Centrally located B&B in Banpong, 150 meters from the railway station. Two nice bedroom upstairs in a typical townhome, Breakfast cafe next door.
If you want to experience the real Thailand then you are at the right place. Banpong really is a cool place to spend a few days just to hang out and feel the atmosphere from Thailand. Ban Pong, is the center of the town of Amphoe Ban Pong Ratchaburi Province. It is about 77 kilometers west of Bangkok.
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Our accommodation is located in the center of Banpong right next to the train station.
they live on the second floor which is typical of the thai family who run their business on the street level.
There are two rooms on the upper floor and ideal for 1-4 people.
There are two double beds. One of them can be divided into two single beds.
Sheets and towels included.
Upstairs two bedrooms and a living room and downstairs have access to kitchen and entrance room.
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We are mostly in place in the house daily, evenings, you are alone in the house.
You can reach us by phone acc. agreement when we are not in place.
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The town was first officially registered as a sanitary district in 1916, after it was moved down the Mae Klong River from the old town, which is now part of Tha Pha municipality. The new town, when it was first built, was flooded with Chinese immigrants migrating from southern China where drought had occurred for four consecutive years in the 1920s. During the Second World War, the town experienced an economic boom due to its location being a hub between Bangkok to the east, Kanchanaburi to the north and all the provinces in the south of Thailand. All goods transported by rail from Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Burma and the southern provinces had to make a stop in Ban Pong.
In 1935, the sanitary district was upgraded to town status (thesaban mueang).
During the Second World War, the town was used by Japanese Forces as a base in the region while they were connecting the railway between Burma and Thailand, with train services running between Ban Pong and Mawlamyine in Burma during and for a few years after the war.
In the 1960s, the town again experienced an economic boom when several sugar refineries opened up in the area. Many large banking and governmental institutions sited their regional branches in Ban Pong.
My name is Jonas Ruckman (from Sweden) and currently lives in Banpong Thailand. I can not live without football, hockey, music, books, and my partner. Thailand is my favorite country, the Rolling Stones are my favorite band. like films with excitement, The Godfather is a favorite book. Eat most things but Swedish diet is not wrong. I am a positive host who likes to take care of the guests and are happy to share my experiences in the area where I live. I love to travel and have many countries on my track record.