S31 Sukhumvit Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

545 Sukhumvit 31, Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
S31 Sukhumvit Hotel
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93%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
43%
105
Very Good
38%
93
Average
12%
29
Poor
1%
4
Terrible
4%
10

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 46% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Couples81
  • Solo89
  • Business77

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Is it possible to hire a car and driver for day trips?

by buffybird

Heading to Bangkok early to mid august and would like to know if it is possible to hire an English driver and car for the day. We are a party of three adults that wish to visit the Floating Markets, River Kwai, Jeath Museam etc, without using the standard Tour itineries.

If it is possible, can you please advise approx cost?

Thanking you in advance

Heather

Re: Is it possible to hire a car and driver for day trips?

by johnaalex

Heather

Please see my travel tip at http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/7e55c/160d76/9/

Mr Tom provides a very good service at reasonable prices. He is not an English driver, you are not likely to get one - but he does speak basic English well enough. Also his car is slightly larger than the usual Bangkok Taxi.

Regards

John

Re: Is it possible to hire a car and driver for day trips?

by buffybird

Thank you will look into it now....

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Thailand and Indonesia in common

by ukirsari

Thailand and Indonesia (especially Bali island) are very common in views, temperature and nature condition. So, visit this country looks like going somewhere in my Indonesia, except the lingo. The most I like to see is about aerial views from the plane's window before landed at Don Muang airport. Seems so welcome and mirroring my country and Thailand have a good relationship since few centuries ago :) The beautiful scenery on board in my flight to Bangkok.

Tai Chi with Supol Lohachitkul

by balisunshine

Thailand is full of spiritualism
and philosophies of Buddhism.
If your heart is open,
you can sense the atmosphere
and allow the energy to enter within.

So I decided to take a course
with Supol Lohachitkul
who teaches classes of
Enlightened Awareness,
Tai Chi and Hatha Yoga.

This small framed man,
vibrates an enormous peace
and tranquility, much large than his size.

As he demonstrates the practice of Tai Chi,
he gracefully sashays across the floor
while smiling and focusing
on the gestures he makes
while letting go of all other thoughts
that have no use in that moment of Now.

For me,
it was a great way
to start my day.

Supol may be available for private classes,
or you may contact him to see
where he will be teaching.

Tel. (66) 0-1907-4826
0-2294-2961-2
E-mail: supollohachitkul@msn.com

Muang Boran ~ Kuan-Yin Performing a Miracle

by Audrey118

The Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara Kuan-Yin Performing a Water Miracle

The Bodhisttva Avalokitesvara is also honoured as Kuan-Yin, the preserver of the Buddha, is set in the crown above the deity's forehead. Upholding Buddhism means that justice is maintained. The deity conquers the malevolent forces that threaten humanity by performing a miracle which frightens away evil spirits.

Praying

by yen_2

Thai people are always keeping their faith even though there are lot's of expats living in their country and tourists. I can see in their eyes that they haven't change for centuries even for some reasons, teenagers are tend to part ways. They adapt western cultures but keeping the traditional behavior!

Map of Bangkok

by volopolo

You have to buy a map in Bangkok. You find in the airport some free maps, the same in the hotels. Also in the streets of Bangkok have maps to see where you are.


My Photos
First Photo: Ratanakosin Island Map
Second photo: Chao Praya Map. In every Chao Praya river pier you find and a map with all the piers.

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