Bang Rachan, Sing Buri, Thailand Accommodations

Accommodations in Bang Rachan

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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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บ้านที่คุณสามารถพักผ่อนได้อย่างเต็มที่ พร้อมอาหารที่คุณสามารถเลือกที่จะกิน ร่วมกันกับเราหรือจะลงมือทำเองก็ได้ เรามีเครื่องครัวไว้บริการและเครื่องปรุง คุณจะสนุกกับการเข้าครัว
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ห้องพักส่วนตัว บรรยากาศเป็นกันเอง ผู้คนเป็นมิตร บรรยากาศดี ร้านอาหารอร่อย สบายๆ
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The SpaceWe 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. Guest AccessPool, Upstairs Patio and all outside grounds Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as the guest requests subject to availability. Getting AroundVIP and public buses are about 3 KM. We have bicycles and rental scooters available.
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The SpaceTharnrarin Villa, newly vacation resort which is private and peaceful atmosphere near The Tha-Chin River. You will feel comfortable and enjoy your stay like home. Tharnrarin Villa located at 5 Moo 10, Tambon Nang Buat, Amphoe Doem Bang Nang Buat, Suphan Buri, Thailand. It take only 2 hours driving from Bangkok and close by Sam Chuk 100-year Market and Bung Chawak only 10 Kilometers. We serve 1 Deluxe Riverview room for 2 persons with reasonable price per night (price is included breakfast) Deluxe Riverview room : - 45 square meters - King sized bed - Living area with sofa - LCD TV - Air Conditioning - Bathroom with Hot-Cold Shower - Refrigerator - Minibar - Wi-Fi internet - Microwave Remark : Extra bed is available, maximum 2 persons, extra charge will be applied. Besides, customers can also enjoy a lot of activities at the resort, such as fishing, Kayaking, cycling, Love parrot feeding, and sight-seeing at resort garden. Besides the nice atmosphere and small fruit garden in the resort, customer can enjoy sight-seeing or riding the bicycle around the neighbor area where you can see the beautiful rice field. Also if the customer want to buy food or any stuff, in our neighborhood you can find local market and small Thai style convenience stores. Guest AccessTharnrarin Villa provided facilities in the rooms such as LCD TV, Cable TV, Wi-Fi Internet, Air Conditioning, Bathroom with Hot-Cold shower, Refrigerator, Minibar, Kettle, Coffee-Tea, Besides, serving breakfast,we also serve simple lunch & dinner as customer request. Customer can relax with hamock or sunbeds near the river or enjoying tea or coffee time at the pavilon. Interaction with GuestsWe provide many chanels to communicate with the customers through calling to our resort Phone number, e-mail and (website hidden). Mobile: (phone number hidden) Email : (email hidden) Line : Tharnrarin Villa The Neighborhoodนอกจาก บรรยากาศร่มรื่นเป็นธรรมชาติ มุมพักผ่อนริมน้ำ สวนผลไม้เล็กๆ ภายในรีสอร์ทแล้ว ภายนอกรีสอร์ท ลูกค้าสามารถขี่จักรยานพักผ่อนชมธรรมชาติทุ่งนาเขียวขจีรอบๆรีสอร์ท และในระแวกใกล้เคียง ยังมีตลาดสด ร้านขายของชำขนาดเล็ก และร้านอาหารตามสั่ง ไว้คอยบริการลูกค้า
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The SpaceYou can rent our car, 2010 Toyota yarus, for 400 baht per day,( about $13 American dollars) and our motorbike for 120 baht per day, (about $4 American dollars per day.) A really nice place to stay in a charming and tranquil location. You couldn't ask for a better place to stay to soak up some true Thai hospitality and see an untouched part of the country, away from the tourist crowds. The food is great and really inexpensive. You can eat a big bowl of delicious Thai soup for 25 bath! That is less than $1 for a full meal. A real taste of Thailand! There are daily and weekly Thai markets where you can walk, buy local thai food and supplies and many colorful and historic temples. If you want to really enrich your Thai travels and have a brilliant experience I would highly recommend a stay here. Its just a couple of hours away from Bangkok, it is really easy to get to, yet feels completely worlds apart from the frenetic pace of city life and the full on party scene of the islands. A great place to relax and see a different side of Thailand. You will have an amazing experience. Sing Buri is one of the central provinces of Thailand.The area of Sing Buri held an important position in early Thai history from the Dvaravati period down to the Ayutthaya period. This area was unified by King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) in 1895. Sights[edit] The Provincial Court and City Hall of Sing Buri: These are one-storey European-style brick buildings. Apart from their beauty, the buildings are of great architectural value. The Fine Arts Department registered the buildings as national historical monuments. Wat Sawang Arom: This temple is a centre of arts education regarding the construction of ubosoth (ordination halls), viharn (image halls), sala (open air pavilions) and particularly regarding the sculpture of Buddha images. Within the temple compound, the Nang Yai Museum has collected more than 300 perfect and playable "Nang Yai", great shadow puppets. Wat Phra Non Chakkrasi Worawihan : A royal temple of the third class. Inside the viharn (image hall), a large reclining Buddha image is enshrined. Furthermore, there are two other Buddha images: Phra Kan and Phra Kaeo. They were built during the reign of King Rama V to be the principal images at a ceremony for civil servants where they would swear an oath of allegiance to the king. Wat Na Phrathat: The main item of this temple is the Phra Prang, a corn-shaped pagoda. The pagoda has figures of demons holding batons and garudas over the relic chamber. The Fine Arts Department registered the temple as a historical monument. Wat Prachotikaram: Two large Sukhothai-styled images of Buddha, in the posture of persuading relatives not to quarrel, are enshrined here. The Buddha images of Luangpho Sap and Luangpho Sin have beautiful features and are worshipped by the general public. Wat Kradangnga Buppharam : The ubosoth (ordination hall) here is a beautiful and unique example of the modern style. An ancient bell-shaped Chedi (pagoda) is like that of the early Ayutthaya period. This is considered the most complete pagoda among those of the same era and was registered as a national historical monument. Wat Kudi Thong There is the Mondop (square building) resembling the twelve-indented corner pagoda, built in 1900 by Luangpho Panya Uttamaphichai the abbot. At the top of the mondop, the Lord Buddha’s relics are enshrined. Inside, the Lord Buddha’s metal footprint is worshipped. Burmese Mounds and Camp: This ancient community features long mounds similar to an L-shape. It was presumed that the mounds were built in the Ayutthaya period around 1584 when the Burmese army set up a camp at the mouth of the Bang Phutsa River for the gathering troops to strike at the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Nowadays, it is a recreational park for the general public. Wat Amphawan: This temple is located in Tambon Phrom Buri. Phra Ratchasutthiyanmongkhon (Luangpho Charan Thitathammo) is the abbot (81 years old in 2009), who is known for his healing powers. Wat Phra Prang Muni: Next to the pagoda is the viharn (image hall) of Luangpho Yen, the sacred stucco image of Buddha from the Ayutthaya period. Inside the ubosoth (ordination hall), one can see murals by Pheng, a Laotian, which depict stories about hell and heaven and apparently are second to none in beauty. Wat Phikun Thong: Here is found Thailand’s largest Buddha image in the posture of giving a blessing, called "Phra Phutthasuwanmongkhon Mahamuni" or "Luangpho Yai". Wat Champa Thong: The royal boat which was used during HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s cruise along the Noi River is kept here. The name of this paddle boat or Ruea Mat Keng is "Champa Thong Sing Buri". Heroes of Khai Bang Rachan Monument and Khai Bang Rachan Park: It covers an area of around 115 rai and features an arboretum. Sculptures of eleven heroic leaders of Khai Bang Rachan appear magnificently in the garden. Within the Khai Bang Rachan Park lies the Heroes of Khai Bang Rachan Historical Centre which has three exhibition rooms. Wat Pho Kao Ton or Wat Mai Daeng: It was the stronghold of the villagers of Bang Rachan resisting the Burmese troops in 1767. Here one can see the "Phra Achan Thammachot Viharn", a hall with four porches. Phra Achan Thammachot was among the important leaders of the Bang Rachan villagers. Next to the temple one finds the spiritual shrine of the heroes of Khai Bang Rachan. Wat Phra Prang (Channasut): This temple features a Phra Prang (corn-shaped pagoda) in the early Ayutthaya style of art (15th to 16th century). At the back, there is an ancient viharn (image hall), also in the Ayutthaya style, with a lion-figured wood-carved gable and eave brackets. Maenam Noi Kiln Site: It was the largest site for pottery production in the Ayutthaya period (1371 to 1767). The kilns here were crossdraft kilns made of brick. Apart from being a cultural heritage site, this archaeological site is also one of the study centres on ceramics in the world. Mae La Maha Rachanuson Park: It is getting more difficult to find Pla Chon Mae La or striped snakehead fish which is a famous foodstuff and souvenir from Sing Buri province. Therefore, officials have attempted to conserve and help increase the fish by means of dredging the river course and building a park on the bank of the Mae La River. Wat Sutthawat or Wat Mai: The old viharn (image hall) here was built in the Ayutthaya period. Inside, there are murals by master craftsmen, depicting the life of the Lord Buddha and the Chulamani Chedi in heaven where His hair relic was enshrined. Wat Bot: The ubosoth here is the only one which used train tracks as its core base. Interestingly, all doors and window panels of the ordination hall were skilfully carved by Chuen Hatthakoson, a native of Sing Buri. Inside the ordination hall, there is an ancient principal Buddha image which has very beautiful features. In Buri National Museum: This museum houses a collection of decorations of Buddhist monks’ ecclesiastical titles, rank insignia fans, Buddha images of different periods, Thai and Chinese ceramics, and Thai musical instruments. On the ground floor, folk plays, fish traps, a weaving loom and ancient lamps are on display. Mueang Boran Ban Khu Mueang (Ban Khu Mueang Ancient City): It was an ancient community in the Dvaravati period. Many pieces of pottery were excavated here. Other items also found here include coloured beads, earthenware lamps, a greenish stone Dharmacakra (wheel of law), earrings and silver coins. At present, discovered artefacts are kept at the In Buri National Museum. Wat Muang: This temple is a rectangular limestone building with a front portico. The gable is decorated with pieces of pottery. Inside the temple is enshrined the principal Buddha image in the posture of Buddha subduing Mara whilst seated on a lotus on top of a lion-footed pedestal. There are tempera based murals by a local artisan, which were presumed to have been drawn during the reign of King Rama IV ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)). Suan Chomphu Thong Sam Si (Thong Sam Si Rose Apple Orchard) is an Agritourism site located at 10/1 Mu 5, Tambon Thon Samo, Amphoe Tha Chang. Fruit trees grown here are rose apple, lychee, and santol. Local Products[edit] Khanom Pia (Chinese pastry) has been a famous souvenir of Sing Buri since 1936 and is known for its delicious taste and freshness. The Chinese pastry is made in various flavours and fillings. Pla Chon Mae La: Sing Buri is well known for its source of tasty striped snakehead fish. Salapao Mae Saichai: this Guangzhou style of Salopao (Chinese bun) is well known for its soft texture and for being able to be stored for a long period. Kun Chiang and Mu Yong: Chinese pork sausage and flossy pork are long famous as a souvenir for being crispy, less oily and very delicious. Nuea Thup and Mu Thup : Pounded dried beef and pork are very popular. They can be stored for a long period. Mother of Pearl inlay products are made at Ban Paeng opposite Wat Chinda Mani. These skilful work of fine art range from small items such as Talum Muk (footed container with an inward curved mouth), jewellery caskets, betel nut containers and bags to large-scale furniture. Mattress Making: Sing Buri produces quality mattresses filled with new kapok, featuring fine embroidery and with a beautiful design. Basketry: Pieces of basketry are made in different forms and popular as souvenirs. Materials used are rattan, bamboo and water hyacinth. They are woven into various figures such as hens, shrimp, frogs, baskets, food covers, and many more. They are finely crafted with beautiful designs. Krayasat: A kind of crispy rice sweet. It is sweet and at the same time crispy and soft. Culture[edit] Festivals[edit] The Bang Rachan Heroes Memorial Fair is held every February 4 to 6 at the Heroes of Khai Bang Rachan Monument and Khai Bang Rachan Park in Tambon Bang Rachan, Amphoe Khai Bang Rachan. Activities at the fair include ceremonies which pay homage to the image of Phra Achan Thammachot and include the laying a wreath before the Heroes of Khai Bang Rachan Monument. It also features a sound and light show on the courageous acts of the heroes of Khai Bang Rachan, folk plays, various other entertainment and exhibitions of numerous precious things of Sing Buri. Kam Fa Festival: It is a merit-making fair of the people of Thai Phuan in Amphoe Phrom Buri’s Ban Bang Nam Chiao and Muban Phokhaphiwat. It is intended to worship and commemorate the deity who guards the sky and controls the rain to fall seasonally. On the second day of the waxing moon in the third lunar month, which is taken as a preparatory day, villagers will join and make Khao Pun (rice vermicelli), Khao Chi (grilled rice) and Khao Lam (sweet sticky rice) for alms to be offered the next morning. An auspicious ritual performed by Buddhist monks is held in the evening when participating villagers bring sticky rice, eggs and sugar. At night, there is enjoyable entertainment. Late that night, the villagers begin to steam sticky rice and make sweets. On the third day of the waxing moon in the third lunar month which is the Kam Fa Day, the villagers will bring the prepared offerings and food to make merit at the temple. Seven days after the Kam Fa, another half day of the Kam Fa ritual is celebrated and after five more days, food will be offered to the monks. Following this offering, a piece of firewood is brought to float in the river as a ritual to expel the drought. This is done lastly to complete the Kam Fa ceremony. The Ti Khao Bin Festival is an old tradition only observed in the village of Chakkrasi in Amphoe Mueang, Sing Buri, during the Songkran Festival from the 13th until the 15th of April every year. The ceremony is performed by villagers who bring sticky rice or red sticky rice which are steamed and wrapped in banana-leaf cones. The cones of sticky rice will be put on footed trays and offered to Luangpho Phra Non Chakkrasi at Wat Phra Non Chakkrasi. After an appropriate period of time, there will be a ceremony to withdraw the rice. The villagers return to get their trays and take some sticky rice from the cones into a small banana-leaf cup which is then left before the reclining image of Buddha. The rest of the rice, which is considered the rice of Luangpho Phra Non Chakkrasi, will be shared and eaten at the temple by the villagers in groups of 6 to 7 people. The Kuan Khao Thip Festival: Khao Thip or Khao Mathupayat (rice sweets) is usually made in Muban Wat Kudi Thong, Ban Phokhaphiwat and Wat Uttamaphichai in Amphoe Phrom Buri. The exact date of the festival is not fixed but it always is held during the time that young rice grows enough to give a milk-like juice. A ceremonial pavilion is set up and encircled by a holy thread. Virgin girls will bring nine ingredients: bean, sesame, milk, butter, sugar, coconut, honey, sugarcane juice and the milk-like juice squeezed out of young rice, to mix in a giant wok. The ingredients are then heated by a wood fire of Javanese cassia and jujube trees, which must be ignited using the sun. The stirring will be accompanied by Buddhist monks’ chant of victory as well as the sounds of beating gongs and drums. The ritual still follows the traditional practice by having the appearance of a Brahman priest. The virgin girls who participate in the ritual must be the ones who have not yet started their first menstrual period. They are required to wear white and practise the Buddhist eight precepts in order to purify their body and mind before the ceremony. The girls will help make Khao Thip, which takes around six hours to finish. The sweet will be put in a container as an offering to the monks the next morning. The traditional Long-tailed Boat Race is held in September each year on the Chao Phraya River at the embankment in front of the old City Hall. Many famous boats from other provinces join the race to win Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's Cup. This is a challenging and exciting event and the beautifully decorated boats are shown at their best. The Fish Eating Festival and Sing Buri Red Cross Fair is held in late-December each year. The Mae La River in Sing Buri is a natural source teeming with fish. Pla Chon Mae La or Mae La striped snake-head fish is very famous. It can be cooked into various delicious dishes of Sing Buri. Guest AccessGuest will have full access to the entire home. The kitchen, bathroom, shower, 3 bedrooms (1 air conditioned bedroom, 2 bedrooms with fans), the front porch and there is parking in the gated driveway. Very relaxing and very safe. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as the guest desires. The NeighborhoodI love that you can sit out on the front porch in the morning and watch the farmers ride by on their tractors and there is a young girl whom walks by every morning with her cows taking them out to graze and every evening bringing them back to their cow pen. I really enjoy it. It's a slow paced, relaxing, country life. Getting AroundThere is public transportation at the Sing Buri bus terminal, which is about a 20 minute drive to the house. However, keep in mind, it is the country and you need a scooter or a car if you are going to be traveling around locally or sightseeing at any distance. Other Things to NoteWe can speak Thai and English.
