Citichic Boutique Suite Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

34 Sukhumvit Soi13, Klong Toey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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Value Score Average Value

Rated 11% higher but also costs 22% more than other 3.5 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Tom Yum Kung

by sharonanthony

I was watching a T.V. programme on Thailand. They mentioned a Thai Lady who cooks the best Tom Yum Soup from her street stall in Bangkok. Does anyone know of her and where she is.

Re: Tom Yum Kung

by brotherleelove

Her name is Mai and she's on Soi Cowboy 2 across from the Midnite Bar.

Re: Tom Yum Kung

by Curt1591

Not knowing which TV program we were watching, it's hard to tell what stall they visited.

"The Best" is always subjective, and few TV hosts get it right. Personally, you can have all the "classic" Tom Yum; it's not my favorite.

It so happens that my favorite Tom Kha Kai is made by a woman named Mai, along with her 3 sisters. Unfortunately, they are a bit in the boonies - Wongsawang - for the average tourist to find.

Re: Tom Yum Kung

by xymmot

I just go out and taste all the stalls until I find the favorite, and there are a few that I return to. Cheers Tommy x

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Prayer Room for Muslim At Suvarnabhumi Airport

by imran8852

I was surprise to find a huge prayer room at Suvarnabhumi Airport for a country such as Thailand which predominantly are Buddhist. Even in S’pore Airport the prayer room is not as spacious as the one I saw in Bangkok…We Thanked the Thai Government who makes us feel so much welcome there. I guess most Muslim that comes to Thailand will really appreciate this great gesture…Kawp Koon Mahk! So Many Things!

China Town

by CandS

China Town is a great place to visit while in Bangkok...there are heaps of markets and restaurants through the streets. We stopped off and had dinner in China Town one night and we were glad we did...the food was great and there weren't many tourists at the restaurant we chose. :)

Have fun!

by syllybabe

While taking photos at Wat Lokayasutharam, there were Japanese tourists taking photos as well. After getting annoyed for a few mins because they just wouldn't move away from the reclining buddha long enough for others to snap pictures without people in them, I decided to take photos while some of them were having fun and posing like the buddha. Annoyance turned into total amusement as we watched these four having fun in the sun.


by volarevolare

Hello = Sawadee (sa-wah-dee)
a variant is to add a 'Ka" at the end
so the greeting will be sa-wah-dee-ka

Thank you = Khop-Khun (cop-cun with the second syllable pronunced as in "cancun")

Yes = Chai

No = Mai-chai

The Lucky 9

by Bangkokjoe

"In 2003 a certain government minister paid 4 million baht for the car plate 's ng 999' ". Whereas us Brits tend to go for registration plates that show daft words out of letter / number combinations, for many Thais it is the 9 what gets the juices going.

This car outside of the Oriental Hotel, guarded by army blokes in their white starched jackets (their equivalent of their number twos) gives away the fact that there is ana important bloke somewhere in the vicinity.

The number 9 cult stretches to mobile phone numbers... and oh does everyone like to avoid that nasty number 8. Supoerstitious Thais, and there are more than a few of these, often associate 8 with dirt and bad luck. Hence the opening of the latest mobile "oh" numbers as "oh nine". There you go!

If you notice a sales clerk holding up your five hundred baht bill to the light they may not be checking if it’s a fake (do they care about this problem, I doubt it). What they are often up to is checking if this bill has a decent number of nines in it and is worth swapping with one of their own. A lucky bank bill often finds its way onto a stall selling for double or treble its face value.

...Now you know. Life enhanced.

Nine. In Thai "gao".


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Address: 34 Sukhumvit Soi13, Klong Toey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand