Napa Place Bed & Breakfast

Sukhumvit 36, Yaek 2 Klongtoey, 11 3, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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by ubicrescent


Can anyone advice me how to go from Montein Hotel , 54 Surawongse Road, Bangkok

10500, Thailand to W120 North Sathorn Rd.Silom, Bangkok 10500 for a Spa.

The cost of transport and the Spa cost , if anyone has been there?

Thank you.

Re: Bangkok

by Curt1591

Sathorn is about a half kilometer south of Surawong and they run parallel to each other. Not knowing the exact location of the spa, it's hard to estimate the distance.

Your best bet is to walk to the street, cross the street and flag a passing taxi. This will get you heading towards Narithiwat, which may be the easiest way towards Sathorn.

Re: Bangkok

by kenrkp

transport by taxi about 60-80 cost don't no

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Temple Etiquette

by Jmill42

If you come to Bangkok and don't see a Wat (temple) then there is something wrong with you. For those who are normal, though, there are certain guidlines you should follow when entering temples.

The strictness of rules changes with the level of importance of the temple you are visiting.

At the Royal Palace, no bare shoulders or shorts should be worn. Men can sometimes get away with more than women (HA HA!!) Generally, if your knees are covered, you will be fine.

Don't point, and don't point your feet towards the buddha in a temple when you kneel down. The head is considered closest to heaven and good, the feet the furthest and bad.

Shoes off

Women never "tempt" the monks!! Don't touch or hand anything to them.

Never be above a Buddha, and never touch a shrine.

Be respectful and the Thai people will respect you back. Be an idiot, and I hope they put you in a Muay Thai ring...

See the Temples (Wats)of the...

by StevieF

See the Temples (Wats)of the Emerald and Golden Buddha
The Temples or Wats are incredible and are defiantly worth a visit. Remember to take off your shoes as you enter the Temple and follow the codes of conduct. Both male and female should be covered (no bare shoulders/arms or mid drift, no shorts or legs uncovered also) as marks of respect when entering a Holy Place of worship.

If you go to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Buddha image made of Jade) which is defiantly a must see, you will be instructed to sit down as it is a very sacred place of worship, Remember not to point your feet at the Buddha image as it is a very bad mark of disrespect in Eastern Culture especially Thailand.

The Temple of the Golden Buddha (Buddha Image made of soild gold standing over 15 foot high)is also a very good one to visit and it is worthwhile to have your picture taken with it, to have as a great memory and talking point when you get back home.

Check also the events calander to see if you arrive at the start of a religious or local celebration and festival. It is worth to find out what is going on so as not to miss out on any processions or firework displays. Be aware that at some festivals or local customs might involve water being thrown about, which is seen as cleansing the bad spirits away. Check out the Thailand and Bangkok websites for more info. My Best memory of Bangkok will be the smiling and helpful people who always seem to have a calm way about them in such a busy crowded place.

River Cruise - Grand Palace

by Audrey118

Near the Chang Pier', you can have a peep of Wat Phra Kaeo and the Grand Palace through Ratchaworadit Royal Pier is on sight.
The majestic Palace was built in 3 years and commemorated in 1785.

Wat Pra Kaeo, the royal Chapel of the Emerald Buddha, built in 1782 houses Thailand's most revered Buddha image and it the most notable repository of the Thai arts. In the Ubosoth, or the ordination hall, which houses the Emerald Buddha is located on the southern side of the temple ground.
It is cut out from a single gemstone....but I think it is jade rather emerald. And each season it has a new outfit.

The Grand Palace was traditionally the residence of Chakri Kings who had ruled Thailand since 1782, and originally conceived by King Rama I. Subsequent Chakri Kings built Thai and European-styles palaces until the complex assumed it present form. Get off at 'Chang Pier' and walk straight on Na Phra Lan Road to the main entrance of Wat Phra Kaeo.


by Unknownsu

Two things that Thais revere most are faith (Buddhism) and monarchy, and it would be a grievous offense to criticize one or both. They are forbidden from coming into contact with women so tourists should treat every Buddha image, small or large, with the same reverence the locals do.

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by imstress

buy a luggage back if u buy too much things back. The weather is hot so dress cauasal.
Bring or buy blouses or shirts for visit to Temples and 5* Restaurants. insect bite cream, tiger balm digital camera, memory sticks, charger, batteries


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Address: Sukhumvit 36, Yaek 2 Klongtoey, 11 3, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand