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post Feb 16 2010, 03:03 PM


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Continue from Existing Bangkok thread here:
http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/360898


More Tourist Info compiled from various postings in V1:

1) Transportations:

QUOTE(sunbeams @ Nov 29 2006, 07:31 PM)
THB1,000 is outrageously expensive. My guess is that you took the airport taxi rather than the normal public taxi.

Alright here's the situation. When you arrive at the airport, you have a few choices to get to your hotel:

1 - Hotel Transfer

If you arrange with the hotel via bookings, they could send someone to pick you up from the airport using the hotel limo. Might be free, but if it isn't, you can expect a heavy bill. Pros: No need to wait for queues

2 - Airport Taxi

When you exit the airport and about to head outside, you're most likely to be approached by well dressed men / women in blazers asking if you like a "taxi". This ain't any normal taxi, but your high class airport limo. Depending on your destination, it would cost anywhere between THB600 - THB1,000. Pros: You get to sit in real comfortable Toyota Camrys

3 - Public Taxi

The cheapest form of taxi to get to your hotel. Head downstairs to the ground floor (not the arrival floor) and head outside. The new Suvarnabhumi airport hasn't properly prepared proper booths for public taxis, so you'll see a bunch of tables by the sidewalk. Walk to anyone of them and tell them your destination. They will give you a receipt and show you to your public taxi. The journey shouldn't cost more than THB400 if you want to get to town center.

There is an extra surcharge of THB50 if you take the public taxi from the airport, in addition to the metered fare. Also, if you decide to take the tollways, you have to pay the toll fare yourself.

Pros: Cheap. Cons: You might end up sitting in a 1990 Toyota Corolla or an old junk rusted relic of Bangkok transportation antiques
Some Tips:

Most public taxi drivers will take the Bang-Na route to get to the city. It's further, which allows them to earn slightly more milleage from you. So, if you are daring enough, tell the taxi driver to take the "Motorway" route. This route is shorter distance, and more direct to the city. "Motorway" is the name the Thai's use for that particular stretch of highway, which leads you to the Rama 9 Rd, and from there you can get to the city with ease.

The Bang-Na route shares the same trunk to and from the port. With this, you will have to bear slow traffic from hundreds of container trailers. If you're unlucky, you might experience some traffic congestion, and that can be really frustrating.

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QUOTE(tatsuyachiba @ Mar 27 2010, 03:45 AM)

I'll clarify if it helps. You don't pay 50B to the "airport authority" - you pay it to the cab driver at the end of the journey, above-and-over what the meter shows. e.g. if meter shows 230B, you pay 280B at the end. If you "curi" a taxi on the departures level as taxis drop off bonafide departing pax, then you don't pay this.
Also it is very common to round up to the next 10B if you and the driver have no change.

Tolls, as you pass them or not depending on where you go, can be 25, 45, 15 etc as to tollway/expressway circles Bangkok. The 25B and 45B tolls refer to 2 common tolls if you are going to Sukumvit/Silom/River areas. You hand cash to the driver, who hands it to the tollbooth clerk who hands the change/receipt back to the driver, who hands it back to you. Great way for you to break your 1000B notes into small change so you can pay the taxi fare at the end. You also have the option of not taking tollways, and a lot of people do this if they are traveling very early in the morning (4-5am) or very late at night - it doesn't slow you down too much to  take surface streets.

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BTS Train route/map: http://www.bts.co.th/en/map.asp
Banmgkok subway map: http://www.bangkoksite.com/MRTA/Route1A.htm

2) Suggested Itineraries & tourist attractions:

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=22964095

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=10617587

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=11301830

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=11962044

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=12038326

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=13499490

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=16359862

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=19392288

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=24284236

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=24397243

3) Accomodations - Choose those near to MRT/ BTS lines:

http://directrooms.com/thailand/hotels/ban...tels/price1.htm

http://www.sawadee.com/hotels/bangkok.html

http://www.agoda.com/asia/thailand/bangkok.html

http://www.asiarooms.com/thailand/bangkok.html

4) Shopping district reviews :

http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=18423472
http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=23751082

5) Famous Scams in bangkok (BEWARE)

http://www.bangkokscams.com/undercover/top...n-thailand.html
http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...post&p=24120548
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8154497.stm

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post Feb 17 2010, 11:10 AM


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ooo nice new home. thanks for setting up the front page stimix. i think maybe should also add links for bts

here is main website link:
http://www.bts.co.th/en/index.asp

bts map link:
http://www.bts.co.th/en/Image%20Event/Route_BTS.html


Added on February 17, 2010, 11:10 amlulz. i just realised you already got the link up there doh.gif

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post Feb 17 2010, 04:29 PM


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jus come back from BanGkok....I'll upload some info later...
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aiyo.. y didn't put link on old thread..
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post Feb 19 2010, 09:15 AM


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Sharing my Notes for Bangkok:
Hotel Selection:
Avoid city center to avoid traffic jam and must be near to any BTS and 7-11.

