The Eugenia Bangkok

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

267 Soi Sukhumvit 31, North Klongtan, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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Very Good
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7

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  • Families78
  • Couples77
  • Solo90
  • Business87

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Bangkok Hotel

by cindyysc

Are there any hotels in Bangkok with a thai theme?

RE: Bangkok Hotel

by bkk_kd

By "Thai theme", do you mean something akin to staying in a Thai home? Most hotels have a Thai theme to one degree or another, but I can't think of any in Bangkok that is like staying in a Thai home. There is a hotel which recently opened in the Chinatown (Yaowarat) area that has an old China theme. If that interests you, I'm sure you can locate more information about it with a little web-surfing. You didn't say what your price range is, but also consider The Eugenia, on Sukhumvit Soi 31, which is a first-class renovation of an old home.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

buy yourself a few suits when...

by Lozza_9

buy yourself a few suits when you visit Bangkok. It takes them 1-2 days( depending on the shop) to make a perfect suit. The price depends on the quality of the material used. I bought a suit for £60 and its the best suit I have ever had. If you wear suits, this is ABSOLUTELY MUST. BECRAEFULL, loads of crap places. When you fly over, look in the booklets on the plan. They advertise all the best or ask at your hotel.

Avoiding Bangkok Protests

by bulldogtwo

The Palace should still be open, but that could change at any time, with or without the protests. Check with your hotel prior to going there and they can check or they will know, but again it can close at anytime.
As far as avoiding protest areas it is primarily in old Bangkok in and around the govt buildings. The Palace is not that far from the govt area but you should not have any problem. Use common sense, police and military presence should alert you as well as the barricades if they are still up and I am sure they are. If you are traveling by MRT, it does not go into this area so that should not be a problem. You need to take a txi, bus or walk in to the Govt area to get there, and again, you'll more than likely have to cross barricades or police/military lines.
Overall you should not have any problems on your holiday.
Have a good time

Bangkok - Krungthep Maharnakorn

by maxamilion

An interesting fact that not many travelers know is that Bangkok is not called Bangkok in Thai. It's official name is Krungthep Maharnakorn...... it goes on and on and on, there is actually a song that the Thai people sing to remember the full name of the city!

Try asking any thai friends if they can sing the song for you!

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A story of "epic" proportions

by shrimp56

The Ramayana -- an epic from the Hindu tradition in India is also part of the Thai culture & lore. Many of the murals at The Grand Palace are based on this tale. This image is of the White Monkey King and the golden mermaid.

Good course near new Airport

by kenari

SUmmit WIindmill golf.
When we arrived we straight to the golf course.well Nick faldo did a good job,the Course is long and challenging.one of the popular golf course in Bangkok .beautiful scenery and helpful caddy .the green fee among the expensive one on Bangkok please bring rain coat or umbrella if you prefer walking on the the course.weather unpreditable in thailand.we played 2 nd nine in the rain....

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 The Eugenia Bangkok

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Address: 267 Soi Sukhumvit 31, North Klongtan, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand