Adriatic Palace Bangkok

1178 Adriatic Palace Building Wireless Road, Radtavee, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand
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sai tai mai

by zpeter2004

I NEED Timetable bus times from southern bus station to Chumphon.

Re: sai tai mai

by mim95

There are so many bus companies and I don't think you'll be able to find a time table for all the routes heading south. All the buses to the south will pass through Chumphon. So you won't have trouble finding a bus heading there.

Re: sai tai mai

by miguel_bpker

Route Bkk-Chumporn
Fare 347
Distance 468
Time 9hrd
From Bangkok 21.00
To Bangkok 21.15
Source:http://www.transport.co.th/

Travel Tips for Bangkok

FORGET SUNKIST, MINUTE MAID AND OJ's!!!!

by ALSAGOFF

ENJOY A LOCAL FAVOURITE - THIS ULTRA REFRESHING ORNAGE-LIME DRINK! THIS IS A SIMPLE PLEASURE WHICH IS CHEAP & FANTASTIC ON A HOT DAY IN SUNNY BANGKOK - THE BOTTLED ORANGE JUICE MADE FROM THE SMALL THAI ORANGES, MIXED WITH SOME LIME, SALT, AND SUGAR. A SMALL BOTTLE COSTS 20 BAHT ...BUT IT GOES A LOOONG WAY! CAN'T BELIEVE HOW MUCH I CONTRIBUTED TO THE THAI ECONOMY JUST ON THOSE FANTASTIC DRINKS ALONE.
THE BEST THING IS YOU CAN FIND SOMEONE SELLING IT ALMOST AT EVERY STREET CORNER IN PRATUNAM.

kho san road,the road...

by tuna_sahin

kho san road,the road lives,tourist from all over the world,salers,guest houses,impossible to be bored.
people,they are always ready to help,if you need and that everytime with a smile on their faces.

Haircuts

by phil_uk_net

While travelling I enjoy observing everyday life just as much as visiting tourist attractions. For me, looking into this barbershop is just as interesting - more so maybe - than visiting yet another wat.
This place doesn't look too trendy. I have had my hair cut in Thailand a couple of times and it is a very pleasant experience. The places I've been to have been more upmarket than the one in the photo. To be honest, the quality of the hair cut has never been that good but the washing part is great. Instead of just a quick shampoo I have experienced a full head massage that takes around 30 minutes. I was so relaxed after that I didn't really care how they cut my hair!

Respect and Greetings - The Wai

by Bangkokjoe

"Wai Prah"

The "Wai" is when you grasp two hands together and bring them towards your chin with your head bent slightly forward. This action is used in greetings and farewells, very graceful to see and used as often as a show of respect and acknowledgement rather than as a handshake in the west.

There are quite a number of hidden “codes” involved with the wai, and it can all seem rather complicated when a local gives you the full ins and outs.

So look; DO NOT PANIC !!! As a visitor, Thai’s won’t be expecting you to get it all A1 and correct first time out. As with nearly all cultures, the fact that you are showing consideration, respect and enjoying yourself is more than enough. Getting a wai right is icing on the cake.

The person who usually gives the first wai is the one showing the respect to the other person. And the person giving the first wai will have their hands closer to their temples / nose than the person responding with their wai. (Watch out for Thais greeting each other in hotel lobbies and at airports and you'll see how it's done, and how graceful it can be. Particular cute when young kids greet their grandma.)

As a guest you will tend to get the respect shown to you. So, it is best to wait for someone else to wai you first (unless you’re meeting the Prime Minister for a few quiet beers…).

When the restaurant / hotel / shop / tailor staff do wai you, the easiest and most polite thing to do is to lob back a smile, and give a wai at the level shown by Ronald in the picture.

You’ve seen Paradorn "wai" at Wimbledon (to all four sides to show his respect). We’ve seen David Beckham "wai" at the National Stadium. There are now posters of Mr B doing his in the hut used but the security guards at our office. If you get it full on you never know, your "wai pic" might end up in the tailors... next to Kenny Rogers. Michelin Man does a good "wai" too.

Oooops, only one point, best NOT to return a Wai to a young child. Drop them a big smile instead

Pack Diligently

by MiamiRob

If you're flying to Thailand from the US or other distant country you will need to pack diligently to be prepared for any typical situation you may run into back home. Take enough vitamins, supplements, toiletries, etc. to tide you over until you are settled in Thailand. In Bangkok you will be able to get most over the counter items cheaply as well as prescriptive medicines without a prescription which comes in very handy if you happen to lose or run out of contact lenses or have acid reflux.

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