We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews the river day trip victory monument chao phraya last stop long tail boat get away man made island market area fish cakes nonthaburi pier per person fries rented bicycles busy bangkok away from the hustle and bustle on foot
This island is effectively man-made. Ko Kret is an artificial ‘island’, the result of a canal being dug nearly 300 years ago to shorten an oxbow bend in the Chao Phraya River. The labouring was carried out by the Mon people who are now the...More
Kho Kret was a nice break from the busy Bangkok. On our afternoon visit, we found ourselves in what looks like a place where locals like to escape to for a nice afternoon or evening out.
We took the Chao Phraya express boat for 15...More
I have been to koh kret many times. Its a really nice and chilled out place to spend an afternoon watching the locals ply their trade. No cars on the island is a bonus. I always go on a weekend... do not fall into the...More
We’d heard very positive input about this island from friends, but it exceeded expectations. A beautiful, relaxed bicycle ride around the island, tasty inexpensive lunch at a remote house resto overlooking the river, then a fun time looking at handcrafts neat the big temple. We...More
I went to Koh Kret in Nonthaburi province. It is one of attraction that good for local people and foreigner to get the experience here. You have to use the private boat crossing to Koh Kret. There are varieties of attration temples, food, and cafe...More
A truely rural Thai setting within a stone throw of Bangkok. I got there by taking the BTS to Victory Monument, the Route 166 bus to Pak Kret (the conductor let me know when to get off) and walked around the back of the shops...More
Koh Kret is In Nonthuburi a fair distance from the tourist areas of Bangkok,however is a pleasant trip and you should not be put off. BTS to Saphan Taksin, make your way to the pier and purchase a ticket to Nonthuburi pier 15 Baht
Nice place to go by boat . Look for Wat Sanam Nuea Pier and it is very easy to cross to the place from there . 2 Baht /person by shuttle boat .
Please note that the pottery museum is only open on Saturday and...More
We decided to make the trip upriver on a Sunday (forget the guidebooks and riverboat timetables which are all misleading - more later).
It is a delightful island just off Pakret - full of Thais eating, praying, enjoying family fun. According to one local shopkeeper...More
Response from fcnowhereman | Reviewed this property |
Hi there! When we reached Pak Kret, we chance upon the boat 'guided' (not quite a guided tour, as the boat operator will bring you to Ko Kret & tell you to look through the place that sales tourist souvenirs & drinks... More
Hi there! When we reached Pak Kret, we chance upon the boat 'guided' (not quite a guided tour, as the boat operator will bring you to Ko Kret & tell you to look through the place that sales tourist souvenirs & drinks & snacks for about half an hour, while he will wait in his boat when we are done.
The day I went it is mostly filled with locals with only me as a foreigner from Singapore, and with my girlfriend who is a Thai, she will translate it for me.