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Since 2011, Nappark has been the temporary homes to all kinds of travellers passing in and out of Bangkok. The social vibes, comfy beds and great location puts us at one of the most popular hostels in Bangkok. In fact, we were just voted via Hostelworld as ‘'Most Popular Hostel In Bangkok' for 2016 in their recent ‘Hoscar’ awards.
Nappark prides itself on good service, so that’s why, in case you didn’t know, we thought we’d remind you of what else we do that can benefit you. Nappark is more than just a hostel.
Head to the front desk and speak to one of our amazing staff who will speedily arrange this for you and give you all the details
A real cultural experience, Ayutthaya lies around 2 hours away from Bangkok. You’ll be picked up at 7am from Nappark, where a full day tour will take place, coming back at around 5pm. You’ll visit and learn about the history of dozens of historic temples, from all different dynasties and era’s. Wander around in your own time too, so the tour is flexible and not restricting. Take plenty of water, sun cream and clothes to cover up, there is barely any shade in Ayutthaya. Lunch included.
Asia is full of markets, but only in Thailand is where you can visit real authentic floating markets. Float in your gondola through the network of canals in and around Bangkok at Damnern Sauak Floating Market. Friendly chat to the locals as you passes by mobile markets, which sell everything from fresh food, to flowers to gifts and jewellery. A more relaxing experience which departs at 7am from Nappark.
Erawan Falls is Kanchanburi’s most precious attraction that you won’t want to miss. Surrounding by more rural and forest environs, Kanchanaburi is like visiting North Thailand, but only a mere 2 hours away. We can arrange your transport for you, and encourage you to visit!
The closest place for beach around Bangkok, Pattaya is popular with many tourists. Only one hour away, we can arrange your transport there. Pattaya downtown is a little full on, think of Khao San Road and Patong in one, but the added breeze of the beach makes it ideal for day trips or short stays.
Muay Thai is Thailand’s national sport, and is showcased no better than in the capital of Bangkok. Times differ depending what day it is, with Lumpinee Stadium holding events on Tuesday, Fridays and Saturdays, and Rajadamnern Stadium taking Monday, Wednesday, Thursdays and Sundays.
Bangkok is normally the 1st stop if you’re beginning your journey in Thailand. Generally, guests go north to Chiang Mai, or south to one of the famed Thai islands. Even if you want to head over the border to Cambodia, we can arrange this for you! If you need to head to the airport via mini-bus shuttle, Nappark offer services to both airports in Bangkok, taking one hour for only 150BAHT!