13 Coins Airport Hotel Minburi

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

11/18-21 Moo 11 Ramkumhuang Road (Sukapiban 3), Minburi, Bangkok, 10260, Thailand
13 Coins Airport Hotel Minburi
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Bangkok Airport - for transient lodging :)

by utchie

So we'll be arriving at Bangkok airport around 1 o'clock in the morning and to cut back on accommodation expenses, plans to stay at the airport till 7 to 8am.

Is there a good place where we can snooze for a while, is this after or before immigration (so we'll know when to pass immigration).

Also, is this allowed?

Re: Bangkok Airport - for transient lodging :)

by johngayton

Not having gone through Bangcok myself i don't have a personal experience but here's the place to look for other people's -

http://www.sleepinginairports.net/asia/bangkok.htm

Seems you should be good for at least a couple of hours shut-eye.

Re: Bangkok Airport - for transient lodging :)

by lynnehamman

Hi

We have used the free lounge (which is, incidentally, very comfortable) in between flights. It has reclining leather chairs. Situated near Concourse B and D (west side)
There are also plenty of restuarants & coffee shops, and free internet access.

Re: Bangkok Airport - for transient lodging :)

by SirHalberd

If you don't go through immigration your bags may be left out in the open for someone to walk off with. You can get one of the free luggage carts and cart your bags around the various floors if you want.

There are seats you can use after you finish with immigration on other levels. I thought the departure hall seats were a little too bright. Check out the seats on the upper restaurant levels.


On the first floor, near the Airport Express Bus kiosk/desk, located near door 8, is the Magic Food Court. This is where you can eat for real cheap. After midnight this area sometimes is a little deserted.


Good luck.

Re: Bangkok Airport - for transient lodging :)

by xymmot

sirhal mention to me of some hotels near the airport that are 500 bahts a night and they have a airport shuttle. i forgot the name but they are there if you look it up on the web. I have slept some at the airport, but was most uncomfortable even after I put some chairs together. It can be done.

cheers tommy x

Re: Bangkok Airport - for transient lodging :)

by utchie

Thank you all for the replies :)

@lynnehamman and sirhalberd, thank you for the good news. :) I asked cause we have AN airport (not all of coure) here in Manila, wherein its impossible to find a good spot to snooze because of the crowd and limited space. Last I have been to Bangkok, I was not able to look around the airport.

@johngayton, will be checking the site in a while. I hope I hear more good news.

@xymmot, thank you for this info, might come in handy in the future, But for now, as we are really trying to cut back on expenses, we are looking forward to the reclining chairs or restaurants mentioned in the thread.

:)

Re: Bangkok Airport - for transient lodging :)

by gaolei

If you arrive at 1 AM, it will take you nearly until 2AM to be clear of customs. At that hour of the morning you probably will not be able to check in to the next flight so restaurants are about the only answer.

If you are lucky and you can check in early, you can find some seats in unlit areas near some of the gates to sleep. I saw some people hiding in these areas last time I was there. If you are traveling on a major carrier, you may also be able to buy access to a lounge.

Another alternative is the possibility of going without baggage and checking in to the transit area. This only works if the next flight is out of the country. If you must go through customs, you may have to wait to check in at 5AM and later.

Good luck!

Re: Bangkok Airport - for transient lodging :)

by gheena25

hi, when are you going to BKK?

Travel Tips for Bangkok

SIM cards

by khunwilko

A pre-pay SIM card costs from 49 baht (Dtac) or 50 baht (12Call) - then you top it up - they have about 15 baht of calls on them.

If you ring abroad, use the 007 008 009 prefixes as they are cheaper than the standard 001.

The Kings Palace is amazing. ...

by DeBruyne

The Kings Palace is amazing. It is a good idea to get a guide, so that you can learn about the age of the buildings and about the culture. My favorite thing was walking the streets, people watching and talking to people about their culture. The kindness of everyone is what I miss.

Valentines Day

by phil_uk_net

The Asians like to adopt western holidays and celebrations to add to their own. Well, why not?! Even though they don't really seem to grasp the significance of Christmas they like wearing Santa hats, and street buskers play Jingle Bells - they continue playing well into January I might add!
Valentines Day is another such example. I was in Bangkok for February 14 and the flower vendors were doing a roaring trade selling red roses.

2 Huge Spirit Houses outside MBK

by chatterley

There are many spirit houses in Bangkok, but these 2 are amongst the largest I've seen. They are situated outside MBK. I took this shot on the skybridge, just outside the entrance of Tokyu Departmental Store. We also observed some local people coming to pray and offer incense to the spirits that dwell within these 'houses".

Temple Dogs / Soi Dogs

by Bangkokjoe

In the U.K. my mum would be on the phone to the local pound giving it merry heck about how there is a wild dog on the loose and the rabid mutt is about to take her dearly beloved grandson’s leg off rather than look at him.

In Thailand it isn’t like that. Dogs in sois may be scabby; they may look like nothing out of Cruft’s best in breed. They may have one leg missing. Yet the Thais go with it. And the Buddhist thing means that many of my office staff will even nip out of the office at lunch time, pop down to the local 7-Eleven, buy a can of Chum and feed the scabby mongrel. You see it is all about this live and let, life is all part of the same wheel, and what goes round comes round, sort of thing (I don’t mind, it’s tax deductible).

And do you know what? These dogs are dead cool. No barking, no going bonkers when you get home, no tail chasing bravado, like our Kevin. Soi temple dogs just wander around, have a bit of a kip, sniff round some other dog’s bum – and well, you know… yeah, as if they were on holiday. (Do keep your small kids away from the dogs though, please.)

So no need to widdle yourself, stay calm, give them a medium to wide berth and you won’t have a major UK rottweiller / pit bull scene as you may be fearing. By the way, this is a Taoist temple. Thus proving soi temple dogs are non-denominational. Very wise.

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