Rose Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

118 Surawongse Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
11%
10
Very Good
45%
39
Average
28%
24
Poor
9%
8
Terrible
4%
4

Value Score Average Value

Rated 10% higher but also costs 48% more than other 2 star hotels

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  • Couples63
  • Solo55
  • Business80

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Forum Posts

Main tourist attractions in Bangkok

by guruprasadrao

Hi Can someone tell me what places we can visit while in Bangkok for 3 days in November? Give me a rough idea about must see tourist attractions in Bangkok?

Re: Main tourist attractions in Bangkok

by ter1413

Wow....there are some great Bangkok pages right here pn VT. Have a look. What are you interested in???

Re: Main tourist attractions in Bangkok

by ter1413

Wow....there are some great Bangkok pages right here pn VT. Have a look. What are you interested in???

Re: Main tourist attractions in Bangkok

by Durfun

The wats by the river; definitely take a river-boat ride - a great way of commuting with the breeze providing welcome respite from the heat.

Experience the sky-train network, and also the modern air-conditioned subway.

Visit the Grand Palace with the Emerald Buddha, also visit the huge Reclining Buddha in another wat.

Head to Vertigo Bar for great views of Bangkok from above in the evening.

Visit Chutchak market on the weekend, and Lumpini Night Market - perhaps squeezing in a show of Muay-Thai.

Re: Main tourist attractions in Bangkok

by mim95

If you happen to be in bkk around Nov 21, it is the Loi Krathong festival. It is celebrated along the river. Check at the Tourism Authority of Thailand website for details.

Re: Main tourist attractions in Bangkok

by joliefish

Depends on what you wish to do in Bangkok...if you come just for sightseeing..then go for temples..bangkok is very famous of its temples and shows.. see the cabaret show! thats fantastic :)
few temples that u should visit: Wat arun (temple of the dawn), Wat traimit (the largest golden Buddha), Wat Pho (reclining Buddha)
you can go to Grand Palace too.. great architecture..

shopping, you can go to chatuchak, chinatown, platinum fashion mall, siam paragon, central world and many more...

Most important thing is be smart on choosing your Hotel! XD
goodluck!

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Walk!

by CandS

Make sure that you spend some time just walking around the streets in Bangkok...even though it's hot and humid it's still nice to see the streets by foot... We saw so much more when we wandered the streets, it was well worth it...

Chinese medicine

by phil_uk_net

The Chinatown area of Bangkok is a fascinating place to wander around. Old traditions have been kept alive and I enjoyed going into Chinese medicine shops to watch traditional medicines being prepared.

River Cruise - River City Pier

by Audrey118

This is the pier in front of the River City where you alight from the Ayutthaya cruise. It is also where we catch our ride on the shuttle boat back to the Marriott Hotel...it takes about 1/2 hour...and if we are following the current...it takes about 25 minutes. This is a very pleasant ride.

The Jatukham phenomenon

by aberacadabra

Along highways and even on tiny country roads, signboard advertisements for Jatukham amulets such as this one are becoming an ubiquitous feature of Thailand scenery. Jatukham amulets are becoming a staple of Thai life with economic and political uncertainties and one can see many of these large cookie sized images hanging on the necks of many Thais nowadays.

Pray to stop flood in Bangkok Oct. 2002

by suraphona

In the morning of 7th October 2002 the water begann to flooding over the Pier and Klong in Bangkok. In this afternoon 250 high-ranking Monk came to Phra Ubosoth in Wat Phra Kaew and start to pray over 2 hours.

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Address: 118 Surawongse Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand