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This traveler is not a fan of BKK. When it comes to SEA cities I much prefer the ambiance of Phnom Penh or Yangon to BKK. I avoid staying there if at all possible.
Last month it was necessary that I deal with the Myanmar...More
What can I say. So much to say. On arrival yes a lift thank god. We stayed in room 46 on fourth floor. I complained about the mattress after one night. To my amazement the staff went out of their way and they purchased a...More
Any hotel can provide a good bed. Controls for the shower bath under the sink? Bath tap doesn't run, shower only? Gross view of dilapidated building? Hopelessly slow wifi?
None of these even come close though to my experience at breakfast. I went down at...More
Stayed for 2 nights with kids in another room, same floor. Rooms were clean and comfortable, price was reasonable. Its a little hard to find tucked away in a side street. We had a great stay and would stay again.
Our flight arrived in Bangkok earlier then planned (7.30am) and check in wasn't till midday but the staff allowed us to store our luggage and got us in the room around 11am. The room was clean and tidy, bed was comfortable and there was air...More
Despite the lack of any major tourist attractions, this lively neighborhood is a favorite of many. Whether it's the (somewhat naughty) nightlife of Soi Patpong, the various handicraft night markets or the plethora of dining options that tickle your fancy, a night out in Silom is a must on every itinerary. It's worth a stop during daytime, too: join office workers on a quest to tasty street food during lunch and shop
at Silom Complex for a great mix of Thai and international stores. After a day of strolling around the congested sidewalks, a visit to Silom's Lumphini Park, Bangkok's answer to NYC's Central Park, is a welcome change of scenery.