The Urban Age Hostel

130/6 Silom Soi 6, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand
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88%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
20%
7
Very Good
48%
17
Average
20%
7
Poor
8%
3
Terrible
2%
1

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  • Solo57
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Transfering between Metro/BTS and the Airport train.

by hysysm

Does one have to walk far to transfer from the Airport train to the Metro at Phetchaburi? Or is it more convenient to transfer to the BTS at Phyathai?

My hotel is located near the interchange of Silom and Sala Daeng so transfering onto either system is fine.

Re: Transfering between Metro/BTS and the Airport train.

by explore_discover

Interchane at Phya thai and then connect to BTS Sukhumvit Line to Sala dand

Re: Transfering between Metro/BTS and the Airport train.

by SirHalberd

Keep in mind that there is no Skytrain after midnight.

Three days ago I used a meter taxi from Makkasan to get to Sukhumvit soi 4 for under 60 baht. (Meter only, no bargaining the fare!) This was at midnight.

From the Phaya Thai Rail Link to the Skytrain stop at Phaya Thai is only a "spit" away but there is a lot of up and down walking. Eventually these 2 rides will be connected.

The FLORIDA HOTEL, by the way, is right at these stations. (Copy & paste link.)

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Good luck.

Re: Transfering between Metro/BTS and the Airport train.

by putri_jogja

Interchange between silom and sala daeng is very easy to reach. Just see the direction inside the station whether you wanna go by BTS or MRT. No worries.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

travel agency

by AussieLuke

Here is a picture that will give you information of the whereabouts and contact details of a travel agent i highly recommend.
Ask to speak to max, a thai man with a passion for helping people get the most out of his country. He is enthusiastic and will listen to your needs.

From Rama I to XII

by ukirsari

Walking around Bangkok, I always enjoy the names of the streets which are reflecting Sanskrit lingo. And the most I remember are the names of Rama dynasty (the kings) which can be read at the billboard on the freeway. I read from Rama I to Rama XII I don't know why, but my favorite street is King Rama IX. And whenever I was in Thailand, this country was celebrated Queen Sirikit's birthday (in 2002 her age is 72), so I saw many decoration nearby the main streets.

Easy go around Koh Rattanakosin with old tram

by suraphona

Ride with this manipulated old tram
for free . The tram was original used in Bangkok until 40 years ago.
They just change the wheel and now station near Sanam Luang.
The trip appr. 1 hour will take you around
Bangkok Old-City area (Koh Rattanakosin).

Shoes Off First!

by Arjaree

Thais like to show off our feet to one another. JOKING. No we're not a foot fetish or anything like that. No offense to those who are...

Its our way to take off shoes before entering a house. How can you not? Look at the streets, there you see doggies' poop..this and that everywhere.

This also is a must for when you go to a temple.

Add:
Even though nowadays, we pamper our feet more like a foot massage or some beauty treatment or product just for feet.. We still regard them as the lowest and hmm dirtiest part of the body.

Hot and Humid Bangkok

by GK2005

Light Travel Bag T-shirts
Sandals
Shorts
Hand Towel (you will sweat a lot in this weather) Tooth Brush
Tooth paste
Shaving Kit Camera
Camcorder
Extra films/discs/memory cards Sunglasses
Sun tan lotion
Water Bottle

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Address: 130/6 Silom Soi 6, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand