Hotels in Sa Kaeo

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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Sa Kaeo:$19/night
Cheapest price found:$11/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Sunday
$11 - $32
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$11 - $24
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Cheapest hotels in Sa Kaeo, East Thailand

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My Room by Sermsub
My Room by Sermsub
7.3 Good
168 Moo 2, Banmai Nongsai, Aranyaprathet, Thailand
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0.4 mi from city centre,  

A short walk from Aranyaprathet Railway Station, My Room By Sermsub has an accessible location, making it an ideal base when in Aranyaprathet. It also offers free Wi-Fi, a swimming pool and massage services.

$21
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Station One
Station One
6.4 Good
41 Thanawithee Rd Aranyaprathet, Aranyaprathet, Thailand
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0.1 mi from city centre,  

Station ONE Hotel - Aranyaprateth offers 3-star accommodation in Aranyaprathet. It provides complimentary Wi-Fi, luggage storage and a 24-hour reception.

$30
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Hotel prices in Sa Kaeo

2 stars and under
#1 Most popular

Hop Inn Sa Kaeo

1/10 Thesaban 18 Road, Sa Kaeo Sub District, Mueang, Sa Kaeo, Thailand

8.3 Excellent
$16

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3 stars
Station One
#1 Most popular

Station One

41 Thanawithee Rd Aranyaprathet, Aranyaprathet, Thailand

6.4 Good
$30

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My Room by Sermsub
#2 Most popular

My Room by Sermsub

168 Moo 2, Banmai Nongsai, Aranyaprathet, Thailand

7.3 Good
$21

Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Sa Kaeo

About Sa Kaeo

Sa Kaeo Province is a lush corner of Thailand strewn with national parks and ancient Khmer temples. You can hike on scenic jungle trails, discover rugged canyons and swim in serene waterfall pools. In towns like Aranyaprathet, you'll find colourful markets and sizzling street-food stalls.

Things to do

Escape to Pang Sida National Park, a wildlife-rich nature reserve known for its colourful butterflies, cascading waterfalls and emerald pools. Scenic hiking trails wind through the jungle and offer a unique chance to spot rare birds, such as the banded kingfisher and oriental pied hornbill.

Dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, Sdok Kok Thom is an ancient Khmer temple dating back to the 11th century. It was built using sandstone and laterite, a rock known for its rich red hue. You're welcome to stroll around the grounds, visit the inner sanctuary and admire the intricate stone carvings.

Geology buffs will love visiting Ta Phraya National Park, where you'll find a natural phenomenon known as "Lalu". Formed by wind and water erosion, the rock formations have been carved into dramatic shapes and patterns. The terracotta-coloured rocks look striking against the deep-blue sky.

The laid-back town of Aranyaprathet is a great base for exploring Sa Kaeo Province. It's home to the bustling Rong Kluea Market, where more than 3,000 stalls sell clothes, electronics and toys. If you're hungry, bite into street-food fare like mango sticky rice, pad Thai and fresh fruit smoothies.

Getting around

The town of Sa Kaeo is easy to get around on foot or by using local tuk-tuks and motorcycle taxis. Trains run from Bangkok to Sa Kaeo in around five hours, while long-distance buses run to provinces across Thailand. Sa Kaeo is also a popular base for crossing the Cambodian border.

Sa Kaeo travel FAQs

Sa Kaeo Province is a lush corner of Thailand strewn with national parks and ancient Khmer temples. You can hike on scenic jungle trails, discover rugged canyons and swim in serene waterfall pools. In towns like Aranyaprathet, you'll find colourful markets and sizzling street-food stalls.

Things to do in Sa Kaeo

Escape to Pang Sida National Park, a wildlife-rich nature reserve known for its colourful butterflies, cascading waterfalls and emerald pools. Scenic hiking trails wind through the jungle and offer a unique chance to spot rare birds, such as the banded kingfisher and oriental pied hornbill.

Dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, Sdok Kok Thom is an ancient Khmer temple dating back to the 11th century. It was built using sandstone and laterite, a rock known for its rich red hue. You're welcome to stroll around the grounds, visit the inner sanctuary and admire the intricate stone carvings.

Geology buffs will love visiting Ta Phraya National Park, where you'll find a natural phenomenon known as Lalu". Formed by wind and water erosion, the rock formations have been carved into dramatic shapes and patterns. The terracotta-coloured rocks look striking against the deep-blue sky.

The laid-back town of Aranyaprathet is a great base for exploring Sa Kaeo Province. It's home to the bustling Rong Kluea Market, where more than 3,000 stalls sell clothes, electronics and toys. If you're hungry, bite into street-food fare like mango sticky rice, pad Thai and fresh fruit smoothies.

Getting around Sa Kaeo

The town of Sa Kaeo is easy to get around on foot or by using local tuk-tuks and motorcycle taxis. Trains run from Bangkok to Sa Kaeo in around five hours, while long-distance buses run to provinces across Thailand. Sa Kaeo is also a popular base for crossing the Cambodian border. "

  • Where is the best place to stay in Sa Kaeo?

    Aranyaprathet, Sa Kaeo, and Watthana Nakhon are some of the most favored places to stay in Sa Kaeo.

  • What are the best hotels in Sa Kaeo?

    Chaisuk Bungalow (7.9/10 from 117 reviews), My Room by Sermsub (7.3/10 from 62 reviews), and The Velo's Hotel And Bmx Pump Track (8.0/10 from 122 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Sa Kaeo.