Visiting Nakhon Pathom
Luxury-minded travelers will find upscale places to stay in Nakhon Pathom, though all visitors are sure to appreciate the shopping, restaurants, and boating. Welcoming and relaxing, this riverfront city will also delight visitors with its gardens, cafés, and ice skating.
- There are 6 Nakhon Pathom hotels
- July is the most expensive month to travel here, while April tends to be the cheapest
- Closest major airport is in Bangkok (DMK-Don Mueang Intl.), 39.6 mi (63.7 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing around Nakhon Pathom
- Notable for its Chinatown and landmarks to visit including Wat Nong Pla Lai, Wat Aranyikkaram, and Wat Samphran
- Also popular for its shopping, boating, and riverfront
Getting around Nakhon Pathom
Nakhon Pathom has plenty of options for transportation. To explore the surrounding area, jump aboard a train at Nakhon Pathom Phrong Madua Station or Nakhon Pathom Station.
Staying in Nakhon Pathom
When looking for a holiday accommodation at an affordable price, consider that Nakhon Pathom has 6 hotels and other accommodation types to choose from. There are 6 hotels ranging from GBP 16 to GBP 51 per night. You might like Trendy Hotel, averaging GBP 20.62 per night, for a romantic getaway, a cosy spot, or a boutique stay. Trendy Hotel, a 3-star favourite with Expedia travellers, has a 3.5 out of 5 user rating.
Dressing for Nakhon Pathom
- Between January and March, daytime temperatures average 35°C, while nighttime temperatures stay around 20°C
- From April to June, the average is 35°C during the day and 24°C at night
- July through September sees average temperatures of 33°C during the day and 24°C at night
- In October–December, you can expect 32°C as the daytime average and 20°C as the nighttime average
- About 1387 millimetres of rain falls on Nakhon Pathom each year