KALANAN Riverside Resort (Formerly Buddy Oriental Riverside) offers a captivating blend of Thai- Colonial architecture and warm hospitality of its people. Engage in friendly conversations with locals, participate in community events and visit attractions in Pak Kret district for an authentic experience. Whether you’re strolling through local markets, paying your respects at ancient temples, or savoring Thai authentic cuisine, you will immerse into the heart and soul of Thailand.
Koh Kret is a small island in the middle of Chao Phraya River, north of Bangkok in Nonthaburi province. It is 3 km from the hotel, you can drive or arrange transport to Wat Sanam Nua and take a ferry to the island. This man-made island was created way back in the 1700s during the Ayutthaya period, and is known today for its local markets, handicrafts, and food.
Built in Thon Buri period by Phraya Jeng. Inside the temple is a Mon art, such as murals within the temple. There is a large reclining Buddha image inside the open-air pavilion. There is the small pavilion of Phra Nang Reua Lom or Phra Nang Chao Sununta Kumareeratana, the wife of King Chulalongkorn and was killed in the boat accident at Chao Phraya River. When the corpse was found, the Buddha was invited to the Grand Palace.
Wat Phra Nang Reua Lom, Pak Kret Nonthaburi
North of Bangkok in the Nonthaburi province
Nonthaburi is a public park in honor of Her Majesty the Queen's 80th Birthday Anniversary
Somdet Phra Srinagarindra Park, Nonthaburi is a public park in honor of Her Majesty the Queen’s 80th Birthday Anniversary. Concrete dams were built around the area for use in the area around the swamp. The surrounding gardens are planted with perennial plants to provide shade. Including the planting of ornamental flowers Herbaceous and non-cutting shrubs alternate colors. It has also gathered famous fruit trees of Nonthaburi to plant as well, such as Muang Non durian. Maprang Muang Non and Krathon Muang Non for the youth to know about the fruit trees that were once planted in abundance in “Muang Non Park”