Mystic Place Rooms in Bangkok

224 / 5 - 9, 224 / 11 - 18 Pradipat Rd., Samsennai, Phayathai, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand
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I'm looking for a travel buddy!

by Vparkinson

Hi everyone!
I'm 27 & am looking to travel thailand for the 2nd time. I'm hoping to fly out on august 11th 2010 for a few months providing I can find a travel buddy! So if ur 21-35 & r also going to b in Thailand from 11th aug, please email me at
Thanks very much!

Re: I'm looking for a travel buddy!

by khunwilko

Before you visit this place, look at these sites - the place is a best a circus, probably a lot worse.

If you have any idea about wildlife or conservation you might well come to the conclusion that your money would be better spent elsewhere.

Tiger Temple Truths

Facebook site.

Tiger Temple Truths web site

careforthewild –

Q & A.....§ion=Home

Organisations supporting Care for The Wild.....§ion=Home


National Geographic.

Tiger Temple – Kanachanaburi Site – Amazing Thailand -

Read the Careforthewild report -§ion=Home - it is endorsed by over 30 Wildlife Agencies.

Ethical traveller.......says....

Tiger Temple UK site.....

Another site -

in direct conflict with the "claims" of the monks at the Temple.........

"Dharamsala (Himachal Pradesh): His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje has appealed to his fellow Tibetans not to harm wildlife, at an awareness event organised by Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and Care for the Wild International (CWI). "

It is not hard to understand why visitors to the place are so easily beguiled by the mix of mysticism and misinformation that is expounded by the place.

However it is at the end of the day a money making operation that deliberately misleads the public.

Thaivisa – thread -

and now it's a zoo!!! - but only next door!!!

Cameras at the Temple thread.�

Review on Tripadvisor.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

A dream

by leffe3

Wat Pho. Wat Arun. Grand Palace complex. Three definite reasons to visit Bangkok. Mix that with many other must see sites, a day trip to Ayuthaya, the Floating Market and more along with a city that is geared to visitors. Too many to mention, plus the fact that it is the gateway to other parts of Thailand.

Little Green

by aukjejetty

Bangkok has little green space, but Lumphini Park on Rama 4 Road and the Queen’s Park on Sukhumvit Road provide a nice break from the city streets. Chatuchak Park is farther north, but all are easy to reach on the new sky train.

Muang Boran ~ Grand Palace

by Audrey118

The Dusit Maha Prasat Palace ~ Grand Palace is porbably the most famous and the oldest palace in Bangkok. This duplicate construction at Muang Boran is meticulously based on the principal sturcture which is believed to be in the original architectural and decorative style. You can awe at the hand-painted decorative motifs on the pillars and posts of the interior are taken from detailed studies of the base of the Reclining Buddha at Wat Phra Chetuphon in Bangkok, the ceiling and the woodwork from some private museums, and the giltwork between the windows, depicting the 12- Month Royal Ceremony, from Wat Nang Nong in Thonburi.

Rememeber to bow and say...

by StevieF

Rememeber to bow and say 'Thank You' as a courtesy to people who serve you.
When eating Thai food use a fork in your left hand and a spoon in your right, it does make it easier.
Temple ettiquette -
Take off your shoes when entering the Temples also do not wear shorts (legs should be covered) and have your shoulders covered too, this especially applies to females who also should have their mid-drifts covered. Kneel down in temples and DO NOT point your FEET at the Buddha image as it is a mark of great disrespect to do so.
Give a donation and place an offering at the Temples Buddha for good luck in life.
There is a Buddha for every day of the week, each portrays an aspect of the person, find out yours it is remarkable how true it is.
People are friendly always give them your time and give polite conversation.
It is not the done thing to hold hands and show affection i.e. kissing in public.
Do not make any degrading or inflamotry remark about the King and the Royal Family as they are highly revered by the Thai people, in fact it is an offence to speak out about the King in public. This is the 9th King and he is regarded as a good King by the people as well as the 5th King of Thailand.

Females should not touch or talk to Buddhist monks.

Packing List

by Dreks

1] Trolley Luggage
Bangkok lures every visitor to do shopping for gifts, souvenirs, and personal clothing and accessories with its price ranging from affordable to cheap! Your trolley is your best convenient companion to put your stuff in on your way home.

2] Backpack

If you intend to visit several temples and tourist spots in a single day, you should bring along a backpack where you can conveniently put and carry your bottled water, foods/snacks, maps, and souvenir items along the way. 1] Thin T-shirts and pants.

Bangkok has a scorching heat especially felt when visiting large temples and the Grand Palace. Wearing thin clothing cools you a bit even by just fanning yourself with your map. White T-shirts are better as they seem not to absorb the sun's heat.

2] Sandals/Rubber Shoes/Sneakers/Slippers

Wear something that is most comfortable with your feet, preferably those with cushion as you will have a lot of walking to do. For rubber shoes, slip-ons are better because they are easy to wear and remove when required in some areas in the temple.

3] Hat/Sunglass/Handkerchiefs

These are your best buddies against intense heat!


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Address: 224 / 5 - 9, 224 / 11 - 18 Pradipat Rd., Samsennai, Phayathai, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand