The Key Bangkok Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

19 Sukhumvit soi.19, Sukhumvit Rd, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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92%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
19%
18
Very Good
44%
41
Average
29%
27
Poor
2%
2
Terrible
5%
5

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families85
  • Couples87
  • Solo69
  • Business68

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Forum Posts

Tuk Tuk

by sharonanthony

We want to buy a 4 wheel Tuk Tuk. I think they call a mini loader. Where in Bangkok can we buy a new or used one. We have been trying for weeks but can't find any information.

Re: Tuk Tuk

by puerto_lover

Are you talking about the Daihatsu Hijet vehicle modified by locals in Phuket ?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daihatsu_Hijet

http://martybugs.net/blog/blog.cgi/photos/transport/TukTukQueue.html

Re: Tuk Tuk

by SirHalberd

Thai Visa has a "Thailand Motor Forum" forum and a classified section. Try them out!

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/forum/78-thailand-motor-forum/

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/forum/79-cars-for-sale-in-thailand/

Good luck.

Re: Tuk Tuk

by sharonanthony

Yes, but they are used in Hua Hin and can be bought in Bangkok. Can't find a supplier!

Travel Tips for Bangkok

SIM Cards and Phones

by gaolei

SIM cards can be bought at the airport. There is a DTAC booth outside customs in the arrival area. A SIM card costs 100 Baht, $3. That 100 Baht pays for the card and you get 50 Baht applied to your phone account. The best thing is they install the card and activate it for you! You don't have to read instructions or load long numbers into a phone system you can't understand.

Now that you have the card installed at the airport, you can start making calls immediately. If the taxi driver can't understand where you want to go, call your host or hotel and they will explain it for you.

To recharge, go into any 7-11. Buy a recharge card and hand your phone to the girl. She will recharge it for you. It just doesn't get easier. There may be a phone service that is a few micro-cents cheaper, but it just doesn't matter. Why wander the city looking for that super deal when you can get a good deal at the airport and you can get on with your vacation with the phone problem solved.

You Can Find Almost Everything Here!

by imran8852

I guess our visit to Bangkok won't be so exciting if we didn’t visit Chatuchak…even the friendly taxi driver in S'pore remind us to do so. You can find almost everything here! We will always go to Chatuchak when we visit Bangkok because here we found our favorite cakes made from coconut. When we asked what's the name of this superbly delicious cakes…they said ‘Makunai’. Please correct me if I’m wrong! Don’t forget to try it the next time you’re in Bangkok if you haven't done so. Eat it while it's hot or it won't be so delicious. So many thing!

Paying with coupons

by syllybabe

MBK is a shopping mall where you can find just about a little bit of everything. In their food court, the most amusing thing to me was buying food with coupons. First you choose what you want to eat from any of the stalls and determine how much coupons you need to pay for your food. Any coupons you have left after you're done, you can go to another booth to exchange it for cash. I think unused coupons that don't get changed for cash is a great revenue generator for the mall. Cool concept though.

Thai Language- Rather Daunting

by Meadows11

So far, I have found the thai language harder to get the hang of than any other. I've managed to get by in spanish and french in the past, but when the alphabet is totally different, it presents a whole new challenge. I hate to come accross as the ignorant tourist who can't be bothered to learn at least some of the language, but be prepared for quite some challenge!

"Jai-Yen" - Stay calm.

by beebah

Yeah as i said. Eventhough it's "Land of smiles" we too get upset with same reasons that you do. But you'll find the way people here deal with anger in some strange ways.. like pretendning not to hear you when you shout "So where is my ticket?!" or slowing down everything when you ask them to be fast.. etc..etc

So "Jai-Yen" (cool-hearted) you'll get what you want anyway just be patient.

I'm sure you know this already as it's a common sense. Getting mad at people won't bring you anywhere. For example some travel agents are amazingly slow to organize things you ask for. Best is to deal with them with a serious tone of voice not yelling or shouting (Well, unless they yell at you first which doesn't happen often) Everytime I join the trips with big groups of travellers there's ALWAYS someone got upset and stated to yell at someone to make him feel better.

Louder you yell, more they will ignore you. That's a fact.

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Address: 19 Sukhumvit soi.19, Sukhumvit Rd, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand