China Guest Inn

14-16 Decho Road, Silom Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand

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    Le BRUIT de la rue est insupportable.

    La chambre est SALE.
    Les vêtements de la femme de ménage très sales sont à l’image de cet hôtel.

    Les draps avaient déjà servis. Les DRAPS ET SERVIETTES DE TOILETTES sont froissés, TACHES ET TROUES. Des chiffons. Du jamais vu.
    Le personnel ne change pas les serviettes tous les jours mais le fait croire en repliant les serviettes déjà utilisées et en les mettant sur le lit. Mais vu que leurs serviettes sont toutes tâchées, il est facile de les reconnaître et de savoir quand on a une serviette « propre » avec de nouvelles tâches.

    Le personnel en nettoyant la salle de bain déplace chaque jour les produits de beauté pour les mettre en vrac dans un panier.
    Le personnel se permet de jeter des objets personnels qui ne sont pas mis à la poubelle, comme des gels douches non finis.
    Après la 1ère nuit, si le personnel voit que vous avez votre propre gel douche, il reprend les petites bouteilles gel douche et shampooing de l’hôtel. C’est ridicule.

    Les télécommandes de la télé n’ont pas de piles. Le lecteur DVD ne FONCTIONNE PAS.
    Il n’y a PAS DE SECHE-CHEVEUX dans la chambre et impossible d’en avoir un par l’hôtel.

    Le pire : les lits sont infestés de BED BUG ou PUNAISES DE LIT. Les PIQURES sont très nombreuses, démangent et font des plaques rouges.

    En cas de problème, le MANAGER est un ESCROC et ne reconnaît pas ses tords.

    Unique Quality: La réception est correcte.

    Directions: Même si vous pouvez être attiré par le prix, n'y allez pas. A moins de vouloir vivre une expérience vraiment désagréable.
    A peine plus cher et à côté du China Guest, l'hôtel Lulllaby Inn est très bien (proprété, confort, etc.).

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Forum Posts

Tom Yum Kung

by sharonanthony

Further info to my earlier Question. The lady who cooks the best soup in Bangkok works with her Husband, Children and Grandchildren. A real Family Affair. Cooks on street stall. Thank You all for your replies.

Re: Tom Yum Kung

by Curt1591

When you get here, you will realize that this describes about 90% of Thai stalls, carts and shops.

The place I mentioned, Khun Mai's, is four sisters, with mom popping in, from time to time. We might assume that the recipes came from Grandma or beyond!

They started as a stall, then expanded, renting a small storefront shop.

As far as your specific stall is concerned, maybe you might tell us the TV program you were watching?

Re: Tom Yum Kung

by Curt1591

Sorry we couldn't help on the specific stall. But, here is a map locating many of my choices for eats:

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Ideal Hotels & Shopping / Attractions

by lsling7757

I would receommend hotels like Holiday Inn Pleonchit or Arnoma (cheaper). Both are located near BTS Chit Lom station.
Chit Lom = Central Mall / Zens / Gaysorn / Platinum Fashion Mall etc
National Stadium = MBK / Tokyo / Siam Paragon etc
Mo Chit = Chatuchak

If u interested in sightseeing, try taking the BTS Chit Lom to BTS Saphan Taksin.
From there, buy an 1-day river pass (Chao Phraya) & travel to piers "the chang" or "tha tien".
The Chang Pier = Grand Palace
Tha Tien = Wat Arun / Wat Pho

Hope it helps in your planning.

Taste the Local Flavor - "Grilled Sour Sausages"

by i-s-a

Also outside the National Museum, there's another one of those street foods that we love....the Sour Sausages. The taste is similar to "longanisa" that we have here at home but with a tangy twist.

When in Bangkok...taste one and enjoy!

This is from my first Bangkok trip in March 2004.
Part of the independent walk-tour I did with my mother.


by phil_uk_net

In a lot of places I've visited life takes place behind closed doors. As a visitor you can feel excluded from everything.
Not so in Bangkok. People just live on the street and everything happens there. The streets are always bustling and I just love walking around taking in all the sights. An example is these girls sitting on the pavement styling each others hair. The 'girl' in the background looks a bit dodgy!
Oh, how I miss Thailand ....

Thai Language

by Ewingjr98

Thai is the official language of Thailand, and is spoken by some 65 million people. Thai is written in a variation of the Khmer script that is used in Cambodia and Laos. Thai writing uses 44 consonants and 15 vowels, and no capital or small letters (similar to many other Asian languages).

Learn a few basic phrases. My favorites are:

Sawadeekap (in English sa-what-ee-cop) -- Hello
Kapgunkap (cop-goon-cop) -- Thank you
Soi Mak Ma (soy mock maaaaa) -- That is very beautiful (and yes, you say maaaaa!) ... here is a Thai-English dictionary.

Showing feet and arms,Only Thai can do?

by beebah

That's not true. I just saw this too many times myself that tourists complaining why we can do it and they can't. (And I don't really get it coz it's obviously that those who complain come in casual spaghetti stripes) And even for Thais we're not allowed to enter Grand Palace with sleeveless spaghetti stripes tops. They're not really serious about shoes anyway BUT definitely no 69 Baht flip-flip will do. Open shoes are OK as long as they have stripes. Not the absolute beach flip-flops.

If you arrive Grand Palce with your shorts and sleeveless tops. Just "borrow" sarong from the booth. They're available 'free' to borrow. And shoes are available for "rent' from the shops just right opposite the Grand Palace.

And if you spot any Thai that wear sleeveless, shorts, flipflops and enter the place. Please take the photos and post it on this website. I'll write to the officers. Because I, too, don't like "double standard"


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