Natural Ville Bangkok

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

61 Soi Langsuan Lumpini, Pathuwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
37%
52
Very Good
45%
63
Average
12%
17
Poor
4%
6
Terrible
1%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 36% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families95
  • Couples82
  • Solo71
  • Business83

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Bangkok - eating and shopping haven!!!

by Audrey118

"Among my favourite destinations - Bangkok"

My favourite time to travel to Bangkok would be late December - early January, where there is big sales and milder weather. I love eating and shopping, you will be spoiled for choice here.

TO EAT LIST DEC TRIP
* Harmonique Restaurant (all time fav)
22 Charoenkrung 34 +662 6306270

And must return to Baan Kanitha - along Sathon Tai (South) Road which is just couple of doors away from Banyan Tree and Sukothai hotel. The restaurant is always busy, lots of tourists but the place is really charming.

STREET FOOD - Thip Samai Noodle Shop
Phat Thai Koong Sod (Fried noodle and egg with prawn)
Opposite Soi Samranrat. Daily 5pm-3am (221-6280)
Long waiting line for take-home can be seen everyday between 18:00-21:00. Proved to be the best Phat Thai in Bangkok, Thip Samai has been opened since September 9, 1966 and closed only every last Wednesday of the month. The restaurant menu ranges from regular Phat Thai priced at Bht25 to the special one with glass noodle, crab meat, grind cuttlefish, slice mango, prawn and shrimp roe with the price of Bht120.

Chote Jit Thai Restaurant
Couple shophouses off Tanao Road inside Phraeng Phuton area
Chote Jit is another one fine restaurant in the middle of old-style row houses. It has been opened for approximately 80 years. Don't forget to order Mee Krob, Kaeng Som, Kaeng Lieng. This place is an all-time favorite restaurant of a Bangkok Post food critic.

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Ton Po Riverside Thai Restaurant
Phra Athit road. Daily 11am-10pm (280-0452)

A riverside restaurant with a real Thai flavour. Ton Po once had a wide covered veranda on the Chao Phraya river but was removed to give way to a riverside walkway project by the city of Bangkok. The cool breeze and the view of the river still can be obtained with a table right by the river. Most of the foods here are delicious and the special menus are 'Steamed Snakehead Fish with Curry Paste and Herb' and 'Spicy Gurami Soup Mixed Herb and Tamarind Leaves'.

Potch Spa Karn
Thai Restaurant
Sao Ching Cha Intersection. Daily 10am-9pm (222-2686)
Opened for more than 70 years but just moved to this facility, Potch Spa Karn cooks its foods based on a recipe from the royal Thai kitchen. Try Kang Jeud Look Rok and Mee Krob.


Mitr Ko Yuan
Democracy Monument. Daily 10am-11pm (224-3088)
Mitr Ko Yuan, a one row-house shop, has been opened for business for more than 65 years. Well-known for the taste and variety of its food, this restaurant serves Thai, Chinese and Western foods. A favourite menu is Mee Krob Rama V, Tom Yum Koong, Phad Poy Xian, Sirloin Salad, Cow-tongue Stew and Steak. A tiny and kind owner always walk around asking the ups and downs of his frequent customers. If you are not a regular, you may sweat when the bill come. Several zeros are added to the real total just for the sake of the fun from the owner. Lately, the interior has been renovated so the old feeling is gone but the taste's still the same since day one.

Takiang Restaurant
Wisut Kasat. Mon-Fri 10am-2pm & 5pm-11pm, Sat-Sun 5pm-11pm (281-2837)
This dimmy restaurant has a huge collection of antique lamps, hence the name of the restaurant. The food are so delicious. You can order anything from the menu, there are all mouth-watering. If you don't know what to choose, pick from the recommended items. You won't be disappointed. Kang Som is good for a soup. Cost for two is about Bht500 (exclusive of alcohol)

Polo Fried Chicken 137/1-3 Soi Oilo
Wireless Road, Lumpini 011-66-1252-2252
Here is lots of flies flying around...but i did not get sick eating here... so perhaps my stomach was well trained - but overall quite delicious. Although a bit out of the way - must go by cab.

Somboon seafood Rest - go where the locals eat - here they serve delicious crab curry, and great vermicelli noodle. Also nice catfish etc. and bbq suiqd and crab. Very modest in pricing but service stuff do not speak much english.

"Shopping"

Remember to get the 5 pct Visitor Discount Card from the Customer Service Sec of each large departmental store...and also get those tax refunds.... In the year 2005, Thai Government has launched a discount card for tourist, Thailand Visitor Card 2005 so everyone should visit the toursit office TAT Head Office on Phetburi Road (just below Phetchaburi subway station)

Remember also the daily claim for the tax refund, you need to endorse the documents on a DAILY basis.

If you need a map for shopping, the map by Nancy Chandler can be very helpful.

Otop City? at Impact Arena in Muang Thong Thani. The gift show begins tomorrow in Halls 1 to 8 with a load of ?One Tambon One Product? products. Skilled traditional weaves and a fine and beautiful collection of hand-crafted products, using an array of local materials, await. This annual grand sale is hosted by the government.
The nine-day fair is open from 9am to 10pm and runs until December 25.
For additional information, call
(02) 622 3157.

If you are into Jim THompson stuff, you must visit their sales outlets. Although at the sales outlets, the varieties are not the latest, but if you are into upholstery there is soooo much to choose from. The one I visit is at Soi 93, take the Skytrain to On Nut station and then jump into a cab - you be there in a jiffy. There is one sales outlet albeit smaller, lesser collection - but near to the main Store in Surawong Road, 149/4-6 Surawong Road. But for the latest stuff - you just have to visit the shops in many large malls.

"Hotel and Spa"

Over the past years we have mainly stayed at the Marriott hotel, and the Banyan Tree Bangkok Hotel. We also liked the Marriott Resort and Spa,
which is down far away along the wrong side of the Chao Phraya but has great access to BTS station at Sathorn Taksin.

Our recent choie of accomodaiton in Bkk is serviced apartment - there are so many located around Chidlom Central, but we remained at the Mayfair Marriott - simply becos it is under the Marriott umbrella, and there is a convenient kiosk behind it. The only snag is it is a good 10 min walk iunder the very hot sun to the Central mall, or even to the Skytrain. Across the street there is yet another serviced apartment, which has spa facilities.

Many of these hotels have their in house spas, but there are also plenty outside in the city equally good. If you have time to venture it is worth it.

Nibhana Spa at the Central Chidlom is haven when you need to put up your feet after hectic shopping!!!
Nibhana Spa
Natural Ville Residence; 8th Floor; 61 Lang Suan Soi 2 Road; Lumpini
Bangkok
+66(0)2 2507058-9

For a local flavour, try Ruen Nuad Massage
42 Convent Road, Silom
Bangkok
+662 6322662-3

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Links
the Skytrain with also any special fairs available
http://www.bts.co.th/en/index.asp

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Accommodation in Bangkok

by aussie75

Hi there!!!

I will be in Bangkok for 3 nights at the end of September and I would like to know if anyone can suggest me a good place where to stay! :)

I would like to stay in a safe place in the centre from where I can maybe take some one-day-tour around...and with some facilties like safe boxes and maybe swimming-pool!!

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Micky

Re: Accommodation in Bangkok

by mhelisvm

I'd been to Bangkok in 2002 and I stayed in Asia Hotel. It is along the main road (can't remember the name). Somewhat central coz it is just several minutes away from the biggest mall in Bangkok. But it is not very modern.
But if you're not tight in budget you can also stay in Novotel which is more grand. It is more central and near to Hard Rock Cafe. Opposite Novotel is a thai restaurant that offers superb food.

Re: Re: Accommodation in Bangkok

by aussie75

Thank you!!! :)

Re: Accommodation in Bangkok

by noddle

I normally stay at service apartments, price very reasonable. the Cape House, centre point, and natural Ville are right in the city centre with good restaurants, more for expats on the same street on Soi Langsuan, close to "Chitlom" skytrain station. Check it out!

Re: Re: Accommodation in Bangkok

by ammy28

Yes.. I stayed at Novotel Hotel on Siam. It was nice hotel with good location at only USD50

Re: Re: Accommodation in Bangkok

by noddle

As I mentioned earlier, the nice service apartments that I normally stay is Centre point. You can check the detail from their website. Average price, good value for money.
http://www.centrepoint.com/eng/default.asp
the rooms various from US60 to 100, depending on the sizes, smallest one will be about 400 sq.ft
Also, there is a new boutique hotel named "Davis" on Sukhumvit 88, very nice & fresh, if you are looking for something relaxing and special, you can try the new Metrepolitan Hotel close to Sukhothai Hotel, all staff are young, not above 30. Good atmosphere and comfortable but more expensive, around US130
Let me know if you want to know more

Re: Re: Accommodation in Bangkok

by mhelisvm

By the way, just want to add re Asia Hotel....
It is connected to the metro station via its 2nd flr. This will come in handy during very hot or rainy days. That is if you're planning to take the public transpo.
Also, if you plan to ride the metro during your stay, I suggest that you check out their tourist/visitor metro card. You can have unlimited rides for 3 or 15 days, whichever you choose for a small price.
And as per my experience, Bangkok's metro is clean and neat and fast.
Hope this helps, though unsolicited =)

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Clean Parks in the busy city!

by yen_2

We're here in Bangkok for almost a year now and this park that my hubby always told me last past 6 months is only adjacent to where we live but I just been here this afternoon and notice that its clean and very greeny. I was thinking last time that it was dirty and the smell would just cause my head aches but it wasn't. It proves me wrong! There are many expats that I saw jogging around the park. People eating in the tables, students studying in the benches and even babies are playing with the flowers(they have baby & kids corner)...I was amazed of the place since when you get out of the park, you can see lots of vendors in the streets, busy cars, polluted air and chaois traffic! Its a public holiday today(Sports Day) so, there are many people in the park exercising, I thought of exercising too but I was too tired to do it,hehehe...well, poor me..I'm too fat now;-) I had a nice time walking around, watching lovers in the benches and the family busy cuddling their babies...they have lovely sunflower in there too...and orchids!

The wai greeting

by bulldogtwo

I am assuming "other geographic region" to mean in Thailand.

In Thailand it is the same all over. It is a respectful greeting, or a way of saying sorry, or goodbye. Normally hands, together as in prayer, chest level just under the chin. The higher one goes the more respect you show for that person that is being greeted, such as elders or a high ranking monk or priest.
Hope that helped!

Touching body for sharing goodness

by zazatann

When we do something together but the thing that we share is too small for everyone or too far. We usually touch body of a person who mainly do that thing for us as touching is like linking or connecting each other. This is not necessary to do but just some people will do and we believe that we share making goodness together. So, it's mainly touch for doing something good and share to each other.

For example, giving a present and wish to someone, making merit in a temple by pouring lucky water during a chanting.

Oh well, it's quite complicated to explain to you even though I'm Thai.

Muay Thai or Thai Kick Boxing Venues

by jackbangkok

Places to enjoy Muay Thai

The top places for Thai boxing in Bangkok are the Lumpini Stadium and the Ratchadamneon Stadium.

Lumpini Stadium - Rama IV Rd, Lumpini Park Bangkok
Tel: 02 252 8765

Ratchadamneon Stadium - Ratchadamneon Nok Avenue Bangkok
Tel: 02 281 4205

Channel 7 Stadium - Near the old Northern Bus Station, opposite Chatajuk Park, MoChit Bangkok
Tel: 02 272 0201

Rangsit Stadium - 336/932 Prachthipat Rd Rangsit
Tel: 02 992 0099

Samrong Stadium - Samrong Rd Samutprakan
Tel: 02 393 3592

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Address: 61 Soi Langsuan Lumpini, Pathuwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand