Hotel Royal Pacific

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

335 Rama 9 Rd, Bangkapi, Huaykwang, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand
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Costs 64% less but rated 85% lower than other 3 star hotels

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bangkok

by ivanross

where is the best place to buy a computer

Re: bangkok

by Curt1591

Pantip is probably the best known computer mall.

That said, electronics are rarely a bargain in Thailand. Add to that no real warranty, and purchasing here might not be very wise.

Re: bangkok

by xymmot

Best place to buy a computer is in your hometown, but if you are a expat, there are big department stores like Big C, Care Four and Lotus that carries familiar brands, but like Curt said, they are expensive and could be in Thai language and you would have to service it on your own.

cheers tommi x

Re: bangkok

by tom9346

You will not a warranty if you it form Pantip and also Tesco, Bigc. etc are not a good place to buy a computer because you will get the old model with the expensive price. You should go to malls such as Central Department store, Paradise Park, etc. In addition, you will get both languages on the keyboard ( not only Thai) and some brands will come with international warranty. I think it would help. Anymore questions pls contact

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Travel Tips for Bangkok

Umbrellas don't Help

by chellibean

When I was in Bangkok, I got caught in a horrible downpour. Having an umbrella didn't help me at all. I was wet up to my waist. Sure my head and shoulders were dry, but that was it. Unfortunately, I can't think of anything that will keep you dry short of wearing full body rain gear. My suggestion is go inside somewhere and wait it out. The rain that I was showered in only lasted a short while.

Bangkok Tip

by Drifty

If I could visit only one place in my life it would be Thailand, and Bangkok would must place to visit. All countries and cultures solve similar social problems in different ways. Thailand, in general, solves them in very practical ways. The religion, Buddism, fits in well with the culture and government. Nowhere have I felt, or was, in fact, safer traveling alone. The country earns most of its income from tourism so they take care of the tourist in all ways. I am living in the Philippines for practical reasons and I wish that they'd take a page from Thailand's book and treat tourists similarly. But, I will visit Thailand annually because it is a 'breath of fresh air' in Asia.

English Language Media!

by machomikemd

English TV channels are available in all hotels and apartments, UBC is the provider of packages that include channels like CNN, BBC World, HBO, Star Movies and sport channels like ESPN. Some radio stations are in English but they are more rare, 107 FM is a station that offers English music and news. There's only one international hit music station, 102.5FM.

What NOT to wear in Bangkok

by beebah

Some people think they can dress "Sabai" here in Thailand. But not always. And it's not only me who thinks this is really bothering us to see tourists dress unrespectable and too casual (see the link) or just 'try too hard' to dress up and it turns out to be "ehmmm.." I just don't know how to explain.
Check out the link below.

LANGUAGES

by Adeline_Foo

Thai is a tonal language belonging to the group of Ka-Tai languages, the five tones are monotone, low, falling, high, and rising. This can be a rather complicated language for the visitor; however, English is quite widely understood, particularly in Bangkok where it is almost the major commercial language

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