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After transportation, accommodation is typically the number two expense in your holiday budget. It needn’t be so, however, with a bit of planning and a little creativity. There are many low-cost, yet very clean and comfortable lodgings available throughout Thailand.
Plan to take the night trains to several destinations and sleep on board. Camp out in the cool mountains for a fraction of the cost of a hotel. Choose homestay accommodation and reduce your costs even more. Have a look at our budget selections below and start reducing that number two expense – use the savings for gifts or even add another destination to your itinerary.
There has been a hostel explosion in Bangkok and other large Thai cities in the past few years.
Bed & Breakfasts and guesthouses usually have a warmth and charm that even the best hotels cannot duplicate – at least in the best of cases.
Because of the range and number of hotels, hostels, guesthouses, and B&B’s in Thailand, the prices are very competitive, especially in the low season (outside of Western winters).
Homestays are in many ways the ideal type of accommodation, including for the budget traveler.
Thais love and know nature and the outdoors to an often impressive degree, and they love sharing it with others.