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Hi, think we're off to Nakhon Phanom or there about for Songkran this year.

Anyone stayed there recently?

Anyone know of nice accommodation in the Mekong river? 

Can be hotel or bungalow and around B1000 per night.

Thought I'd ask here before Agoda etc.

Thanks.

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3 minutes ago, lungbing said:

Songkran this year was 6 months ago.

Don't forget 

 

Songkran in 2020
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the public holidays for Songkran were postponed until later in the year.

The first of the three substitute holidays took place on Monday July 27th to create a four-day weekend for Deleted's Birthday. The remaining two holidays will take place on Friday September 4th and Monday September 7th, creating another long weekend.

 

I'm guessing the OP is thinking about 2021?

 

#TooSoon

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10 hours ago, carlyai said:

Hi, think we're off to Nakhon Phanom or there about for Songkran this year.

Anyone stayed there recently?

Anyone know of nice accommodation in the Mekong river? 

Can be hotel or bungalow and around B1000 per night.

Thought I'd ask here before Agoda etc.

Thanks.

Songkran this year ??

 

Yom Kippur? Valentine's Day? Pentecost?

 

You're a bit late. But yeah, try Agoda.

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1 hour ago, lungbing said:

Songkran this year was 6 months ago.

No, Songkran was canceled this year and postponed. We had a holiday not long ago which was the Songkran holiday. better late than never. 

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2 minutes ago, teacherclaire said:

No, Songkran was canceled this year and postponed. We had a holiday not long ago which was the Songkran holiday. better late than never. 

Guess he means Loi Loi Krathong? That's on the 31st of October, the lantern and candle Festival. 

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Just now, teacherclaire said:

Guess he means Loi Loi Krathong? That's on the 31st of October, the lantern and candle Festival when people let their floats in the water. 

 

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Your best to check the map on Agoda I think, then prices. Fortune Riverview and Fortune Mekong View take some beating for location right on the river with fantastic views. The newer Blue hotel just out of town is probably would be quieter right on the bicycle path, and has better Laos mountain views.

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I’ve stayed at Chic-Chidkong Boutique Hotel many time’s. 
 

Right opposite the Naga statue in the centre of everything stones throw from the River. 
 

Good value, around 700baht/ night with brekkie. 
 

If you want to go upmarket, The River Hotel is nice around 5 minute drive out of town on the River. Very popular and gets well booked up.  Last time I was there last year they were doing a lot of development  building a new cycle path in front of the hotel so bit of noise. May be finished now. 
 

 

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6 hours ago, Kadilo said:

I’ve stayed at Chic-Chidkong Boutique Hotel many time’s. 
 

Right opposite the Naga statue in the centre of everything stones throw from the River. 
 

Good value, around 700baht/ night with brekkie. 
 

If you want to go upmarket, The River Hotel is nice around 5 minute drive out of town on the River. Very popular and gets well booked up.  Last time I was there last year they were doing a lot of development  building a new cycle path in front of the hotel so bit of noise. May be finished now. 
 

As an aside NP is one of my favourite places to stay  

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