The Cottage Suvarnabhumi

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

888/8 Lardkrabang road, Bangkok, 10520, Thailand
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 48% less than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Best time to travel to Bangkok

by crashcrain

I am wanting to travel with a lady friend to Bangkok this coming year so I am wanting to know when is the best time of year, and what time of year has the coolest temperatures, rains, and what are the advantages of going at different times of the year. We are wanting to stay in a really nice hotel with Champagne Bubble baths in the room. By day we are wanting to take a river tour, temple tour, and spend two days on the exotic food and nightlife side.

Please give some suggestions and what to avoid as well.

Re: Best time to travel to Bangkok

by earthflyer

Wow, that's sounds a little steamy.

Best time would be after Christmas but before April.

After April will defiantly get steamy.

Re: Best time to travel to Bangkok

by expatbangkok

It was very cool for 2nd half of November last year, but December and January are usually the coolest months with very little rain. Disadvantage is that this is peak season, when hotel rates etc. are highest.
There are plenty of great hotels in Bangkok such as Peninsula, Four Seasons and the Oriental.

Re: Best time to travel to Bangkok

by Curt1591

As expat stated, November was the coolest month this last year. November through February should be fine. Although it is the high season, Thailand is always a travel value.

I'm not into "exotic" food. Thai food is so good that there is no need to taste the bizarre. Street carts, stalls and small shops are often the best. Unlike "full menu" restaurants, these are people that specialize in one dish. They usually do it quit well.

Although I know of no "Champagne Bubble baths", most of Bangkok's high end hotels offer luxurious spas.

For a river tour, you might look into Loy Nava, combining dinner, entertainment, a cruise and hotel pick up.

http://www.loynava.com/

Re: Best time to travel to Bangkok

by bubby4388

I went on 14th March this year to Thailand Phuket and then extension to Singapore for the 18 days I was in Thailand... the weather was excellent, only 1 shower the whole time not too hot I had a wonderful time.....

Re: Best time to travel to Bangkok

by Curt1591

"... for the 18 days I was in Thailand ... only 1 shower the whole time ..."

Must be a Canadian backpacker!

Re: Best time to travel to Bangkok

by expatbangkok

Titter. I thought that was the poms?

Re: Best time to travel to Bangkok

by bubby4388

NO NOT 1 ONLY SHOWER ha ha, I MEANT 1 ONLY SHOWER OF RAIN.... The weather was great in March and I got home Easter Thursday

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Grand Palace

by thelittlevoice

I just wanna write a little note informing you that if you decide to go to The Grand Palace, make sure you dress properly, no shorts or sleeveless shirts. The first time I was there, I thought I had an appropriate shirt on...the sleeves were about 2 inches long and that wasn't enough either so I had to wear this really big ugly shirt that they provided there. I was with my boyfriend and hoping to take some nice pictures together but nah I had to try avoiding the camera because I looked so stupid with that damn shirt!

Waiting for my flight

by pmarshuk

What nicer way to spend the time while waiting for my taxi to the airport than by going tenpin bowling with some new friends.
As a bonus this was the day England played Australia in the final of the rugby world cup and there was a TV right next to the lane we were using.

April Weather in Thailand

by bulldogtwo

The weather has been wierd, not just in Thailand but many other parts of the world as well. Last year, Nov in Chinag Mai up in the mountains, the weather should've been cool but it was pretty hot, so....
"Normally", first part of April you may get a shower but even that is rare. It may cloud up some but rarely rains until end of April, mid May. As John said, if it does rain it'll be hard and short and the hot and humid. April is known as the last part of the dry season. I think you'll experience more cloud action than anything.
I say, "never pass up a chance to go to Thailand!"
Have Fun

YAOWARAT, CHINESE MIXED WITH THAIS

by ancient_traveler

The Thai Chinese are an overseas Chinese community who live in Thailand. Most ethnic Chinese in Thailand are proficient in the Thai language, in general, ethnic Chinese use Thai as a working language, while Chinese is spoken at home and relatives. Assimilated Thais of Chinese ancestry, on the other hand, have since use Thai in everyday life and are much less adept in Chinese. Extensive intermarriages with the Thais, especially in the past has resulted in many people who claim Chinese ethnicity with Thai ancestry, and many people of Thai ethnicity with some Chinese ancestry as well.

MRT Hualamphong station, then take a bus no 53

WHAT TO PACK FOR BANGKOK?

by mamasan69

Sturdy, and lockable luggage/bags should be included for sure. Certain places in Bangkok provide "razor artists" easy picking for getting into your pack, without you even knowing. Crowded streets, buses, and trains are bad spots for this as you are usually bumping/contacting others at some point. Light, loose fitting clothing, and comfortable but light footwear. Besides the usual, a small medical kit might not be a bad idea to include. Anything that can record all of what you will experience in Bangkok. Sunscreen and sunglasses

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