The country house where you will be able stay in the fresh air. It is very closed to the rice field and irrigation canal. The house is not far from the Buddhist temples. The local fresh market have been arranged every Wednesday. Traveling in each area you can use motorbike taxi from the local nice driver.
Its 1.30 hrs from Bangkok via public Transportation. Also take a local bus to the city only 20 min which amaze you a King palace 400 years ago. Touching style of activity with local culture, traditional and environmental. Enjoy to explore old Thai temple,cycling to the field and make Thai food and many more. Let me design!
Hi guys!! My name is Phantipa. I am a teacher. My home made from wood. It ok for 2 people. Feel free to invite me for a drink or dinner, and I shall take you to a GREAT local restaurant on your request!! Also I am happy to be your tour guide in my spare time :-) Look forward to seeing you. Cheers, Phantipa P.
Not so many time that you have a truly perfect get away where you find yourself wake up with the view of rice field and local farmers! Baan Nai Suan Resort & Cafe are a family own small yet boutique place located in Chan Sen, Nakornsawan Province. We serve guests with genuine hospitality. Five colorful houses with nice view and decoration are only 5 mins from Chan Sen train station and 7 mins away from Chan Sen temple where you can find truly local lifestyle and great Thai-Chinese shrine.
We are looking to initiate “cultural exchange” situations. Guests can study the Thai cultures, lifestyles, traditions, while staying and involving themselves with the daily life of villagers. Just outside the Singburi region (Central Thailand). Sing Buri is 142 km north of Bangkok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. It was established in the year 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns including Sing Buri, In Buri, and Phrom Buri. The province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometers. Singburi has many beautiful temples for visit: Wat Phra Non Chakkrasi Worawihan is a royal temple in the third class. Inside the Wihan (image hall), a large reclining Buddha image is enshrined. Furthermore, there are two other Buddha images: Phra Kan and Phra Kaeo. They were built in the reign of King Rama V to be the principal image at a ceremony for civil servants to swear an oath of allegiance to the king.