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Popular hotels in Ratchaburi

BEDROOM Happy Home Ratchaburi

Happy Home Ratchaburi

8 Manrumluk Road, A.Muenag Ratchaburi, Na Muang, Mueang Ratchaburi District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70000

8.7 / 10

Very Good

EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Sun Resort Ratchaburi

The Sun Resort Ratchaburi

238 Moo.5, T. Don Tako, Don Tako, Mueang Ratchaburi District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70000

8.8 / 10

Very Good

LOBBY Inlaya Ratchaburi

Inlaya Ratchaburi

85 Moo 7, T. Kohpluppla , Ko Phlappla, Mueang Ratchaburi District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70000

8.7 / 10

Very Good

LOBBY Numsin Hotel

Numsin Hotel

2-16 Graipetch Road, T. Nhamueang, Na Muang, Mueang Ratchaburi District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70000

8.2 / 10

Very Good

S Swiss Hotel Ratchaburi

18 Manramlux 1 Alley, T. Namuang, , Na Muang, Mueang Ratchaburi District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70000

8.7 / 10

Very Good


Tulip Place

80/2 M.13 Phetkasem - Sainok Road T. Chedihak, A. Mueang, , Chedi Hak, Mueang Ratchaburi District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70000

8.5 / 10

Very Good

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Stamp Hills Resort Suanphueng

Stamp Hills Resort Suanphueng

163/3 M.3 T.Suanphueng, Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

8.6 / 10

Very Good


Ban Maikaew Hotel

32 Maen Ramluk 1 Alley, T. Namueang, Na Muang, Mueang Ratchaburi District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70000

8.5 / 10

Very Good

EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Great Hotel &Resort Ratchaburi

The Great Hotel &Resort Ratchaburi

276 M.3 T.Dontako A, Mueang, Don Tako, Mueang Ratchaburi District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70000

7.0 / 10



Suan Phueng Pa Wai Resort

111 Moo 13, T. Tha Khoei, Rang Bua, Chom Bueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

7.9 / 10


EXTERIOR_BUILDING Silver Garden Resort

Silver Garden Resort

92/10 Moo 8 T. Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

9.1 / 10


LOBBY Baan Chom Jan Suanphueng

Baan Chom Jan Suanphueng

450 Moo 1, T.Suanphueng , Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

8.4 / 10

Very Good


Dandelion Resort

200/12 M.7, Baan Huay phak, T.Suanphueng, Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

8.9 / 10

Very Good

SWIMMING_POOL Khum Damnoen Resort

Khum Damnoen Resort

50/1 Moo 7 T. Damnoen Saduak, Tha Nat, Damnoen Saduak District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70130

9.0 / 10


null Frontier Homestel

Frontier Homestel

336 Moo 1, Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

9.2 / 10


Others Tawan Anda Resort

Tawan Anda Resort

270 M.2 T.Suanphueng , Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

9.1 / 10


EXTERIOR_BUILDING Maikaew Damnoen Resort

Maikaew Damnoen Resort

333 Moo 9, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Ratchaburi, Thailand 70130, Damnoen Saduak, Damnoen Saduak District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70130

8.6 / 10

Very Good

Baan Huay Nam Rin Suanphueng

70/13 Moo 10, Tambon Tha Koey, Pa Wai, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

6.9 / 10


Banrai Pornsawun

151 M.4, Suanphueng , Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

7.5 / 10



Baan Aom Kod Kun Kao

47/2 M.2, T. Suanphueng , Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi, Thailand, 70180

8.9 / 10

Very Good




Ratchaburi, or as it’s called by locals who like to abbreviate things, Ratburi, is a historic city located on the banks of the Mae Klong River about an hour west of Bangkok. The eastern part of the province contains the flat river plains along the Mae Klong river, which is filled with khlongs, or small canals. This region is famous for the floating markets of Damnoen Saduak.

The natural beauty of this region is unparalleled, as there are mountains made of limestone along with several caves with stalactites. Exploring the caves and wildlife associated with caves such as bats is often a novelty when they come out in the evenings in swarms to feed.

There are also rich natural resources found in Ratchaburi such as feldspar, limestone and tin.

Due to its border sharing with Burma, there are a number of hill tribes that live in this province, mostly consisting of Karan but also including Mon, Chinese, and Khmer minorities.


Ratchaburi’s history dates back to the Dvaravati period, and the name translates roughly to “the land of the king.”. Ratchaburi was once an important city in the Mon Kingdom due to its location as the gateway to Myanmar for traders and travelers.

There have been some archaeological discoveries showing that there have been settlements here since the Bronze Age, although not enough study has been conducted to reach further conclusions.

Today, Ratchaburi is one of the more populous regions of Thailand with a diverse population and many activities to enjoy.

Surrounding Environment


Home to Erawan Falls, one of the most famous waterfalls in Thailand. This town was made famous by the movie The Bridge On the River Kwai about British POWs in the 1940s being held at a Japanese prison camp. The museum and memorial are well worth visiting.

Nakhon Pathom

A province that’s not only known for having vast and beautiful orchards, but also has major industries areas and a two leading universities, Silpakorn University and Mahidol University. Mahidol is one of the leading medical universities, and includes an All English Language International College. Both of these universities have other branch campuses throughout Thailand.

Samut Sakhon

Technically part of the Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Samut Sakhon retains an air of authentic, old style Thailand while blending smoothly with bigger city life. It is a leading region for salt production.

Samut Songkhram

Famous for being the home of Chang and Eng Bunker, the famous Siamese twins. It is the smallest province by area size, and rests on the Mae Klong River, a distributary of the Chao Phraya River. Like Samut Sakhon next door, it is also a leading producer of salt.


The province that contains Hua Hin and Cha-am, Phetchaburi is beachy as well as mountainous. It is also significant in history due to its border with Myanmar,  as well as having a palace built by King Rama IV in the 1860s. Kaeng Krachan National Park covers much of the province. It is Thailand’s largest National Park by area.


Baan Aom Kod Kun Kao

A Thai style accommodation but with modern luxuries. The roof appears to be made of straw, but the interior is chic and reminds you of a home furnishings catalogue with bright colors and clean lines. There’s room service, an outdoor pool, a restaurant, parking, and even a coffee shop. The staff are friendly and helpful at this boutique hotel.

Maikaew Damnoen Resort

This resort has accommodations for all types of travelers. Whether you’re a big group or simply splurging on a grand vacation, there are spacious villas with absolutely stunning surroundings. If you’re a smaller group or solo, there are standard rooms and smaller villas. The hotel provides a few different boat tours as well.

Golden City Hotel Ratchaburi

A classically decorated Thai hotel, old school luxury is at your fingertips at the Golden City Hotel in Ratchaburi. There’s room service, a restaurant that offers breakfast and dinner, parking, luggage storage and 24 hour security.

Ingmhok Sweet Dream Resort

A relaxing resort a bit further out of town, sweet dreams are truly to be had at this quiet location. There’s parking, and a restaurant that serves a basic breakfast as well as lunch and dinner. The staff here are friendly and speak decent English for ease of communications.

The Resort at Suanphueng

A serene Thai style resort with stunning scenery all around, the Resort at Suanphueng leaves you desiring nothing more. The relaxation that comes with seeing the sunset over the rolling hills is one that is unparalleled. A welcoming staff that’s always ready to grant requests and answer questions is the best part of this resort.


By Plane

There is not an airport in Ratchaburi, the closest one is in Bangkok. Once you arrive in Bangkok, see the below options on how to continue.

By Car

Ratchaburi is about a 2 hour drive from Bangkok. You can either rent a car for about 1500THB a day, or take a taxi, whose rates will vary depending on if you’re heading back to Bangkok the same day or not.

By Bus

Due to the popularity of the region, there are buses that leave approximately every 30 minutes from Bangkok. There are both first class and second class air conditioned buses. The first bus leaves Bangkok around 06:00 and the last one leaves at about 23:00.

By Train

There’s a train station at Thon Buri Railway Station that departs from Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong station. The journey takes about 2-4 hours, depending on whether or not there are delays. The train is an economical but not quick method of transport in Thailand. Train tickets are usually available for purchase 60 days prior to the date of departure. The first and second class options tend to sell out a few days before, but third class tickets are almost always available.

By Minivan

There are regular minivans that leave from Bangkok’s Victory Monument. Minivans don’t have as strict of a schedule as buses or trains do, and tend to leave when there are enough passengers to justify the trip. Minivans also tend to drop customers off along the way, so don’t be alarmed if people start getting out before you get to your specific destination in Ratchaburi.

Main Areas

  • Muaeng Ratchaburi - one of the original districts of Ratchaburi.

  • Chom Bueng

  • Suan Phueng

  • Damnoen Saduak

  • Ban Pong

  • Bang Phae

  • Photharam

  • Pak Tho

  • Wat Phleng

  • Ban Kha


Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

This is probably the most famous floating market in central Thailand. It’s only available in the mornings, so it’s mostly for the early riser. The amount of products that are available for sale is enormous, so come hungry! Due to the popularity of the market, there are more and more vendors coming which means more variety for the customers. You can rent a boat for less than 1000 THB to get a real feel of the market.

Opening hours: 6am to 11:30am, daily

Entrance fee: none, but make sure to bring plenty of cash to spend at the market!

Sarika Cave

Located in Tham Sarika village in Phutharam District of the province, this temple was once part of a priest’s house. However, due to numerous people coming to worship and practice the dharma, the cave became a temple in 1987. There are beautiful stalagmites and stalactites inside the cave.

Opening hours: 08:00 to 17:00, daily

Entrance fee: none


Coro Field

The first of its kind, Coro Field is a Japanese style agro-tourist destination. The farm is focused on cultivating rare strains of crops and watering them only with mineral water to ensure that only top quality produce is harvested. There are five zones within the farm: (1) Coro Café – a place to enjoy food from the farm, (2) Market Zone – a place to purchase organically grown produce, (3) Coro House – where you can take a tour in the greenhouse and taste melons, (4) Coro Garden – plant and pick your own vegetables, and (5) Coro Me – partake in DIY activities planting and decorating plants for your home.

Opening hours: 9:00 to 20:00, daily

Entrance fee: none

Bo Khlueng Hot Springs

Bo Khlueng is one of the most famous hot springs in this region. Naturally sourced from the Tanao Si Mountains, the mineral water that comes from these natural springs is believed to be helpful to skin treatments. The water flows all year round, and ranges between 50-68 degrees celsius. There are bathroom facilities as well as showers for those who wish to enter the hot springs. There’s also a waterfall in the vicinity with 9 tiers of water that flows heavily in the rainy season between May and November.

Opening hours: 08:00 to 17:00.

Entrance fee: 80 THB for adults, 50 THB for children.

Siam Cultural Park

A beautiful park to spend a few hours in the morning or afternoon. There are six exhibition zones and plenty to see. The cultural aspect shows how Buddhists lived and what artifacts are important to their history.

Opening hours: 08:30 to 17:00

Entrance fee: 400THB for adults and 300 THB for children. Locals pay 40 THB for adults and 30 THB for children.

Travel Tips

  • Sunblock - due to the bountiful outdoor activities available in Ratchaburi, don’t forget to apply sunblock! Although the day may look cloudy or rainy, the UV rays are strong in this part of Thailand. Nothing would ruin a vacation more than a bad sunburn.

  • Bugspray - although not common in Thailand, dengue fever has seen a small resurgence in recent years. Using ample bugspray when out in the forest is a good idea.

  • ATMs - there aren’t too many moneychanger places in town, so make sure you have an ATM card that you can withdraw from or switch your cash into Thai Baht beforehand.
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