Oakwood Apartments Trilliant Sukhumvit 18

26 Sukhumvit Soi 18, Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
Oakwood Apartments Trilliant Sukhumvit 18
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which hotels are near IMPACT Exhibition Center, Muang THong Thani

by kyawthiha

which hotels,motels and inn are near IMPACT Exhibition Center, Muang THong Thani

Re: which hotels are near IMPACT Exhibition Center, Muang THong Thani

by Curt1591

Search for hotels around "Don Muang Airport". It's up that way.

Re: which hotels are near IMPACT Exhibition Center, Muang THong Thani

by sombat_ch

Hi. Impact have direct shutter bus to-from Chajuchak BTS skytrain station transportation any hotel in bangkok will be convenient
see info. -- > http://www.relaxzy.com/eng/bangkok-hotels.html
If you travelling by. Car or Taxi . the area of Donmueng e.g. Quality suite Bangkok hotel may be the nearest place.
Sombat Ch.

Re: which hotels are near IMPACT Exhibition Center, Muang THong Thani

by gaolei

I stayed in the Sukhumvit area the last 2 times i had a show there. I either took a taxi or skytrain to Mochit. from there I took the shuttle or taxi. There is a hotel close to the Impact center, but there is not much else. The area is exceptionally dull. If you are just going for a show and don't care about seeing the town or the better restaurants, stay near the show. Otherwise, get a hotel like the Dynasty Inn Grande on Sukhumvit Soi 6, and enjoy the trip.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

The Khao San road. The home of...

by R.Dettmann

The Khao San road. The home of the travelers scene. Here you can find a mass of budget accommodation and lots of nice cheap things to buy. The fantastic Thail food was served everywhere on the streets.

Go Shopping

by MacKiwi

Bangkok is a shoppers paradise and one of the most reasonably priced and varied department stores is MBK. Getting there is easy. Just catch the Sky Train to the National Stadium station and you can't miss it.

Do not let your children feed the city elephants!

by 42pine

This will probably shock many--and even upset some. (Note: I am a RN that specializes in Occupational, Environmental and Public Health)

It is illegal to feed an elephant in the city. The fine in Bangkok is severe, 10,000Baht!. If you wish to take a chance, as enforcement will likely be lax, please read the following:

This does not relate to elephants outside the city (at least not to the same degree).

There is a very sad reason for this. Mahouts have a terrible time making a living, so many turn to the cities where tourists will pay for a piece of fruit to feed the elephant.

The elephant's snout, indeed, it's entire enormous respiratory system is a perfect breeding ground for TB (tuberculosis). About 14,000 Thais die of TB in year and TB is an ongoing problem (worldwide! not just in Thailand) and the Thai government works hard to contain it spending enormous amounts of Baht on prevention and treatment.

A mahout working an elephant in the city is extremely likely to become infected with TB via the elephant becoming infected. Many city elephants and their mahouts will test positive for TB. TB is very transmittable.

So imagine a child, handing a piece of fruit to an elephant. The damp snout touches the child's hand---the child eats something, the outcome is that the child (or adult) will become infected.

TB is curable, though there are strains which require extreme expense and extreme duration of treatment (~1 year). TB is not to be taken likely.

If you or your child must feed a city elephant (and risk a fine), at least bring some alcohol based (do not use non-alcohol based) antiseptic lotion and use it after feeding the elephant. TB bacilli are easily killed with alcohol. Wash hands with soap and water at the first opportunity.

The mahout's plight is real, it will give you good karma to make a donation, and let the mahout feed the elephant. They are very expensive to feed and keep.

If the elephant (or the mahout) is coughing -- double trouble, keep at least 6' away. There is an elephant hospital north of Chiang mai, if you wish to help "the elephants" look them up and send them a donation. Perhaps another here could add as a comment beneficial elephant groups that help the elephants and their mahouts.

Note: There is an epidemic currently in America (and I imagine elsewhere in the world) with circus elephants. In America many circus elephants have died from TB. So, please do not take this as a slur to Thailand. The problem is more acute in Thailand because circus elephant handlers do not need others to feed their elephants to survive.

At zoos and elephant camps, ask if the elephants are tested for TB--if they look at you strangely, it is likely that they are not caring for the elephants properly. (Or it may be that you don't speak thai.) (Note: as a nurse I am tested for TB annually, and so should the elephants and mahouts)

Bangkok: Old & New

by shrimp56

Bangkok, like many Asian cities, is a mixture of old and new. The city presents a face of modernity, with sparkling skyscrapers and shopping centers. But it doesn't take much of an effort to look down the side streets and see evidence that not everyone in these cities is part of the economic flowering.

Packing List

by SueRivet

OK, so you're travelling around Southeast Asia, using Bangkok as your hub, and you want to know what to do with all of that extraneous stuff that you brought, as well as all of the gifties for the folks back home. What to do?

I left a bag of stuff, books and souvenirs and such, at Lek GH on KSR for a couple of weeks, at 10 baht per day. They put it into a locked room, with your passport number in the bag. You need your passport to retrieve it.

I also left a bag of things (now growing!) at New Joe GH on Trok Mayom, one block from KSR, for a couple of days, at 8 baht/day. They also lock the room, and secure retrieval with passport number. They seemed more systematic, with shelving and such it was quite tidy and organized-looking. I would definitely go there again.

Many guesthouses in the area store stuff, for about the same (or less, for longer term, like a month).

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Address: 26 Sukhumvit Soi 18, Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand