Mirth Sathorn Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

60/1-5, Soi Sathorn 4, Kwang Silom, Khet Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand
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Taxi from Station to Airport

by ELDEB

Hi There,

I am traveling to Bangkok and Phattalung in November and will be needing to take a taxi from the station to the airport. Does anyone have any tips for me regarding time and distance, price, tolls,scams etc

Re: Taxi from Station to Airport

by SirHalberd

From what station to which airport?

When in Bangkok and taking a taxi to anywhere in that city, including the 2 airports, wave a moving taxi over. Tell the driver your destination and to use the meter. Meter starts at 35 baht. Pay the meter fare at your final stop. If you bargain the fare you pay more. Have small bills and change.

If the driver wants to bargain the fare and not use the meter get another one of the many hundreds of taxis available. If the driver uses the toll road you pay the toll charges. If you walk over to a parked taxi (lurking) they more often want to bargain the fare and you end up paying more for the ride. More taxis will accept using the meter than you think.

Are you going to take a taxi to Phattalung or are you arriving from there?

Re: Taxi from Station to Airport

by SirHalberd

This link has information for transportation from the airport to the city. There are bus options as well as meter taxi choices. Taxis from the airport are regulated if you get them from the taxi desk on the first floor. Also this is the same floor where you also get the Airport Express bus.

http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/node/52

http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/node/55

Airport Bus AE4 drops off at Hua Lumpong Railway Station and also picks up. But if your time is limited or uncertain don't rely on this if it means losing your flight.

Good luck.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

So many contrasts

by dabuwan

My fondest memory of Bangkok... there are so many... But probably it's the pleasure when I was discovering some quiet areas in this busy chaotic city.
The contrasts are amazing: inside the same disctrict, like Chinatown, you can immediately change atmosphere if you leave the busy main street and find some picturesque quiet hidden corners.

I like gold inside

by Sajt

If you look around in Bangkok you just see dirt and everything is a little bit different. People are poor. Outside, but the buildings like temples are beautiful. Everything gold, like the people inside.

Bangkok, things to do

by bulldogtwo

For most people Bangkokis an easy city to get around in and it's relatively cheap. Most of the taxis are metered and if they are not just wait for the next one to come by. Buses are frequent but may be a little hard to understand, but you can always ask someone, the Thai's are friendly and helpful. The easiest is the BTS and the MRT and you can get maps at most hotels or at the stations. They are fast, easy and cheap.
Sightseeing, you have the Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha, which you should not miss, I think admission is like 700B, but worh the price for most who see it. The Reclining Buddha also can be seen in this general area of the riverfront with admission at I think 200B. Chinatwon can be a fun place to see and a place to get a great meal or dim sum. All three of these are in the same general area. You may have to walk abit unless you want to get a taxi, but you can just as easily walk.
There is the floating market which is popular, getting there and leaving early the ticket here, it gets busy with tourists around 8-9 am, the time to leave. If you don't want to go to Damnern Saduak you can do this in Bangkok but it's a weekend activity only.
For shopping it's ahrd to beat the Sunday Market or Chatuchak Market, Fri, Sat and Sun only accessible by BTS and MRT, takes you right there. This is an all day thing unless you are not into crowds and shopping. This is a huge market, even if you don't look at everything it's hard to see the whole market in a day. There are places to eat and snack on while you are out there so it makes it easier to do this as a whole day activity.

As far as places to stay, there are hotels of every budget and star level as well as in every location. You do not mention either so if you want to give us a better idea as to your budget and what you want to do and see maybe we can give you more specifics. Lots of hotels along Sukhumvit Rd of all budget range. Ploenchit is a bit higher in price and then you can go to Khao san rd known as the backpacker area where they have nice clean cheap lodgings.

Good luck

Mai Pen Rai...

by Bangkokjoe

Mai Pen Rai is a phrase that pops up alot in and around Bangkok - you are bound to get it at some point. It's a sort of, "Oh dear, never mind" / "Mustn't grumble" sort of thing. No big deal.

You would use it in a similar way as sitting in a pub in London having the following conversation,

"...and on top of it all there's now all these terrorist threats and we are at war with Iraq. Typical ! ....oh well, mustn't grumble". Not that Thais would be grumbling about it in the first place...

LIGHTWEIGHT BEACH ATTIRE

by vigi

Shorts, sleeveless shirts, tank tops, sunglasses...etc. NICE CHIC SWIMWEAR is a MUST in Thailand. Lightweight synthetics breatheble outfits is better than cotton, it draw sweat away quickly, suitable for beach.

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