Tara Lake Hotel

88 Moo7 Ratpattana Road, Sapan Soong, Bangkok, 10240, Thailand
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living expensive and guide me cheap and nearest city to Bangkok

by zafreeee

I need some info about living expensive and guide me cheap and nearest city to Bangkok and plz tell me cheap rent of 1 bedroom house

Re: living expensive and guide me cheap and nearest city to Bangkok

by SirHalberd

This is like your other question. Are you a tourist who wants to visit for a short while or are you moving here to stay a long time? Hotels are used by many tourists for short visits. There are some people, expats, who stay in hotels for years though. Coming into high season now some landlords or hotels may demand higher prices. Apartments may require a lease obligating you for longer periods of time.

Pattaya is not far from Bangkok and I think it is cheaper to live in. You have cheap transportation, hospitals, malls, dentists, nightlife, restaurants, etc.

Both Bangkok and Pattaya have lots of hotels in all price ranges. Even in Bangkok you can often find a good price for a small apartment (about the size of a hotel room, only you pay the water, electricity and maybe cable TV.) Some of the cheaper apartments may not always be in the best areas.

Unless you really want a hotel room.

Visit first before you negotiate any apartment lease for long term. Hotels no problem.

Re: living expensive and guide me cheap and nearest city to Bangkok

by Curt1591

Are you looking for an extended stay? How long?

Are you looking for staying outside of Bangkok? How far outside?

Maybe simply stating you purpose for coming to Bangkok/Thailand might help us better answer.

Re: living expensive and guide me cheap and nearest city to Bangkok

by zafreeee

Voluntary work for my community Reason for coming in Thailand
And I need cheapest accommodation maximum 1000 BHT this is possible city is not issue any city acceptable for me but near to Bangkok

Re: living expensive and guide me cheap and nearest city to Bangkok

by Curt1591

Are we talking 1,000 baht per night, 30,000 baht per month?

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Tsunami Memorial

by Blatherwick

Not my fondest memory but definately a vivid one. I was in Bangkok three weeks after the Tsunami devestated the shores of SE Asia. This makeshift memorial was set up at the end of Khaosan Road. There were pictures of all the people still missing. People from all around the world. As well, there was a running total of those missing or dead. It was heart wrenching.

Lumpini Park is Bangkok's main...

by Bangladeshee

Lumpini Park is Bangkok's main park. It's here you can see people eating, jogging, strolling and practicing Tai Chi. It's also here you can see the famous statue of King Rama IV, the king of 'The King and I,' all versions of which are banned in Thailand. True he had a lot of wives (35) and a lot of children (83), but he was a progressive thinker, who spoke eight languages, was an expert astronomer and introduced major reforms to modernize his country. Before becoming king, he was a monk and therefore celibate

7-11 They are everywhere!!

by herzog63

It seems that anymore you'll never be very far from a 7-11. I'm not sure what year they were introduced to Thailand but they are there in full force! They are a decent place to pick up soft drinks , water or if you're feeling like eating a candy bar they are available too! As I've been travelling the last 3 trips to Bangkok with my son...everytime we pass a 7-11 he thinks he needs an ice cream cup!! I'm usually thirsty and they have very cold bottled water!

Insect fried is just regional specialty food

by zazatann

When you walk along street and you see these insect fried such as grasshopper, bamboo worm, and hard wing insects or baby birds. Could you please understand that it's just local food for some region of Thailand? As you know that Bangkok is like the most civilize city in this country. There’re many people from every part of Thailand move and find a job to work here. Some people are still get use to with eating this kind of food which they get use to. That’s why there is a lot of this kind of food sells along street.

Insect fried could look disgusting for some of you but for me. It’s just a type of food that somebody can eat and some can’t. I can’t eat as well because the region where I came from has no kind of this food at all. So, please note that it’s not typical Thai food but just special type of food for some of people here.

By the way, I’ve tired grasshopper and bamboo worm fried though. I still confirm that it’s not bad but I’d rather eat chicken. Ha….

The Bigger The Merrier

by lsling7757

As big & empty as possible. Ideally, bring along a foldable hand-carry bag too. As comfortable as possible. A pair tat can withstand all walkings. Not necessary. Everything provided in hotel is more than sufficient. Jus a compact one unless u intend to go sightseeing.


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