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3 Days in Bangkok

by khatibs

HI All,

We will be in arriving in Bangkok in January and will be there only for 3 days before heading for Koh Chang. I have a few questions

1) Which is THE best place to buy clothes,shoes and bags: I had been to Platinum Mall a couple of years back and was not impressed by the quality. I dont want to buy the extremely high end branded ones, but at the same time not cheap stuff. Are there any genuine sales going on around this time??

2)Electronics: Ive read about Panthip Plaza and Fortune, which is the better of the two for genuine good electronic products. Is there an apple store in any of these centres??

3)We will be staying at Elegance Suites which is at 88 North Sathorn Road
Jaras-wiang, Bangrak, Bangkok...Are there any shopping centres which are closeby to this place and if we have to travel to the shopping malls, what is the best way to go to them??

4) Lastly the best way to get to Koh Chang and how much time and money approximately would it cost us?? We are three adults and would prefer reaching KOh Chang by the 11am check-in time.

Thanx a lot in advance to all of you!!
Khatibs.

Re: 3 Days in Bangkok

by Mikebb

I guess you have been to MBK, 5 floors of shops , from clothing, watches, cameras, etc etc.

Re: 3 Days in Bangkok

by khatibs

Yes I have been to MBK and it was like many years back and I think what I remember about this place was like you see one shop and you've seen them all, like most of them sold more or less similar stuff....I'm not too sure if that was MBK Mall, but I definitely plan to check it out in detail this time!!

Re: 3 Days in Bangkok

by SirHalberd

Here is another place in the Pratunam area for clothing, shoes, bags, etc. the Krung Thong Plaza. Near this place are many shops and wholesalers. If you are looking for items to resell for profit this is the area where many street vendors and other high volume shoppers get their items for resale.

http://www.krungthong-plaza.com/Index_eng.php

You may not get the same quality that you get with the more expensive authentic items have. Sometimes you just get what you pay for!

Re: 3 Days in Bangkok

by mim95

MBK sells mostly no name cheap stuffs. If you want a little more expensive, you can go to Wal-Mart like chains such as Big C or Tesco Lotus. They sell both Thai and foreign brands that are locally made. For the next level, you can go to the department store such as Central and Robinson.

Re: 3 Days in Bangkok

by RobSydney

Panthip is better than Fortune
There is an authorised Apple reseller on the 4th floor and a zillion unausthorised knock offs of Apple items on all floors
The Elegance suites are at the river end of Sathorn road and not too far from Surasak station and Saphin Taksin Station, work out which one you prefer to walk to and use that as your basis for most travel around Bangkok. There are shopping centers near here- the River city complex for example , but its moslty Antiques and expensive tourist oriented stuff. Take the sky train to Siam and the shopping centers are all around you.

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Tiger Temple and Monk

by luis2499

Tiger Temple and Monk in Kanchanaburi Province

The first tiger was brought to the Pha Luang Ba Tua Buddhist Temple in 1998 after being injured by a hunter, but died within days. Soon after, two very ill cubs arrived with large knife wounds in their stomachs. Miraculously, they survived, and the temple quickly earned a reputation as a tiger haven.
" When the villagers saw how we tended to the first tigers they brought others. Some were injured by hunters who had a change of heart, others by people who did not want the tiger near their village but also did not want to see it die," Phusit said. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) estimates that there are between 150 and 500 tigers remaining in the wild in Thailand. Healthy tigers from the Temple are sent back to the forest once they are ready to return. To return to the wild, the tigers do not have far to go. The tiger temple sits on a small plain surrounded by jagged rocky outcrops about 40 kilometers beyond the famous World War II - The Bridge on the River Kwai. " This trip is famous tour and popular tour for tourist from every country Now. "
More trip of Tiger Temple " www.thailandhighlight.com "

Buy a Thai-English Dictionary

by JaneCajuguiran

Most Thais do not speak nor understand English very well. This might be a cause for you to dislike to place. But that's easy to manage. For non-Thai speaking travellers, be sure to get a hold of a dictionary. If you are going to a place from your hotel, have the front desk personnel write out your itinerary for you in thai and english. Have them written in small strips (or you can cut them out yourself) and be ready to hand each to the driver when riding a cab. Try to memorize some words especially their numbers as you will need this for bargaining. If you have enough money, try to hire a guide.

In December the Kings birthday...

by depresno

In December the Kings birthday is celebrated. And the people of Thailand really know how to celebrate their belowing king! Everything is decorated with picture's of the king and they everywhere they build all kind of monuments to his honour. I think the celebration last for 1 month, and its the same thing EVERY YEAR!!

Water, water everywhere at Songkran!

by worldkiwi

Songkran is the Thai New Year festival. It happens in the first half of April and one of the features of it is that people throw water at everyone else or at passing cars. April 15 was the last day of Songkran when I was in Bangkok. The city had emptied out and many shops were closed. The Wat Phra Keow was an interesting place to be on that day as many worshippers flocked there - outnumbering the tourists and providing those foreigners interested with some authentic scenes. In 2004 people were combining their water with some sort of powder which left cars covered in white marks! Waterguns are a new aspect of all the fun.

Let's Drink Beer and Get Tatoos !

by Bangkokjoe

Well, this statement may not be too far from the behaviour of many a British squaddie and more than many an odd holidaymaker when visiting Bangkok / the beaches. And why not indeed?

Tatoo parlours in Bangkok are now pretty well regulated and all (or nearly most) pay heed to hygiene given the prevalence of HIV and other nasty diseases disseminated by dodgy needles. None of the wai-kry tattooing ceremonies using yard-long steel needles for the tourists you’ll be pleased to know.

The fashion these days seems to be Chinese characters or celtic symbols. Now a word of waning here. A mate of mine had a Chinese character done on his usually covered region a few years ago. “It says, ‘trouble’” he proclaimed, displaying it for all to see. A friend from Hong Kong happened to inform him that the character did in fact say “Beware!”. Oh well.

My thoughts are that if I ever get done in Thailand I would have a “yantra” diagram as is the custom for the local likely Thai lads. A yantra empowers the body. You see them creeping above the tee-shirt neckline of many a motorcycle taxi driver.

And an arcane roi sak - see left - is also imbued with magical powers needed at intense moments like combat, love or ritual. I think I’d be in for all three of those if I came home plastered, and needed to explain an act of tatooing defiance to my missus.

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