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Bangkok Cabaret Show
"Bangkok's Calypso cabaret has showcased the unique flair and astonishing beauty of these Thai performing artists since it was created more than 25 years ago. If you are seeking something beyond the mainstream then this cabaret show featuring talented transgender performers is your ticket!You'll be picked up from your hotel and transferred to the Calypso Theater to enjoy a colorful evening of cabaret Bangkok-style. With your choice of an early or late evening show settle in at your lamp-lit table for an outstanding presentation as the stage sparkles with lively music dance and entertainment. The cabaret opens with glittery evening gowns on display and includes acts from burlesque performers to the traditional dances of the geisha. Watch an Elvis impersonator with his ‘groupies’ listen to classic favorites of the old-time music hall and see the incredible Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe come to life.When the curtain comes down
From THB1,320.00
Bangkok Calypso Cabaret
"If you’ve experienced the magic of Calypso Cabaret before you’ll be delighted to hear the show holds true to its 25-year-old tradition of providing first-grade family friendly cabaret entertainment with a unique Thai flair.The new Calypso Cabaret theater accommodates 480 guests and the restaurant offers traditional Thai dinners accompanied by a Khon dance show before the main entertainment begins.Itinerary 8pm Pickup from yo""Meet and greet the tour guide at your Hotel and transfer to the Calypso Cabaret. You’ll love every minute you spend in Calypso. On stage is a bevy of professional entertainers presenting artistic impersonations through songs and tales of love and adventurtitle=Highlights&1=Family+friendly&2=All+entrance+fees+included&3=Hotel+pickup+included""
From $32.00
Calypso Cabaret Show Ticket
"Calypso lady Boy Cabaret Show has creatively performed so spectacular and wonderful shows that it is called “The Number one Lady-Boy Cabaret show of Bangkok.” It gives you one of the warmest welcomes you can find in the land of smiles and does in many ki there are over 1500 small boutique shops and so many restaurants and bar. You can enjoy nice dinner and shopping before and after of the show.You will enjoy a variety of performances from show tunes to Chinese love songs Korean pop and Japanese geisha dancing. There is something for everyone. Be amazed by the energy of the performers who dance their way through two shows a night.""""Calypso lady Boy Cabaret Show at New Theater in "" Asiatique The River Front"" This is Most famous and biggest show in Bangkok of The Beautiful Lady-Boy."
From JPY3,300.00

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Siam Commercial Bank - for the best exchange rate

Favorite thing On my two trips to Bangkok in the last 12 months I have found that Siam Commercial Bank consistently has the best exchange rates, at lest for US dollars to Thai Baht. I always comeppare and at several different SCB branch. Some occasions I have found that SCB is 1 Baht higher than competitors. I have no explanation for this but it always works out to my benefit. This is the bank Iuse the exchange money. However, this doesn't stop me from checking where the best exchange rate is.

By the way, you do not have to go in the bank to exchange money. SCB has plenty of satellite exchange booths through the cite.

NOTE: you must show your passport to change money!

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Jul 14, 2015

Currency Exchange

Favorite thing Bank's offer lesser rate then the private exchange compnies. I have found the Rainbow Exchange at Khosan Road offering better rates then anyone 32.20 Bhat for USD 1 (25 may 2010) (they only Buy - and do not sell and US$100-50 bills fetch little more then the smaller 10's and 20's while the Highest Rate offering by Bank 32.07 by kasikorn Bank

Location is the first shop on the right when you enter Khaosan Road there is a large/colorful Sign Board.

They also have another branch at Soi Rambutri right beside the Massage Home (same color sign board)

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May 24, 2010

Baht security features

Favorite thing When i travel abroad i always try to get familiar with the local bank notes a little bit, just to be sure that i won't be paid with a counterfeit bank note. By the way i didn't meet any of it them in Bangkok during my holiday but it's better to be prepared... On the web site of Bank of Thailand i found a great overview of all the security features of the Thai Baht banknotes (in English):

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Oct 26, 2015

Currency Exchange

Favorite thing FX booths are very easy to find in Thailand as are ATMs. They are all bank run and the official rates are posted daily in the Thai Newspapers including the English language ones. There can be minor differences from one bank to the next, but it is normally not more than a fraction of one Baht. If cashing TCs you will need to show your passport. The rate for TCs is a bit better than for cash, but you pay a charge for each TC so that may mean any benefits of an improved rate are negated.



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Apr 20, 2009
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The Best Currency Exchange In Town

Favorite thing There is a very popular foreign exchange that offers the best rates in town (much better than what we have exchange back at home). The rates are significantly higher, so it's worth changing there if you have a few hundreds to change. It's called "Super Rich" with a green and white signboard (not the "Super Rich" with an Orange signboard). Its usually full of people, but the Q moves very quickly and you'll be done in 15 mins. I'm not sure of the exact address. But I hope to remember it by the following landmarks.
Walk along the street opposite to Centre Point and turn left into the street when you see Dragon Seafood & Sharkfin Restaurant. You'll see "Super Rich" at the end of the roll of shop-houses.

