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I asked the girl in the reception downstairs, very politely, if she could please tell me what nr bus to take to Chatuchack market.....she understood me very well and just shrugged and said i dont know.
Next day i asked the guy,maybe a manager, that...More
The hotel is already nothing special. It's not clean, uncomfortable, noisy and the rooms are hot and humid. But the brunette girl at the reception in the morning is the cherry on the cake. It just looks like you are disturbing here for been there....More
It will do. It is not the cheapest, but not expensive and the rooms are clean and bathrooms nice. Don't expect anything other than your bed, sheets and towel though. WiFi- extra charge, toilet paper- extra charge, filtered water- you guessed it. They even charge...More
Travelled with friends, then they didn't take reservations. They have various options. Rooms without 'air-cons' and shared bathrooms are cheaper. You'd have to take off your footwear and carry them to your room. That is, I believe, to maintain cleanliness. Internet is available in the...More
If you need just a bed this one is a good choice. No thrills rooms, friendly staff, close to Khao San area. Besides being a B&B it is also a good choice to sit down on their verandah with friends and talk: cheap beers, no...More
While you’ll see skyscrapers in most parts of Bangkok, it’s the gilded roofs of ancient pagodas that adorn the skyline of Banglamphu, the city’s historical and most touristic district. Hordes of tourists flock to this area to tick quite a few must-see attractions off their to-do list, with the Grand Palace being the most spectacular of them all. Banglamphu is also home to Bangkok’s infamous tourist ghetto, centered around
Khao San Road. Visit at night to feast on road-side pad thai, cheap beers and if you’re up for it, some dancing fueled by buckets of Thai whiskey.