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    Area recommended for:
  • culture
  • sightseeing
  • romance
    Customer comments:
  • "Activities available", "Nice surroundings", "Quiet"
    Top nearby attractions:
  • River Kwai Golf Course (1.9 Km / 23 min walk)
  • Sai Yok Waterfall (6.9 Km)

Note: Distances are measured as a straight line.

Pung-waan Resort

123/3 Tumbol Thasao Ampur Saiyoke, Sai Yok, Sai Yok (Kanchanaburi), Thailand 71150

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Features of Pung-waan Resort

Hotel Facilities

  • 24-hour front desk
  • bar
  • bicycle rental
  • concierge
  • laundry service
  • meeting facilities
  • poolside bar
  • restaurant
  • room service
  • shops
  • smoking area
  • tours

Sports and Recreation

  • children's playground
  • garden
  • horse riding
  • massage
  • outdoor pool
  • pool (kids)
  • table tennis


  • Wi-Fi in public areas


  • car park

Languages Spoken

  • English

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Resort description
This stunning resort on the bank of the Kwai Noi River gets you as close to nature as can be. Ideal...see more This stunning resort on the bank of the Kwai Noi River gets you as close to nature as can be. Ideal for nature lovers and adrenaline junkies, the Pung-waan Resort offers guests a perfect location for an adventure-filled vacation. Take your pick from elephant trekking, river rafting, kayaking, or rock climbing. For the less adventurous, take a swim in the resort’s own swimming pool or enjoy a quiet ride on the resort’s rented bicycles. All rooms are beautifully decorated with stunning views of the river or the garden. For large groups or families, the resort offers floating houses which sit right on the river and can accommodate up to six persons. To make your reservation at Pung-waan Resort, just enter your travel dates on our secure online booking form and submit.
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Luksawee P. Couples
Thailand, February 10, 2016
Good environment

breakfast, view, and safety
My mom and I booked this hotel one night. It was great experience. Staffs were friendly and helpful.
chanipha T. Couples
Thailand, December 09, 2015
Love the food here

Great food , clean and nice view
Witoon S. Couples
Thailand, December 08, 2015
Huge resort. They have many activity.

Huge resort, many activity, nice river and mountain view
The resort quite huge. They have a lot activity. But you can pay less for activity if you go outside ;) Good food at river side plus mountain view. Inside the cottage have big bathroom. They have bathtub for inside roof. You can shower out roof also. But be aware for peep show Opp! For the service mind is good. The room a bit old. The bed's not soft. It's make me hard to sleep at night.
Nat M. Groups
Thailand, October 21, 2015
Good and quiet location

Near river quiet and nice room.
Comfort and peaceful
Melchor D. Couples
Australia, September 07, 2015
Nice bungalows and amenities.

Location, good amenities and convenient room
The resort was convenient for visiting erawan falls and away from city noise. Good location for honeymooners. The area secluded and far away from restaurants and stores. Car is a must when staying at the resort
Waleewan C. Families with older children
Thailand, August 23, 2015
Room a bit old but good surrounding

Location view food
Andrew J. Solo travelers
United Kingdom, August 25, 2015
Good value secluded riiverside resort

gardens, pool, quiet
This place is not to everyone's liking but it's for you if you appreciate a calm, quiet, fairly isolated location with extensive and attractive grounds along the river and a very large swimming pool. The staff are freindly and helpful but are not fluent English speakers, it's not that sotrt of place.
suwat C. Groups
Thailand, June 22, 2015
big resort

big room but very old
i stayed at river villa and my room is 1st floor. bed room and toilet was clean but everything such as table , desk , TV , shower were very old. there are some broken at wall and color painting peel off from the wall.
Nattabhon P. Groups
Thailand, June 06, 2015
A nice one-night sneak out

The secluded location, the vast swimming pool, the river
Too bad I arrived quite late with a heavy rain and then it got dark. I only used the pool but there are many more promising activities that i would love to give a try. May be next time. Oh, the breakfast was a bit disappointing. It's ok as a matter of fact but I hope it would be better. Salad looked miserable with those withered veggie and they are the cheap types - too cheap for a 3-star hotel. I would also love some Milo in addition to coffee and tea.
Ross M. Solo travelers
Australia, May 01, 2015
Long way from anywhere

The Pung-waan is remote, and I'm not sure how it attracts guests. Proximity to Hellfire Pass was my excuse because I needed to be at HFP at 2.00 the following morning for the dawn service. PW is a huge place, but first impressions weren't good, an unsealed dusty car park, and overgrown gardens didn't present well. My room wasn't riverfront. The room was just OK, but large, bathroom barely adequate, and the 'on the wall' instant hot water system took some figuring out until I realized that the water into it had been turned off at a stop cock. The people in the room next door didn't get that, so had cold showers. Room cleanliness was adequate, the bed comfortable and large. There was a thunderstorm during the night, and when the rain stopped, the frogs started, making sleep impossible. It's difficult to describe the noise, but I suppose disco level would approximate it, and I recorded the noise on my camera because I was sure friends wouldn't believe me. I suppose that's country Thailand though, and frogs are part of the environment?? I had to leave at 1.30 am for the ride to Hellfire Pass, so had almost no sleep as a consequence of the frogs' noise. I went alone to the restaurant for dinner, and the top level was well patronized, but not full, and I was told I'd have to wait for a table. I found it curious that there were 28 tables on the lower level unoccupied. The waiter offered the excuse that if I was given a table on the lower level everybody would want to go down there. Why anybody would want to move with their meals is quite beyond me, but that's what he said. I guess having to walk up and down stairs to serve meals didn't appeal?? Based on my experience, I wouldn't be prepared to recommend the Pung-waan.

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