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Experience Khao San in Style

August 27, 2012 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

2 nights stay at Buddy Lodge + complimentary Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise*

Located within the shopping and entertainment streets of Banglumpoo, Buddy Lodge was the first (and still one of the best!) upmarket hotels on Khao San Road. Comfortable rooms, oriental wooden decor, air-conditioning, color TV, mini-bar – Buddy offers everything you need for a quality stay on one of the most well known streets in Bangkok. Enjoy fine cuisine & more at the “Buddy Beer” restaurant, satisfy your inner shopaholic at the basement merchandise plaza, and cool down in the roof top pool.

Take a break from Khao San’s nightlife with a cruise on the Song Fang Klong – a new colonial style cruise vessel twin-deck boat, departing from the conveniently located Kinlom Chom Saphan riverside restaurant on the Chao Phraya river.

Dine on a wide variety of Thai dishes while you cruise past magnificent temples like Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn). Guests will also see old forts, colonial era wharfs, The Oriental Hotel and the lively river scene — always a hive of activity, day or night. The atmosphere on board is enhanced by pleasant but unobtrusive live band.

A complimentary tuktuk transfer service from Buddy Lodge hotel departs daily at 7.30 PM. The cruise runs from 8 to 10 pm daily.

*From now until 31 October 2012, 2 nights in a standard room and complimentary river cruise is 2820 baht per person (min. 2 persons).

For more information and bookings please contact [email protected].

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