13 Coins Tower Ratchada

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

252/3 Ratchadapisek Road, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand
13 Coins Tower Hotel Ratchada
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Alternatives to SUAN LUM BAZAAR

by utchie

So it seems that Suan Lum Bazaar already closed operation. I really liked the stuffs I found there the last time I was in Bangkok, and the price is all right if you know how to haggle..

Are there any other markets in Bangkok selling the same variety and quality of stuffs as in Suan Lum?

Re: Alternatives to SUAN LUM BAZAAR

by xymmot

have you gone to the weekend market? It's a open bazzar open only on weekends, just take the sky train to Moi Chit and follow the crowd

cheers tommy x

Re: Alternatives to SUAN LUM BAZAAR

by paulwf

Yes, Chatuchak weekend market is the best alternative. I think it may be open on Fridays as well.

Re: Alternatives to SUAN LUM BAZAAR

by mim95

is suan lum finally closed? they kept saying it for years.

as said, chatuchak is the best alternative, but it's an extremely large market and it's very hot during the day and does get crowded with its narrow walkways.

a possible alternative is the street stalls that appear at night time along sukhumvit road from nana station to asoke station. There are also stalls in front of central world and big c across the street. The stuffs here are a bit more interesting than along sukhumvit IMO. Quality-wise, I wouldn't expect much.

Re: Alternatives to SUAN LUM BAZAAR

by utchie

Thank you xymmot, paulwf and mim95. :)

Sadly, we wont be able to go to Chatuchak because we are in Bangkok, Monday to Thursday only, the only available flights that was on sale.

@mim95, Central world and Big C are the malls in Siam area, correct??

Re: Alternatives to SUAN LUM BAZAAR

by paulwf

Central World is still open although part of the complex was affected by riots/fire. I think Big C is closed because of the riots (that was the mall opposite Central World from memory). Pratunam markets and MBK are always good. And Siam Paragon is good especially for the food. I also like Chitlom Central Mall. The Platinum Wholesale Mall (by Pratunam markets) is a lot bigger than it used to be also.

Re: Alternatives to SUAN LUM BAZAAR

by mim95

I don't mean going into the malls, but there are street stalls that are set up outside those malls in the evening, when it's not as hot. It's closer to Chitlom bts station.

MBK mall, as said before, it's also not bad for souvenir, clothing and electronics.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Millennium Hilton

by Princess_Emily

Now before all of you go running off to this hotel with thoughts of getting some really nice sunset or sunrise pictures for your photo albums from the 31st floor, i would like to point out one small but rather important fact ... The elevators will only operate when you first place your Room Key Card in a slot located next to the floor selection panel, so if your not a guest, or not with someone who is a guest, your not going to get past the ground floor.
For those that do make it past the ground floor, a ride to the top floor does offer some nice views of Bangkok.

A visit to the Royal Palace...

by Svitata

A visit to the Royal Palace should not be missed. Shopping is also great for those die-hard shopaholics! What I remember most about Bangkok is the diversity of the city. One can find most everything and anything here, the good and the bad living side by side.

Gallery - Art at Play

by vigi

Art at Play is a vibrant new art gallery located right in the heart of Bngakok's Silom nightlife district. The gallery aims to make artwork accessible to a greater spectrum of society while at the same time promoting creative awareness and expression within the community. Exhibitions aof comtemporary artists are held year-round.

Address: 114/5 Silom Soi 4, Bangkok
Tel: 66 (0) 26328767
Fax: 66 (0) 26509018

Always keep your cool...never get angry.

by tan1415

Have you wondered why they call Thailand the land of smiles...

The most important lesson I have learned about Thailand is to NEVER EVER lose your cool or get angry in public.
I bet in every holiday you come across a couple of situations where someone or something just pisses you off or you get into an argument.
BUT in thailand showing such emotion will only mean lost of face. And at best it will be a phyric victory.

My best advice is to just smile. When you smile you can't get angry and it's easier to keep your cool. A lot of thais will when they are in an argument try and provoke a foreigner to an emotional outburt. But if you stay cool and polite..they'll mostly give-in. And if they themselves turn emotional..you have basically won the argument.

They call thailand the land of smiles.It's true people love to smile. It's unfair to call it fake, but the smile is the easiest way to hide your emotions. And the thai makes use of this often to hide there real emotions.
In other countries you could look like an idiot..but in Thailand it's normal. So my best advice is to always keep your cool and just smile.

Because of the buddhism Bankok...

by LittleWonder

Because of the buddhism Bankok has very little violence compared to european cities. I've felt very safe walking by myself in the streets of Bangkok by night. On the other side you should watch out for theft and scams.,


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Address: 252/3 Ratchadapisek Road, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand