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Hintock Tented Camp

Hintock Tented Camp, Kanchanaburi & The River Kwai, Thailand

Hintok River Camp at Hellfire Pass is set along the Kwai River in Kanchanaburi province, offering a unique experience close to nature yet in comfort. Located about 80 kilometres north of Kanchanaburi and about three kilometres from the Hellfire Pass Memorial, the camp consists of 20 safari-style tents, each built on a wooden platform and furnished with comfortable twin or king-size beds, mini bar, air-conditioner as well as standing fan and mosquito nets. Each tent has an adjacent open-air bathroom with hot and cold shower, toilet and wash-basin. Meals are served at the open-air restaurant area which has lovely views over the river. The camp also offers traditional foot and Thai massage. They don't have a spa yet, but they offer traditional Thai massage and foot massage. There is a also a small exhibition hall about the history of the area.

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