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Weather and Best time to travel to Nakhon Nayok

Surrounded by mesmerizing natural views, streams of blue water, paddy fields, and lush mountains, Nakhon Nayok is a genuine escapade for the nature lovers and peace seekers. The perfect place to enjoy the tranquillity away from the city's hectic life and chaos. It is a small province in central Thailand. The Khun Dan Prakan Chon Dam, Wang Takrai Park, Ganesha Park, Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, etc. are a few of the top stunning Nakhon Nayok attractions that charm the tourist of all ages. Moreover, the town also offers multiple opportunities for adventure buffs, too, with its long list of thrilling things to do in Nakhon Nayok. 

The weather of Nakhon Nayok remains hot throughout the year, with very little variation in temperatures. The best time to visit Nakhon Nayok for perfect weather conditions and to enjoy the trip at its best lies between November and March. The temperatures are pleasant, and the chances of rain are on the lower side during these winter months. Prices for hotels in Nakhon Nayok and flights are high during these months, whereas the prices fall during spring and fall seasons because of high temperatures and humidity. Summers also see a pleasant influx of tourists because of comfortable weather conditions.

Airport in Nakhon Nayok

Nakhon Nayok does not have its airport but is easily accessible from nearby Don Mueang International Airport (45.4 miles) and Suvarnabhumi Airport (47.9 miles). AirAsia operates several international and domestic flights at Don Mueang International Airport, while Nok Air, Thai Lion Air, THAI Smile, and many others serve frequent domestic flights.

Suvarnabhumi International Airport or Bangkok Airport serves as the main international aviation center in Thailand and is the primary travel hub for Southeast Asia. It is located about 47.9 miles from Nakhon Nayok city center, and you can easily reach the city by taking either a train, airport transport bus, public bus, or taxi. However, the taxi proves to the most comfortable and fastest means for getting to Nakhon Nayok from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and takes approx. 1h 31m.

Transportation in Nakhon Nayok

Nakhon Nayok city is a serene location, just 130 km from the city center of Bangkok. Mo Chit Bus terminal at Kamphaeng PhetRoad serves as the main hub for public transportation, and there are frequent buses that connect the city within. Apart from the bus service, there are travel options like taxi, vans, and tuk-tuks. They offer a comfortable ride to any of the city's attractions or getting out of the city. The tuk-tuks service is available at all possible routes, and you can book it like a taxi, but make sure to bargain for a price before starting the ride. Some tuk-tuks can be booked for chartering around Nakhon Nayok town and can be found at the main bus terminal. But the best way to get around is a taxi if you can pay a good amount.

How to get to Nakhon Nayok

Nearby Suvarnabhumi International Airport serves as the main arrival point in Thailand and gets daily flights from every continent. Leading airlines like Bangkok Airways, Jet Asia Airways, Thai Airways, Air France, Air China, and United airlines support air travel to this international airport. The most popular flight between the USA and Bangkok is Los Angeles (LAX) - Suvarnabhumi International Airport that takes an average flight time of 20h 30m and costs a minimum of $526. Non-stop flight from the UK to BKK takes around 11 hours 30 minutes, while a one-stop flight takes almost 13 hours and costs $375 and more depending upon the airlines and route. Similarly, another popular route is Sydney Kingsford Smith - Bangkok Suvarnabhumi that costs approx. $485 and takes about 9 h 10 m.

How much are hotels in Nakhon Nayok

Whether you're looking for a place to stay for a night or more, the Nakhon Nayok hotels provide accommodations to fit every need.

  • 5-star: There is no 5-star hotel in Nakhon Nayok, but you can find one in nearby cities with an average fare of $186.90 per night
  • 4-star: Look for hotels like 'Villa Panalai' and 'Reindeer Park Resort' to grab great Nakhon Nayok hotel deals with a room available from $102.98 per night (variable)
  • 3-star:  Book Nakhon Nayok hotels like 'Rabiangprai Valley Resort' to enjoy a 3-star stay with an affordable but variable price of $62.35.
  • 2-star: Looking for cheap hotels in Nakhon Nayok? The 'Loft Village Nakhon Nayok' is one of the best budget hotels with an average price of $34.93 per night.  

Nakhon Nayok Tourist Information

Top tourist attractions in Nakhon Nayok

Nakhon Nayok is the real epitome of beauty with its refreshing natural elegance, stunning waterfalls, beautiful parks, famous historical sites, plenty of adventurous activities, and a huge range of delectable fruits. The serene city has numerous attractions that charm a multitude of tourists, including:

Namtok Sarika Waterfall: One of the most famous waterfalls in Nakhon Nayok province, it is the nine-tier waterfall that rushes down from a cliff onto a lush hillside. Each tier has a large pool, which provides perfect locations to enjoy swimming beside stunning surroundings.

Wang Takrai Park: Another beautiful tourist attraction located near Nang Rong Waterfall, it is a botanical garden with lovely landscapes, tiny rocky creek, and a wide species of plants. Visitors can also enroll here in various activities like swimming, canoeing, cycling, or tubing.

Phuttha Utthayan Makha Bucha Anusorn: A perfect place for Buddhism followers, it is known for its spectacular display of the golden sculptures of 1,250 disciples and a giant Buddha. The representation is spectacular beside the scenic mountains and lush greenery.

Top food places in Nakhon Nayok

Nakhon Nayok is also a fabulous place to enjoy some of the local delicacies and beverages in the serene environment. It houses several food joints to fine dining restaurants serving multinational cuisine, and top few of these include:

Riverside Dining: Restaurants like Krua Pa Makham, Ran Kuaytiaw Reua Kalalungphao, are known for their riverside location and delicious food menu like spicy papaya salad, grilled chicken served in the tze-char style.

Farm-style cafes and restaurants: Enjoy delicious food while enjoying the stunning views of the paddy fields in farm style restaurants such as Montreux Cafe' & Farm and Aden Farm Nakhon Nayok.

Unique eateries: Food joints like Nong Cha Cha Cha Noodles Shop and Coffee and Tree Cafe are not only known for their distinct variety of food but for the ambiance they have created using retro toys or sticky notes.

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