Search reviews
Main | Browse by Ratings | Review a City | Newest Reviews

Want to add a new review?
Your name (optional)
Your email (optional)
Your age *
Your gender *
ZIP/Postal code you lived in
Lived there for *
Text Review (write at least 20 words)
*click the checkbox below to get review questions
Suggested review questions
How would you rate the city on the following?
(example: 1 = not very Artistic ; 5 = very Artistic)


Average Ratings:
Artisticness: 4.0    Calmness: 4.0    Helpfulness: 3.0   
Intellectualness: 3.0    Neatness: 2.0    Outgoingness: 3.0   
Average Resident Personality Test Scores:
Artisticness: 3.00    Calmness: 3.67    Helpfulness: 2.83   
Intellectualness: 3.67    Neatness: 2.67    Outgoingness: 3.00   


Name: | Age: 35 | Gender: Male | ZIP: 32233 | Resident for: 1 month | Added on: 2007-07-10
Artisticness: 4   Calmness: 4   Helpfulness: 3   Intelligence: 3   Neatness: 2   Outgoingness: 3   
Was this review useful? Yes/No | Report spam

What do you like about Nakhon Nayok?
The resort was nice. There are waterfalls there, but did not get a chance to go there. The town has a nice market, and cheap food.

What do you dislike about Nakhon Nayok?
Getting ripped off at the resort. Everything in town costs 1/2 what it does in the resort. Taxis wanted 400 baht to take you to town, which it should only be 100-150 baht.

What are your favorite parts of the city to live and/or hang out in?
There is a nice market in the town center, and a few nightclubs on the outskirts of town. Any taxi driver will know which ones are the best. We liked the Relax Club, but I think that it is a gay bar now.

How expensive is it?
Resort was expensive compared to the town. In the city everything is very reasonable.

Is it safe?

How is the weather?
Typical Thai weather, HOTTT

Additional thoughts?
Buying a Thai mobile phone is worth its weight in gold. There are many cell phone shops in town that you can by a used phone and SIM card for about $40US. Take the numbers of all the taxi drivers that you use that use their meters, then when you need one, just start calling. We spent too much money on taxis during the first week of our trip. Having taxis that use their meters saved us a lot of cash. You can rent a motorbike, but it is dangerous to drive in Thailand, especially on a motorbike.