|Elegant in its distinctive style. The Float House River Kwai will
be the next world’s best floating resort. The resort actually floats
on a fast-flowing river surrounded by thick green jungle. Each luxurious
and spacious floating room is totally in private and rich in
tailored-made wooden furniture with thatched roof. The design is delightfully
impressive with exotic decorations with ropes. Guests can enjoy panoramic
amazing scenery from the swing in the private pier.
Developed with the eco-conscious traveler in mind, The Float House River Kwai is built from local materials - with thickly-layered thatched roofs and staffed mainly by the local community of Mon - an ethnic minority who have migrated across the border from Myanmar. The destination hence is rich in nature, history and culture.
|20 elegant boutique floating villas (45 SQM plus another
22 SQM for private balcony and pier : Total 67 SQM.) are tastefully
decorated in Thai folk style design with teakwood furniture enhancing
the comfort and harmony with nature. Each villa features private balcony
and pier where you can relax and be impressed by the beautiful ambience.
All rooms are connected with spacious common space.
International cuisine specialized in Thai and European cuisine. A la carte and buffet style.
Open 07:00 - 21:00 hrs.
Moon Lounge & Bar
Open-air wooden deck. It is a perfect place to relax and unwind.
Open 19:00 - 23:00 hrs.
|The Lagoon swimming pool (available in 2012) Floating
pool with beautiful wooden deck and lush green scenery surroundings.
Open 06:30 - 23:00 hrs.
|Mon Theater Enjoying the live orchestra of authentic
traditional Mon Dance nightly after dinner
Open 20:00 - 21:00 hrs.
|The Float House River Kwai floats right on the stunning scenic area
of River Kwai amidst lush tropical forest and lofty mountains in Saiyoke
district, Kanchanaburi province, Thailand. The Float House River Kwai
contrasts the extreme wilderness on its back door with the extraordinary
luxury of its interior and River Kwai flowing underneath. This luxury
floating resort is indeed a sanctuary and only accessible by boat.