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Every weekend, thousands of tourists make their way up to this Northern Bangkok suburb to get lost in an enormous maze of shops at the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Home to almost 10,000 vendors, you’ll find everything from vintage sneakers to comic books and Thai handicrafts being sold here. You name it, Chatuchack probably sells it. The market is a great place to pick up souvenirs, but be sure to bargain for a good price. After a day of shopping and strolling around, the lush green lanes of Chatuchak Park are a welcome relief.
"You can easily get here by BTS, When you get tired, sit in near a PARK and enjoy pigeons around the pond."
The above line was copies from my review of Chatuchak Weekend Market, wherein I mentioned a nearby park. That was Chatuchak Park. Nice, Green and a Pond / Lake in there When I went there it was humid.
They have Muay Thai fights every Sunday afternoon. At least this Sunday fight also came live on tv as well. They have dedicated section for tourists and they didn't allow non-locals another sections. The house fully packed so come early - I'd recommend 1h before. Atmosphere was great and it was fun to watch locals during the fights. We watched...
"Perfect quiet green oasis in the concrete jungle"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Alexinbkk
Want to be away from the fumes and noise for a while? Do some morning running or evening cycling? Enjoy space and peace for the eye and ears?
Then certainly don’t miss out on this well maintained, clean and big park surrounding a nice pond.
Came to this wonderful restaurant after looking at the reviews in Tripadvisor. It was indeed a pleasant & delicious experience!
Service was good & prompt. My family &I were impressed with the staff hospitality.
Stayed on my first night in Thailand. Location was not as Central as I had thought, actually meant to stay at Central World rather than Plaza. Pool area was lovely, had breakfast included which although it tasted good, hot items were barely warm. Room was very nice, Concierge and Front Desk were very helpful.
We are invited from friends to a marriage in this hotel and booked 3 nights.
Around the hotel they construct a railroad. Traffic-Jam day and night. The toilette in first room had a extremely smell like next to a biologic gas farm. The second room was very dirty. The walls didn't see any color for many years. Under the bed...
Staff are friendly...but language barrier....tv did not have English channels called about 10 times...engineering came to check on it, left said he will return with someone else....upto check out no body turned up.
Food reasonable tasty and money's worth.
Nice property.....but at least English should be spoken.. .anyway had a pleasant stay, minus the tv
"Good hotel for those visiting Kasetsart University"
reviewed 26 April 2017 by Andrew G
Maruay Garden Hotel is not luxurious, but is very convenient to Kasetsart University and the Department of Agriculture laboratories. The rooms are large and clean, and the beds rock hard, as is pretty normal in Thailand for this class of hotel. The staff are friendly but no one I met could speak English at even a moderate level, so communication...
The promotion for this hotel is a big fake!
The restaurant was closed, no chance to eat something and no chance to drink anything else than the drinking water from the fridge. The restaurant closest to the hotel is two busstations away. The breakfast was minimum, nothing fresh, not even served friendly.
The swimmingpool is so dirty, you would not...