The Heritage Hotels Srinakarin

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7/149 Moo 1 Soi Suphaphong 1 Yak 6 Srinakarin 40 Road, Nongbon, Praves, Bangkok, 10260, Thailand
The Heritage Hotels Srinakarin
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Visiting B angkok

by Flippie

I would like to visit Bangkok again but had a bad experience with the red shirts in May 2010 - My whole shopping excurtion was a mess - I would like to know if it is now safe to visit the pratinum, MBK for wholesale shopping and if the area is safe.

Re: Visiting B angkok

by SirHalberd

Bangkok has been back to normal for a long time now - you really have to keep up with current events! Last year over 15 million tourists visited Thailand which is much higher than previous records.

There is also a new train that goes from the airport direct to Pratunam now. Some tourists book hotels near one of the new rail link stations and walk to their hotels now.

I am sure you are not booking your entire stay only in Bangkok. Like any trip - remain flexible! Avoid political rallies, etc. There is also good shopping in other areas besides Pratunam and in other cities.

Good luck.

Re: Visiting B angkok

by christabal

As of now, the Streets are generally back to normal but that does not mean that when and if you travel there, trouble will not erupt again. So it is quite difficult to predict as the conflict between the parties have not been resolved and does not look to be anytime soon.

Re: Visiting B angkok

by paulwf

I was there earlier this month and I felt totally safe. Pratunam & MBK as well as the usually shopping areas were back to normal.

Re: Visiting B angkok

by tom9346

They are coming back now and it is not just 1 but they will come two (with red and yellow at the same time). you can keep yourself upto date from this website.

Re: Visiting B angkok

by BigdogPerth

With an election likely for April, both sides will be on their very best behaviour, at least until then.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Rot dtit jung ley !!!

by aberacadabra

Traffic in the Big Mango is quite predictable: Traffic is bad in the morning, traffic is bad after work, or just bad all day long.
Thailand is a very car reliant city and the car is a status symbol as cars are expensive here. Unless necessary, only will public transport be taken, and if one could afford a car, then it would be the sole mode of transport no matter how bad traffic is. Hence, the perpetually bad Bangkok traffic.

Free Wifi in Bangkok

by lotharscheer

Allmost everywhere in Bangkok you can use True wifi, you have to register first (easy on a computerb but also possible with iPod/iPhone)
There are a lot of other places with free wifi (some without the need to register).


by Pomska

I have no special places in Bangkok which I should recommend to you because I have always enjoyed the great athmosphere more than the museums etc. Of course you have to visit some of the many temples/wats which you can find around Bangkok but I can't say which one should be really worth a visit. The best thing is to explore the city by foot and when you see an interesting place you should check it out. My fondest memory of Bangkok is the people who live there but it is also the saddest memory. It was also quite a shock when I first realised that someone was trying to con me in Bangkok. It's not fair to generalize that every thai-person is going to con tourists but of course we have to remember that people in Bangkok and other tourist areas live in great deal for the money that tourists brings in to their country and there are also those people who do almost anything to get some money.

The good memory is that Thai people are very friendly with big smiles and even if their lives ain't always so good they just are able to smile and be happy. We western people should also remember to smile and enjoy our lives more often. :-)

National Museum

by thorchester

IT is a very good place to let you to get the insight of Thailand. You can see many Thai history at there. But remember, Thia National Museum is the largest one in the Asia, so give more time on it. I used 5 hrs at the museum. Also, if you don't have much time to go sightseeing inThailand, you better visit it. Many invalable things are stored at there, some are taken from Ayutthaya and Indo...So it is worth to visit, it just 40 bahts per one.

Greet the locals+Displaying affection in public

by beebah

How to greet your local friends
Do it the way you wanna do. Depends how close you guys are. And depends how 'conservative' your friend is. To me (personally) I'm used to western style of greetings. Kissing on the cheeks is acceptable if you know each other well enough AND if you know that your friend is open-minded and quite a 'modern' Thai. Otherwise just shaking hands.

Even cheek-kissing. Do it just to greet your friends is OK. But romantic kiss between couples (yes, even only on the cheeks) is a NO.

What about greeting non-friends?
Don't "Wai" everyone. (See what is "Wai" here) Do that to the people they're older than you only AND they must be someone you're supposed to show respect (for example, visiting your friends' parents) But to the monks it doesn't matter how old they are. You can always "Wai" them (we do) before and after a chat (if you visit temple and have chance to talk to the monks)

To people in general (one those you're not familiar with, just a nodding or slightly bow your head is enough.

Showing affection in public
Hugging is always OK here (at least, in Bangkok) I mean a 'friendly' hug though not to romantic couples hug which you know that is not appropriate to do that in public. (behind the scene, everything goes, but keep that for your private)

Too smoochy couples are always annoying for us (yeah..fussy country) We understand that some are here for their honeymoon. But it doesn't mean we like to see people showing their affection in public especially kissing (mouth-to-mouth) is a big NO..don't do that. Please.

Holding hands? <-- that's OK

Sometimes I wonder why we're so serious about this stuff. While a few blocks away there're many sexy shows out there but on the free TV even 'drinking and smoking' scenes are censored. Don't ask me why. I don't really understand that myself.


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