Somerset Sukhumvit Thonglor

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

115 Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor), Sukhumvit Road Klongton Nua, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
Somerset Sukhumvit Thonglor
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  • Couples95
  • Solo100
  • Business88

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Forum Posts

How to get to sheraton 4 points from airport

by darlaf

How would I get to this hotel from airport-would like to take Skytrain from airport then take taxi-my children get car sick so the less time in taxi the better-at what stop would we get off?
Easy to find taxi at that point-coming in around 4:30 PM-
Hotel address:
Four Points by Sheraton Bangkok, Sukhumvit 15

Sukhumvit Soi 15Bangkok,ThailandMap
Phone: (66)(2) 309 3000

Any good restaurants around hotel?

Thanks Darla

Re: How to get to sheraton 4 points from airport

by johnaalex

The train service to the airport is now open so you could take the train to the Makkasan (City Air Terminal) then change to the MRT for one stop to Sukhumvit. The hotel is about a 10 minute walk from the Sukhumvit station. Because of the one way systems it might be quicker to that walk then get a taxi, although they are always easy to get. For restaurants near there please check my Bangkok pages.

Regards

John

Re: How to get to sheraton 4 points from airport

by WhiteWalls

tourism information are nice and very helpful ...

Re: How to get to sheraton 4 points from airport

by expatbangkok

JohnA is right. Many, many restaurants in the area. Are you taking about Thai food?

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Construction City

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Construction City

Bangkok have about 350 skyscrapers. Is one of the largest cities with buildings in the world. Every year constructed and new buildings in many places. The River skyscraper with a height of 266 metres and 73 floors is under construction and will be the second heighest building in Bangkok after Baiyoke sky tower. MahaNakhon is a planned luxury mixed-use skyscraper to be constructed in the Sathon business area of Bangkok and will finish at 2012. Wiil be the tallest skyscraper in Bangkok.


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PARTY PARTY PARTY!!

by Gnome

The people - Bangkok can be an amazingly stressful city, but the people are nearly always smiling and trying to have fun - whether it is the dancing traffic police or the little kids in the street who are begging, you can always find a smile somewhere.

Friendly People

by yen_2

Thailand is a place of the people that are very friendly! They are friendly as flips,lol. And even sometimes you can't understand what they were saying but they will show a glow in their eyes and a smile with their lips as a sign of friedliness. I used to this friendly folks as a Filipina like me, Filipinos by nature are friendly too but Thai's are different. A smile that you can't ask for more! Living here for a moment and if we'll be moving again..surely those friendly people will be missed!

Try not to stare at the dogs!

by thedouglas

We saw this poor old dog in Chinatown over a few holidays - it lived in a phonebooth near our hotel, in one of the Chinatown shopping streets. Seemed to be quite tolerated here - people would stand behind and lean over it to make phone calls, and I guess it was given food - all the market animals seem to be cared for in some way. I was almost sad to find that it was gone last time we were in Chinatown - I guess his days were numbered.

Heads and Feet

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Taboos exist on some parts of the body that have little significance in Western culture. For example, the head is regarded as the highest part of the body and you should never touch another person on the head.

By contrast, the foot is regarded as the lowest part of the body and you should take care never to point your foot towards anyone. This is an extremely insulting gesture! Try to get into Thai habits of sitting with your feet on the floor or tucked away under you. Even moving objects around with your feet is seen as very uncouth.

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Address: 115 Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor), Sukhumvit Road Klongton Nua, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand