Chitra Suite & Spa

523/1 Praditmanootham Rd (Motorway Ramintra-Akamai), Wangthonglang, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand
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chiang mai

by maheshkumarpara

will i find massage parlours in chiang mai, and how is the nightlife in chiang mai,which places good to see for sightseeing, friends please help

Re: chiang mai

by SirHalberd

You will find some nightlife in Chiang Mai but it won't be like Bangkok or as good or cheap as Pattaya! There are massage parlors in Chiang Mai and massage schools too!

Things to "see and do" in Chiang Mai:

Good luck.

Re: chiang mai

by damien2524

The night life in Chiang mai is not that surprise, but if you really want to have fun the a place named walking street in Chiang mai.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

The Grand Palace


The Grand Palace is the old home of the emperor of Thailand, and is still one of the most important Buddhist temples in the World. This picture is of monks getting ready to enter the famous Temple of the Emerald Buddha.

Coin operated Video Karaoke

by yen_2

When hubby want to watch a movie, we went in MBK for their SF Cenima. Unfortunately, we already saw those movies. They change movies 2 to 3 weeks, too bad! But we ended up in the Coin operated Video Karaoke which you have a room for yourself. You can shout and sing whatever songs you want to play. Its a computer operated, you will just browse and find your favorite songs and then drop a 10 baht coin and click it! A minimum of 4 to 5 people in the room. I find it funny at first but due to the needs of me to sing(I'm a music lover and love to sing), I had the chance to just shout,hehehe;-)

River of Kings Part 4

by Audrey118

The story line is based on the Himabana Forest, a limbo that connects Heaven and Earth. It is a classical story fantasy with the magic lotus, which symbolises rightuousness which starts to lose its brilliant glow as unjust men gain power and the citizen look indifference.

You know, the weather in...

by Krystynn

You know, the weather in Thailand can be VERY hot and VERY humid (sad to say, it's hotter and more humid compared to Singapore). Apparently, there is a running joke amongst those people living in Thailand that the country has three different seasons i.e. hot, hotter and HOTTEST. I hate to admit it but... they are absolutely not wrong!

The climate is monsoonal, marked by a rainy season lasting from May to September and a relatively dry season for the remainder of the year. The rainy season will astound many a tourist as it can rain very heavily sometimes for up to only 10 minutes.
The Thailand Tourist Promotion is not going to like me for saying this. NEVER go to Bangkok in March and April unless you love the idea of looking like a baked red lobster!

The best times to conquer Bangkok must surely be December and January when the weather is the 'coolest' (read: 30°C only!). Did I hear someone groaning already?? The average temperature here in Bangkok hovers around 35°C usually. Packing along your sunblock lotion is also a good idea.

Photo Below: A cute lil monkey I spotted at the Floating Market taking a short respite. :-)

Packing List


Pack light- you can buy EVERYTHING in Bangkok- and for cheap- even by New Zealand currency standards.JJ (Chatuchak has the best deals). Buy it there. SUnglasses are especially cheap and good. Buy it there. You may want to bring this stuff from home.BUt develop it here. Bring it from home- The goods aren't too good here. Buy it here.


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