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142/1-5 Saengchuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand
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Desperate for accommodation suggestions

by Vicki-Maree

We have only just booked a holiday in Thailand and subsequently have left it very late to get accommodation in January. We wanted to spend a few days at Kanchanaburi but are unsure where we should stay (let alone whether it would be available). We wanted to be in the city as we read it can be difficult getting transport to the attractions and we were hoping for something with a pool. Any suggestion would be very much appreciated.

Re: Desperate for accommodation suggestions

by GenuinelyCurious

Try Sawadee.com or ratestogo.com. They typically have very good deals and a lot of choices.

Re: Desperate for accommodation suggestions

by rdxmot

Can't help you about procuring an accomodation with a pool... but if a floating house on river appeals you, I have a recommendation.
I was there early this year and I stayed at V.N. Guesthouse. Decent enough, very cheap and a new experience for me!!! If it sounds good to you, you can write to them at -
vnguesthouse@hotmail.com
Tel No.: +6634514082

Re: Desperate for accommodation suggestions

by Vicki-Maree

Thank you all for your help, things are sounding more promising.

Re: Desperate for accommodation suggestions

by Mikebb

Hi We went on a day tour to Kanchanaburi Feb'06 and had a fantastic day,make certain you make the trip, rafting, elephant treking, train ride along the old track, lunch, Bridge over River Kwai, War Cemetery and Museum. I wished we had stayed overnight.
You can book these tours when in Bangkok, they go daily. We do not book from the hotel tour desk, we go outside hotel to a money changer/ travel agent usually within 100 metres of the hotel, the tours are much cheaper.

January is a good month as the weather is less humid. You are welcome to view my Kanchanaburi pages to see what we did on our day tour.

Recommend you look through VT bangkok and Kanchanaburi for tips on accommodation. I always then check with Tripadvisor www.tripadvisor.com this site has great reviews from travellers with photos.

Send me an email should you have any questions.

Good Luck,
Mike

Re: Desperate for accommodation suggestions

by Mikebb

Hi

Nice Samoyed , used to have one many years ago. Nelson Bay is a very nice area, we visited the Port Stephens district several years ago.
Mike

Re: Desperate for accommodation suggestions

by kanchman

Hi . you will have no problem finding guest house accommodation in Kanchanaburi upon arrival. There are many places to stay. I would recommend VN Guest House. It doesn't have a pool but you are right on the river.All the guest houses will be able to arrange day trips for you at very short notice(within the hour). The River Khwai hotel is on the main street in town and it has a pool, but I wouldn't recommend it .Most of the guest houses are on Mae Nam Khwae Rd along with many restaurants, bars and travel agents, you can find accommodation for as little as 500Baht a night with air con.If you come by bus you can take a bicycle taxi (Samlor) to any guest house for just 50 baht from the station.If you are arriving at the weekend I would suggest arriving early in the day for VN. There is also the Felix Resort which is a five star resort within sight of the bridge and it has two pools but will set you back 2,200Baht a night as it is peak season. Tamarind Guest house is also very clean but basic with air con is 550 Baht a night. Enjoy your trip.

Travel Tips for Kanchanaburi

Chinese Cemetary

by herzog63

Kanchaburi is full of cemetaries! It is one of the few places in Thailand that you see cemetaries as Thais, I believe use the cremation method. And the urns are placed in Temples So they don't have big plots of ground honoring the dead.

National Parks - Kanchanaburi

by astro_kerryn

Kanchanaburi contains four major national parks, namely the Sai Yok, Erawan, Chaloem Rattanakosin and Srinagarindra national parks, which can be enjoyed year-round by botanists, ornithologists, and nature lovers alike. Each park offers bungalow accommodation, complemented by rafts and-or camp sites with cold-water and simple toilet facilities. Trekking along either well-defined waterfall trails, or nature trails, to visit cascades, caves, or to appreciate local flora and fauna, is a popular activity at each of the national parks. Three of Kanchanaburi’s most picturesque waterfalls are contained within the Sai Yok, Erawan and Srinagrindra national parks.

Note: Admission to the national park is 200 baht per person. Visitors intending to make overnight stays in the national park should make reservations through the Royal Forestry Department in Bangkok (Tel: 0-2579-5734, 0-2579-7223)

Train Ride

by CandS

We took a train ride along the River Kwai to Kanchanaburi... We didn't go on the Hellfire Pass section (that's not possible) but the part we did go on was part of the Death Railway. We saw some beautiful scenery along the way...

Kanchanaburi War Cemetary

by yeikloen

There are 3 of such cemetarary in Kanchanaburi to remember the lost soldiers in WWII. This is the famous cemetary located in the city along Saeng Chuto road or located directly opposite the Train Station.

A trip to Kanchanaburi and...

by MJL

TIP: If you will take part in a group trip to River Kwai you will usually start a train journey just before the bridge in Kanchanaburi. If the train will come to the first track, everybody is waiting there. Go to the middle platform and when local people and tourists are coming out of left hand side doors (looking towards an engine). Go to the right hand side doors of the train. Now you will get the best seats before others will get in. Absolutely the best seats are those which are left hand side a face towards the engine. Look at the picture. I hope you all will understand this explanation.

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