Rex Hotel

762/1 Sukhumvit Rd., Klong Toei, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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busses and bikes

by biker.buck

Good day, I will be in Bangkok and buying a bike to meet mates in Vietnam, question is how easy is it to travel on a bus with a bike from Bangkok to Phenom Phen with a bicycle and how long does it take?
I have a limited amount of time to get there but tons of time to return.
Thanks

Re: busses and bikes

by mim95

back in 2005, it took me a full day 8am to 10pm to go from Siem Reap to Bangkok on a bus. It was no fun, and the bus ride wasn't a comfy one, not quite sure where the bike will go on/in the bus.

It's an hour or so on a plane.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

BeeR and AlcohoL

by alvis

BUYING BEER & ALCOHOL IN THE 7/11!

These are the main beers sold in Thailand and prices are for the large (Ghetto) bottles!

Chang Beer 35 baht - The cheapest beer but not the worst I loved it also sponsors of Everton FC.

Leo Beer 37 baht - Not as good as Chang and more expensive goes flat quick,try it.

Singha Beer 45 baht - Most expensive, up market Thai beer really quite good.

Tiger Beer 55 baht - Imported from China as far as I know, yeah its good.

Heinekin 80 baht - Why go to Thailand and drink imported beers.

ALCOPOPS (Poof Juices)
Not nice at all some wine spitzer things arent bad but Nite and Spy are boke. Can still get imported breezers or whatever.

MEKHONG (Traditional Thai Rum)
Cheap, 40% alcohol and actually quite good. Well known for use in buckets and is known by the Thais as a labourers drink because it's so cheap. Ten glass bottle costs 150 baht half bottle costs 80 baht. Try a ten glass bottle of Mekhong (Sangsom) with a 1.5 litre of coke and bottle of red bull and bag of ice you'll be spending less than 200 baht.
Well worth it i guarantee.

Hua Lamphong Train Station

by imran8852

We took the train from here to Nong Kai for 688bath per person for the upper berth. All the lower berths was fully book. This train station are for Northern & Northeastern Line so you can take the train from here to Chiang Mai too. The train station is quite huge. There's mini market & some food stall. We took a meter taxi to the station from the guest house in Phra Athit Road & it cost us 460bath. So many Thing!

The River of Kings IV

by suraphona

The River of Kings performance is a part of the cultural program to promote tourism in Thailand,
initiated by Princess Ubolrattana, in conjunction with The Tourism Authority of Thailand.
It is intended to be one of the attractions to Thai people and world tourism.
The show is performed at Ratchaworadit Pier, by the Chao Phraya River,
against the background of the graciously beautiful Grand Palace.
We believe that the River of Kings performance will reflect some great cultural achievements,
representing the heritage of Thailand to the world. For Thailand's visitor during 31 Jan- 13 Feb 2003
Reserve Tickets
www.palaces.thai.net
or E-Mail accomtt@yahoo.com
Show Period: January 31 - February 13, 2003
Two Shows per day (1 Hr and 15 mins)

At Rachaworadit Pier

The floating stadium tickets are Baht 400, Baht 600, and Baht 800.

Show I 07.00 p.m. - 08.15 p.m.
Show II 09.00 p.m. - 10.15 p.m.

Stadium tickets are available at i room near the entrance to The temple of the Emerald Budda,
The Grand Palace, Na-Pralan Rd., Bangkok.
Tel : 0-2222-8181 to 185, 0-2623-5499 to 500 ext, 1121 - 1123

Riverside Cruise; tickets are Baht 800 for more information please contact Riverside Hotel
Tel: 0-2883-1588 to 594

Save Face

by Unknownsu

Like other Asians, Thais attach a great deal of importance to the concept of face, which involves gaining, preserving and enhancing respect and status. Foreigners should avoid actions or words that may cause a Thai to lose face in public. If criticism or potentially status-damaging actions or words are necessary, try to find a more subtle way of getting your message across. The Thai would probably respond appropriately.

Tips for rainy weather

by zuyao

I was in Bangkok in October during the rainy season. Good idea to bring an umbrella along so the weather will not halt you in your path. Maybe wear shorts and sandals so you won't get wet if you are planning to going to any jetties. Some jetties are known to flood during this season as river water flowing from the north overflows. The weather is not too cold (definitely above 20degC) so it's quite pleasant still.

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Address: 762/1 Sukhumvit Rd., Klong Toei, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand