Road Trip to Kanchanaburi with Amazing Thailand | Food Travel Vlog 2

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Read the full post here: http://migrationology.com/2014/08/volkswagen-road-trip-kanchanaburi-amazing-thailand/

I was invited on a short Volkswagen road trip to the Kanchanaburi province of Thailand, by Amazing Thailand (the official Tourism Authority of Thailand), and I was happy to be a part of it.

We set off from Bangkok, and drove to Kanchanaburi town first. From there we stopped off at the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery for a quick visit before heading over to the famous Bridge Over River Kwai (สะพานข้ามแม่น้ำแคว).

Along the river, just down the road from the bridge we ate lunch at Keeree Tara Restaurant (ร้าน คีรีธารา). There was a set meal already placed at our tables, and the food was overall quite good.

After lunch we set off on the road again, Ying and I were in a private VW van (pretty cool), and drove over to Tham Kra Sae (ถ้ำกระแซ), which is a scenic section of the railroad, and a cave.

We kept on driving until we arrived at Thong Pha Phum (ทองผาภูมิ) and we arrived at our hotel for the evening, which was Phu Iyara Resert (ภูไอยรา รีสอร์ท). The hotel was basic but alright.

Dinner was good, but unfortunately the light was so poor, I couldn’t get any good video.

The next morning we woke up early and headed to the morning market. The views were beautiful and the market was very pleasant.

After walking around the market, we then headed over to Wat Thakanun (วัดท่าขนุน), a temple situated on the side of the mountain. It was nice and quiet.

After the market and temple we headed back to the hotel and ate a simple breakfast of khao tom – rice soup.

Then we headed to the river to do some kayaking, which turned into quite an adventure, but it was a lot of fun!

Read the full post here: http://migrationology.com/2014/08/volkswagen-road-trip-kanchanaburi-amazing-thailand/

Thank you to Tourism Thailand for inviting me on this trip.

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