Enjoy nature and history at the Pavilion Rim Kwai resort, with its beautifully landscaped gardens on the banks of the River Kwai Valley.
Halfway between Kanchanaburi Town and the Erawan Waterfall; one of Thailand’s most beautiful National Parks, the resort is just over 2 hours drive from Bangkok and minutes from Kanchanaburi Town. The resort lies right on River Kwai itself and is in close proximity to the famous Bridge on the River Kwai.
194 rooms are nestled amongst lush greenery. The rooms are elegantly decorated and appointed with all modern facilities. Each has a private balcony with breathtaking views of the mountains and the river. Pavilion Rim Kwai resort is comprised of 2 wings, these wings share 2 large free form swimming pools with islands and a cascading waterfall to keep your activities more enjoyable.
All rooms at Pavilion Rim Kwai come with air-conditioning with individual control, colour television with satellite channels, fully stocked mini-bar, private balcony or terrace, spacious bathroom with separate bathtub and shower room, telephone, room service, laundry and dry cleaning
Our spacious superior room measures 50 SQM. and all feature a balcony overlooking beautiful greens and landscape. All our rooms have en-suite bathrooms and either one double bed or twin beds.
The Executive suites provide you the comfort of a larger lodging space, at 65 SQM. and with a living room separate from the bedroom you can feel more relaxed and in your home away from home.
The Pavilion Bungalow is ideal for a larger group or family. With 2 bedrooms and a living room, it will be like staying in your own individual cabin, away from the main building, and amidst our beautifully landscaped garden. The Pavilion Bungalow measure 98 SQM. and gives you the ultimate privacy.
Rabieng-Thong Restaurant – With its terrace overlooking the garden and the river, Rabieng-Thong Restaurant is the best venue for a romantic and quiet diner, featuring international and Thai cuisine. This main restaurant also serves breakfast and lunch. Both indoor and outdoor areas are available.
Thahn-Ngern Restaurant – Specially designed for large private parties – with up to 100 seats – this air-conditioned restaurant offers a magnificent view over the waterfall and the pond. Thahn-Ngern Restaurant accepts special requests for group dining.
Pavilion Pub/ Karaoke Lounge – The ideal place to gather with your friends and enjoy refreshing drinks, exotic cocktails and light snacks in a casual, laid back atmosphere.
Pool Side Pavilion – Refresh yourself with a cool drink while relaxing by the pool. An ideal place to unwind.
|2 free form swimming pools||Fitness room||Snooker room||Thai massage|
|Bike rental||Gift/souvenir shop||Car/van/bus rental||Golf course booking|
|Karaoke||Canoeing (on request)||excursion/ tour arrangement||Car park|
|Laundry & Dry Cleaning||Newsstand||Facsimile and Oversea call services|
The famous bridge which was built during World War II by POWs is Kanchanburi's most famous sight, it is visited by thousands of tourists each month and is still being used for rail purposes to this day.
Also known as the Death Railway, the ride from Kanchanaburi to Nam Tok is one of Thailand’s most scenic and most popular train rides. Though the views are lovely, it’s the history that makes the ride so special, so it’s worth visiting the Thailand–Burma Railway Centre in Kanchanaburi before making the trip.
The Hellfire Pass is a 500 m-long portion of rock that 1,000 prisoners of war dug out (by hand) to pave the way for the Death Railway. Hundreds died during the 12-week digging period. Today, it's possible to walk the old railway track into the jungle (which takes 4-5 hours), and visit a memorial museum honoring those who died.
One of Thailand's most famous waterfalls is split into seven levels and offers a nice half day or full day trek to visitors of this region.
Sai Yok National Park has waterfalls, limestone caves, hot springs and accommodation. Tour organisers in Kanchanaburi can arrange day outings to these parks on various expeditions: river kayaking, elephant trekking, waterfall spotting and bamboo rafting.
Elephant's World provides visitors an opportunity to do that in an ethical way. The elephants here are rescues that have suffered from years of labor and abuse. Rather than riding elephants or watching them perform shows, visitors spend the day in the service of the animals - preparing food for them and bathing them in the river.
A sacred Anam-Nigaya Buddhist temple located near ontop of a hill in Ta Muang District. The temple is best known for its Chinese-influenced architecture which sees from its chedi, ordination hall and the surrounding buildings. The terrace on the top platform alos gets you a panoramic view of this small town.
These ancient ruins were once an outpost built against the Burmese. Here you'll find a preserved shrine and tower gates, and ancient inscriptions in the courtyard. There is also a museum on the premises where visitors can view artifacts and relics already been discovered at the site.
At Pavilion Rim Kwai we have several meeting rooms to meet your business needs. Whether your group is large or small, we can arrange our meeting and seminar rooms in various set-ups to best accommodate your preference.
|Bo-Ploy Room||Ground Floor||143 SQM.|
|VIP 1 Room||Ground Floor||63 SQM.|
|VIP 2 Room||Ground Floor||39 SQM.|
|Sound Reinforcement System||Video Projector||Display Boards||Tape Recorder|
|Overhead Projector||Wireless microphone||Laser Pointer||Video Player|
|Screen / White Board||29 inch Color Television||Conference microphone||Slide Projector|
79/2 Moo4, Km.9 Ladya-Erawan Road, T.Wangdong,
A.Muang, Kanchanaburi 71190 Thailand
Tel: +66(0) 3451-3800
Fax: +66(0) 3458-4105
[For contact details of our Bangkok Corporate Office, click here]
From Kanchanaburi town, drive west towards Erawan waterfall on route 3199 (Ladya-Boploy becomes Ladya-Erawan),
after about 20 minutes you will pass Nichiko Golf Club, our entrance is immediately after that.