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Accommodation In Pak Kret

Pak Kret is the third-largest city in Thailand, but it’s practically an oasis of calm compared to bustling central Bangkok, which is just to the south. With a Pak Kret hotel, you get all the benefits of Bangkok deals in a charming small(er) town package.

Things to Do in Pak Kret

Speaking of calm, just west of Pak Kret Market you’ll find Koh Kret, an island almost as free of ogling tourists as it is free of cars. Go on two wheels instead—rent a bicycle and spend a day pedalling around to markets, cafes and the famous leaning bell tower. Taste some suds at the microbrewery, then stuff your face with the local specialty, mon tempura: deep-fried veggies and shrimp in a banana leaf bowl.

Up for a little more action? Take a scenic ride down the river on the Chao Phraya Express Boat. Get off at Tha Chang Terminal for the Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha Temple, then make your way to Bangkok National Museum. When your tour is done, you’ve got another relaxing boat ride ahead of you—or you could book a night at one of our hotels in Bangkok if you want to get crazy instead.

Getting To & Around Pak Kret

All roads (or flights, rather) to the Bangkok area lead to Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), east of the city centre. You’ll find Pak Kret hotels about 40 km northwest and easily reachable by taxi. One of Wotif’s great car hire options also makes sense in this Bangkok suburb, but no worries if you’re not up for it! The Express Boat and cabs can get you wherever you need to go.

Looking for some me-time, but don’t want to be totally out of the loop? Check out Wotif’s deals on hotels in Pak Kret, and you’ll find you can have the best of both worlds!

How much is a hotel room in Pak Kret?

Hotels in Pak Kret start at NZ$26 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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