Eurasia Bangkok Hotel

32 2 Watthananiwet 7, Sutthisarn Road, Huay Kwang, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand
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Accessories display

by vieviengan

I am into jewelries and accessories business , can I know where can I get the whole sale of the racks , acrylic display for my jewelries & accessories ?

Re: Accessories display

by xymmot

Are you making the jews or just buying them already made.? In Chinatown, they have wholesale accessories sold in lots of 144 pieces (really cheap) As I read the question, it sounds like you need the furniture like a display case? If so there are many small shops around Chinatown that will make you whatever you want. You should take pictures of your display cases and give them to a cabinet maker, Cheers Tommy x

Re: Accessories display

by Curt1591

Sampeng should have some ready made display cases. Check the alleys behind the Shangrila Restaurant, near the corer of Yaoworat and Ratchawong. Lots of wholesale jewelry shops in this area.

http://goo.gl/0kwQ

Another great wholesale district is Bobae, located around the Bobae Towers / Prince Palace Hotel.

http://goo.gl/ojgB

I have seen plenty of racks and display items along Krung Kasem. Most of it was for clothing, but I would think you could also find display cases.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Temples

by Pete.Gibson

Its had to have a favorite thing about bangkok because there is so much to see and do, But the Reclining Buddha stays in my memory, the sound of the clinking pots as you try to drop one coin onto each and the sheer size of the budhu I think i miss the people most of all, Their hospitality and sheer warmth will stay with me

Bangkok Tip

by tabatha

Wow think the most exciting moment was standing in the Grand Palace. So many colors, gold and mirrors, this architecture was so amazing. Spend some time inside and enjoy all the nice sculpture and carvings.

Eating in Bangkok!

by machomikemd

The Thai cuisine can be ranked among the worlds best with an enormous diversity in dishes. Rice is of course the main ingredient but western food is also widely available. When you just arrived in Thailand you will have to adjust to the Thai food and TRUST ME!, don't go eating the most spicy curries straight away but gradually get used to them.

Careful as it is a habit in Thailand to put entire chillies in the food, these are not for eating and remember: The smaller the chili the louder it will make you scream. Eating in Thailand is a social event, Thais therefore never order individual dishes but order a bunch of them and all share so if you don't like a certain dish you can safely switch.

(pls see my restaurant and local customs tips for assorted thai foods, drinks and sweets!)

Head should always be higher than feet

by JaneCajuguiran

In Bangkok, it is unethical to point your foot on someone. It is also very impolite (actually, rude might be a better term) to have your foot higher than someone else's head. Also, it is customary for anyone to remove their shoes or other footwear when going inside a house, palace or museum.

Make sure to bring certain essentials

by GracesTrips

Plastic bags to put your sweaty clothes in. Good walking shoes. Cortizone to stop itching. If you're not used to the humidity, sometimes you'll feel itchy. I did.

Sunscreen for the intense heat. Reapply sunscreen several times during the day.

Lots of tissues and/or antiseptic wipes. Public toilets are not always fully stocked with toilet paper. So, you can imagine that handles and sink knobs could be germy. Chargers or extra batteries. Umbrella

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