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    Tharnrarin Villa is newly, private and beautiful vacation resort at The Tha-Chin Riverside. It located at 5 Moo 10, Tambon Nang Buat, Amphoe Doem Bang Nang Buat, Suphan Buri, Thailand 72120. It take only 2 hours driving from Bangkok and close by Sam Chuk 100-year Market and Bung Chawak only 10 Kilometers. You will enjoy staying and relaxing yourself in nice and peaceful atmosphere nearby the river where you will feel like home. We offer 1 villa ; 3 comfortable rooms with reasonable price (Room includes breakfast). This villa can fit for 10-12 persons. 1. Deluxe Family Room – for 4 persons / night - 32 square meters, King sized bed and Bunk bed . - No extra bed 2. Deluxe Room - for 2 persons / night - 32 square meters, King sized bed - Extra bed is charged 3. Deluxe Garden View Room - for 2 persons / night - 32 square meters, King sized bed - Extra bed is charged Remark : The living area upstair, we provide sofa bed which can fit for 2 persons. And downstair we also provide private kitchen for our customer. Tharnrarin Villa provided facilities in the rooms such as LCD TV, Cable TV, Wi-Fi Internet, Air Conditioning, Bathroom with Hot-Cold shower, Refrigerator, Minibar, Kettle, Coffee-Tea, Customer can relax with hambock or sunbeds near the river or enjoying tea or coffee time at the pavillon. Besides, customers can also enjoy a lot of activities at the resort, such as fishing, Kayaking, cycling, Love parrot feeding, and sight-seeing at resort garden. Besides the nice atmosphere and small fruit garden in the resort, customer can enjoy sight-seeing or riding the bycicle around the neighbor area where you can see the beautiful rice field. Also if the customer want to buy food or any stuff, in our neighborhood you can find local market and small Thai style convenience stores. To reach our resort, you can drive from Bangkok (Bang Khae district) as below direction - Take Hightway 9 (Kanchanapisek road) go straight toward to "Bang Bua Thong" - Slightly Turn left to Highway 340 (Bang Bua Thong-Suphanburi), straight forward all the way to Suphanburi city - You will drive pass Si Prachan intersection. - Then drive pass Samchuk intersection. - Drive around 10 kilometers, you will find Sing Buri junction, keep going straight but slow down and stay left. - Around 200 metres, prepare to turn left at small soi " Thetsaban 1 Soi 11" - Cross Nang Buat Bridge and then turn right - Drive around 400 metres, you will see the resort at your right hand side
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    Situated in Doem Bang Nang Buat, this country house is 1 mi (1.5 km) from Wat Nang Buat and within 12 mi (20 km) of Sam Chuk Old Market and Bueng Chawak Aquarium & Zoo. Khun San Monument and Wat Mahathart Ruins are also within 25 mi (40 km).
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    When you stay at Tharnrarin Villa Suphan Buri in Doem Bang Nang Buat, you'll be minutes from Wat Nang Buat. This country house is within the region of Sam Chuk Old Market and Bueng Chawak Aquarium & Zoo. Make yourself at home in one of the 4 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and minibars, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as bicycles to rent or take in the view from a garden. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access and barbecue grills. Breakfast is available for a fee. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
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    The SpaceIm-Suk Homestay is located 12 kilometers from Angthong city, 100 kilometers from Bangkok. It takes about 1-2 hours by driving from Bangkok, 30 minutes from Ayutthaya city. There you will enjoy simple life in the countryside, fresh air climate peace and breathtaking scenery with along the Chao Phraya River. Interaction with Guests(EMAIL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodAlong the Chao Phraya River. Near Chaiyo Worrawiharn Temple
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    แมงโก้ รีสอร์ท บ้านธรรมชาติ ลายล้อมด้วย ทุ่งนาและ สวนมะม่วง ใกล้กับ วัดและ สถานที่ท่องเที่ยวอนุสรณ์ดอนเจดีย์
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    Tharnrarin Villa Suphan Buri is a great choice for a stay in Doem Bang Nang Buat. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking. There's a garden, and rooms offer LCD TVs and refrigerators.
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    Tharnrarin Villa Suphan Buri is a great choice for a stay in Doem Bang Nang Buat. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking. There's a garden, and rooms offer LCD TVs and refrigerators.
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    เรามีห้องพักหลากหลายรูปแบบ เหมาะสำหรับทั้งผู้ที่ต้องการที่พักแบบเป็นส่วนตัว หรือสำหรับเข้าพักเป็นครอบครัวหรือหมู่คณะ เรามีทั้งห้องนอนเดี่ยว ห้องนอนรวม และห้องสัมมนาบริการเพื่อตอบสนองต่อความต้องการทุกรูปแบบ นอกจากนั้นเรายังมีบริการจัดงานแต่งงานรูปแบบไทย งานเลี้ยงสังสรรค์ และจัดงานสัมมนา งานวันเกิด งานเกษียณอายุ ฯลฯ - บริการห้องพักเดี่ยว จำนวน 4 ห้อง - ห้องพักรวม รองรับได้ถึง ๖๐ คน - ห้องประชุมสัมมนา พร้อมอุปกรณ์อำนวยความสะดวกในการฝึกอบรม