Miramar Hotel Bangkok

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

777 Mahachai Road, Wangburaphapirom, Phanakorn, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand

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Excellent
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6
Very Good
29%
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Average
34%
20
Poor
15%
9
Terrible
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5

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 32% less than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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    Miramar Hotel

    by

    This hotel may not be in the right area for tourists as it's far from sky train. Your choice of transportation is limited to taxi and bus but it's too far from some attractions.

    I had a meal there several times and I can tell you all the food are great! I know the owner personally and he's such a great man...I really feel sorry for what he's been going through these days. God bless him!

    Unique Quality: Classical style interior

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Forum Posts

shopping for teenage son

by sezabell

any one know of shops that cater for teenagers, 15 year old sons into ... skate boarding, rock music death metal kind of punkish lol dont think the good old tuk tuk t shirts will cut it this time lol

Re: shopping for teenage son

by SirHalberd

Are they with you or is this some "item" you have to carry home with you?

If he is with you in Bangkok he might be into some of the junk sold at Panthip Plaza on Phetchaburi Road. They have electronics, videos (have to make sure they are compatible with your home player) and games.

If he or they are not with you think twice about carrying some huge item back with you through airports, security, on trains, etc. You could ask your sons what might be something you could get that would please them. You might be surprised that it is something simple. For me, at 15, I would ask for a couple pretty Thai girls in your suitcase!

Good luck.

Re: shopping for teenage son

by bkk_kd

I think some of the shops on the 6th floor of MBK should interest your son. That's where I'd shop for a new board, accessories, etc.

Perhaps some of the used (retro) clothing stalls at Chatuchak would interest him as well. They have some cool, hard to find copies, t-shirts.

Re: shopping for teenage son

by sezabell

yes mbk for sure managed to find a few tops that he had on my list last year, he will be with us this time, 3 teenagers and 2 pre schoolers ! maybe the dads should do the shopping trips. jst trying to narrow it down abit so we are not having to travel all over the city trying to find things. last time he was there he was 9 so this time its what ever he buys he carry's !!

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Dome of the temple

by edachsund

Here is the Dome of Golden Mount temple. I went to climbed up to the very top of the temple and was enjoying the scenary. Because of the hot whether on February, I and Nadine had a nap on wooden bench in every corner where they provide for tourist and monks to take a rest after climbing stairs.

End of day cocktails

by thedouglas

We love to sit in the piano bar of our hotel and sip a beautiful cocktail at the end of the day - great way to wind down, and get your body ready for bed! They are usually so beautifully presented, and so enjoyable on holidays. Sitting at the end of the day, sipping a cocktail I haven't had before - listening to the piano - and just basking in the thought that I am back in Bangkok!

Royal Barges National Museum

by suraphona

Royal Barges National Museum
(Tel. 02-4240004)

This shed, where several royal barges are displayed, is located on Khlong Bangkok Noi off the Chao Phraya River not far from Phra Pin Klao Bridge. These barges were used on Royal and government occasions and formerly served war vessels. The most beautiful and well-known barge is "Suphanahong'' used by the King only when he made his Royal river procession for the Kathin ceremony a Buddhist tradition of offering robes to monks, usually during October or November. The Royal barges proceeded during the Rattankosin Bicentennial celebrations. The unique design and decorative details of each barge should be of great interest to all visitors.

The shed is open to the public every day from 8.30 am-4.30 pm. There is an admission fee of 10 baht.

1. Always greet people by...

by harryboy

1. Always greet people by saying sawat-dii khrap if you are a male say sawat-dii kha in case you are a female (Thai people always greet before starting any conversation...)and this is an all purpose greeting(and farewell)

2. Don't point your feet at people or at things

3. Don't touch a thai person on head

4. In temples go neatly dressed (no shorts or sleeveless shirts) and u'll have to take off your shoes to enter the temples

5. Budhha images are sacred objects , don't pose in front of them for pictures and definately don't touch them

6. Monks are not to toch and nor touched by females !!!

7.When in a temple keep your feet away from buddha's image or monks ( see how the monks are sitting in the photo u'll know)

Clothes for Bangkok

by Arjaree

Prepare yourself for the heat in Bangkok. Its HOT and sunny and it can be humid as well. Anyway, clothes are cheap here so you might not have to bring many.

OK here is something we DONT want to see you wear...boxers. Seen a few men wearing boxers out on the street. They should be fined for doing that..but then again its Thailand, not Singapore.

Something to add: You should bring a few nice clothes for an evening or a night out. Again you can find something cheap here. There are several photo shops around. I dont think you have to worry about this.

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