Ebina House

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

73/39 Vipavadee Rangsit Road 64 Bangkhen, Bangkok, 10210, Thailand
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 24% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

New to Bangkok

by expat87

Hey everyone

I'm a 23 yr old UK expat just moved to Bangkok to work as an engineer. I don't know too many people here and am yet to do some traveling. I would love to meet some fellow tourists/expats and maybe grab a beer or do some traveling.
I enjoy: sports, music, beer, exploring new places and travel.
please let me know if anyone is interested in meeting up!

cheers

Re: New to Bangkok

by unaS

There are tons and tons of expat sites. Try googling it.

I googled: expat bangkok and got 1,010,000 hits :)

Re: New to Bangkok

by SirHalberd

There are many expats in Bangkok. You will meet some of them in local bars and restaurants. You will find many expats in the Sukhumvit Road area, low number end. Also many expats choose to live in and around the Thong Lo area. If your apartment is near the Skytrain you can get around the city very easy.

Thai Visa Forum and Teak Door are some sources where Expats help Expats.

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/

http://teakdoor.com/forum.php

Consider yourself lucky to get a good paying job in Thailand at a young age. For every Expat hired for a good paying job there are thousands who aren't!

Good luck.

Re: New to Bangkok

by Curt1591

Spend some time on Thai Visa and you might understand why I avoid expats!

Re: New to Bangkok

by expatbangkok

If you play cricket, I highly recommend the Siam Cricket Club http://siamcc.org/
Season is currently underway.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

The Best Currency Exchange In Town

by sheryl_tan

There is a very popular foreign exchange that offers the best rates in town (much better than what we have exchange back at home). The rates are significantly higher, so it's worth changing there if you have a few hundreds to change. It's called "Super Rich" with a green and white signboard (not the "Super Rich" with an Orange signboard). Its usually full of people, but the Q moves very quickly and you'll be done in 15 mins. I'm not sure of the exact address. But I hope to remember it by the following landmarks.
Walk along the street opposite to Centre Point and turn left into the street when you see Dragon Seafood & Sharkfin Restaurant. You'll see "Super Rich" at the end of the roll of shop-houses.

There are so many beautiful...

by Sarah97

There are so many beautiful places to visit. You surely have to visit one of the Wat (temple), Royal Palace and Water market.

Besides the sightseeing depends on your interest, there are so many things to do. =) For me, shopping & dinning was my pleasure. Good cuisine, fantastic fruits, cheap price & good quality shopping

Medical Tourism

by balisunshine

Here’s a general listing
of hospitals and clinics located in Bangkok,
if you do decide to make a
medical trip out of your visit.

Bumrungrad International Hospital
33 Sukhumvit Soi 3
BTS Ploenchit or Nana
Tel. 02-667-1000
Bumrungrad Hospital

Note: The first internationally
accredited hospital in Thailand.
Luxurious lobbies, excellent facilities.

BNH
9/1 Convent Road
MRT Silom, BTS Sasa Daeng
Tel. 02-686-2700
BNH Hospital

Bangkok Christian Hospital
124 Silom Road
MRT Silom, BTS Sala Daeng
Tel. 02-235-1000-7
Bengkok Christian Hospital

Note A range of check up packages prices
30-40% less than its major competitors.
A good value if you can do without the fancy lobbies.

Saint Louis Hospital
215 South Sathorn Road
BTS Surasak
Tel. 02-210-9999 / 02-675-5000
Saint Louis Hospital

Note: A non-profit Catholic Hospital
established in 1898. Also reasonably priced.

Samitivej
133 Sukhumvit 49
BTS Thing Lo
Tel. 02-711-8000
Samitivej

Note: Nestled in a residential area off Sukhumvit Road,
it is a local hospital catering to well-to-do locals
and expats residing in the area.

Bangkok Hospital Group
Bangkok Hospital Group

Note Several hospitals conveniently located
in major tourist areas including Pattaya, Phuket and Koh Samui.

Tria Integrated Wellness
998 Rimkholongsamen Road (Rama 9)
Bangkapi, Huay Kwang, Bangkok
Tel 02-2660-2660 / 02-2660-2602
Tria Integrated Wellness

Note: A natural medicine clinic,
assisting in age and weight management,
Detoxifications, mind and emotions.

They ADORE their KING!!!!!

by Applelyn

Thais as a whole, almost 100%, listen to their King. Whoever you ask on the streets, they will sing praises of their King. It is amazing. A word from their King can stop almost all disputes. It is a custom for centuries I heard from the locals. So please give respect to other royalities or symbols of them.

Kreng Jai - it can be as frustrating as heck...

by Bangkokjoe

Okay, you’re going to get as frustrated as heck in some instances. Hotels, restaurants and everywhere runs on an underlying cultural code of “kreng jai”.

Khun Kriengsak, a colleague who trains my lot... ” For what it is worth, as a Thai, when my foreigner friends ask why is a promise of a delivery, or a service, or an adjustment to my order in a restaurant, so difficult to keep by many Thai workers… I keep asking myself “why”? I guess they feel even more frustration than I do since they come from societies where a promise is very important. I agree.”

And here's why...

Promising too much In Thailand, folk are brought up in a society that makes it very hard to say "no". Instead of saying "sorry guv, can't do it today", they will simply agree and keep you happy for the moment. Out of respect, your Thai buddy will usually agree to your requests. This is Kreng Jai - a form of respect for those senior or in a position of power. The cynical view? "...phew, that gets you out of my hair" Tip: Check all promises really can be delivered.

Lack of training Many businesses don't put much effort into staff training. Stock, showrooms, furniture, etc. all legit expenses. Staff training... nup. Tip: Think ahead of and for the staff; give them the solution before you give them the problems.

No feedback. From an early age Thais try to avoid conflict. Its harmony and compromise time in BK City ( ! ). Thais seldom complain about pants service and when they do, others might say their complaint is aggressive and fussy - getting above themselves. I quote Pi Kriengsak again… “If more customers complained, our Thai service would have to improve." Tip: Complain to the boss who is reinforcing the kreng jai, not the lad/lass at the bottom of the chain.

...Bear with these irritations but please do not reinforce inappropriate kreng jai by not understanding the situation. Dig under the surface "smiley, polite" appearances, it isn't hard and it helps.

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Address: 73/39 Vipavadee Rangsit Road 64 Bangkhen, Bangkok, 10210, Thailand