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In Thai, Bangkok is known as the "City of Angels", a name which may be a little misguided. Bangkok is the capital and largest city of Thailand, a magnetic and impressive city with many attractions for travellers. Bangkok offers a snap-shot of the cultural makeup of Thailand, since it is inhabited by people from throughout the country. It is possible to find food and goods from all over Thailand in Bangkok. Bangkok may not be the kind of city you'd fall in love with (it's very commercial), but it is an amazing city nonetheless.
The most famous, or infamous, area in Bangkok is the Pat Pong area, which is heavily populated by lady boys. Lady boys are trans-gendered males who dress and act like girls. But other than that the small roadside stalls in Pat Pong are one of the best places to get a bargain on shirts, shoes and the like - just remember that most of the stuff is fake. This is also a dangerous area, with heavy mafia connection, so it's best to maintain a low profile and not to get into arguments with the stall owners.
Sukhumvit is both the business and the primary expat district of Bangkok. Filled with international restaurants, hotels, and markets, it is a great - though rather large - neighborhood to wander around. It also has some great - and some seedy - nighttime entertainment. It is more posh than other areas of the city, and can therefore be heavier on the wallet.
Khao San is the backpacker's neighbourhood located near to the river, and the palace complexes in the centre. Filled with dingy backpackers accommodation and moderately-priced guesthouses, this is the place where most people begin and end their trip to Thailand. Loads of cheap street food and typical tourist market gear. Loads of travel companies, loads of tailor shops, loads of bars and restaurants. Loads of massage parlors. A fun time, but this is not the real Bangkok.
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The temples in the centre of town are worth visiting to admire the intricate way in which they were built. Remember to comply with the dresscode, that comes with visiting temples. In the bigger temples, clothes can be rented.
In the middle of the centre of Bangkok you will find the complex of temples of Wat Phrakaew. It includes the temple of the Emerald Buddha, the most important Buddha statue in Thailand. You will also find many other temples, spires and pieces of art. The Grand Palace that is also located within the complex is nowadays only used for ceremonial purposes.
The Reclining Buddha is the most famous and largest statue that can be found in Wat Phra Chetuphon Vimolmangklararm Rajwaramahaviharn temple complex, which is more familiar under the much shorter name of Wat Pho. The complex houses over a thousand images of Buddha and is considered to be the birthplace of the traditional Thai Massage. The statue of the reclining Buddha is painted with gold plating. The soles of the feet are decorated with 108 auspicious signs of the Buddha made out of mother of pearl in Thai and Chinese styles.
The temple complex of Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan is located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river. The most eye catching feature of the temple is the central prang in the Khmer style. You can climb the steep stairs of the prang to get a great view of Central Bangkok and the river. Most people arrive by boat, crossing the river after seeing the other main temples. Make sure to take a little bit more time to also see the rest of the complex before heading back to the east bank. The prangs are being renovated at the moment.
Hire a longtail boat for a fascinating tour along the Klongs (canals) and see how many Bangkok people still live.
Safari World is the open zoo and it has two parts. The first part comprises looking at the animals in the wild from special buses but one can only stay in the bus and look at the wild animals from giraffes to lions to hippos to a lot of other species. The other part is about special performances by the animals which have been domesticated. The shows include the dolphin show, the parrot show, elephant and the snake show. Besides there are also some performances like the Wild West Show and a show inspired from the James Bond movie. The performers do a good job with the audience truly involved. You have to devote an entire day or at least half a day for the Safari World.
The crocodile farm is also a treat where one can see live crocodiles playing with their handlers from close range.
A number of company's are running cycle tours. These are a great way to meet people, and see the city in a way not many others would, and places not many other tourists would venture. A nice cycle tour company is Follow Me Bike Tours that offers cycling tours through China Town and the Green Lung.
If the concrete jungle get too much for you, and you want to escape, there are a couple of options:
Bangkok has lots of shopping malls:
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Here are some of the other great places to shop in Bangkok:
Probably one of the best festivals worldwide, Songkran is the ultimate water fight. For three days every April, residents young and old crowd the streets to throw water at one another. Some do it from the back of pickup trucks plying the roads, but most wander the districts of Silom or Khao San shooting water guns at one another. Sometimes you get a bit of clay smudged along your clothing and face. A lot of alcohol is drunk by most, loud music blasts from invisible speakers, and going outside without getting wet is impossible.
Loi Krathong is a beautiful, more quiet festival in November. Celebrating the water spirits, in the evening of this festival, people light candles on floating containers made out of bread or styrofoam and decorated with flowers, and send the floating decorations out into rivers. It's beautiful to see thousands of tiny fires floating out to sea, and the locals will often let foreigners light their containers and send them off.
Although Thailand has 3 seasons (hot, rainy and warm/dry), Bangkok tends to have only two. These two seasons are the hot and then the rainy season because it is normally only pleasantly warm in Bangkok for about a few weeks or so per year during December/January. The heat builds up after January and around May it is possible to experience a temperature above 40 °C and a humidity close to 100%. The rainy season normally starts in June. The rainy season does not mean that the rain is pouring down all day long but is normally restricted to a heavy shower once a day. Sometimes the rain persists for hours and the enormous amount of rainwater is not able to escape in the sours so floods are not uncommon in Bangkok during the rainy season. The rain cools down the air somewhat, but the humidity is still very high. The warm/dry season ought to start around October but as mentioned above, Bangkokians do not perceive this season as anything different from the hot and dry season. Even during the dry season it is not uncommon that Bangkok receives a shower once in a while but it rarely leads to floods.
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Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is the main airport in Bangkok. Located about 25 kilometres east of downton Bangkok, it opened in september 2006 for most domestic and all international flights. It is one of the busiest airports in Asia and has connections to many intercontinental destinations, as well as hundreds of flights in Asia. Although it has only 1 terminal, it's the 4th largest in the world, after Dubai, Beijing and Hong Kong. Several budget airlines, such as Air Asia, operate from here making for cheap flights. There are even IATA agents in the airport that can easily arrange tickets to cities in Thailand or neighboring countries day of if necessary. There are several public buses that go to and from the airport all over the city. If you take a taxi the cost should be between 300-400 bhat plus a 50 bhat surcharge.
Some of the main destinations from Bangkok include London, Paris, Amsterdam, Sydney, Tokyo, Berlin, Beijing, Moscow, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Vienna, Hanoi, Rome, Hong Kong, Dubai, Jakarta, Bahrain, Tel Aviv, Delhi, Singapore, Melbourne, Frankfurt, Kathmandu, Phnom Penh, Zürich, Auckland and Istanbul.
Don Muang Airport (DMK) is the old airport in Bangkok. Currently only Thai Airway non-connection domestic flights, Nok Air domestic flights and One-Two-Go domestic are using this airport. Right now metered taxi is the only way to get to and from the airport.
From the Suvarnabhumi Airport to Bangkok:
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Bangkok - Malaysia - Singapore
Although technically only the famous (and expensive!) Orient Express travels directly between Bangkok and Singapore once a week, travelling by train between these two destinations is a blessing and much more comfortable than taking the bus again. You have to break up your journey at least once in Butterworth from where there are ferries to the island of Penang.
From Singapore there is one daily train to Butterworth, where you have to spend the night, before travelling to the southern Thai city of Hat Yai, where you have to change trains again for Bangkok. Between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur there are 3 trains a day, one of which is a sleeper train. It takes 6.5 hours during the day and 9 hours for the sleeper.
In the other direction, strangely enough, the train from Bangkok travels directly to Butterworth in Malaysia. From here there are 2 daily trains and 1 night train to Kuala Lumpur, with onward connection to Singapore again 3 times a day, of which one is a sleeper.
Buses connect Bangkok with almost any major Thai city, including regular connections to Pattaya, Phuket, Krabi, Ayyutaya, Phitsanoluk, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and cities in the northeast of the country. There are also minibuses, they arrive and leave from Victory Monument. They depart when full, usually each 10–30 minutes. Fare is usually similar to long-distance buses with the same destination (if there are any). Other way, it could be estimated as 1 baht/km.
Some useful destinations: Ayutthaya (around 70 baht), Lopburi, Nava Nakorn (50 baht, for Don Mueang Airport or to get out along hwy 1 for hitching to the north/northeast), Min Buri (around 30 baht, for Siam Park), Suvarnabhumi Airport (40 baht), Pattaya (130 baht), Rayong, Ban Phe (for Ko Samet), Chanthaburi, Kanchanaburi, Phra Ram 2 (to the highway, for hitching to southern Thailand), Samut Songkhram, Samut Sakhon, Phetchaburi, Hua Hin. Destinations are written on the front and the side of the minibuses in Thai, so you should ask drivers or ticket sellers about your destination. Minivans are usually the fastest way of transportation because they take elevated expressways right from Victory Monument, thus avoiding traffic jams. Another advantage is that they start from the city centre of Bangkok and usually arrive at the city centre of their destination. Normal long distance buses sometimes stop further away from the city centre. Minibus drivers used to drive at very high speed, though 2012 there was a government campaign to enforce speed limits for them, after a few major accidents. A disadvantage of minibuses is that leg room is limited, and might be not comfortable for tall people.
Not many people come to Bangkok by boat, but there are some cruise ships that berth at the city. Large ships must dock at Laem Chabang Port, about 90 minutes southeast of Bangkok and about 30 minutes north of Pattaya. A taxi service desk is available on the wharf, but charges extortionate prices for a trip to Bangkok, a whopping 2,600 baht to charter a taxi (4 passengers), or about 5,000 baht to charter a minibus (usually 11 passenger seats). Slightly lower prices can be found by walking out to the main road, about 4,000 baht for a minibus, but even these rates are still almost double the typical rate in the opposite direction.
Smaller ships may dock further upriver at Khlong Toei Port, close to Bangkok's city centre. A modest terminal provides processing for passengers (who may receive Thai customs and immigration processing on-board), as well as offering "managers" who arrange tours and taxis. Reaching major hotels and other points of interest is much cheaper than from Laem Chabang, but can vary according to the passenger's negotiating skills. The facility is not close to the MRT stop of Khlong Toei, so the best way to get there is by metered taxi.
If you need to cover short distances, you can hire the three wheeled tuk tuk. Be aware that people have been mugged by tuk tuk drivers before, so make sure your driver is taking you to the right place.
You can use public bus service operated by the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority. Also check this Interactive Bus Map to get around the city. The Bangkok Metro System and the BTS Skytrain provide fast and frequent services.
The Skytrain covers most of downtown and is especially convenient for visiting Siam Square. There are two lines: the light green Sukhumvit Line travels along Sukhumvit Road, Siam Square and then follows Phahonyothin Road up north, where it terminates at Mo Chit (N8), near the Chatuchak Weekend Market. The dark green Silom Line starts in Petchkasem Road (Bang Wa Station, S12), passes the Express Boat pier at Saphan Taksin (S6), goes through the Silom area and ends at National Stadium (W1), right next to MBK Center. Both lines come together at Siam (CEN), where you can interchange between them. Unfortunately, there is no station near Khao San Road, but you can take the Express Boat from Phra Arthit Pier to Sathorn Pier, where you can switch onto the Skytrain.
You must have 5 or 10 baht coins to purchase Skytrain tickets from vending machines, so hold on to them. At some stations there is a single touchscreen machine that will accept 20, 50 and 100 baht notes, but there is often a queue to use it. Fares range from 15 to 55 baht depending upon how many zones you are travelling. Consult the map (in English) near each ticket machine. If you do not have coins, queue for change from the staff at the booth. If you are in town for several days (or will make several visits during the next 30 days), weigh your options and consider a rechargeable stored-value card (from 100 baht, with a 30 baht refundable deposit and a 30 baht non-refundable card cost), a "ride all you like" tourist pass (from 120 baht per day) or a multiple ride pass of 20 trips or more to any zone (15 trips cost 345 baht, 25 trips cost 550 baht; plus a 30 baht refundable deposit for a rechargeable card that is valid for 5 years). They will certainly save you time, scrambling for coins, and maybe even money. Check for information with the English speaking staff.
The MRT finally opened in July 2004. For now there is only one line, the Blue Line that connects the central Hualamphong Train Station (1) to the northern Bang Sue Train Station (18), running through Silom, Sukhumvit, Ratchadaphisek and areas around Chatuchak Weekend Market in Phahonyothin. There are interchanges to the Skytrain at Si Lom (3), Sukhumvit (7) and Chatuchak Park (16) stations.
Tourists do not use the metro as much as the Skytrain, but there are some useful stops. The terminus at Hua Lamphong (1) provides a good access to Yaowarat. If you're going to the Chatuchak Weekend Market, don't get out at Chatuchak Park, but go one stop further to Kamphaeng Phet (17) as it drops you right inside the market.
Metro tickets are not interchangeable with Skytrain tickets. Fares range from 16 to 40 baht and are based on distance; pre-paid cards of up to 1,000 baht are also available. For single ride fares, a round plastic token is used. It is electronic: simply wave it by the scanner to enter; deposit it in a slot by the exit gate leave.
A ride on the Chao Phraya River should be high on any tourist's agenda. The cheapest and most popular option is the Chao Phraya Express Boat, basically an aquatic bus cruising up and down the river. The basic service goes from Wat Rajsingkorn (S4) all the way north to Nonthaburi (N30), with stops at most of Rattanakosin's major attractions including the Grand Palace (at Tha Chang) and Wat Pho (at Tha Tien). The closest pier to Khao San Road is Phra Arthit. Enter the express boat at the numerous piers and pay the conductor for the trip. She will approach you bearing a long metal ticket dispenser. At some bigger piers you can buy the ticket before boarding. When the metal cylinder lady approaches you, just show her the ticket you bought on the pier.
The Saen Saep Express Boat serves the long Saen Saep Canal, one of the remaining canals (khlong) that used to flow through Bangkok. Mostly used by locals to commute to work, the service is cheap and you get to see the "backside" of the neighbourhoods, so to speak. Also, It is immune to Bangkok's notorious traffic jams. The total distance is 18 kilometres, and the service operates from 05:30am to 8:30pm.
Finally, for trips outside set routes, you can hire a long-tail river taxi at any major pier. These are fairly expensive and will attempt to charge as much as 500 baht/hr, but with some haggling they may be suitable for small groups. To circumvent the mafia-like touts who attempt to get a large cut for every ride, agree for the price of the shortest possible ride (30 minutes), then negotiate directly with the captain when on board.
Many of Bangkok's main attractions are within 5 kilometres from Siam Square. Walking long distances in hot weather along busy streets can be exhausting, but is a good way to get to see the city up close. Just drink plenty of water and watch out for uneven surfaces and motorcyclists. Food leftovers and the occasional surprises left by stray animals are other reasons to look where you're going. Be careful when crossing the road, even if you have a green light. Drivers turning left on red often do so without indicators and without yielding to pedestrians. Drivers will not stop or slow down at crosswalks without traffic lights. When waiting to cross at major intersections with rounded corners, stand well away from the road, as turning motorcyclists may lean over the curb in order to squeeze past other vehicles. Always use pedestrian overpasses when available. Expect to be accosted by taxi and tuk-tuk drivers and hustlers demanding to know where you're going, insisting that there is nothing to see ahead, and attempting to usher you to various businesses. Most will quickly move on to their next mark if ignored or firmly dismissed.
Although not recommended, there are some options and several companies offer tours.
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All kinds of foods are available in Bangkok and Thais loves to eat. Local food from all over Thailand can be obtained here and it is also possible to find Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese and Western food. Food can be very cheap with a bowl of noodles for just 25 baht (approximately US$1 US) from a street stall. Many restaurants offer main courses for around 100 baht per dish and it is normally possible to find at least one waiter or waitress who is able to speak English. But it is also possible to find more expensive restaurants which are more exclusively decorated and have fine service. Almost every shopping centre in Bangkok also has a food centre. Here it is quite common to buy coupons upon entry, and then choose between the food in small stalls along the walls. The food and drink are paid for with the coupons and if any coupons remains you can exchange them for money upon exit. The more expensive shopping centres tend to have more sophisticated (and more expensive) food too. Thai people like to eat spicy food (spicy=phet) and add chilli to almost anything. However, they are aware that most Westerners prefer non-spicy food and you will often not get any bad surprises except if you order spicy food, which actually means really spicy!
Besides ordinary food, it is possible to buy all kinds of snacks and fruits in the streets and shopping centres of Bangkok. Grilled chicken, beef, pork and banana are very common snacks and if you choose some of the meat you should also order a bag of sticky rice. One stick of pork or beef normally costs 5-10 baht, while chicken is more expensive simply because it is bigger. Strange snacks can also be found in some parts of Bangkok, including Khao San Road. This can be as strange as fried insects of all kinds: grasshoppers, worms, bills and so on. But don't get scared by the looks of it; most of it just tastes like french fries so it is worth trying.
Best Thai Food to try:
Water is a very essential drink in Bangkok, as well as in the rest of Thailand simply because of the heat. Drinking water can be bought from 5 baht and up per litre. In addition to this you can buy soft drinks like Coke and Fanta at many places for just 10 baht. Normally the bottle will be emptied in a small plastic bag and ice will be added. This way you can walk around with your soft drink without worrying what to do with the empty bottle after finishing your drink. Beer is also very common and the most common are Singha and Chang, which are normally served with ice in restaurants. It is also possible to buy beer in supermarkets and smaller shops and they cost around 25-30 baht for a small bottle and 40-45 baht for at big bottle. In addition to this it is possible to buy iced tea and coffee from street stalls and supermarkets as well as energizer drinks. Fruit juices of various kinds are also quite common and sometimes it is possible to find fresh sugarcane juice as well.
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|13 Coins Airport Grand Resort||37,37/1-3,39 Rama 9 Soi 57 (Visetsuk 3) Suanluang||Hotel||-|
|13 Coins Airport Hotel Minburi||11/18-21 Moo 11 Ramkumhuang Road (Sukapiban 3)||Hotel||-|
|13 Coins Airport Hotel Ngam Wong Wan (Domestic)||30/19 Moo 9 Bangkhen Muang Nontaburi||Hotel||-|
|13 Coins Antique Villa (Downtown)||304 Surawongse Rd.1||Guesthouse||-|
|13 Coins Hotel Bang Yai||56/2 Moo 6 Sowtonghin Road Bang Yai Nontaburi||Hotel||-|
|13 Coins Hotel Tiwanon (Impact Arena)||99/9 Moo 3 Banmai Road Bakret Nontaburi||Hotel||-|
|13 Coins Resort Bangna||21/817-9 Moo 12 Bangna||Hotel||-|
|13 Coins Resort Yotin Pattana||141 Soi Yotin Pattana Ramintra/Ekamai Expressway Bangkok, Thailand||Hotel||-|
|13 Coins Tower Hotel Ratchada||252/3 Ratchadapisek Road Huaykwang||Hotel||-|
|238 Guest House||238 Pahurad Road Pranakorn||Guesthouse||-|
|48 Ville||94/1 Phaholayothin Road, Phaholayothin Soi 48 Anusaovaree, Bangkhen||Hostel||77|
|@Hua Lamphong||326/1 Rama IV Road, Mahaphruttharam, Bangrak, Bangkok||Hostel||80|
|Adelphi Grande Bangkok||16 Sukhumvit Soi 41||Hotel||-|
|Admiral Suites||Sukhumvit Soi 22||Hotel||-|
|Airport Link Guesthouse Pratunam Bangkok||1091/155 New Petchburi RD Soi 33, Makasan District.||Hostel||-|
|Amarin Inn||96 Trok Surau Chakrapong Prasumen Road (Off Pra Athit Road),Banglumpoo, Pra||Guesthouse||83|
|Aspen Suites||65/1 Sukhumvit Soi 2||Hotel||-|
|Atrium Boutique Hotel||258 Pracha-U-Thit Rd. Huay-Kwang Bangkok||Hotel||-|
|Bally's Studio Suites Silom||10 Silom Road Soi 2 Silom Road Suriyawongse Bangrak||Apartment||-|
|Ban Sabai Hostel||8/137 Moo 3 Soi Sahakorn 15 Lat Phrao 71, BKK. 10||Hostel||78|
|Ban Yai||1908 Bangkok-Nonthaburi 46, Bangsue||HOSTEL||-|
|Bangkok Centre Sukumvit 25||2 Sukumvit 25 Sukumvit rd Wattana||Hostel||-|
|Bangkok Rama Place||1546 Pattanakarn road Suan-Luang||Hotel||-|
|Banglumpoo Place Khaosan||84 Phra Sumeru road Phranakorn||Guesthouse||67|
|BBB Inn||918 Rama 4 Road Bang Rak||Guesthouse||-|
|Be My Guest Bed and Breakfast||212/4 Nathong1 Lane (Ratchadaphisek7) Ratchadaphisek Road, Dindaeng||Guesthouse||86|
|Bed in Bangkok||894 Petchkasem Road Soi 77/7 Nongkhaem||Guesthouse||-|
|Bhiman Inn||55 Phra Suman Rd.(connecting with Phra Arthit Rd.) Banglampu,||Hotel||79|
|Bluefin Guesthouse||76 Soi Sriyan 3, Nakornchaisri Road Dusit, Bangkok||Guesthouse||80|
|Boonsiri Place Hotel||55 Buranasat Rd Pranakorn||Hotel||81|
|BS Residence Suvarnabhumi||836/2 Ladkrabang Rd., Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand 10520||Hostel||84|
|Budacco||122/44-46, Ratchaprarop Rd., Thanon-Phyathai, Rajthewi||Hotel||-|
|Buddy Lodge||265 Khaosan Rd. Taladyod, Phranakorn 10200||Hotel||82|
|Chada Hostel||216/6 Khao san road phra na korn||Hostel||-|
|Charoendee||189 Khao San Rd.||Hostel||-|
|Citin Pratunam||88/19 Ratchaprarop Road, Phayathai Ratchathewi||Hotel||-|
|Cozy Bangkok Place||41/146-148 Soi sunthonpimol, rama 4 rd., Prathumwan||Hostel||89|
|Diamond House Khaosan||4 Samsen Road, Banglampoo Phranakorn||Hostel||-|
|Discovery Lodge||234 Rachadaphisek Road Huai Khwang||Hostel||-|
|Erawan House||17/1-2 Chanasonkharm, Phra-Artid Road Phranakorn||Guesthouse||81|
|Floral Shire Resort||56,Soi Lad Ka Bang42 Lad Ka Bang Bangkok||Hotel||80|
|Galleria@SUBWAY||24 Soi Pracharajbumpen 1 Ratchadapisek Road||Apartment||-|
|Grand Lucky Hotel||6/2-5 Sukhumvit Road Soi 3||Hotel||-|
|Grand President||14, 16 Sukhumvit Soi 11||Hotel||-|
|Grande Ville Hotel||903 Mahachai rd Pranakorn||Hotel||-|
|HI-Sukhumvit||Sukhumvit Soi 38, Sukhumvit Rd, BangKok||Hostel||86|
|Hostelling International Bangkok Hostel||25/15 Phitsanulok Rd. Dusit||Hostel||82|
|Hotel De Moc||78 Prajatippatai Road Pranakorn||Hotel||85|
|Hotel Woodlands Inn||1158/5-7- Charoen Krung Road 32 Near silom and suriwonge Road||Hotel||75|
|House 1150||1150 Soi Satupradit 20 ,Satupradit road Rama III||Apartment||79|
|HQ Hostel Bangkok||5/3-4, Silom Soi 3, Silom Road||Hostel||85|
|Imm Fusion Sukhumvit||50 Sukhunvit Rd. Prakanong, Klongtoei||Hotel||-|
|JL Bangkok||Soi Ramkhamhaeng 23 Huamark Bangkapi||Guesthouse||-|
|K.S. House Guesthouse||133 Phrasumen Road, Chanasongkram||Guesthouse||76|
|L.A.Tower||46/1 Soi Intamara corner 47 Dindaeng Huakwang||Hotel||-|
|Lub d Bangkok Silom||4 Decho Road Suriyawong Bangrak||Hostel||91|
|Monaco Bangkok||71 Marcopolo Building, Sukhumvit 2 Klongtoey||Apartment||-|
|Mariya Boutique Residence at Suvarnbhumi Airport||1627/2 Latkrabang Road Latkrabang||Hotel||81|
|Metro Point Bangkok||666 Soi Ladprao 130 (Ramkhamhaeng 81) Ladprao Rd Ramkhamhaeng Rd Klongjun||Hotel||-|
|MHC-Guesthouse||8/4 Sukhumvit 28 Klongton,Klongtoey||Guesthouse||-|
|Mirth Sathorn Hotel||60/1-5 Sathorn Soi 4, North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangrak||Hotel||-|
|New Empire Hotel||572 Yaowaraj Road Sampanthawong||Hotel||61|
|New Joe Guesthouse||81 Trokmayom Chakrapongse road Taladyod Pranakorn||GUESTHOUSE||75|
|New Road Guest House||1216/1 Charoen Krung between soi 34 and 36||Hostel||79|
|New World City Hotel||2 Samsen Rd Banglumpoo, Banpanthom, Pranakorn||Hotel||-|
|Niras Bankoc Cultural Hostel||204-206 Maha Chai Rd. Samranrach Phra-Nakorn||HOSTEL||88|
|Omni Tower Bangkok||69 Sukhuvmit Soi 4||Hotel||-|
|On8 Sukhumvit Bangkok||162 Sukhumvit Road, at Sukhumvit Soi 8||Hotel||-|
|Padi Madi Guest House||2/7 Sukhumvit Soi 53 Wattana||Guesthouse||-|
|Penpark Place||22 Samsen 3, Samsen road Sampraya, Pranakorn, Bangkok||Hostel||80|
|Phiman Water View||123 Samsen Soi 5, Samsen Rd., Banglumphu, Phranakorn Bangkok||Hotel||-|
|Phong Apartment||125 Ratchada Soi 13, Ratchadaphisek Road. Dindaeng||Guesthouse||79|
|President Park||95 Sukhumvit Soi 24||Hotel||-|
|Prince Palace Hotel||488/800 Bobae Tower Pomprab Klongmahanak||Hotel||-|
|Princeton Park Suites||No. 3 Mitrmaitri Road Din Daeng District 10400||Hotel||-|
|Queen's Garden Resort||Soi 7, On Nuch Road, Lat Krabang||Hotel||-|
|Rambuttri Village Inn||95 Soi Ram Buttri, Chakkra Phong Road Nakorn||Hotel||85|
|Ratchada 17 Place||368 Ratchada Soi 17, Ratchadaphisek Road Dindaeng||Guesthouse||-|
|Refill Now||191 Soi Pridi Bhanomyong 42 Sukhumvit 71||Hostel||86|
|Regent Suvarnabhumi||30/1, 32/1 Ladkrabang 22, Ladkrabang Rd.||Hotel||-|
|Rikka Inn||259 Khaosan Road Phra Nakorn||Hotel||82|
|River View Guest House||768 Soi Phanurangsri, Songwad Rd., Talad Noi, Sampanthawong||HOSTEL||-|
|Roof View Place||90/1 Samesean Soi 6 Banpanthom, Pranakorn||Hostel||83|
|Royal Asia Lodge||#91, Soi 8 off Sukhumvit Road Klongtoey||Hotel||-|
|Royal Ivory Bangkok||73 Sukhumvit Soi 4||Hotel||89|
|Royal President||43 Sukhumvit Soi 15||Hotel||-|
|Sam Sen Sam||48 Samsen Rood, Soi Samsen 3 Banglampoo||Hostel||85|
|Sam's Lodge||28-28/1 Sukhumvit Soi 19 Wattana||Guesthouse||79|
|Samsen 5 Lodge||58/1 soi samsen5 ,samsen rd,pranakorn pranakorn||Guesthouse||-|
|Sathorn Grace Service Residence||81/1 Soi 11, Sathorn Road Yannawa, Sathorn||Hotel||-|
|Sawasdee Bangkok Inn||126/2 Khaosan Rd., Banglumpu, Pranakorn, Bkk||Hotel||76|
|Sawasdee Banglumpoo Inn||162 Khaosan Rd., Banglumphu, Pranakorn, Bkk.||Hotel||70|
|Sawasdee Khaosan Inn||18 Chakapong Rd., Banglumphu, Pranakorn, Bkk.||Hotel||70|
|Sawasdee Smile inn||35 Soi Rongmai, Chao Fa Rd., Phanakhon Bkk||Hotel||-|
|Sawasdee Sukhumvit Inn||123 Sukhumvit 57 Prakanong||Hotel||-|
|Sawasdee Welcome Inn||5-7 Soi Rongmai, Chao Fa Rd., Phanakorn, Bkk.||HOSTEL||70|
|Seven Place Executive Residences||988 Seven Place, Sukhumvit 71 Klongton nue, Wattana||Hotel||-|
|Shanghai Mansion Bangkok Boutique Hotel||479-481 Yaowaraj Road, Samphantawong||Hotel||-|
|Siam Piman Hotel, Suvarnabhumi Airport||No.8 Ramkhamhaeng soi.170, Ramkhamhaneng Road, Min||Hotel||-|
|Siam Star Hotel||178/7 Rajprarop 5 Road Pratunam||Hotel||62|
|Silom City Hotel||72 Soi Prachum (Silom 22) Silom Rd. Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand||Hotel||82|
|Silver Gold Garden,Suvarnabhumi Airport||541/1 On-nut Rd.,Huatakhe Market,Latkrabang||Hostel||66|
|Sinad Guesthouse||1 Samsen Rd.,Banglamphu Pranakorn||Guesthouse||-|
|Sinsuvarn Airport Sutie||73 Soi Latkrabang 30, On-nut Latkrabang Rd.,Latkrabang,||Hotel||80|
|Siri Sathorn||27 Saladaeng I, Silom Road Bangrak||Hotel||-|
|Sivalai Place||168 Soi Isaraphab 33 Isaraphab rd, Thra Pra Bangkok-Yai, Thonburi||Hostel||85|
|Smart Suites||43/17 Sukhumvit 11||Hotel||-|
|Baan Cedarberg Bangkok||125/2 Sukhumvit 89, Sukhumvit Rd. Bangchak Prakhanong||HOSTEL||-|
|Sukhumvit Soi 1Backpackers Hostel||220/7 Sukhumvit soi 1||Hostel||-|
|Take a Nap||920-926 Rama4 Rd. Silom district||Hostel||80|
|Thai Cozy House||111/1-3 Tanee road Taladyod Pranakorn||Hostel||78|
|The Best Bangkok House||68/1-4 The End of Soi 15 Petchaburi Road Pratunam||Hotel||-|
|The Blooms Residence||203/1 Soi Sribumphen Thung Maha Mek, Sathorn||Guesthouse||78|
|The Imperial Queen's Park Hotel||199 Sukhumvit soi 22 Klongton, Klongtoei||Hotel||-|
|The Key Bangkok||19-19/1, Soi.Sukhumvit 19, Sukhumvit Road. Wattana||Hotel||-|
|The Miami Hotel Sukhumvit Soi 13||2 Sukhumvit Soi 13 KlongToey Naue, Wattana, Bangk||Hostel||80|
|The Overstay||100m before Charan Soi 40||Hostel||69|
|The Rajata||46 Samsen Soi 6 Banglumphu||Hotel||-|
|The Siam City Hotel||477 Si Ayuthaya rd Phayathai||Hotel||-|
|The Tawana Bangkok||80 Surawongse Road Bangrak||Hotel||-|
|The Twin Towers Hotel||88 Rong Muang Patumwan||Hotel||81|
|The Urban Age||130/6 Silom soi 8 Silom Rd.||Hostel||71|
|The Victory Executive Residences||37 Soi Sri Ayuthaya 12 Sri Ayuthaya Road,Rajthevee||Hotel||-|
|TheRoomBKK||86 Prasumeru Road Taladyod, Pranakorn||Hostel||-|
|Thong Ta Resort And Spa||1894 Latkrabang Road||Hostel||79|
|Tonaor Place||67/2 soi jarensak huawkwang bangkok 10320||Hotel||-|
|Golden Tulip Essentail Vasu||99/1 Wisutkasat Road Bang Khun-Prom, Pra Na-Korn||HOTEL||-|
|Tuptim Bed&Breakfast||82 Rambuttri Road, Next to Khao San Road, Banglumpu||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Udee Bangkok||49 Pradiphat Soi 19, Pradiphat Rd., Phayathai||Hostel||87|
|Urban House||35/13 Soi Yommarat, Saladaeng Road, Silom||Guesthouse||84|
|Vabua Asotel Bangkok||392 Ladprao Soi 130||HOTEL||84|
|Viengtai Hotel||42 Tanee Road, Banglampu||Hotel||-|
|Wendy House||36/2 Soi Kasemson 1, Rama 1 Road Patumwan||Guesthouse||83|
|Win Long Place Hotel & Service Apartment||1179/42 Chareonkrung Soi 47 Bangrak||HOTEL||-|
|Winnie House||777/24 Pracharatbumpenh Road SamsenNok, HuayKwang||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Woraburi Sukhumvit||128/1 Sukhumvit Soi 4 Klongtoey Bangkok 10110||HOTEL||-|
|YHA Bangkok Airport||58/203 KingKaew 58 KingKaew Rd,Bangplee,||Hostel||-|
|YHA Bangkok Downtown||395/4 Silom Road (Near Silom 7)||Hostel||63|
|Sunflower Place Silom||39/17-19 Soi Narathiwas 1 Surawong Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500||Hostel||83|
|Grand Pinnacle Bangkok Airport||1666/1 Ladkrabang Soi 11/5 Ladkrabang Road||Hotel||-|
|The Ecotel Bangkok||1091/333-4 New Petchburi Road 35, Rajthevee||Hotel||81|
|Chew House Bangkok||68/1 Phaholyothin Soi 6, Samsa, Phayathai, Bangkok||HOSTEL||-|
|NapPark Hostel at Khao San||5 Tani Rd. (Banglampoo) Taladyod Phranakorn Bangko||Hostel||90|
|President Solitaire Hotel & Spa||Sukhumvit Soi 11||Hotel||-|
|The Ambassador Bangkok Hotel||171 Soi 11, Sukhumvit Road||Hotel||-|
|Montien Riverside Hotel||372 Rama 3 Road Bangkhlo||Hotel||-|
|Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok||A Dusit Thani Hotels Partner 28 Charoenkrung Road||Hotel||-|
|S2S Boutique Resort bangkok||21/1 Soi Ratchatapan Makasan District Ratchaprarop Rd Pratunam||Hotel||-|
|Legacy Suites||12 Sukhumvit Soi 29||Hotel||-|
|Adelphi Suites||6 Sukhumvit Soi 8||Hotel||-|
|President Palace||18 Sukhumvit Soi 11||Hotel||-|
|Interchange Tower Serviced Apartment||94 Soi Ratchatapan (Mor Leng) Ratchaprarop Rd Pratunam Makkasan Ratchathewee||Apartment||-|
|Romance Serviced Apartments||19 Soi Apiwat Srinakarin Rd Nongbon Pravate||Apartment||-|
|Summit Pavilion Hotel||55 Pattanakarn Road 65 Pattanakarn Rd. Pravet||Hotel||-|
|Great Residence Hotel||1892/1 On Nuch Road Ladkabang Suvarnabhumi||Hotel||79|
|Summit Pavilion Suvarnabhumi Hotel||55 Pattanakarn soi 65, Pattanakarn road, Praveth||Hotel||-|
|Hope Land Serviced Apartments||1110/5 soi sukhumvit 46/1 Phra Khanong Klongtoei District||Apartment||-|
|Hi- Baan Thewet||25/2 Phitsanulok Rd. Dusit||HOSTEL||-|
|Kingston Suites Bangkok||39/3-7 Sukhumvit Soi 15||Hotel||-|
|Siam Place Airport (Suvarnabhumi Airport)||136 Soi Siam Place between Soi 14-16Latkrabang Road, Latkrabang||Hotel||82|
|Just Beds||56/6 Soi Pramote (Juses) Suriwongse||Hostel||81|
|Khaosan Road Rainbow Hostel||43 Chakrapong Road Banglumphu||HOSTEL||67|
|Ziniza Boutique Residence||494 Rimklongprapa Fang Kwa Road , Bang Sue||Hotel||-|
|Panasiri||2074/19-20 charoenkrung road , watprayakrai Bangkorlaem||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Himalaya Residence||235/4-5, Soi 31 Sukhumvit 31||Guesthouse||78|
|Legacy Express Bangkok||29 Sukhumvit soi1, Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok||HOTEL||-|
|Emporium Suites||622 Sukhumvit Road Klongton Klongtoey Bangkok||HOTEL||-|
|Lub d Bangkok Siam Square||925/9 Rama 1 Rd. Wangmai, Patumwan||Hostel||86|
|Sivarin Guesthouse||11/1 Soi.SamSen3, Samsen Rd Watsampraya, Phranakorn||HOSTEL||84|
|King Park Avenue Hotel||69 Soi Supapong 3 Srinakarin Road Nongbon, Pravet||Hotel||-|
|Bangkok Natural Resort and Spa||1148 Soi Pattanakarn 30 Suanluang Pravet||Hotel||-|
|The Regent Silom Hotel||60/15 Silom 2/1 Silom Road Suriyawong, Bangrak||Hotel||-|
|Sabai-Sabai@Sukhumvit Hotel||984 / 22-27 Sukhumvit 71 Road Pridipanomyoung 40, Prakanong Wattana||Hotel||-|
|Baan Boran||27 Boonsiri Road San Chao Por Sua, Pranakorn||Hostel||81|
|Sawasdee @ Sukhumvit Soi 8||42 Sukhumvit Soi 8, Sukhumvit Road Klongtoey,||HOTEL||-|
|Erika's Home||2102 Soi Thedinthong 4 Samut-Prakan||HOSTEL||82|
|Admiral Premier Bangkok||138 Soi 23 Sukhumvit Road||Hotel||-|
|Amana Hostel||Hualamphong Bangkok 472/8 Rongmuang Rd. Patumwan Bangkok||Hostel||-|
|The Chilli Bangkok||53/15 Jareonkrung 37 Sripraya, Bangrak Bangkok||Hostel||64|
|Orchid Resort (Suvarnabhumi Airport)||Soi. Latkrabang 48 Latkrabang Road Latkrabang Bangkok 10520||Hotel||83|
|Feung Nakorn Balcony Rooms and Cafe||125 Trok Feung Thong Feung Nakorn Road,Pharnakorn||HOSTEL||84|
|Saphaipae Hostel||35 Surasak Road Silom, Bangrak||Hostel||89|
|Merlin Lodge||2294 Sukhumvit Road||Hotel||-|
|Merisess Sukhumvit 16||Sukhumvit 16 Sukhumvit Road Klongtoei||Hostel||-|
|Best Western Mayfair Suites||36 Phethburi Soi 13 Phethburi Road, Rachthevee,||Hotel||-|
|Salil Hotel Sukhumvit - Soi Thonglor 1||44/14-17 Soi Sukhumvit 53(Paidee-Madee), Sukhumvit Rd.,||Hotel||-|
|Salil Hotel Sukhumvit Soi 8||50,50/1 Sukhumvit Soi 8, Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey||Hotel||-|
|China Town Hostel||526 Yaowaraj Road Sampuntawong, Bangkok 10100||HOSTEL||81|
|Miramar Bangkok||777 Mahachai Road Wangburaphapirom||Hotel||-|
|Glitz Bangkok||135/18-19 Surawong Rd., Bangrak||Hotel||-|
|Focal Local Bed and Breakfast||279-283 Soi Charoennakorn28 Charoennakorn Road, Klongsan||HOSTEL||-|
|Khaosan Baan Thai||11/1 Samsen Soi3, Phranakorn, Bangkok 10200||HOSTEL||-|
|P&R Residence||34 charoenkrung 30, Bangrak Bangkok 10500||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Darjelling boutique||Sukhumvit 18 BKK 390/35-36||HOTEL||-|
|Aravinda Living Home||384 Sukhumvit 65 Prakanong Nua||Guesthouse||-|
|Bed Bangkok Hostel||11/20 Sukhumvit 1 Sukhumvit Rd.||HOSTEL||79|
|WE Bangkok||122 Soi Sathorn 12 Bangkok||HOSTEL||-|
|Honey House 2||106/3-4 Sukhumvit 22 Klongtoei Bangkok||HOTEL||81|
|ETZzz Hostel Bangkok||5/3 Soi Ngamduplee, Rama IV Road Tungmahamek, Sathorn||HOSTEL||82|
|The Fifth Residence||29/36-38 Rama 6 Soi 13 Rongmuang Pathumwan||Hotel||82|
|The Cozi Inn||122/32-34 Rachprarop Road Phayathai, Rachthewi, Pratunam||Hotel||-|
|Green House||84 Ram Buttri st. Banglampoo||Guesthouse||-|
|P-Park Residence Rama 9 - Suvarnphumi||597 Srinakarin Road Suanluang District||Apartment||-|
|Bayoke Suite Hotel||130 Ratchaprarop Rd., Ratchathewi||Hotel||-|
|Bangkok CNR House Hotel||334 Soi Charoenkrung 63 Charoenkrung Road Yannawa Sathorn Bangkok Thailand||Hotel||-|
|P-Park Residence Rama 7||683/3 Charansanitwong Rd . bang-or bang-phlat||Apartment||-|
|Baiyoke Sky Hotel||222 Ratchprarop Rd., Ratchathewi||Hotel||-|
|Nomads De Moc Bangkok||78 Prajatipatai Road Pra-Nakorn, Bangkok||HOSTEL||-|
|BACC Serviced Apartments Bangkok||688/61 Supalai Park Condo, Srinakarin Rd. Pravet, Bangkok||HOTEL||-|
|Loog Choob||463/5-8 Luk Luang road Dusit, Bangkok||HOSTEL||-|
|The City at Fifty ( Former Madee)||1150/11 Soi Sukhumvit 50, Premruethai Village Soi 6, Soi RoemCharoen, Khlong Toei||HOSTEL||80|
|Heaven@4||20/3 -4 Sukhumvit 4 road Klongtoey||Hotel||-|
|The Privacy Suites||140 Sukhumvit Soi 20||Hotel||-|
|Nouvo City||2 Samsen 2, Samsen Rd. Banglumphu||Hotel||-|
|Grand Inn Hotel||2/7-8 Sukhumvit Soi 3 ( Soi Nana Nua ) Wattana||Hotel||-|
|Smile Society||130/3-4 Silom Soi 6 Silom Road, Bangkok||HOSTEL||94|
|Room at Bangkok Bed & Breakfast||8/16 Soi Sammitr (Sukhumvit 16) Sukhumvit Rd. Klongtoey Bangkok||HOSTEL||-|
|Asok Montri Hostel||16/19 Soi Sukhumvit 19, Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey Nua, Wattana||HOSTEL||84|
|KS GUESTHOUSE||133 Prasumen Rd. Naer Kaosan R hanasongkram Pranakorn||Guesthouse||-|
|Sakul House||108/17 Soi Rambuttri Banglumpoo||Hotel||-|
|Fortville Guesthouse Khao San||No.9, Phrasumen Rd., Chanasongkram Phranakorn||HOSTEL||-|
|BS PREMIER AIRPORT HOTEL||836/4 Ladkrabang Rd Ladkrabang||Hotel||-|
|Pridi Hostel||Corner of Soi Pridi 35, Sukhumvit 71 Road Unit Number 957/43, Klongtan Nue, Wattana||HOSTEL||85|
|Plai Garden Guesthouse Suvarnabhumi Airport||88 Soi.Kingkaew 43, Kingkaew Rd., Rachatewa, Bangple||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Unico Express @ Sukhumvit - Bangkok||74 Sukhumvit Soi 3 Road Klongtoey-Nua , Wattana||Hotel||-|
|Rafael Mansion Bangkok Thailand||195 Soi Kingkeaw 33 Kingkeaw Rd. Samut Prakran||Hotel||-|
|Malee Suites Sathon||311/2 New Sathorn Rd Chongnonsi Yannawa||Apartment||-|
|Buddy Boutique Inn||62 Chakkapong Road Taladyod, Pranakorn, Bangkok, 10200 Thailand||HOSTEL||82|
|Buddy Oriental Riverside Pakkred||17/56 Moo.7 Sukhaprachasan 2 Bangpood Pakkred Noonthaburi Thailand 11120||Hotel||-|
|Baan Tepa||245/1, Soi 9, Sri Ayutthaya Road Dusit, Bangkok||HOSTEL||-|
|For You Residence||Silom Road Bangrak||Apartment||-|
|The Son Hotel||372/1-2 Soi 24 Rama 9 Road Huaykwang Bangkok, Thailand 10310||HOTEL||-|
|Lanna Kala||230 Ladprao 134 Ladprao Rd. Bangkapi Bangkok||Hostel||-|
|Check Inn Phromphong||2/20-22 Sukhumvit 43 Sukhumvit Rd., Khlongtan Nua||Guesthouse||81|
|Check Inn Regency Park||12/3 Soi Sainamthip (Sukhumvit 22)||Guesthouse||-|
|White Orchid Hotel||409 - 421, Yaowaraj Road, Samphanthawong||Hotel||-|
|Check Inn Chinatown||204, 206, 208 Charoenkrung Soi 14 Charoenkrung Rd||Guesthouse||-|
|U-Baan Guesthouse||961 Soi Rat Ruam Charoen (Via Soi Krung Thonburi 1) Klongsan||HOSTEL||87|
|Feel At Home Backpackers||218 Charkrapong Street Turnbon Talardyord, Pranajorn District||HOSTEL||82|
|Marcopolo Bangkok||71 Sukhumvit 2||Hotel||-|
|Link Corner Hostel||86/7 Ratchaprarop rd. Phaya Thai||HOSTEL||86|
|Siam Journey Guesthouse||Soi Nom Chit, Phayathai||HOSTEL||86|
|Royal Express Inn Bangkok||4/3 Sukhumvit Soi 8||Hotel||-|
|Tailek's House BKK||Opposite Inthamara soi 30 Din Daeng||HOSTEL||-|
|Royal Asia Lodge Bangkok||# 91, Soi 8 off Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey||Hotel||-|
|Lebua at State Tower||1055/42 Silom Road Bangrak||Hotel||-|
|Tower Club at Lebua||1055/42 Silom Road Bangrak||Hotel||-|
|Tarntawan Place||119/5-10 Surawong Road Bangrak||Hotel||-|
|Wallada Place Hotel||71/1 Soi Ramkhamhaeng 53 Ramkhamhaeng Road Plubpla, Wangthonglang||Hotel||-|
|The European Place||11 Ngamwongwan Rd Soi 47 yak 41 (Soi Shinnakate 2/39) Toong Song Hong Laksi||Hotel||-|
|The Mix Bangkok||1533/3 Sukhumvit Road Wattana, Bangkok||Hotel||-|
|Nara Suite & Residence Bangkok||311/2 New Sathorn Road Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra 24 Chongnonsi , Yannawa||Apartment||-|
|HI Mid Bangkok||481/3, Rachawithi Rd. between Soi 6 and Soi 8 Victory Monument||HOSTEL||85|
|de Talak Hostel||14/33 Soi Phaisingtoh,Rama 4 Rd. Klongtei, Klong||HOSTEL||82|
|CheQinn||21/10 Sukhumvit 4 Klongtoey||HOSTEL||81|
|Bangkok Palace Hotel||1091/336 New Petchburi Road Makkasan, Rajchthevi||Hotel||-|
|Golden house @ Silom||1039/1-2 Silom Soi 23 Silom Rd. Bangrak||Guesthouse||-|
|Papa&&Mama Niece Hostel||663/2 Soi Chalongkrung Ladkrabang||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Mystic Place||224/5-9, 224/11-18, Pradipat Road, Phayathai, Bang Bangkok||HOSTEL||-|
|Tai Derm Hostel||138, Khao San Rd.||HOSTEL||-|
|Suwanninplace||1858/1 Rama 8 Bridge (Krung Thonburi) Arun Ammarin Bang Phlat||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Smile Inn||136-138 Damrongrak Road Pom Prap Sattru Phai||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|J&J Bangkok Guesthouse||43/2 Sukhumvit soi 11, Klongtoey Nua, Wattana||HOSTEL||-|
|Suneta Hostel Khaosan||209-211 Thanon Kraisi Pranakorn||HOSTEL||88|
|Nomads De Moc, Bangkok||78 Prajatipatai Road Pra-Nakorn||Hostel||-|
|Inter Residence||71/14 Vibhavadi Rangsit 44 Ladyao, Chatuchak||Guesthouse||-|
|Nest Boutique Resort||424 Soi Latkrabang 3 Prachatorn Road , Latkraban||HOTEL||80|
|The Phoenix Hotel||88 Ladkrabang Soi 7, Ladkrabang Road, Ladkrabang, Bangkok||HOTEL||80|
|House 1194||Chan 43 yaek 26 Wat Pai Ngoen Bangklo. Banglolam.||Guesthouse||-|
|Metz Pranunam Hotel||39/22-23 Phetburi Road (Soi 15) Rachathewi Bangkok||Hotel||-|
|Arom d Hostel||336 Maharaj Road Phranakorn||HOSTEL||-|
|Silom Art Hostel||198/19-22 Soi Silom 14 on Silom Rd.||HOSTEL||82|
|Bangkok Home Stay||Tani Rd.168/1 Banglampo||HOSTEL||78|
|Loft 77 Sukhumvit Bangkok||1707 Sukhumvit 77 Road (On Nut33) Suanluang Bangko||GUESTHOUSE||81|
|Shadow Inn||550 Vanich 1, Wat Koh Sampathawong, China Town||HOSTEL||-|
|Baan Dinso 2||78/3 Ratchadamnoen Klang Road Borvornnivate Pranakorn||HOSTEL||84|
|Cozy Villa Hotel Bangkok||90/41-44, 90/79-91 Rachaprarop Rd., Phayathai, Ban||HOTEL||-|
|Centaur Inn||448-448/1 Soi Charoen Krung Road SSripraya Bangrak||GUESTHOUSE||71|
|Backpackers Airport Lounge and Hostel||31 Romklao road soi 58 Latkrabang||HOSTEL||-|
|1Yolo||710/7 Sukhumvit soi 26 100 meters from BTS phromp Sukhumvit road||HOSTEL||-|
|Lodge 61||1221 Sukhumvit Soi 61, KrongTan Nuer, Wattana,||Hotel||-|
|Florencia Apartment||363 Rachdaphisek Road Soi 36 Yaek 9-9 Chatuchak||Apartment||-|
|Area Residence Sathorn||132 Narathiwatratchanakharin Road, Sathorn||HOTEL||-|
|SN mansion||111 Intamara Soi 22 Sutthisan Rd., Dindang||Apartment||-|
|A-2 House||21/5 Juladis Tower 1st Floor Petchburi 19 Phayathai Rachatevee||Guesthouse||-|
|Prince House||48/5-6 Soi 17 Petchburi Road Phayathai Ratchathewi||Guesthouse||-|
|Marvin Suites||Sathorn Soi 11, Sub soi 2 Sathorn Road Yanawa Sathorn||Hotel||-|
|Citrus Sukhumvit 13 Bangkok||22 Sukhumvit Soi 13||Hotel||-|
|Paradiso Boutique Suites||1/11-12 sukhumvit Soi 10||Hotel||-|
|3Howw Hostel||316/5 Samsen Soi4 Phanakorn Khaosan Rd.||HOSTEL||-|
|Mile Map Hostel||36/4 Pan Road Silom, Bangrak||HOSTEL||-|
|Inn33 Bangkok||1091/110, petchburi 33 Petchburi Road, Makkasa||HOSTEL||-|
|Longkrung Guesthoue||486/160 Soi Petchaburi 16, Phayathai Road, Ratchat||HOSTEL||-|
|BKK Lumphini Home Stay||Sathorn Soi 1 Soi Sri Bumphen 34/8||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Grand Alpine Hotel||88/15-17 Phetchaburi Rd Phayathai Ratchathewi||Hotel||-|
|Nice Palace Hotel||72/54 Soi Inthamara 1/1 Shutthisan Rd||Hotel||-|
|Hotel The Continent||413 Sukhumvit Road Klongtoey Nua, Wattana||HOTEL||-|
|Lilla Hotel||1503/1-2 Sukhumvit Rd. North Phra Khanong Wattana||Hotel||-|
|Suphan Lake Hometel||106/999 Soi 31-5 Keharomklao, Klongsongtonnoon Ladkrabang Road||HOTEL||-|
|25@Dormitory||25 Soi Chanasongkram Pra arthit rd. Bangkok||HOSTEL||-|
|Bangkok Backpacker Guesthouse||131/9-10 Pan Rd Silom||Guesthouse||-|
|Tanatawey Places||504/1 Tanatawey Places Bldg Soi Ratchadphisek3 Asok-Dindang Rd. Dindang||Hotel||-|
|Le Fenix Sukhumvit||33/33 Sukhumvit Soi 11 Klong Toey Nua, Wattana||HOTEL||-|
|Shadi Home and Residence Hotel||38/5 Soi Wattanawong Ratchaprarop rd Makasan, Patunam||Hotel||-|
|Phra Arthit Mansion||22,24,24/1 Phra Arthit Road Kheang Chanasongcram Khet Phranakorn||Hotel||-|
|Chatrium Residence Bangkok Sathon||291, Naradhiwas soi 24, Rajanagarindra Road Naradhiwas, New Sathon Road||APARTMENT||-|
|O'Nidra House||288/18 Surawongse Road Si Praya, Bangrak||HOSTEL||81|
|The 26th Floor Guesthouse Bangkok||22/634 Evergreen View Tower Bangna-Trad 56, Bangn||HOSTEL||-|
|Khaosan River Inn Hostel||14 Daokhang Road Washira Dusit||HOSTEL||-|
|Petals Inn||20/7-8 Sukhumvit 4 Sukhumvit Road Khlong Toei||Hotel||-|
|Komol Residence Bangkok||976 Borommaratchachonnani Road Bangbumru||HOTEL||-|
|Born Free Hostel||Samsen Soi 6 (Soi Woraphong)||Hostel||-|
|Salil Hotel Sukhumvit Soi 11||21/4 Soi Sukhumvit 11(Chaiyos) Sukhumvit Road Klongton Nua, Wattana||Hotel||-|
|California Hotel||1/61 Sukhumvit Soi 30||Hotel||-|
|The Blast Silom Hostel||5/7 Decho Road. (Silom) Suriyawong||HOSTEL||82|
|Bangkok Ocean||Khaosarn Road Silom||HOSTEL||-|
|Sathorn-Silom Guesthouse||24 Sathorn Soi 13 Yaek 6 Yanawa||Guesthouse||-|
|Poste 43 Residence||351,353,355 Charoen Krung Road||Hotel||-|
|TUB Mansion||56/95, Moo 5 Changwattana Rd Don Muang / Impact||Hotel||-|
|Chan Cha La 99 Hostel||6/3 Sukhumvit Soi 99 Sukhumvit Road||HOSTEL||-|
|Boxpackers Hostel||39/3 Petchburi 15, Petchburi Rd. Ratchathevee||HOSTEL||83|
|Cinnamon Residence||62/67 Soi Vibhavadi Rangsit 42 Ladyao Chatuchak||Hotel||-|
|The Mix XP Bangkok||98, Sukhumvit Soi 65 Phrakhanong, Wattana||Hotel||-|
|Aranta Airport (Suvarnabhumi) Hotel||999 Soi Lat Krabang 1/8, Onnuch-Latkrabang Road, Latkrabang, Bangkok||Hotel||-|
|Cinnamon Residence||62/67 Soi Vibhavadi 42, Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road Ladyao, Chatuchak||HOTEL||-|
Many Bangkok expats are working as English teachers. Though some have actual teaching degrees and can thus work in the better-paying International Schools, even people with unrelated university education can easily get a job teaching English. Your remuneration package will generally be better if you sign a contract while still abroad, but more options present themselves if actually in the country for interviews. In the past, even people without a college education could teach in Bangkok, but the government is making this more and more difficult.
There are countless internet bars across the country in big and small towns. Internet cafés are widespread and most are inexpensive. Prices as low as 15 baht/hour are commonplace, and speed of connection is generally reasonable, but many cafes close at midnight. Higher prices prevail in major package-tourist destinations (60 baht/hour is typical, 120 baht/hour is not unusual). Keyloggers are all too often installed on the computers in cheap cafes, so be on your guard if using online banking, stock broking or even PayPal. Remember that in the smaller towns and more traditional areas the owners and staff of internet bars prefer if customers take off their shoes at the entrance and leave them outside. This might seem strange although this gesture goes a far way to make friends and give a positive image of foreigners to Thai people.
Outside the most competitive tourist areas, free Wi-Fi is not as common as in neighbouring countries in many budget hotels and guesthouses and they may charge small fee for Internet by LAN or Wi-Fi even if you bring your own laptop. Wi-Fi is commonly available in cafes and restaurants serving Westerners.
See also: International Telephone Calls
The international code for Thailand is 66. 999 connects to all emergency services. Standard GSM emergency number 112 is supported in mobile networks. 911 for Tourist Police Department, English available.
For mobile phone users, Thailand has three GSM mobile service providers - AIS, DTAC and Truemove - which may be useful if you have a mobile phone that will work on either one or both of the GSM 900 or 1800 frequency bands (consult your phone's technical specifications). If you have one, you can buy a prepaid SIM card for any of the Thai carriers in any convenience store for as little as 50-200 baht and charge it up as you go. Using your own mobile phone while on holiday with a Thai pre-paid SIM card can save a lot of money and lets you give your number to family back home, so they can have an emergency contact number.
Thailand Post is the Thai postal service that deals with all local and international mail in Thailand. The business is operated from local post offices. Post offices are easy to recognise with their red white and blue motifs and the words 'Thailand Post' in English and Thai above the entrance. They are open from Monday to Saturday, usually 8:30am to 4:30pm (main ones until around 8:00pm), though keeping shorter hours on Saturdays (usually until 1:00pm). They are generally closed on Sundays and Public Holidays. Each post office offers a comprehensive service which includes an Express Mail Service (EMS) and parcel post. They also have a price calculator for letters, postcards and parcels, both domestically as well as internationally. They also have a track and trace system and money transfer services. If you want to send packages, it might be a good idea to check with private courier companies like DHL, TNT or UPS, as they are fast, reliable and generally quite competitively priced.
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I've live in Bangkok, Thailand where I have an apartment. This is an amazing city that everyone in the world should visit. The people are the most impressive and the food is amazing.
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Travel to Bangkok 6-7 times a year on business. Good knowledge of the city, how to get around, markets & shopping, sites and attractions.
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