Enjoy a breath-taking ride on a traditional long-tailed boat. It is a main approach that local people commute along this river. Riding on the boat along the historical River KwaiNoi brings you the utmost relaxation. You will have the best opportunity to witness the stunning fertile nature along the Kwai River.
Private Boat Rental for sightseeing is 1,200 baht / boat / hour (max. 10 passengers per boat)
Canoe is also one of our guest’s most favourite adventures on River Kwai. You will be paddling downstream and enjoy lush tropical forest on both sides. If you want to challenge yourself, you may try paddling upstream against the current! It gives you a good exercise and loads of fun. Our boats feature a flat bottom making it more stable. Therefore, it is very safe and worry-free for kids.
Depart from River Kwai Jungle Rafts (our sister resort) paddling downstream to River Kwai RESOTEL resort. The journey takes around 40 mins depending on your speed.
Price: 1,000 baht per canoe (max. 2 persons / canoe)
DEATH RAILWAY: THE HISTORIC EVENT OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR.
Since the Japanese was urgent to finish the railroad tract construction within limited frame time, a great number of labors as many as 13,000 people from Malaya, India, Java, Burma, and Thailand were recruited to the first phase of construction, pre-paring cement and rock for pavement.
SIR WAERY DUNLOP PEACE PARKS: THAILAND BURMA RAILWAY MEMORIAL
The notorious Burma-Thailand Railway which was constructed using the forced labour of thousands of Allied Prison-ers of War and captive Asian labourers during World War II, is dotted with stories of atrocious conditions and agonizing death. But there are also truly amazing stories of heroism, survival and mateship under the most arduous of conditions. One of these stories of enduring friendship actually began many years after the end of the war.
To commemorate their remarkable bond, KhunKanit then dedicated 15 acres of his resort as the Weary Dunlop Park, which now stands as a private memorial to the man KhunKanit continues to describe as a dear friend, an inspirational human being, and a testament to the art of survival under harsh and brutal conditions. The park also contains a wide range of private collections and displays which are a valuable source of information on the history of the Burma-Thailand Railway.
JACK CHALKER’S GALLERY
65 years have passed since a brilliant young art student set sail from Liverpool to fight Japanese aggression in the Far East. Captured on arrival in the chaotic fall of Singapore, JACK CHALKER joined the 60,00o allied prisoners driven to the limits of human endurance in the slave labour camps of the infamous Burma Railway. ” A sleeper laid for every life lost ” ran the legend, and the author’s brushes and paints, improvised with genius from the unlikeliest of sources, record not only the misery, squalor, savagery, heroism and fortitude of the prison camps, but also the horrific reality of disease, wounds and the ravages of starvation. This collection, having been donated to MrKanitWanachote by the artist, is now on permanent display in this Jack Chalker Gallery.
In later life Chalker described the conditions on the railway as “singularly horrific”. Torture, malnutrition, illness and execution were daily perils. “If you weren’t working hard enough they would make you stand and hold a stone above your head,”recalled Chalker. “You picked it up, which was better than collapsing because then they kicked you all over the place.”
Treetop Adventure Park
Must visit. Treetop Adventure Park offers extensive zipline adventure over beautiful trees and with breathtaking views. From one platform to another…from tree to tree…balance yourself through an assortment of games such as rope bridges, tarzan swings, flying skateboards, tight rope walk, and giant zip lines. No matter how old you are, you will enjoy hours of fun and ex-citement! Like Tarzan deep in the jungle they can slide down flying foxes, move from tree to tree on suspension bridges and jump from liana up to 25m above the ground. These eco-friendly adventure activities are great for the body and mind, and gentle on the environment. Suitable for all ages.
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Thailand’s mineral hotspring from its natural source to every hotspring pools in our resort. All resort guests can sense the spa-cious shared hotspring pools amongst the sound of abundant nature (Open 5 pm.-10 pm.).
Well-appointed swimming pool near River Kwai. Let you swim in a relaxing and beautiful environment. Hearing the peaceful sounds of nature while immersing yourself for a refreshing day.
OPEN-AIR HOTSPRING FOOTBATH
Our open-air hotspring footbath is available for free for hotel guests. It is located against a backdrop of the magnificent scenery around the lake at Home Phutoey River Kwai. Hot spring foot bath opens all day long. During 7.00– 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 – 9.00 p.m., you will get the warmest temperature.
Here you can just lie down around the swimming pool area or at the pier. Sun bathing in the tropical jungle is also ideal to your relaxation because a high level of air moist protects your skin from severe sunburn.
Home Phutoey River Kwai has its own ‘real’waterfalls on site and we call it ‘Kanya’. Kanya is a month of September in Thai.
September is the rainy month when the flow of the waterfalls is immerse and most beautiful. It is located only few minutes walk from our hotel reception. It is a stop when you hike around the resort. The resort map is available at the reception.
NATURE WALKING TRAIL
Taking a relaxing walk / hiking in the jungle. Map is available at the reception.
Owing to the abundance of the forest and also next to national park reserve, there are numerous birds such as Hornbills, Kingfishers and egrets etc. living around the lake.
TRADITIONAL THAI MASSAGE
Our masseurs and masseuses are professionally trained by instructors from Ayuravej College, the experienced institute of traditional massage. The massage will be provided in shared or private massage rooms within the resort.