Namkhong Riverside Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNamkhong Riverside Hotel Chiang Khong
We stayed here one night while on a tour with G Adventures. Having arrived late in the evening, the staff was nice enough to keep the restaurant open for us to eat. The room was clean and comfortable and had the basic necessities. Breakfast was included and was good.
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