If you are budget-mind traveler and looking for a unique place to stay in Bangkok, Thailand with very reasonable prices , NapPark Hostel is a newly renovated must-stay hostel experience in Bangkok, Thailand. Perfectly located within Khao San area where you can explore the “old city” of Rattanakosin Island which has the highest density of must-see sacred and exquisite temples in Bangkok ( Thailand ) like “Wat Phra Kaew ( Temple of the Emerald Buddha ), The Grand Palace, “Wat Arun”, to ancient Thai massage at “Wat Po”.As the building is a Thai-retro-style house nestled in the very heart of the old city, you are promised to experience a local Thai way of living, culture, art, and antiques. It’s all here!
Nappark Hostel at Khao San ( Bangkok, Thailand ) has been renovated with a sense of spiritual thinking and art to reveal the beauty of Thai culture adding colorful, friendly attitude, fun, and sociable atmosphere.
Among any other cheap hotel and guest house in Bangkok ( Thailand ) especially at Khao San area, we offer very distinctive aspect of quality and standard of living as a premium hotel. We welcome you with functional bed, very clean bathrooms and amenities, an individual locker, including wifi internet access, library for travellers, free magazines, laundry machines, ladies only zone, and a reliable travel agency! Staying with us, you will never get bored at all because inside the hostel we provide a lively environment with fun games available for your entertainment, and of course the helpful staffs.On the other hand, just leaning out of the hostel door you can see the colorful long-array of vendors, food stalls, bars, and tuk-tuks. All are very local priced with a 24 hours service. You will find yourself wanting to spend more time here at NapPark Hostel @ Khao San, Bangkok, Thailand.
No matter who you are, a backpacker, a new experience seeker, an explorative traveler, or someone who has never experienced a hostel, we promise that you will have a pleasant time here.
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