Photo: Exploring the surrounds of Wat That Phanom.


That Phanom

The town doesn’t burst with places to stay, so luckily most of the available options are very good indeed.

Baan Ing Oon
Backpacker - Under 600B
19 Phanom Phanarak Rd, That Phanom
T: (042) 540 111

Opened in 2012 in a thoughtfully restored French-Indochinese brick-and-cement building, the homely Baan Ing Oon filled a big void left by the closure of the old (and much loved by Travelfish) Niyana Guesthouse. After passing through a relaxing ground floor where breakfast is served to a few wooden tables, guests take off their shoes before climbing a beautiful set of varnished wood stairs. Rooms... Read our full review of Baan Ing Oon.

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That Phanom Place
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
117 Highway 212, That Phanom
T: (042) 532 148-9

That Phanom Place (also called Na That Phanom Place) has well-kept and spacious rooms filling out a long and bright two-storey building just southwest of the Phra That off Highway 212. Accessed by a ground-floor hall or stairway behind an airy reception area with a few exercise machines, rooms come with firm king-size (or two twin) beds, widescreen LCD TVs, free WiFi, fridges and modern wet... Read our full review of That Phanom Place.

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Sakaa Song Homestay
Backpacker - Under 600B
Moo 2 (just north of the Riverview Hotel), That Phanom
T: (083) 005 8627

Fronted by a small restaurant on the riverfront road, the Sakaa Song is a charming family-run spot with half a dozen dark-wood Thai-style bungalows placed around a small car park across from the river. We found the rooms clean and better equipped than expected, with wall-mounted LCD TVs, air-con and hot water in sharp bathrooms. Double mattresses are set up on the floor in the cramped bedroom... Read our full review of Sakaa Song Homestay.

That Phanom Riverview Hotel
Flashpacker - 600B to 1,500B
258 Moo 2 (entrances on the riverfront road and Phanom Phanarak Rd), That Phanom
T: (042) 541 555

Set along a fairly long stretch of the riverfront, the Riverview is the only property in town that could really be called a full-on hotel, as opposed to a guesthouse or homestay. Though lacking the character of the more homely options, it’s a solid hotel with welcoming reception staff and a restaurant, karaoke bar, car park, complimentary breakfast and bicycles for guests. Rooms come in three... Read our full review of That Phanom Riverview Hotel.

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Where are you planning on heading to after That Phanom? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Thailand.

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