The Dawin

35/1-2 Soi Sukhumvit 4, Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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quick overnite then on to Ko Chang

by hihowareyoon

I am arriving in Bangkok 10ish then off to Ko Chang next day. Does anyone have a suggestion for a decent, clean place near a place I can get some cheap beach clothes.

Then what's the best way to get to Ko Chang.

Re: quick overnite then on to Ko Chang

by SirHalberd

How much do you want to spend on a decent, clean place where you can get some beach clothes?

On Sukhumvit Road there are many malls, street vendors, stores, restaurants, etc.
Unless you leave real early in the morning you should be able to pick up something there to wear. One thing you have in this area that you do not in some other areas is the use of the Skytrain. The Skytrain can take you to many places in Bangkok. Is there a reason you have to leave Bangkok immediately? Even Bangkok is has warm weather.

Maybe this place will do.

http://www.soi1guesthouse.com/

Re: quick overnite then on to Ko Chang

by Curt1591

Wendy Guest House is practically across the street from MBK Center, a great place for cheap shopping. The south end of MBK's 3rd floor has kiosk after kiosk of clothing.

http://www.wendyguesthouse.com/evos/front/bin/home.phtml

Re: quick overnite then on to Ko Chang

by chavanit

the van From Bangkok to Ko Chang.
It park at Monument victory. (Rajavithi Hospital)
the van beginning at 07.00 am - 19.00 pm every other hour. mobile 087-833-8985
the best way to get to Ko Chang.

Re: quick overnite then on to Ko Chang

by hihowareyoon

Cheers! How much is it?

Re: quick overnite then on to Ko Chang

by hihowareyoon

Very kind and helpful! Cheers

Travel Tips for Bangkok

True Tips on Bangkok

by tuktukman

The Old airport Don Muang is no more- now the 2nd latest airport, Suvarnabhumi, is in used. It is a bigger airport, and cheap food stall can be found on the 2nd level if you are on budget. A packet rice or noodle cost 30B. Taxi is available outside. Taxi meter please. Cost about 160 to 200 B to get to Bangkok city, depending on which part. To get to Pattaya which i did year 2007, if from airport limo, asking price is 2400...walk out a bit more touter asking 2000..discount 1800. Still it depends on how many of you are going to Pattaya. Outside of airport, hang around and i get a 1400B to Pattaya in a toyota Camry. Great deal from a employee of the airport. Moonlighting is common.

Don't take it or only take once

by thorchester

I will highly suggest you that you take taxi, rather than take Tuk-Tuks. Tuk-Tuks always charge you 50Bahts, but if your distance is not very far, you better take taxi. It just start 35 Bahts. All of them are air-conditioned. IT is good. But if it is a busy hour and there is traffic jam, you better to take it. Because if it is lower than 6 KM per hour, it will charge you one Baht per minute.

Bangkok Canal

by volopolo

Bangkok have a lot of canals. Its a cheap way to get around Bangkok.


My Photos
First Photo: Canal in Bangkok
Second photo: Canal in Thonburi side, Bangkok
Third photo: Boat trip in the Bangkok's canals
Forth photo: Canal in Bangkok
Fifth photo: Canal in Bangkok

Girls dont ever touch monk !!!

by bonbonhart

..If you are sure that you are a kind of female....

NO ACCEPTION for little girls or very old(er) women. Please do not touch or make a direct contact to monk,. and Vice versa.

This is the religious prohibition.

If only I had known or had...

by Krystynn

If only I had known or had someone forewarn me, I wouldn't be in such a big dilemma.

Because Bangkok is perpetually HOT (read: steamy hot!), most female Caucasian tourists and yours truly turned up at the gates of the GRAND PALACE dressed comfortably in our sleeveless tank tops, shorts or mini skirts and slippers to keep ourselves cool..... And we were promptly told by the Palace guards that this kind of dressing is not to be tolerated. Huh??

So, they led us inside a small crammy room to choose (from a pile of looooong angle-length ugly-looking skirts that would have made Jane Austen real proud) and some equally ugly looking MANLY shirts to wear with our looooong skirts.

I took one look at the combination and told myself
- NO WAY AM I GONNA WEAR SUCH CLOTHES! NOT EVEN IN MY NEXT LIFE!!! (Not that I believe in reincarnation to begin with....).

So, we went across the street and bought a complete Thai looking outfit (that was all they sold!) that costs us (thankfully) only 220 Bahts after a session of intensed bargaining.

Photo above: That's me in the pic dressed in my new dark blue Thai silk outfit that I bought at the last minute.....

So, do remember: If you're heading to the Grand Palace, dress CONSERVATIVELY i.e. shirts/ dresses with sleeves, loooong skirts and shoes (with straps, please). Sandals are also NOT allowed here!

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Address: 35/1-2 Soi Sukhumvit 4, Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand