Maduzi Hotel

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

9/1 Ratchadaphisek Road, Klong Toey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 24% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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  • Couples93
  • Solo93
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

travel for tourist only in 5 days

by macorr

I'll be going in Bangkok just for tourist only and i don't know what there proper attire to be wear?And its my first time to travel in abroad.

Re: travel for tourist only in 5 days

by SirHalberd

Are you male or female?

For men shorts and T-shirts are okay. If you are entering palaces, temples and government offices probably long pants. For women don't dress like a slut. Although you will see some female tourists walking around Bangkok with see through blouses and crotch tight short shorts. Dress like you would visiting your prudish grandma's house. For women one of those wrap around skirts would do to cover up your legs and shorts would come in handy. Sleeveless, low cut shirts on women in some areas may not be appropriate.

Here is a link on what to wear:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Asia/Thailand/Central_Eastern_Thailand/Bangkok-1445238/Local_Customs-Bangkok-Dress_codes-BR-1.html

Happy New Year

Re: travel for tourist only in 5 days

by ter1413

You can get away with wearing almost anything in BKK unless you are visiting some of the tourist locations. I was there in March and wore white v neck tees and shorts the entire time.....Just depends...

Re: travel for tourist only in 5 days

by walterwu

For ladies, especially, sleeveless t-shirt and shorts are a no-no for temples. They ended up renting clothes at those places to cover up. Some look awful with one half (either top or bottom) in western clothes and the other half in sari or skirt. You won't look nice in the photos.

Alot of tourist visit the Wat Phraew / Grand Palace and, from experience, dressing properly with long pants and t-shirts with sleeves is good.

Re: travel for tourist only in 5 days

by Curt1591

If you are asking what you can get by with, you can wear just about anything. If you are asking what is proper, dress modestly.

Re: travel for tourist only in 5 days

by xymmot

Bring hot weather gear....it is hot or hotter there and the humidity can kill you with the smog. Dress light and casual will do. The first few timesI went , i use to have large suitcase full of clothes that I never wore. now i stay for months and just carry a carry on. Cheers Tommy x

Travel Tips for Bangkok

See Bangkok from a Thai Perspective

by GuidoCrepax

The best thing to do, if you haven't been to the city of angels before? Difficult to say: Suan Lum Night Bazaar ? Wat Pho ? Having dinner on top of the Banyan Tree Hotel ?

You don't need a tour guide to get around Bangkok. On the other hand, it may be interesting to see Bangkok from the perspective of the locals. Also, Bangkok is right now probably the best place for shopping in Asia. And when you are going shopping, a local guide could be very helpful since for most things in Thailand, there are two prices: one for Thai people one for Farang.

Khun Nattamon is offering her services as Personal Shopping Assistant in Bangkok: http://www.bangkok-personalassistant.com/

Not a classical tour guide (no license). But she certainly doesn't get commissions from anybody. I guess, I miss most the friendliness of the people. The temples and markets may be impressive. The Thai people make you come back.

Tuk Tuk

by explore_discover

These are more costly than the Airconditioned Taxi and accomodates less peoples and can not save you from the heavy rain or sizzeling heat and yes they do drive crazy like Bond Movie. If the Taxi cost TB40 Tuk Tuk ask for 60 for same distence, Taking it for fun or once in while is OK nit suiteable as regular mode of transport.

Holidays in Bangkok

by bulldogtwo

Hey Mike, Yeah, as Lucy stated it will be peak season and busy. If you are going to stay at a decent hotel, 3-5 star, you may want to book soon as it will probably fill up. If you are not staying in a up-scale place it could still be busy but there are more of those that will have rooms available, but why hunt around when you can be having fun?!
Also be advised that during the Christmas and New Years Eve nights there will be extra charges to your room, may even double room rates in some hotels and places There is also what is called "compulsary dinner" charges, whether you eat/party at the hotel or not on those nights. Just be aware of those while booking in case they don't mention that.
Have fun, this is a season when everyone is in the spirit and partying! Enjoy

GETTING TO KNOW THE PEOPLE

by mamasan69

On my second visit to Thailand I travelled alone for the first time. This turned out to be one of the best experiences and times of my life.
On of the main things that travelling alone forces you to do, is get associated with the local people. On the last trip I had my brother to buffer me because of his previous knowledge of Thailand.
I had a great time meeting the locals in Bangkok and Koh Samui, not to mention in between. This continued on for me even when I was with my local girl, as we weren't staying in an area where many Westerners seemed to stay. She helped me with learning some new (to me) local customs and language, and this can only help my next time.

In love with fisherman pants?

by beebah

What to wear
Most of time you can wear whatever you want in this country. But visiting places like temples, palace, do the tours around the city. Dress modestly. People will treate you nicer if you dress 'nice'.

So how far you go?
Wearing very short skirts, shorts, tank-top that showing your belly button is "OK" but not for everywhere you go You might see some Thai girls dress like that too sometimes but I can tell you they dress like that only when they go out for a party and ALWAYS with glamourous style. So, the key is.. KNOW we you're going and dress yourself to suit occassion. We won't complain if you wanna wear spaghetti stripes tops because it's so hot in Thailand but then stay out of sacred places.

The Fisherman Pants
Fisherman pants are cool. But wearing them with thongs to wander around town is cosidered "low class" (Even we don't say it out loud) As I could see.. backpackers love those. I don't hate backpackers (I'm one of them) but sometimes it's nicer to dress 'respectable' if you want to be treaten nice. Even T-shirt and shorts are nicer than fisherman pants and tight sleeveless shirts.

We love to wear fisherman pants too, but not with spaghetti stipes tops and thongs to roam around the city. It's not the way to "go local"

So it means I shouldn't wear them in the city?
No, it's OK, You can wear them in town but make sure altogether with your shirt you won't look like a bum. (wearing them with 'modest' shirt always helps)

Or wearing these when you finished your day trip and relaxing around your guesthouse or for your Yoga class, casual dinner with friends.. is OK. Not when you're doing the trip or going to cinema, eating out in the 'good' restaurants, meeting your friends at the fancy shopping malls. Unless you wanna be considered 'low class'

Well, as a counclusion. You can dress sexy if you want (oh yes, we don't mind as long as it's not in the temples) but don't dress 'too casual all the time' we just don't get it.

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Address: 9/1 Ratchadaphisek Road, Klong Toey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand