Unique floating hotel River Kwai Jungle Rafts founded in 1976 on the River Kwai, Thailand. The hotel is located deep in the forest, near the magnificent mountain range near the town of Kanchanaburi, and at night strikingly beautiful, illuminated with lights hundreds of candles. Rafts, on which there are houses the hotel, not connected to electricity, that has not stopped River Kwai Jungle Rafts in 2009 to enter the top ten holiday destinations in the Asia-Pacific region. Each of the 112 rooms and exotic three star hotel and a homely, but the situation is favorable for a relaxing holiday. Instead of electricity the hotel is illuminated kerosene lamps to maintain the authenticity and purity of nature. Light from wick at night creates a romantic atmosphere. Facilities.
Floating hotel, depending on the category, equipped with double or twin beds. The size of each raft is about 28 square meters, including wooden terrace. Each room is furnished with wooden furniture, wicker and bamboo walls reflect the traditional way of Thai provincial life. In cabins have shower and toilet, on the terrace are the bed and hammock for sunbathing. Each room is (included): bottled water, mosquito nets, clothes rack, wardrobe, makeup kit, hand fan, a kerosene lamp, torch, toiletries. Food. Floating the restaurant is equipped with wooden furniture and at night illuminated by the lights of hundreds of lamps that, along with the quiet whisper of the river creates a peaceful romantic atmosphere. The menu is dominated by dishes of traditional Thai and Western cuisine.
Hours: Breakfast – 07:00 am to 9:00 am, Lunch – 11:00 to 1:00 pm, Dinner – 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Floating Bar Jungle wide range of drinks, including cocktails, beer, wine and soft drinks. Hours from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. Nearby attractions. Bridge on the River Kwai (Death Railway Bridge), built during the Second World War for the needs of the Japanese army handed thousands of prisoners of war; Kanchanaburi War Cemetery where buried Prisoners of war who died during construction of the Bridge of Death ". Memorial Hellfire Pass – part of building the railway road leading to the "bridge of death". Waterfalls Erawan – one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand, consisting of seven levels. Cave Lawa – the largest cave in the province of Kanchanaburi, famous for its stalactites and inhabiting it the world's smallest bat Kitty. Other attractions: Sai Yok – National Park; Sai Yok Noi – Waterfalls; Prasat Muan Singh – Historical Park; Somdet Phra Sri Nakharin – National Park; Don Chedi – archaeological sites. Additional amenities: walk to the elephants, spa, massage, rafting, boating on the River Kwai to the Falls Erawan; Seen reserve the Tiger Temple.