Suan Phueng Onsen

Ratchaburi tends to fly under the radar for a lot of tourists, even among Thais. But situated along Myanmar’s border, the district of Suan Pueng boasts loads of lovely locations that are worth exploring. You’ll easily find plenty of cosy places to stay for a relaxing retreat on the weekend.

So, if you’re tired of the same old weekend routine at home, pack up and set for Suan Phueng Onsen. This lovely resort offers you a lovely rest in a cute triangle-shaped hut and mineral water baths with a pleasant invigorating view outside the window.

Experience a relaxed stay in a triangular hut

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As we go about our daily lives, we’re often confined within the solid walls of concrete structures. But what if we could break away from this routine by residing in a hut for a few days?

What sets Suan Phueng Onsen apart from other resorts is its 10 charming triangular huts peacefully nestled away in the city’s outskirts.

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The huts are tastefully made of wood and bamboo as well as give off a mix of rural Japanese and Bali vibes. Plus, if you’re a city dweller who is used to the morning traffic clamour, Suan Phueng will give you the chance to greet the day with the soothing symphony of nature and birdcalls.

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For ladies who love the idea of soaking in an Instagrammable bathtub, they boast bathtubs with an enchanting view. Feel free to picture yourself dousing in the tub with your body covered in foam and gazing out the window at the lovely sight.

If this sounds like your ideal holiday getaway, the starting price for the huts begins at ฿2,250 (~USD62.97) per night.

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If huts aren’t your thing, you can check out its transparent bubble dome from ฿2,990 (~USD83.68) per night. Here, you can enjoy its scenic 360° view of the nearby forested mountains.

Eat a mookata while watching an outdoor movie 

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After the day gives way to night, seize the opportunity to enjoy a mookata meal, which costs at ฿499 (~USD13.94), at their recreation area. An outdoor movie screening is also provided at this setting as a great accompaniment to your dining experience.

Take a trip to Suan Phueng Onsen

If you don’t have much time for a long journey to the north of Thailand, the Suan Phueng Onsen homestay in Ratchaburi is an interesting choice. Their characteristic huts deep in nature is only three hours from Bangkok.

For more articles, check out Akha Farmville which is a sheep cafe in Chiang Rai, Ichiba Station — a Japanese-themed night market in Bangkok, Cosy Wild Chiang Mai that is a Balinese hut-style homestay.

Address: Huai Phak-Bo Wi Rd, Suan Phueng, Suan Phueng District, Ratchaburi 70180
Contact: +66 9 6836 4759  | Suan Phueng Onsen’s Facebook | Google Maps

Cover image adapted from: @lakfantiew via Instagram, สวนผึ้ง ออนเซน via Facebook, and @_mmingaii via Instagram

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