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Baan Pra Nond Bed & Breakfast’s central location makes traveling and exploring Bangkok extremely convenient. The Tollway, BTS, and Sathorn Pier are all within a 1 km radius making it easy to get around town with any kind of transportation you choose. If you prefer to stay close to home, there are many attractions and places to see within walking distance and we can easily point you in the right direction for your new discoveries.

As we are located between 2 main roads so there's a noise factor, however we feel the convenience outweighs the nuisance. In the past the majority of our guests have not been affected by the noise, however, we provide ear plugs in the rooms for guests in case they are needed.


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Or visit Google Map for a more detailed location
and direction.

For more information about Bangkok,
visit the Tourism Authority of Thailand

If you want to try something different,
here are some fun things to do:

Tour A La Carte by Tong

Tour A La Carte by Tong As Bangkok is a vibrant and historic city, thus visitors are truely required for well-organised plan to all exciting attractions. Tour A La Carte is something we think differently for exceeding by far the usual tourist-guide routine. 'We serve all the city's finest dishes!'

Temples and Ricefields Tour by Tell Tale

Tell Tale A private tour taking in the culture and discovering the temples, sights and sounds of both Thailand and Cambodia, with a Tell Tale twist.
Mention "Baan Pra Nond B&B" when making your reservation and get an upgrade to a Deluxe Room. (Depending on availability)

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IngNatee Resort

IngNatee ResortRejuvenate your special moment within the relax and soothing atmosphere of Pathumthani, surrounded by tropical farm while enjoying your peace of mind under the blissful surrounding the Chao Phraya Bank.



The BTS Skytrain is the safest, most comfortable and convenient way to get around Bangkok. Currently there are two routes, the Sukhumvit Line and the Silom Line. They cover much of the central city and its many commercial, residential and tourist areas. The trains run daily between 6:00 am and 12:00 midnight with frequent service throughout the day, increased during rush hours. The fare is based on the distance traveled.

Sathorn Pier

From here you can board a boat to any number of different locations up and down the Chao Phraya River. There are maps and information desks located at the pier where the staff can help you find whichever pier is best for your destination. There are three routes to choose from, and the boats on a particular route fly a different colored flag. You can also take hotel shuttle boats, free of charge, which will take you across the river to the Marriott Riverside or the Peninsula. Or hire a long tail boat for a private tour of Bangkok’s many canals connected to the main river.


Shopping in Bangkok is totally unique. There is quite simply nowhere else on the planet that offers the same experience. Bangkok has worked hard to develop its reputation as one of Asia’s most inviting shopping destinations. The city is huge and offers every type of shopping experience regardless of your budget. The Silom CBD area is filled with local shops, street vendors and modern shopping complexes open all day. By night however, Silom slips out of its suit, transforming into a bustling shopping street and frenetically paced hedonist's playground. Alongside a cramped but creatively stocked night market sit some of the city's most renowned and raucous streets, namely red-light district Patpong, Soi 2 and Soi 4.

Central Business District

Silom and Sathorn Road represent the heart of the central business district with embassies and head offices of financial institutions, local banks, law firms and multinational corporations, located here. Surprisingly there are also a few art and antique shops, and some good local bars and restaurants.

Bangrak Fresh Market

Located on Charoen Krung (New Road), this bustling market sells mostly fresh flowers for all occasions at wholesale or retail prices. The market offers a huge selection of cut flowers and orchids, including lovely garlands of sweet-smelling jasmine. The Bangrak Market also serves as a wet market, with plenty of food items available.

Yannawa Temple

Wat Yannawa is an old Buddhist temple (wat) dating back to the Ayutthaya period, located in the Sathorn district of Bangkok on Charoen Krung Road, Bangkok, Thailand. It has a unique junk shaped chedi and viharn built by King Rama III. The idea behind the construction was that the Chinese junk was quickly disappearing and the pagoda should show present descendants what it looked like.

Sri Maha Mariamman Temple

Constructed in the 1860's in an area that continues to have a high proportion of Indian residents to this day, this colorful temple features a tall facade of intricate, entwined Hindu deities. Located on Silom Road, the main shrine is devoted to Shiva's consort, Shakti, her son Subramaniam and her elephant-headed son, Ganesha. There are also a few Buddha images inside, so Buddhist Thais also come here to worship.


In Bangkok, the question is not only where to dine but the choice of cuisines. Each part of Thailand has a regional twist to the local food, but all regions are represented in Bangkok. Issan food, curry, northern sausage, papaya salad, Indian, Japanese, Chinese and international restaurants all vie for the Thai and tourist customers alike. You’ll find a wide range of dining experiences all within walking distance. Pamper yourself with 5 star dining in restaurants such as the Blue Elephant or get a feel for the local diet by sitting down to any of the hawker stalls selling their delicacies on the street.

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