Sleep With Inn

76 Rambuttri Road, Banglumphu, Khaosan Area, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
16%
41
Very Good
42%
106
Average
21%
53
Poor
10%
27
Terrible
9%
25

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  • Families41
  • Couples66
  • Solo66
  • Business22

More about Sleep With Inn

Cheap boutique hotel in Bangkok

by wonderdida about Sleep Withinn

I slept in Khaosan Road last year. I can suggest you a good guesthouse with a very good quality/price relationship, it is called "Sleep withinn".
Last year we payed 20 euros for a double room, but I'm not sure if there was a promotion because it was a new hotel. Maybe it is not the cheapest option in Khaosan, but for sure it is clean and has a very refreshing pool on the roof where you can dive at the end of the day! pro:
Clean
Design room
Price
In the middle of Khaosan Road area
con:
a noisy bar underneath

Travel for one month

by cochinjew

"Cold Japan and Warm Malaysia in one January"

ITINERARY 2006

JANUARY
1,2 MITO, IBARAKI PREFECTURE, JAPAN. MINSHUKU
3 MITO TO NARITA. NARITA TO SINGAPORE
4 SINGAPORE HOTEL 801
5 SINGAPORE TO JOHOR AND BACK
6, 7 SINGAPORE HOTEL 801
8 SINGAPORE TO JOHOR
REGENCY HOTEL JB
9 RAINY DAY. REGENCY HOTEL IN JB
10 JB TO MALACCA
EQUATORIAL HOTEL MALACCA
11 HOTEL PURI
12 HOTEL PURI
13 SEREMBAN AND KLIA AND BACK
14 MALACCA TO SEREMBAN TO KLIA
KLIA TO KUCHING ON AIR ASIA
CROWNE PLAZA KUCHING WATERFRONT
15 KUCHING
CROWNE PLAZA KUCHING WATERFRONT
16 KUCHING TO JB SENAI
JB SENAI TO LARKIN BUS STATION
LARKIN TO SINGAPORE KRANJI MRT
MRT TO EONOS
HOTEL 801 JHOO FATT STREET
17 SINGAPORE TO NARITA
NARITA TO NEW YORK
NEW YORK TO MIAMI
SISTERS HOUSE IN MIAMI
18 MIAMI
SISTERS HOUSE IN MIAMI
19 MIAMI TO HOUSTON TO OMAHA
AVIS RENT A CAR
OMAHA TO WALTHILL
20 UMONHON CLINIC AT MACY
20-28 EIGHT NIGHTS AT WALTHILL
21-22 WEEKEND IN WALTHILL
23 UMONHON CLINIC AT MACY
24,25 WINNEBAGO CLINIC AT WINNEBAGO
26,27 ACANTHOSIS SCREENING AT WINNEBAGO PUBLIC AND ST AUGUSTINE SCHOOLS, WINNEBAGO
27 TALK TO THE TEAM UP PARTICIPANTS, WINNEBAGO
28 SIGNING OF BOOK AT BARNES AND NOBLES BY HOLLIS. Lots of Indians. Drove to Omaha.
Sleep Inn

29 OMA-IAH-PHX
TO HYATT REGENCY
PREPARE THE LECTURE

30 LECTURE X 2. WENT WELL
31 LEFT AT 2 AM. PHX-IAH-MIAMI

NEW FRIENDS MADE

INGRID, DR TAN, ELLA HOTEL PURI
LI YAN, AMIN, BONG HOTEL EQUATORIAL
ABU BAKR HOTEL CROWNE PLAZA
HEIDI KUCHING

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Forum Posts

How to find a one day trip tour to bangkok temple

by fenniesong

Hi, we will arrive at Bangkok on 7 January - 11 January. We will like to spend one day trip to visit Bangkok Temple.
Can anyone else from here know how to book for the tour ? TQ.

Re: How to find a one day trip tour to bangkok temple

by HansDK

There are literally 100s of temples in Bangkok. Any specific?

Your hotel's travel desk will likely offer a temple tour or try one of the many small travel agents/tour operators.

Re: How to find a one day trip tour to bangkok temple

by fenniesong

Hi, thanks for your prompt reply,we will like to go grand palace, wat arun, wat maple if possible floating market also.

Re: How to find a one day trip tour to bangkok temple

by Curt1591

The Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun are easy to do by oneself.

Hopefully, you're staying somewhere near the BTS skytrain. Take the BTS to "SAPHAN TAKSIN". Depending on where you start, this may require a transfer at "SIAM".

At SAPHAN TAKSIN, hop off and head underneath to the piers. Ignore the booth selling "tourist boat" passes and wait for an orange flag boat heading north (left to right). Take the boat to THA CHANG, pier #9. The on board fare collector will charge 14 baht per person.

From pier 9, head directly inland, ignoring everyone hounding you with friendly advice and offers of tours. These are all scam artists.

Here is a map showing the way to the entrance of the Palace: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=137185339664740

Wat Pho is directly south. Once again, until inside the temple walls, it is best to ignore any advice on tours or shopping.

When you exit Wat Pho, head back toward the water and you will find the ferry to Wat Arun.

When ready to head back to your hotel, you can take the express boat from Tha Tien, pier #8, where the Wat Arun ferry is. Head to "Sathorn" Pier.

Floating markets can be a bit more complicated using public transportation. Here's a little write up on one of my favorites, including some public transportation suggestions: http://www.paknam.com/tourist-attractions/bang-nampheung-floating-market.html

Re: How to find a one day trip tour to bangkok temple

by Mikebb

Ask reception at your accommodation, or maybe your hotel has a tour desk. I have a tip on my Bangkok page with price list of tours 2008. Prices may have increased since then

Re: How to find a one day trip tour to bangkok temple

by earthflyer

Not much to add hear but the two previous post are spot on.

If you are independent then do it by yourself and take a taxi or Tuk Tuk but bargain hard, whatch out for the gem scam.

or

Ask the hotel for help, which they will be very happy to do.

Re: How to find a one day trip tour to bangkok temple

by fenniesong

Hi, thank you of all your information. This is the first time we heading to Bangkok, i think we will ask the hotel receptionist to arrange for us.


Thank You so much of all ur help.

Re: How to find a one day trip tour to bangkok temple

by sheherezad

And WHAT will you see in Bangkok? WAT after WAT after WAT! ;-) Enjoy!!

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Continuation of Part 2: Getting an operation in BK

by balisunshine

Flying back to Bali

Once again, we booked our return tickets via Air Asia.
This time, the tickets had gone up slightly in price.
We called a couple of days before to reserve our wheel chair,
and was suggested that we get there earlier (3 am)
so to avoid any lines at the counter and be attended to immediately.

When we arrived at 4 am,
none of the counter were open,
and we were told that
we would need to wait till they were,
check-in and THEN
a wheel chair would be provided.
We did just that, and it took
about another 30 minutes
before the wheel chair arrived.

Once it did arrive,
we strolled through immigration
and to the departure gate.
This time the air-bridge directly
to the flight was available.

The same upon our arrival to Bali.

In Bali, we waited not only till
all the passengers got off the plane,
but about a total of 45 minutes,
before a pretty unstable and
uncomfortable wheel chair was available.

Bali isn’t very wheel chair friendly…period.

The good thing was,
by the time we arrived at the immigration line
and at the luggage carrousel,
nobody was left, except our luggage.

I was finally back home.

To continue, click on: The Medical Follow up in Bali

Foot Massage

by pmarshuk

There are two main types of massage you can get get in Bangkok (not counting the erotic type which I assume is available but didn't try).
The first is the traditional Thai massage which I think may be based on Thai boxing, the second is the foot massage. For anything from 200 to 300 baht you get an hour long session of bliss where the concentration is mainly on your feet and lower leg - great after a days sightseeing.
This seems to be a popular form of massage with Thais as the salons seemed to be doing a good trade with locals.
I tried a few different salons but my favourite was in the plaza outside the Ambassador Hotel, just of the Sukhumvit Road.

Taking a Walk - with a car on.

by Bangkokjoe

If you are ever using an elevated walkway over a main road (...and can you believe some VTers have recommended this a Must Do Activity !!!! - editor ), take a pause and look down at the gentle mayhem of the cars politely weaving across lanes and nudging their way into gaps that do not exist.

.
Someone pointed out to me that the non-chaotic chaos mirrors the walking patterns you see inside of a pedestrian shopping mall, except everyone is wearing a car.They're right you know.

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Address: 76 Rambuttri Road, Banglumphu, Khaosan Area, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand