Baan Dinso Hostel

113 Trok Sin, Dinso Rd.,, Borvornnivate, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand
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How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by sherlynchong

Hi guys!

Does anyone of you roughly know how much does it cost from bangkok airport to baiyoke sky hotel by taxi?

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by SirHalberd

Roughly the fare, plus tolls, plus surcharge usually comes to around 350 baht. Meter taxi sign up desks are outside at the curb, first floor. Meter starts at 35 baht. You pay the meter fare plus surcharge at the hotel. Toll charges paid during the ride as you come to the booths. Have small bills to pay the driver, if you forget use a 500 baht note at the first toll booth to get change.

http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/node/52

The price you pay for a meter taxi in Bangkok is for everyone you can safely stuff in the taxi - not per person! NO surcharge when you take a taxi to the airport!

While you are at this hotel take a walk to the Makkasan Rail link. This new rail service will be an another way to get to the airport.



Good luck.

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by sherlynchong

Thanks for taking time to reply me :)

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by SirHalberd

The Rail link is scheduled to open this week. Direct from the airport to downtown.

Good luck.

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by Curt1591

The new "Airport Link" express line opened today. It will get you from the airport, to Makkasan, for 100 baht, in less than a half hour. Makkasan's not far from the Baiyoke Sky, possibly a 50 baht taxi ride.

BTW, Baiyoke is pronounced "BI-YOK" ... long "I", long "O", the "E" is silent.

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by sherlynchong

Where's the rail link at?

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by Curt1591

I understand that you catch it near the airport hotel tunnel. There should be plenty of people to point you to it.

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by sherlynchong

Oooh okay sure. Thanks a lot :)

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by xymmot

For a first timer in Bangkok I would just take the taxi for 350 bahts. I stayed at Baiyoke sky hotel before and it looks easy to get to but with all the commerical stores open, it is hard to find on foot. Sometimes it can be less than 350 too. Depends on traffic. Have fun in Thailand, take the air condition cab. Cheers Tommy x

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by sherlynchong

Yup will consider taking a cab if I can't find. Hahaha! Thanks anyway :)

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by Curt1591

If you take the rail link, definitely take a taxi from Makkasan.

The "Express Line" stops running at 1am. If you arrive after that, you can take the "City Line" to Phayathai and taxi from there.

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by sherlynchong

Okay thank you. Will reach Bkk in the morning like 8plus. Hahaha!

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by CheapCharley

Should be less than 300 baht total by airport taxi. Go downstairs and get from taxi desk if you try to book your own will be signifacanly more. (unless you go to departures but that is tricky and you only save at best 50 baht)

Re: How to get to Baiyoke Sky hotel

by Curt1591

Should be, could be, might be, but with Bangkok's traffic, one never knows. We once spent 1.5 hours traveling less than 2 kilometers, in our car.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Visiting the Grand Palace

by shrimp56

When you do be sure to say "hello" to these two guys :) The one on the right is a Chinese sage at the stairs to the Royal Library. The other gold one is, as far as I can ascertain, guarding one of the temples to one of the King Ramas.
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Be sure to have a good map/short guide with you or you will have trouble knowing where you are and what wat you're seeing ;)

VAT Refund for tourists

by iclee

When shopping for big ticket items, sometimes they qualify for VAT refunds. You will be asked to fill out an A4 size form after purchasing an item. This form will be shown to the VAT refund office inside the international airport and the refund will be given in THB, back to your CC or notes.

A THB100 admin fee is deducted from the proceeds.

Call: 662-2728198 to 99
Email: vrefund@pasi.rd.go.th

Website: http://www.rd.go.th/vrt VAT refund offices/counters are easy to spot inside malls or airports. Only airport outlets refund while the mall outlets just do the paperwork.

Phra Sumehn Fortress (Phoam)

by suraphona

Located on the crossroads area of
Phra Athit Rd. and Phra Sumeru Rd. (pronounce : Phra-Su-Mehn). This fortress was one of other 14 fortresses and line of walls surround Koh Rattanakosin (old city)
in 1783 (when Krungthep was build).

Respectful things to consider when visiting a Wat

by SumTingWong

Many of Bangkoks most important "must sees" are wats. Wat is the Thai word for a Buddhist Temple. From Wat Arun to the Royal Palace Temple of the Emerald Buddha, these places are all wats. Here is my list of thingst thar are very important to know and consider when at any wat in Thailand.

1) Take off your shoes when entering a room where there is a Buddha image.
2) NEVER point the bottom of your feet at a Buddha image.
3) NEVER sit with your legs extended in front of you inside a wat building.
4) NEVER touch a Buddha image.
5) NEVER stand higher than a Buddha image.
6) Do not openly turn your back on a Buddha image.
7) Obey any rules that you are given about a place.

Clothing

by and_juana

Light, natural fabrics. For example, cotton are best for staying cool. A sun hat or baseball cap is another extremely useful item to take with you.
Men should usually wear a suit and tie for business however, as a concession to climate, going in tie and shirtsleeves is acceptable. Generally, Thai tend to dress informally (mostly in western style) bu neatly and prefer visitors to do likewise. Respectable dress is required when visiting temples. Shoes and any head gear cap etc. shoud be removed whenever you enter a temple or a private home.

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Address: 113 Trok Sin, Dinso Rd.,, Borvornnivate, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand