Photo: Sleepy wat in Buriram.

Where to stay in Buriram


Though it lacks any guesthouses geared towards foreign travellers, Buriram town has a fair share of downtown hotels along with several out on the ring road. Here we’ve listed a few good choices that are centrally located near the train station. Note that rates at many places jump by a few hundred baht when Buriram United is playing in town.

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116 Niwat Rd (across from the train station’s southern entrance), Buriram
Under 600B
Jaroensin Place
Backpacker - Under 600B
116 Niwat Rd (across from the train station’s southern entrance), Buriram
T: (044) 611 559, (044) 625 656

Set in a rather ugly orange, brown and green four-storey building directly across from the train station, the Jaroensin has comfortable rooms in a great location. Though lacking any shred of decor or character, the rooms are squeaky clean and come with firm beds over white tile floors, mini-fridges, desks, LCD TVs with minimal English channels and good-size bathrooms with modern appliances,... Read our full review of Jaroensin Place.

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1/114-115 Nahsathani Rd, Buriram
600B to 1,500B
Klim Hotel
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
1/114-115 Nahsathani Rd, Buriram
T: (044) 601 989

Bringing a more upscale outlook to Buriram, the large and maze-like Klim looks like a pair of polished concrete airplane hangars from outside, with a small swimming pool and some trees situated between the two buildings. Step into the lobby/restaurant and you’re met by cool jazz playing over the sound system, cooler air-con pumping over the classy dining setup and sharply dressed receptionists... Read our full review of Klim Hotel.

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38/1 Romburi Rd, Buriram
Under 600B
Thai Hotel
Backpacker - Under 600B
38/1 Romburi Rd, Buriram
T: (044) 611 112

The Thai Hotel is another solid downtown option, located just south of the train station and an easy stumble from the nightlife complex. The old four-storey building has been spruced up in recent years and now draws you into the large lobby with a bright orange-and-white facade. While they’re not winning any interior decorating competitions, the rooms are fairly spacious and come with hot-water... Read our full review of Thai Hotel.

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