Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok
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Pattaya : Stay close to Nakula Road or Pattaya Beach Road. ( close to Walking street )
Suggested Hotel under your budget : CItin Garden resort pattaya/ All seasons hotel.
Bangkok : Stay close to Sukhumvit Road or Pratunaam road ( to shop around & for night life )
Suggested Hotel under your budget : Narry Nana Bangkok Hotel/ Convenient Park Bangkok / Unico Express Bangkok / Ibis Bangkok.
Transportation: You can book it with the hotel directly or there are taxi stand out if the airport to board towards anywhere in Bangkok.
They are open from 7:oo am to 10:00 pm and is located at Soi 5 Sukhumvit road, beside Foodland Supermarket and in Front of Amari Boulevard Hotel. They offer various Tours not only around bangkok but also of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Luang Prabang in Laos and Phuket in the South.
Detailed Prices of tours at the Picture!
Fondest memory: Mimi's Travel
Telephone Number: (0) 2 655 0676, (0) 2 655 0677
Mobile Phone no: (0) 1 616 8243
Open Daily from 7:00 am to 10:00 Pm.
Sukhumvit Soi 5, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10010.
(Beside Foodland Supermarket Sukhumvit, Across Amari Boulvard Hotel)
If you are living in Japan or have a connection otherwise to that country, you might want to check out soi 24. There are numerous establishments catered to the Japanese market there, including restaurants, guest houses, clubs and bars. It's reasonably authentic and they even have Japanese speaking staff. As a foreigner living in Japan, I was a little bemused by the whole thing initially, but I guess soi 24 has become a little piece of my adopted home whenever I visit Bangkok.
In terms of the restaurants, prices are higher than average for Bangkok, but much less than what you would pay for something of the same quality in Tokyo or Osaka. A lot of the Japanese expats tend to frequent the soi 24 restaurants, which says something for the quality. There are actually 50,000 Japanese nationals living in Bangkok, which surprised me a little. Soi 24 is worth a wander if you are interested.
This unassuming soi is the part of Bangkok that is most familiar to me. I've been coming back here ever since my first couple of visits. It's a microcosm of the whole city and whenever I land at Don Muang, this is the first place I go to.
I get my suits tailored there, I've booked flights at the travel agent and had my hair cut there a few times. I also go to a dentist there and two great Indian restaurants. I guess it has become my home away from home in Bangkok. The only thing I haven't done is actually stay in one of the hotels there. The soi is pretty short (maybe 200 meters in total) and hooks around off Sukhumvit, ending at soi 11 proper.
One stop shopping!
If you have time visit the new Erawan Elephant Museum. It is quite marvelours inside the elephant shaped museum;
The structure itself is the biggest.
It is located on Sukhumvit Road, about 3 Kms. from Samutprakan Province in Thailandmillennium period.
Fondest memory: walking along Sukhumvit Road from Soi 1 to Soi 57 at night. Bargain hunting and stop over at Soi 1 to 4 for the Northern Indian and Arabic food. For those with international palate, try the international cuisine at the ground floor of the Ambassador Hotel. If you are tired, hop on a tuk-tuk for 4 baht ( but endure the noise and smoke).
Favorite thing: Walk down the Sumkuvit Road. At the Phrom Phrong SkyTrain stop, you can enjoy a moment of tranquility in a bustling city like the nightscene featured here.