Amidst the daily hustle and bustle that is modern life along Charoenrat Road on the West bank of the Ping River, there is a dark brown, earth tiled, wooden house, which looks as though it has worn all the signs of time.
It is a wooden house with high ceilings with a roof built in the pan ya style showcasing its Burmese influence. It is believed that the house was built for more than 140 years ago. RarinJinda Wellness Spa Resort appreciates the value of this historical home, and is determined to preserve its antique character.
Today, the house is alive again, in its traditional style. “RarinJinda House” was given The Architectural Conservation Award 2007 in person by H.R.H Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, from ASA organization. RarinJinda House is ideal for guests who appreciate history and its warmth. The upper floor is completely devoted to meeting and events room that is permeated by the comfortable ambiance of days gone by. RarinJinda is proud to have this house as a living space for all its guests.