Orchid Resort

62 Soi Ladkrabang 48 Onnut-Ladkrabang Road, Bangkok, Thailand

2 Reviews

Orchid Resort
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Agoda.com Travelocity Booking.com

85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
21%
11
Very Good
39%
20
Average
25%
13
Poor
9%
5
Terrible
3%
2

N/A

Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Business
  • Families66
  • Couples54
  • Solo57
  • Business100
  • pfsmalo's Profile Photo

    Handy for the airport.

    by

    We chose this hotel mainly for its proximity to the airport, as we had an early flight the next morning. As it turned out it was a good choice, rooms were impeccably clean with a small terrace to hang a bit of washing out in the sun. Well-tiled bathroom added to a nice stay. Not forgetting the small pool at ground level, where we stayed and relaxed, could have had a massage too. We didn't eat at the hotel in the evening, opting to go to the Lat Krabang (Huatake) night market.
    Another good point is the free pick-up and drop-off shuttle to the airport.

    Paid 26€for the double inc.b'fast.

    Directions: Not easy to get too at all. Best to 'phone for the free pick-up from the hotel.

  • leon.partsi's Profile Photo

    Near the Airport

    by

    Great rooms, amenities and staff. The cost is maybe a little high for what it is, but otherwise it's a nice place to stop if you simply need to sleep for a few hours before a flight and don't care about the 2000-ish baht price tag.

    Unique Quality: Nothing. Totally average.

    Directions: 10 min taxi/shuttle bus from the airport

More about Bangkok

Photos

templestemples

BangkokBangkok

BTS Skytrain National Stadium StationBTS Skytrain National Stadium Station

The Robot BuildingThe Robot Building

Forum Posts

traditional dancers

by LIifeLover

is it possible to see a traditional thai dance show in bangkok? (i dont know the proper name) thanks in advance

Re: traditional dancers

by Curt1591

There are numerous venues featuring traditional Thai dance shows.

The Erawan Shrine, across the intersection from Centralworld, has free shows (donations accepted).

Siam Niramit has a huge production that rivals Las Vegas.

http://www.siamniramit.com/

Re: traditional dancers

by gaolei

There is a show near the skytrain terminal at Central. I think that is the same as previously mentioned. I think this one was actually at Central ouside the food court, not at the shrine. Anyway, many of the big hotels have shows. Check with your hotel.

Re: traditional dancers

by sombat_ch

Hi. For your info. please visit: http://www.tourismthailand.org
And some other private show at suan Sampran see : http://www.rosegardenriverside.com/index.html
I think there have traditional dancing of many part of thailand including
Thaiboxing show.
Have a fun here in thailand .Its thai culture to welcome with smile.
Sombat Ch.

Re: traditional dancers

by sombat_ch

Forget some information for your understanding see : www.banramthai.com
And also you can see thai dance show in Dinner time at Silom village.
sombat Ch.

Re: traditional dancers

by swindle

I would strongly recommend the Siam Niramit show. It was such a lovely night! The show was fantastic...don't miss it!

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Several floating markets...

by Bangladeshee

Several floating markets ('talaat naam') in and around Bangkok offer the tourist a picture-postcard image of the traditional Thai way of life. Small wooden boats laden with fruits, flowers, vegetables and other produce from nearby orchards and communities make a colorful and bustling scene at market time. The boats are inevitably paddled by Thai women in blue farmer's garb ('mor hom') and flat-topped conical hats called 'muak ngob', which are characteristic to all parts of Thailand. The floating markets are still important commercial centers for those living along the banks of 'klongs' with no road access.

No Sunshine please

by zazatann

As we know that not many people are happy with the thing you have got. The same as Thailand people here, we don?t want to get tan skin color as it doesn?t feel like attractive at all. This could be funny for white people but for us, it?s normal to see people wear hat, carry umbrella or use whitening skin cream. We try to get light skin. Hahaha?.. For me, I think I have to wait until my next life.

"Wai" Wouldn't You Say Hello Like This

by AKtravelers

I love the traditional "wai" Thai greeting, accompanied by a very pleasant "sawadee ka" or "sawadee krap". It is the most comforting greeting of any culture I've ever visited. It is warm, friendly and welcoming -- so much so that it is very easy to drop into it yourself. Compare it to the traditional western greeting -- the handshake. The handshake can be brutish and coarse, often a gesture of manly intimidation rather than a true greeting. That's just as you would expect, given that it originated as a way to show that you had no weapon in your right hand. In contrast, the "wai' is almost heavenly, and even feminine, no matter whether it comes from a man or a woman (or someone who might be a little both as happens every so often in Bangkok). I lovethe "wai"

The Chakri dynasty

by Bjorgvin

The Chakri dynasty has ruled in Thailand since 1782, but the role of the monarchy is limited. The founder of the dynasty was Rama I (r. 1782-1809) and it was in his reign and his successors´ that the Grand Palace and the greatest temples were built. Rama IV (r. 1851-1868) concentrated more on the development of the city. In the reign of Rama V, King Chulalongkorn (r. 1868-1910) the city was transformed through a program of public works, continued by Rama VI (1910-25).

King Rama IV (King Mongkut) opened his country to influence from the west and instigated reforms and modern development. He was the model for the king in the musical comedy, The King and I (1956) starring Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner, and Anna and the King (1999) starring Jodie Foster and Yun-Fat Chow.

Muay Thai

by Brian&Sally

No trip to Thailand by a sports fan could be complete without finding some kickboxing.

There are two main venues for Muay Thai in Bangkok. We decided to go to Lumphini stadium - it was closer and easier to pronounce than the other one! The taxi driver however couldn't work out where we were going, even when we pointed it out on a map. I finally had to resort to doing some shadow boxing to show him what we wanted. "Ahhh! Looompeeni!" he exclaimed in joy, and off we went.

Don't bother getting a ringside seat - for a lot less money you can go two sections back and only be a couple of rows behind the expensive seats. For a real experience, go into the section where the locals are betting and get caught up in the excitement.

Do try and find out beforehand when the best night to go is, or you risk turning up on a night when the younger and lesser boxers are fighting and the skill level isn't as high.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Bangkok

The Oriental, Bangkok

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 20 Reviews

48 Oriental Ave, Bangkok

Show Prices

Peninsula Hotel Bangkok

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 19 Reviews

333 Charoennakom Rd, Klongsan, Bangkok

Show Prices

Shangri-La

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 32 Reviews

89 Soi Wat Suan Plu, New Road, Bangrak, Bangkok

Show Prices

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 10 Reviews

250 Sukhumvit Rd, Bangkok

Show Prices

View all Bangkok hotels

View all Bangkok hotels

Latest Bangkok hotel reviews

HOLIDAY INN SILOM BANGKOK
907 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 20, 2014
Windsor Suites Hotel
509 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 22, 2014
Phranakorn-Nornlen Hotel
1074 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 21, 2014
Novotel Bangkok Siam Square
1518 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 22, 2014
Centre Point Wireless Road Bangkok
174 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 29, 2014
P2 Boutique Hotel
83 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 18, 2014
Davis Bangkok
576 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 22, 2014
InterContinental Bangkok
1336 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 21, 2014
Somerset Sukhumvit Thonglor
59 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 10, 2014
Centara Grand at CentralWorld
909 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 21, 2014
Unico Leela Hotel Bangkok
153 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 18, 2014
Samran Place
135 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 11, 2014
Atlanta Hotel
181 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 21, 2014
The Montien Hotel Bangkok
291 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 22, 2014
Anantara Bangkok Sathorn
813 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 22, 2014

 Orchid Resort

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Orchid Hotel Bangkok

Address: 62 Soi Ladkrabang 48 Onnut-Ladkrabang Road, Bangkok, Thailand