Sariya House

13 Soi Ramkhamhaeng 40, Huamark, Bangkok, 10240, Thailand
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hotel; advice

by auztrav

Really having trouble trying to decide if i should stay at the Baiyoke Sky Hotel or
Sacha's Hotel Uno when i am in Bangkok?

Re: hotel; advice

by SirHalberd

On Sukhumvit Road you can use the Skytrain. Baiyoke Sky is not that far from the new Airport Rail Link. The hotel says they provide free rides.

If you are into shopping the Baiyoke place will be right in the middle of a mini garment district.

If you are in Bangkok long enough you can try both places. Maybe one at the beginning of your trip and one just before you fly home.

If you are slightly interested in nightlife and being able to get around the city easy the Skytrain may be helpful. Both places have shopping, restaurants, travel agencies for tours. More to do late at night in the Sukhumvit Road location.

Up to you.

Re: hotel; advice

by xymmot

Baiyoke Sky and enjoy the breakfast on the top floor restaurant. Cheers Tommy x

Travel Tips for Bangkok

The Bangkok Experience

by anne_vdns

To those traveling from the Philippines and are shopping fanatics, do pack light but bring along a big luggage and extra nahd-carry bags. Bangkok airport allows 20 kilos each for out-going travellers. Be prepared to haggle/bargian fro almost anyhting. I bought lots of stuff from here and still it seems I didn't buy enough. I love the floating market and the temples. If you are touring on group with a tour guide be sure to listen to what the tour guide has to say.. For Christian like me, we have a lot to learn about their religion, Buddhism is something new to me & I can't help be in awe to them during meditation and how the locals would bow whenever they pass by a house of spirit.

English Newspaper in Thailand

by travelpug

Thailand has two main English daily newspaper:
1. The Nation - 25 baht
2. Bangkok Post - 30baht

Both covers news in Thailand as well as international news. The Nations come with free Daily Xpress with info about events and happenings in Thailand (mainly Bangkok though).

You can get them from major english bookstores. Alternatively, you can browse their websites:
The Nation: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/
Bangkok Post: http://www.bangkokpost.com/

Corn Rows, Dreadlocks, etc.

by syllybabe

I was reading a shirt hanging on a rack in Khao San Rd. and found it amusing that it mentioned something about people getting corn rows and dreadlocks during their stay. Quite true, really. They seem to feel the energy of Khao San with the hairstyle and there's an attitude that goes with it as well...cool...too cool...almost spaced out ;-)

Remove your shoes when entering temples

by Ewingjr98

Remember to remove your shoes when entering temples. This is a sign of respect for Buddha. You should have no trouble at the larger, and busier temples because there will be a pile of shoes at the entrance. Once inside the temple, never point the soles of your feet at the statue of Buddha.

Pack a travel kettle

by jerjc99

Buy in Bangkok Buy in Bangkok Branches of the excellent British pharmacy retailer, Boots, are everywhere in Bangkok Sure. Most three-star hotels or less don't put a kettle in your room. If, like me, you enjoy a cup of tea first thing in the morning, bring a travel kettle with you ( I bought mine at the duty-free area of Heathrow Airpoprt, London). You can buy tea, coffee, cuppa-soup, pot noodles etc at any 7-Eleven store or go to the nearest branch of Topps Supermarket. I travel light, and I mean light, but I never go anywhere without my trusty kettle and a small extension cable.

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