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The Float House River Kwai Resort, Kanchanaburi, Thailand

August 15, 2016 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , , ,

This luxury floating resort decorated in stylish Thai folk design and teak is located in a peaceful location reached only by long tail boat.

The Float House - River Kwai Resort - Kanchanaburi - Thailand

The Float House - River Kwai Resort - Kanchanaburi - Thailand

This new accommodation is a luxury floating resort that can impress guests with its stylish decoration and peaceful location surrounded by jungle greenery. Reached only by boat, hotel guests can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view and wildlife along the peaceful flow of the Kwai Noi River.

The Float House - River Kwai Resort - Kanchanaburi - Thailand

The Float House - River Kwai Resort - Kanchanaburi - Thailand

Inspected by Ms. Rungnapa Phusanthad from Contract and Database Assistance, the decorations are Thai folk style with furniture made of teakwood and bamboo. Each guestroom has a private terrace with a swing and a sun deck for relaxing.

The Float House - River Kwai Resort - Kanchanaburi - Thailand

The Float House - River Kwai Resort - Kanchanaburi - Thailand

Activities available include bamboo rafting, a long tail boat trip and Mon cultural dance performances in addition to the many attractions in Kanchanaburi and environs. The resort has a restaurant serving international food and a bar on an open-air wooden deck.

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