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House in Phimai Sai Ngam
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Thai style elevated bungalows set in lush tropical vegetation line the river within ten minutes walking distance to the town center and the Khmer temple Prasat Hin Phimai.
Most accommodations w. a/c; all w. fridge, tv, hot shower, covered private terrace. House for two w. a/c 600 THB; cottage for two w. fan 400 THB. One large vacation home [four to six persons] also available (lv. room, kitchen; 3 bed rooms, 1 bath room, large covered terrace, a/c, tv; 1.200 to 1.600 THB). Free WiFi, free car parking; bicycles for rent. Continental or Thai breakfast optional at 75 THB.
Possible recreational activities: swimming, paddle boating, badminton, boule … or just relaxing in a hammock and taking in superb views of the river. Thai owner also speaks English and German.

Beginning with the 11th century A.D. Phimai was possibly the most important
northwestern base of the Khmer empire. To this day the town continues to maintain
its typical rectangular grid-like layout of streets and its numerous water reservoirs
remain well intact.
The fortress-like town wall encloses an oblong-shaped old town approximately
1700 x 3000 feet in circumference and is surrounded
by the Moon, Khem and Chakkarat Rivers.
Beyond, the town has grown into a district center of modern appearance
containing hospitals, markets of various sizes, governmental services
and a palatial court house, with approximately 10,000 inhabitants in the town itself.

Nearby: provincial capital Korat/Nakhon Ratchasima [less than 40 miles]

Routing: By bus

Air-conditioned busses run many times every day from Bangkok’s
North-East Bus Terminal (Mo Chit) to Khorat (= Nakhon Ratchasima).
Local buses leave from Khorat’s bus terminal for Phimai
(and on to Chumphuang) until 10 p.m.

laundry 2.50; bicycle per day 2.50

Lodging No. 142881

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