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Dec 11, 2009

Thai Baht money

Favorite thing Thai notes are in the following denomination:

1000 = gray
500 = purple
100 = red
50 = blue
20 = green
10 = brown

Coins: 10 baht, 5, 2, 1. 50satangs and 25.

Fondest memory Tourist change currency in city proper instead of airport since airports offer lower than city rates. I usually change just enough for transpo charge.

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Feb 19, 2009

Plastic money

Favorite thing Major credit cards (CC) are accepted in the major cities like Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, etc. Some companies levy an additional surcharge when purchasing sale items. Amexco, Visa, Mastercard, JCB are all accepted.

Notes are always accepted by currency exchange kiosks while Traveler's Cheques have a lower rate than notes.

Some rural places do not accept CCs.

Fondest memory Most people smiled and accommodated our requests.

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Feb 19, 2009

Money Exchange Shops

Favorite thing Being a tourist friendly country, Thailand has lots and lots of money exchange shops aorund the country and at the Airports and evn in Bangkok, they offer competetive rates than in hotels or at banks but a word of caution! since money exhange shops are numerous and are situated near each other, I would advice that you first check their rates of exchange for your international currencies and travellers cheques into thai baht as they will have different exhange rates for each currencies like for example, the US dollar to a thai baht will be 1 US Dollar is 29 thai baht in some and 31 thai baht in others so that you must check the different money exchange shops before deciding on where to exhange your hard earned money as to have extra thai baht for shopping and more!

Fondest memory there are literally tons of money exhange shops in and around the bangkok area.

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Oct 19, 2012


"Bangkok, Krung Thep - The best of"
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"tHe Bangkok in my mind.."
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"Bangkok - Which Means "Straw Hat!""
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Thai Baht (THB)

Favorite thing Thailand uses the Bath as it's currency, each Baht is divided into 100 satang but since 1 bath is just 3 cents (dollar and euro) For the Bath there are three different coins: the 1 bath coin, the 5 bath coin and the 10 bath coin and 5 different bank notes: the 20 Bath note (Green), 50 Bath (Light Blue), 100 Bath (Light Red), 500 Bath (Purple) and 1000 Bath (Gray/Brown).

Fondest memory The most important thing you have to remember in Thailand is that most shops or taxi drivers do not have change for 500 or 1000 Bath notes. Make sure you always have change in the form of 20 and 100 Bath notes, a good place to obtain your change is to buy something at a 7-Eleven or Family Mart, shops that are open 24 hours a day.

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Oct 09, 2012

Best Exchange Rates

Favorite thing X ONE Currency Exchange Center
S.R. Spirits 2000 Co Ltd
149/7 Surawongse Rd
Suriyawongse, Bangrak
Bangkok 10500
Tel: 02634 1155 (autoline)
Fax: 02634 2255

*Opposite Krung Thai Bank, 2 or 3 blocks fr Patpong Rd
*When other shop's rate is (SGD1)= 23.1 to 23.4, theirs is 23.7 to 23.8, that's a huge difference. They surely have the most generous rates I found all over Bangkok I make it a point to visit them.

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Mar 21, 2011

The best place to exchange your currency in BKK

Favorite thing Beyond doubt.....The best currency deals can be found at 'Siam Exchange' - It is conveniently located by the BTS National Stadium station. (Opposite MBK)

They have a live web site that is up dated a couple of times a day...So you can see what the rate is before you visit. Google - They also have a map on the site to pin point its exact location.

You must present your passport to exchange you currency. - They are very fast and efficient commission free service for cash transactions.

Fondest memory A vibrant city.

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Oct 13, 2013

Things to Do Near Bangkok

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Mahakan Fort

after the sack of ayuthaya and the fall of the ayuthaya empire to the burmese in the 17th century. the present Chakri Dynasty became the leader of thailand and to defend the new capital of bangkok...
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Calypso Cabaret

Live cabaret, theater and ladyboy show twice a night at The Asia Hotel in Bangkok. Featuring beautiful Thai dancers and stunning, stage designs that create scenes from around the world. It is a...
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Democracy Monument

Monument commemorating the student protest that led to the establishment of Democracy in Thailand. Today the monument would be somewhat ironic given the military coops that have marked the divisive...
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Siam Square

Herbal fluffy rice flour cake of Baan Morakot, OTOP from Sakaew Province looks colorful and delicious. The ingredients are all natural and it tastes fantastic. You can purchase this product at “OTOP...
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Patong Horror Show

They have turned a big house into a horror show and my girlfriend likes horror movies so we decided to go and take a look. And it turned out to be a great success (at least for my girlfriend :-) We...
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Siam Ocean World

Ocean World Siam Ocean world a wonderfull world in the centre of Bangkok. Admission fee: 650 Baht with cinema 4D. Information Name: Siam Ocean World Theme: Sharks, Fish, 4d cinema Location:...
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