Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Hotel near Bangkok International Airport Suvarnabhumi, Suphan Lake Hometel offers the perfect stop over location.
Over looking a beautiful park with lakeview restaurant, easy access to Bangkok city using the new sky train service.
Here you’ll find the perfect balance of comfort and functionality with spacious  types of room suites,quiet and relaxing surroundings. Only moments from downtown Bangkok, this preferred choice of hotel will pamper you in a laidback setting...
  • Suphan Lake Hometel
  • Suphan Lake Hometel
    Minutes from the shopping mall, beautiful park and lake.
  • Suphan Lake Hometel
    Location close to the heart of Bangkok and exciting attractions and business.
  • Suphan Lake Hometel
    Hotel at Suvannabhumi airport location,Suphan Lake Hometel is your ticket to boutique hotel.
  • Suphan Lake Hometel
    Just 15 minutes from the airport, with 24 hrs. airport transfer service (surcharge applies)
  • Suphan Lake Hometel
    Suphan Lake Hometel is located beside the big park and beautiful lake.
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    PLACE: Klong Suan 100 Year Old Market
    LOCATION: Tambon Khlong Suan, Amphoe Bang Bo
    ADMISSION: free
    Klong Suan 100 Year Market dates back to the reign of King Rama V. The market contains many different shops, which are getting rare these days, since they are increasingly being replaced by modern convenience stores and shopping malls. More than 100 years old, it still retains the quaint charm of the old days. Visitors will be pleased with the traditional market atmosphere while enjoying a great variety of tasty food. In the past, the market was most conveniently accessible by boat. There was only one passenger boat service from Chachoengsao to Bangkok, serviced by Nai Loet (Mr. Loet). The boat picked up passengers at Chachoengsao, ran past Khlong Suan Market, and eventually arrived at Pratu Nam (Water Gate) in Bangkok.
    The market is still an important community centre, transit point for commuters, and cargo port. The market is also a centre uniting the spirit of the Thai, Chinese and Muslim people who lived peacefully in the same area, as can be seen from the architecture of its temples and mosques, and a Chinese canteen offering free vegan food for people. In addition, its people always cooperated in developing the community’s infrastructure, for instance digging canals and building roads. Though they were of different religions, they have always enjoyed morning cafe get-togethers to share ideas, experiences, news and politics. The coffee shops have always been lively community meeting places.
    PLACE: The Erawan Museum (chang erawan)
    LOCATION: Sukhumvit Road as you enter Samut Prakan
    OPENING HOURS: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
    ADMISSION: 150 baht for adults, 50 baht for children. 50 baht baht for visiting the grounds only. Thai people same price.
    As you drive into Samut Prakan Province from Bangkok, you can't help but notice the giant three-headed elephant alongside Sukhumvit Road. This is the Erawan Museum contained within the world's largest elephant. The height is about 50 metres or 15 storeys high. The five storey museum inside the elephant contains antiquities. The Erawan Museum is owned by the same ompany as Ancient Siam. You can join tours that go every half an hour. This starts in the base of the pedestal which is a kind of museum of antiquities. Then you go up inside right up to the belly of the elephant. Make sure that you check out the small window that gives you fine views of the surrounding area.
    PLACE: Crocodile Farm and Zoo
    LOCATION: 555 Moo 7, Taiban Road, Tambon Taiban.
    TELEPHONE: 02 703 4891-5, 02 703 5144-8.
    OPENING HOURS: Open daily 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    ADMISSION: There is a two price system. 80 baht for Thai and 300 baht for foreigners. If you can speak Thai you can usually get local price.
    The Crocodile Farm was built in 1950 as Thailand's first crocodile farm. It is now the world's largest crocodile farm. It is situated at Tambon Tai Ban, 3 kilometres from Samut Prakan town. The farm has over 60,000 crocodiles of different kinds in various pits. Daily shows feature catching crocodiles bare-handed. Shows take place every hour from 09.00-17.00., except at noon; additional shows at 12.00 and 17.00 on holidays. Feeding time is between 16.30 - 17.30. Another star attraction for visitors is the elephant show of which performances are held daily every hour from 09.30 -16.30. Furthermore, you can see tigers, chimpanzees, and other animals such as gibbons, turtles, boa constrictors, pythons, birds, camels, hippopotamuses, and of various species of fishes. There is even a Dinosaur Museum which has on display life-size models and skeletons of more than 13 kinds of dinosaurs and also features a multi-vision slide presentation on man and prehistoric animals.
    PLACE: Ancient City (Formerly Ancient City)
    LOCATION: Tambon Bang Pu Mai. Near the 33 km marker on Sukhumwit Rd.
    OPENING HOURS: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    ADMISSION: 350 baht for adults and 150 baht for children. There is a two price system and Thai people only pay 200 baht. You can get this price if you have a work permit.
    The Ancient Siam, or Muang Boran in Thai, is like an open book of history and an open door to the real Thailand. Here you will find numerous reproductions of palace halls, temples, stupas, stone sanctuaries and traditional houses. You can also visit several reconstructed historical buildings, authenticated communities with their inhabitants doing their daily chores and sample villages from all regions of the country.
    If you want to take your car in then it will cost you 300 baht. If you don't have your own car, you can rent bicycles for 50 baht, golf carts for 200-500 baht or join a tram tour for 100 baht. Some people walk around the park but it is really too big and too hot to go on foot. There are places to buy drinks around the park. A good place to eat are the restaurants at the floating market area.
    PLACE: Siam Park
    LOCATION: Seri Thai Road, Kannayao, Bangkok 10230.
    TELEPHONE: 0 2919 7200-19
    OPENING HOURS: 4 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Siam Park is considered as the biggest theme park, as well as biggest water park in Southeast Asia, as well as the oldest water park in Thailand. Since 2007, the park owner has completed the construction of 6 new attractions: Vortex - the first hanging invented coaster in Thailand, Boomerang - the reverse roller coaster, Giant Drop - 75 metre freefall, Aladin - the magic carpet ride, Siam Park Tower - 100-meter automatic observation tower, and Condor - the twister. There are a lot of uncompleted constructions in the park. It is supposed that another set of new attractions is coming soon.
    Siam Park is separated into three main zones, the water park (Siam Lagoon), the amusement park (Siam X-treme) and a learning park (Siam Genius). It also has the Pathfinder camp located inside the park. Siam Park was not the first amusement park in Thailand, the first one is Happy land at Bang-kapi then Magic Land near to Central Lat Phrao, but it was closed due to the end of their land-rental contract, making Siam Park the oldest existing park in the country.
    PLACE: Safari Park
    LOCATION: 99 Ramintra 1 Rd, Bangkok, 10510
    TELEPHONE: 0 2518 1000-19, 0 2914 4100-9
    OPENING HOURS: 9 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
    A drive through the scenic Safari Park present a unique opportunity for the closet encounter possible with rare and endangered species of the animal kingdom. Explore nature’s numerous wonders in their original splendor and respond to the call of the wild, while remaining in the comfort of your car or coach. Witness the truly breathtaking Tiger & Lion feeding show, the only one of its kind anywhere in the world. An exciting and fulfilling adventure awaits you at Safari Park.
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    Suphan Lake Hometel
    106 / 999 Soi 31-5 Keharomklow Klongsongtonnoon Ladkrabang Road, Bangkok 10520
    Phone : +66 2543 9440 FAX : +66 2543 9373