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by harangozo

I'll be at the airport for almost 7 hours waiting for my connection. What should I do ? After looking at shops for a few hours there must be something else ? Please give me suggestions .

Re: Airport

by xymmot

ride into the city by train, or stop by a spa and get a relaxing massage

Re: Airport

by stevemt

Its going to depend at what hour you are there, but I totally agree with the previous poster.

Re: Airport

by noosa_blue150

Whilst I cant commnet on whether to go into city from airport , theres also a airport lounge where if you pay a fee ( $25?) you can use lounge- internet- have a shower-read papers- with food and drink included . Look up bangkok flight services if thats of any interest to you - Im going to check it out in Oct 2010( Ive used one in KL and it wa excellent)

Re: Airport

by SirHalberd

If you are waiting during the day or early evening hours you can use the new Airport Rail Link. This train service is only15 baht until the end of December. Ride is less than a half hour. From the Ratchaprarop station (next to last) you can walk to Pratunam area. From the Phaya Thaya stop (last stop on City Line) you can also switch to the Skytrain for further rides around the city. But of course this has to be done during the day or early evening. No rail service after midnight right now.

The Airport Rail Link is located a couple levels below the first floor. On this first floor, near the Airport Express Bus kiosk, is a cheap food court - the Magic Food Court - which is open all night long.

If you are an "elite" frequent flier you may be able to use the VIP lounge too. Usually with Gold or Platinum or equivalent cards they will allow you in.

Good luck.

Re: Airport

by biker.buck

Go to the Eden CLub

Travel Tips for Bangkok

How to sample Local food

by Sosdaa

Local markets are all over Bangkok and the food and fruits are amazing and very cheap. It was a great experience as we found the local people very friendly and helpful. Although it seemed like a market for locals we never felt out of place. The fruits were amazing and tasty. Some of the fruits which we have never heaard or seen before were tasty and great.

Wats - Temples in Bangkok

by volopolo

Wats - Temples in Bangkok

Wats - Temples

Wat Phra Kaeo
(Temple of the Emerald Buddha)

Wat Pho (Temple of Reclining Buddha)
Location: Chetuphon Road

Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)
Location: On the west bank of the Chao Phraya River

Wat Benchamabophit (The Marble Temple)
Location: Si Ayutthaya Road

Wat Traimit (Temple of the Gold Buddha)
Location: East end of Yaowarat Road

Wat Suthat
Location: Bamrung Muang Road

Wat Ratchabophit
Location: Ratchabophit Road

Wat Ratchanatdaram
Location: At the corner of Ratchadamnoen Road & Mahachai Road

Wat Thepthidaram
Location: Mahachai Road, Next to Wat Ratchanatda

Wat Saket (The Golden Mount)
Location: Off Ratchadamnoen Avenue

Wat Mahathat
Location: Na Phrathat Road

Wat Indravihan
Location: In the Bang Khun Phrom area on Wisutkasat Road

Wat Bowon Niwet
Location: On Phra Sumen Road

Wat Thammongkol
Location: At Sukhumvit Rd

Attraction Type:Wat - Temples
City: Bangkok
Pictures in the web: Wat - Temples in Bangkok I ve been in many Temples in Bangkok and hope next time i will visit all temples.

My Photos
First Photo: Ticket from Wat Arun
Second photo: Statues in Wat Pho
Third photo: Wat in Bangkok
Forth photo: Windows from a Temple in Bangkok
Fifth photo: Wat in Bangkok

Closest beach to Bangkok

by bulldogtwo

Nearest beach is Pattaya, Rayong Ko, Chang area. Bus station at soi eckamai to Pattaya is about 3 hours, maybe another 30-45 minutes to Rayong and Ko Chang. Ko Chang beahes are usually much better unless you are looking for the bar scene and the ladies, then Pattaya is the place to go and then Jomtien beach isn't too bad.

Some behaviors are considered rude in public

by SumTingWong

Bangkok is very different from more rural Thailand, but the culture is still basically the same. There are many things that are seen as not a big deal in the west that are extremely rude here. Here is a list of things to not do (in public) while in Bangkok, and the rest of Thailand for that matter:

1) Do not kiss in public
2) Do not scream in public
3) Do not appear nude in public, even on the beaches
4) Do not hit someone in public (common sense)
5) Do not appear dirty in public (common sense, Thai culture is very clean)
6) Do not disrespect holy sites
7) Do not show the bottom of your feet in public (do not point the bottom of your feet at anyone or anything holy)

Pack Light!!

by boocik04

Bring a big bag if you decide to shop but remember, if you take Air Asia flights you are only eligible for 15kg of luggage! Light clothing is essential as it is very hot. You don't need to bring a lot of clothes. Buy them when you are in Bangkok or at the Chatuchak market. They are so cheap. Get a pair of comfortable walking shoes such as Scholl or Birkenstock as there will be a lot of walking. Most of the famous brands of toiletries and medical supplies are available easily at big supermarkets, 7-Eleven, Foodland and even pharmacies. So, if you forgot to bring your doedorant, head over to Watson's and get that favourite brand of yours!


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