New Road Guest House

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1216/1 Charoen Krung between soi 34 and 36 15200, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand
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78%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
22%
15
Very Good
34%
23
Average
22%
15
Poor
13%
9
Terrible
6%
4

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Couples58
  • Solo71
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Suvarnabhumi Airport taxi price ?

by Vim_P

anyone tell how much a taxi would cost from Suvarnabhumi Airport to New Road Guest House hotel on 1216/1 Charoen Krung rd bangkok.
also how far is it from khao san road?

Re: Suvarnabhumi Airport taxi price ?

by bulldogtwo

The price at the taxi stand should run you about 600B and that should also include the toll. You could get a meter run taxi and that may run you about 400-500 but probably about the same to Khao San Rd. You are better off with the taxi stand. Unless it is way out of the way, the price will be the same in the general area of downtown.

Re: Suvarnabhumi Airport taxi price ?

by keigo

I think the cose might around 400Bht, not over than 500Bht (if in traffic jam). For Khao San Road, quite far, take taxi around 100Bht.

Re: Suvarnabhumi Airport taxi price ?

by travelagent4thailand

if you get on the cabs that actually run their meter - about 300 Baht + 80 Baht toll, that's off peak hours

strongly suggest, stay away from cabs that refuse to turn on their meters...

Travel Tips for Bangkok

You should try the local food....

by Gard

You should try the local food. I'm from Europe and I had never seen many of the fruits that they have in Asia and some very so good (like rambutan and mangosteen) and others are terrible (like durian). But it is worth trying it.

Wat Pho Temple

by SirRichard

One of the oldest & largest temple of Bangkok(tough maybe too touristic now), it houses a 46m gold plated reclining Buddha. It is so big that U can never see it entirely, as it is inside a building and the walls are to close to see it with good perspective. The only way to seee the whole statue is from the feet, in a very extrene perspective...

There is a massage school here, and they give masages for about 3-4 USD. Ask at the ticket office.

Interrogations

by HasTowelWillTravel

I was met several times by school children during my stay in Bangkok and Thailand. They usually were sent to places like the Royal Palace or Wat Pho to interview tourists to practice their English. I met a group my first day in Thailand. They were adorable, shy and polite, but with a schoolchild giggling streak. They asked general questions about where I'm from, where I'm going, do I like Thailand, etc. They either wrote down or recorded my answers, and then left after a few minutes.

If you are approached by a group, do them a favor and say hi. It is not a scam, they don't want money, but I saw so many others refuse to talk to them. It is a fun experience, one that has stayed with me even after the trip. Enjoy it.

Crispy Pad Thai!

by machomikemd

Pad Thai is available everywhere in Bangkok and it cost 35 baht at chatuchak, 40 at pratunam, 50 at siam paragon foodcourt, 55 Baht at Took Lae Dee Foodland Supermarket. but I was intrigued by this offering at the Suvarnabhumi Airport of Crispy Pad Thai, it was deelicous and spicy! but the price was 350 Baht a box (expensive!)

Biking around Bangkok, THAILAND

by bkkcyc

Biking in Chom Thong area, Bangkok
- We begin cycling around "Chom Thong" village where is Thai original living along Klong Dan canal. Visiting at Wat Ratchaoros, originally called Wat Chom Thong dated back to Ayuthaya period, was renamed to its present day title when it became the royal temple of King Nangklao. The temple is unique because of the blending of Chinese architecture style into Thai buddhist temple.

Biking in Samut Sakhon area
- We catch a local train from Wongwienyai to "Mahachai Market" Thailand's largest traditional fresh seafood market where located 30Km from Bangkok. The train also pass through the largest brine salt farm. Across river by ferryboat to "Tha Chalom" a large fishing village. Cycling by 10Km to "Ao Mahachai mangrove forest" where is around Tha Chin estuary. It's also the forest for nature study and was conserved by the government. What we prepare: TREK MTB Bicycle, Helmet, Lunch and drink, Train and ferryboat ticket
What you prepare: Short pants, Sport shoe, Sunglass, Sunblock and personal uses

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Address: 1216/1 Charoen Krung between soi 34 and 36 15200, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand