The Residence Airport & Spa

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1,135/1 Soi Chaloemprakiat 25, Sukhumvit 103 Road, Bangkok, Thailand
The Residence Airport & Spa
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Costs 54% less but rated 19% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Winter wear avaiable in Bangkok?

by geminimoai

I'll be in Bangkok next month and was hoping to find a deal on winter boots.
It's so hot over there, do they sell winter wear?

Re: Winter wear avaiable in Bangkok?

by SirHalberd

You do see some winter clothing for sale every now and then. I have noticed some winter clothing for sale in some of the mall stores that cater to tourists too. Thais do need warm clothes when they travel to cold climates.

As far as winter boots go - if you have small Thai size feet you might be lucky but I don't think you will have a great selection of ski boots. I have big feet and find it difficult to get cheap shoes in my size. I can find them in fancy mall stores sometimes but they are more expensive than my own country.

Thai Visa Forum has some info on this:

Good luck.

Re: Winter wear avaiable in Bangkok?

by SirHalberd

If the Thai Visa link doesn't work just use their search choice and enter "buy winter clothing" or just "winter clothing" and the links will show up.

Re: Winter wear avaiable in Bangkok?

by xymmot

They do sell winter wear because of the tourist that comes from cold weather countries for vacations. It's just funny to see them buy winter down fill coats in 90 degrees weather. Cheers Tommy x

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Elephant show & Calypso Cabaret

by simplyboracay

I went to these attractions, elephant show , crocodile show and calypso cabaret, all attractions including food. Show was terrible as well as the food. Better not ask travel agents because they will tell you all the goodies for them to get commissions with every attractions you book with them. Only thing I like about Bangkok is shopping and the food is cheap as well.

If you are staying in Chinatown

by thedouglas

If you are staying in Chinatown, be aware of the difficulties getting back to this area on Saturday evenings - when it is at its busiest. I was rejected by many taxis and tuktuks to get back to my hotel from Chatuchak markets - and didn't know why. Even Bangkok drivers prefer to keep away from there at this time! So - either get home early - or stay out late - or train it back to Hualamphong Stn, and walk!

Rriver Cruise - Mosque Tuk Daeng

by Audrey118

Further upriver is a Muslim mosque, it is small but rather important. ... the green-roof building with the high tower and with green onion-shape dome has been known as Masjid Tuk Daeng or Red Brick Building Mosque. The building here was once constructed using red-earth bricks hence the name of the place.

Monk Ordination Ceremony

by Neenjah88

If you are looking for an amazing, life changing experience, attend a monk's ordination/induction ceremony. I went to one when I was ELEVEN, and I still think of it often. It is a fantastic, beautiful, powerful ritual.

The Wai

by machomikemd

Thais greet each other with the ‘wai’ (pronounced like the word ‘why’), placing the palms of their hands together as in prayer and raising them to the level of their face whilst bowing slightly.

Before coming to Thailand, you may have thought of this gesture as no more than a charming habit of waiters in Thai restaurants, but it carries deep resonance for Thais. You will see Thai mothers teaching babies to wai even before they can speak. Many people take both pride and pleasure in the gracefulness and warmth of their wai.

In addition to greeting and saying goodbye, the wai is also always used when either presenting or receiving a gift. The wai is, amongst other things, a mark of respect for position and age. For Thais, different levels of the closed hands can show different degrees of respect.

As a rule, if someone wais you, you should always wai back. However, it is not considered correct to wai children or to wai someone who is thanking you for your patronage. Thais are aware that foreigners don’t use the wai and in situations where you are unsure, a nod and a smile will always pass as an acceptably polite response.


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Address: 1,135/1 Soi Chaloemprakiat 25, Sukhumvit 103 Road, Bangkok, Thailand