Bann Kun Pra Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBann Kun Pra Guesthouse Ayutthaya
Simple, tradional guesthouse with fan-equipped dorm, clean shared showers. Well maintained, great food as well. Best view I ever had in a hostel. Staff speaks limited English, friendly. Good location to grab a bike and do some temple-hopping. Right by the river, so you can catch a boat directly from here as well.
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