Photo: Thailand's most famous floating market.

Photo of Nok Noi (Little Bird) HotelNok Noi (Little Bird) Hotel

The only option in town

Down off the lane by the police box, Damnoen Saduak T: (032) 25 4382 

Nok Noi (Little Bird) Hotel

Our rating:
2.5 stars, based on 1 expert review

This large motel-like hotel has big rooms and friendly staff.



Photo of Nok Noi (Little Bird) Hotel
The hotel is pretty delapidated but it is nevertheless the most convenient place to stay if you are planning a trip to the floating market. Although the rooms are old, they're well-tended to with large mirrors and wardrobes to hang your kit. Some have TVs but fuzzy Thai-laungauge programs are all you're going to get. All rooms come with complimentary condoms.

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Nok Noi (Little Bird) Hotel

Down off the lane by the police box, Damnoen Saduak
T: (032) 25 4382 
Room rates: Under 600B




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