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CPS Mansion Suphanburi 

Malaiman Rd, Ta Pi Liang 72000(Show on map) 

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Hotel Overview

Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, CPS Mansion Suphanburi is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Suphan Buri. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations. At CPS Mansion Suphanburi, the excellent service and superior facilities make for an unforgettable stay. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, express check-in/check-out, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park are just a few of the facilities that set CPS Mansion Suphanburi apart from other hotels in the city. All guest accommodations feature thoughtful amenities to ensure an unparalleled sense of comfort. The hotel offers wonderful recreational facilities such as spa, massage, garden to make your stay truly unforgettable. Enjoy unparalleled services and a truly prestigious address at the CPS Mansion Suphanburi.


• Check In : 14:00 • Check Out : 12:00 • GMT Time : +07:00 - Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh,Jakarta

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Nearby Attraction

Banharn-Jamsai Tower Chalerm Patara Rachinee Park
The first and the highest 4 – storeyed tower in Thailand, on Nang Pim Rd. Visitors can see the panoramic view of Suphanburi by telescopes on the fourth floor and even narrated pictures of “’Khun Chang Khun Phan”, King Naresuan the Great’s act of bravery. There are souvenir shops and snack bars for visitors. Chalerm Patara Rachinee park in which Banharn-Jamsai Tower is situated, covers the area of 15 rai with botanical gardens in Thai designed pattern, water world for recreation, playground, waterfalls and food center.

Wat Pa Leylai
A great Buddha image “Laung Phor Toh” in the temple was estimated to be built in the early Ayutthaya period. Thai people always come to respect and pray for their wishes. This wat is recorded in the legend of Khun Chang Khun Pan. Behind the temple, you can find old house of Khun Chang.

Wat Pra Sri Ratana Mahathat
This 600-year old monastery was once the center of Suphanpum. Buddha’s relics and Buddha image “Pra Phong Suphan” were kept inside U-Thong Period-Prang.

Wat Phra Loi
was built to house a Buddha image that drifted along the river. The white sandstone Buddha image seated under the Naga hood, presumably carved in Lop Buri period, was taken from the water to be enshrined here.

Wat Khae
This ancient temple where King Rama V visited in 1894, has a huge tamarind tree which Khun Phaen used the magic to turn tamarind leaves to be hornets fighting the enemies. Brass Buddha’s footprint, Buddha sculptures are in the great temple. The Thai style house “Khum Khun Phaen” was built in this area to remind of that period.

Wat noir bhud trang kul
Located at T. Pi harn dang red west of the river Suphan, Wat Phra loi to the north about 2 K.M. along the highway 3507 km 3 is a quiet temple built in the early Rattanakosin within Temple Hall old mural paintings about story rather complete Wall is a painting the beautiful writing about in 1849 the King Rama 3.

Wat Sanam Chai
An abandoned monastery at Tambon sanam Chai, there are only ruins of the northen side of a large pagoda left in which some human relics belonged to warriors died in the battle those days were found. So the name of “unknown Warrior Chedi” is given to this pagoda.

Wat Phra Rup
This is the temple which is located on the shore west of the river Tha Jean opposite market District Suphan Buri City district is a old temple, in last authong in the end, the temple to have a carcass ruins of the Buddha and Chedi in authong in addition Jaydee authong and a Buddha Wood long 221.5 cm wide 74 cm which is the most of it is only one and only in Thailand or in the world, by the road, Lei mansion (Highway 321) found three separate to turn into road Khun Chang driver go straight on about 1 km road opposite temple supply Chumphon

Wat Pratoo Sarn
Visitors can see beautiful wall paintings of Buddha’s story painted in 1848 by the royal painters inside the old temple and some drawings of Buddha’s story painted on canvas kept in Wihara.

Wat Suwannaphum
a temple in Ayutthaya at the beginning located in the Suphan Buri City is interesting about a museum Royal Patriarch to build in 1971 , In Museum is collection of antiques, such as Buddha o'clock weapons betel sets cups glass vase, especially barge sankalok the world in the Sukhothai Land – 18 19, a piece of the Thailand open to visit every day at 08.00 - 16.00 pm (should ask for permission to visit in advance) 0 3552 2331, 0 3552 3603

Thai Farmer National Museum
The museum in front of Town Hall displays rice farming development in Thailand from past till now. Pictures and ploughing equipments which once the Crown Prince used in rice fields at Bueng Phai Khaek in 1986 are also on display.

Buffalo Village
They certainly have quite alot of water buffalos here. All sorts of different types, as well as pygmy water buffalos and albino water buffalos not seen in most zoos. Visitors can pat and touch some of the gentle animals and farmers are there to tell you all about the water buffalos and how they are used in farming, in Thai of course. They also have a nice selection of rare birds in cages that you can get near, some of which have absolutely the strangest chips and calls that I have ever heard.

Wat Pra Noan Fish Sanctuary
It is a popular attraction because of a reclining Buddha. Here is recorded one of UNSEEN IN THAILAND because of the way of reclining Buddha. You rarely seen in else where. Beside the wat, there is fish sanctuary in the Tha Chin River in front of the monastery.

City ShrKine
This shrine, on Malaiman road, placed statues of I-Suan and Narayana engraved on green stones. They are respectable for all Thai and Chinese people.

Wat Phra in and pottery
Temple is old in the city is measured in ruins chedi ruins let left now be treated as

Wat Phra That or Wat Phra That Sala Khao
Local people call it Wat Phra That Nok because of the stupa which is similar to the one in Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat . With a height of 25 metres, the ruined stupa is a bit smaller with a rounder spire.

Sa Saksit
The six ponds here are considered as sacred ponds whose water has been used for royal ceremonies. The Fine Arts Department has registered them all as historical sites, but none has been renovated.

Tha Sadet Bird Sanctuary
15 kilometers from the city, this bird’s living place is popular among nuture-lovers. Forestry Division is responsible of “The Tha Sadet Bird Conservation” here.

Wat Phrao
The temple’s Wihan has distinguished architecture in the Burmese style. The hall houses a Buddha footprint. In the backyard is the library for Buddhist scriptures, which is located in the middle of the pond. Large flocks of flying foxes live on the Java plum trees in the backyard of this temple.

Handicraft Center The West
Locted in the Don gam yang on roadside Malai man , away from the Authong city about 8 km. this center was established to promote and support in the industrial and handicraft family in the area 14 in the west is building products exhibition, handicraft works beautiful award categories, including distribution to the general public in the price moderation

Elephant Center Sib Moo
Locted on the road. Malai man by a fine arts policy in the training, was among the ten disciplines are as follows: was a painter, engraver was carved founder, so it was a puppet among Bush among a limestone and Mu spinner to support intrusion into a work of art and culture, a heritage of the nation

Hotel Features
  • Concierge
  • Currency exchange
  • Dining room
  • Exterior corridor
  • First Aid Assistance
  • Front desk
  • Garden
  • Housekeeping
  • Internet access (Wi-Fi) in public area
  • Lobby
  • Mini market
  • Newspaper
  • Non-smoking room
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Security
  • Smoking Area
  • Wakeup call service


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