Anantara Baan Rajprasong Serviced Apartments

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

3 Soi Mahardlekluang, 3 Rajdamri Road, Bangkok, Thailand
Anantara Baan Rajprasong Serviced Suites
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 56% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Lazy Susan in Bangkok?

by Syvde

Do you know where to buy a lazy susan in Bangkok? I see some furniture stores have tables with the lazy susan attached, but I don't need the table - just the lazy susan! I am in Bangkok for the next 10 days, and could go anywhere in the city to see the selection.

Re: Lazy Susan in Bangkok?

by Homanded

When we were there in June, we visited the MBK mall and happened to have stopped at one of the floors which was dedicated to furniture.
One entire section was all kitchen cabinetry and supplies.
You might try there.

It was one of the upper floors, I believe 6? You will have to look that part of it up.
I can't imagine you not finding it there.

Best of luck,

Re: Lazy Susan in Bangkok?

by Syvde

Thanks for your suggestion. I went to the area you suggested, and only found tables with lazy susans attached. They did not sell the "susan" itself. However, in the next store, the rotators for the susans were displayed, and I bought one. All I have to do is get a circular piece of glass to put on top of it, and I'm done! So thanks for your tip. It worked out, although not in the way either of us would have predicted.

Re: Lazy Susan in Bangkok?

by xymmot

you can find them at home at a kitchen cabinet store or at hardward the home depot or lowes. the circle part you have to put in.

cheers tommi x

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Chinese New Year

by YaaDong

Chinese New Year festivities are always grand in Thailand and Bangkok's Chinatown comes to life during Chinese New Year which fall in January every year .With as much as 14% of Thailand's population claming Chinese ancestry,this celebration is big news!* Yaowarat road is closed off and becomes a visual sea of red,gold ,decorated with electric laterns and long pink,purple,yellow paper of matching colour.A splended Golden Dragon sits near the main gate as people flock inside the Chinese temple to pay respect,watch Lion dance and enjoy the wonderful food. Chines Dragon & Lion Dance.

Indian Embassy-Bangkok

by traceyspacey

We had to apply for an Indian visa in Bangkok. We printed off the forms from the Indian Embassy website and completed them before we went. We checked for the nearest BTS skytrain, Asoke. Arrived at the Embassy to find that they had outsorced visa applications to a company in the next street along. They had not updated the website to say this. It cost us more because they had outsourced it.

This was in November 2007. If in doubt call the embassy first and allow plenty of time. Visa's were taking 5 working days to process.

Typical street scene in Bangkok

by phil_uk_net

Life on the streets of Bangkok. I thought this scene was so typical. Street vendors trying to make a living and hordes of people going about their daily business. I have never seen as many people as I have in Bangkok - it is a seething mass of humanity!

issues with shoes and feet

by trisanna

Before you go into the bot (interior and sacred part of the wat) you must take your shoes off. There are usually nice little shelves for this. Otherwise you just push them to the side-neatly, so others can get by.
As the picture says, they are not responsible for shoe thieves. I have never heard any incidents of this-but if you are worried about this, you can put them in a bag and carry them with you.

At most temple, women and men wear shoes that slip off easily and the put to the side. At Wat Phra Kaew, you are not allowed to wear shoes that are open toed or show the heel. They don't enforce this too much. They will enforce the clothes part. For shoes, it's not bad to wear snearkers anway. You will be doing a lot of walking and then standing on pavement that's hot or quite dirty (due to all the people visiting).

For instance, at Wat Phra Kaew and some others, when you sit in the bot of the wat with others. Never point your feet or toes at a Buddha image. If there are many-just worry about the main image up front. women should sit with their legs to the side.

Dress Smart in Thailand!

by machomikemd

In Thailand you will always be judged on appearances!

You will rapidly notice that, no matter who they are, all Thais put a great deal of effort into being well dressed and well groomed. If you want to fit in, you will need to do the same. To Thai eyes, if you wear the casual dress beloved of Western holiday-makers, you look like you’ve crawled out of an old laundry basket.


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