Baan Amphawa Resort and Spa
"Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and serenity."
Baan Amphawa Resort & Spa offers the idyllic retreat on the bank of Mae Klong River which blends traditional Thai houses with contemporary Thai luxury to create a haven of historical elegance among the lush tropical landscape.
Baan Amphawa Resort & Spa invites you to get close to the river of life with the comfortable and relaxing privacy home-like 59 units in traditional Thai house and contemporary Rattanakosin style houses. Each unit is nested in tropical garden creating the perfect hideaway for those looking to avoid Thailand’s mass tourism.
Various activities are available both within the resort and nearby. For example, you can visit the cultural site of Amphawa Floating Market, stroll around local temples and observe the local Thai way of life. What’s more, Amphawa is well known as a place to see thousands of fireflies sparkling at night along the river bank. The resort is located in heritage town of Amphawa, only 65 kilometers South of Bangkok. Baan Amphawa is a great base from which to explore various attractions including the well-known Dumneon Saduak floating market.
Come to experience the Thai way of life and stay in ‘Ruan Thai’, this will be your unforgettable vacation experience.
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On the Occasion the 185th Anniversary of the Diplomatic Relations Between the Kingdom of Thailand and the United States of America And the 1st Official Home Comming Vistit of the Dessendants of the Chang-Eng Siamese Twins to Samut Songkhram Province. discover more
The heritage Town of Amphawa
Amphawa enjoys the rich historical and cultural heritage and is the birth place of King Buddhalertla Naphalia (King Rama II) during the 18th century. This water based community benefits from sea, brackish, and fresh water which accommodate the salt pan and fruit orchards.
In 2008, the Amphawa community was awarded the UNESCO Asia Pacific Honorable Mention Award for Culture Heritage Conservation...Read more