Transportation:
BTS and MRT are widely used. For more than 2 people, taking taxi to travel within Bangkok city will cost the same with taking BTS but have to take the risk of getting into traffic jam.

Major shopping spots:[COLOR=blue]
Siam Paragon and Gayson: High end shopping center (similar with KLCC, Pavilion and Starhill)
Central World and Zen: Medium class shopping center which sells most of the medium range brand like FCUK, Esprit and so on. Isetan can be found in Central world.
Platinum Fashion Mall and Chatuchak Market: Wholesales cheap clothes can be found here and the prices depends on bargaining skill. Reasonable Average prices of clothes 100 – 200 THB, Bags/Belt 150THB onwards, Shoes 150 – 300 THB and accessories 10 THB -200 THB.
(Shopping tips: Ask the prices before start to check on the clothes to save bargaining time, i.e, we will only check on the clothes if the first asking prices were 250 THB and below or else for those who ask above these prices, it was hard to bargain from 250 THB to 150 THB)

Major attractions (things to see and do):[COLOR=blue]
Grand Palace – Entrances Tickets at 350 THB
Ayutthaya – Tour that we engaged was 650THB including pick-up, entrances fees and lunch.
Floating Market and Railway market – We didn’t have enough time to go
Various shows – Siam Naramit shows 900 THB and average prices of ‘agua’ shows 650THB (prices from tour agents and it is always cheaper than we buy over the counter)
Zoo and Aquarium – Also no time to go
Various Night view spot – to dine at open air restaurant for night view, it cost minimum 1500 THB per pax and for drinks only 450 THB, Sirrocco and Bayan Trees have high recommendation from the internet.
Clubs - RCA
Night Market - Suan Luam
Thai Boxing

[COLOR=blue]Food and Drinks:

Places to hunt for food
- roadside, I only tried very little stall as I doubt the hygiene of those food.
- 7/11, love the 7/11 in Bangkok. We visited 7/11 at least once a day for food and drinks!

- food courts, the food from the Siam Paragon and Platinum Mall are good enough for me! You definitely will have problems in choosing what you want to have!
- restaurants, we only explore one in China Town which was really good! (The Thais love Jap food a lot but I didn't manage to try their Jap food!)

Must-have Food and Drinks list
Salads - They have various types of salads and i love the minced pork salads (from Siam Paragon Food Court!

Tom Yum Gong (Gong = Prawns in Thai) - I repeat Must try! Can be found easily and most of them are better than M'sia.
Green Curry - Aromatic but not very spicy!

Phat Thai/Pad Thai (stir fried noodles) - I repeat Must try! Can be found easily and hardly found in M'sia.


Beef ball noodle and Pork noodle - average 30THB ++ and damn nice! You can always adjust the spicy level accordingly! Totally different with M'sia style. (Pic shown below was Pork noodle)


Pork Burgers - McDonalds and 7-11 do sell. I prefer 7-11 one!!

Seafood - China town

Coconut - average 20 THB each and it is a must to reduce the heat!

Mineral water - 500 ml at 7 THB and 1000 ml at 14 THB from 7-11. Don't buy from roadside as they will sell at double prices!
Tibits and pocky - 10 THB - 20 THB

Instant Noodles - There are a lot of Tom Yum Gong flavor most of them are better than M'sia and there are Pork flavor too!
Prunes Yogurts - around 15 THB and hardly found in Malaysia (damn it, Isetan sell different brand at Rm4.3 but not as tasty as what i had i BKK)
Mango Sticky Rice - average 25THB to 45 THB serve very well as desserts
Grilled Banana - average 5- 10 THB


Added on February 19, 2010, 9:20 ambangkok V1 link:

http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/360898

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oh wow~
just been there last year.
it's kinda good information.
useful for next bangkok trip~
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post Feb 20 2010, 01:22 AM


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Is it easy to get to Platinum Fashion Mall and Chatuchak Market by MRT? Because i heard from my friend it will be easier to go by cab, may i also know any hotel recommended if i wanna go to Platinum Fashion Mall and Chatuchak Market? and how far away is it from Bangkok airport?

Heard that hatyai also got cheap clothings, anyone knows?
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post Feb 20 2010, 09:07 AM


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Chatuchak is very easy both via MRT & Skytrain although far from city ctr..Just goto both last station will do. Using ynderground will be closer..just nxt to the market.. Skytrain need to walk ~300M.

Platinum fashion market is at Pratunam area and if u can walk for 1.5km from Chit Lom Skytrain Station..should not be a problem

For Hatyai, you can check another seperate thread...BTW, Everything in Hatyai more expensive than Bangkok..bcos spoilt by Malaysian & Singaporean!
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For those who want to visit BKK, please be careful ya tongue.gif

QUOTE
Feb 19, 2010
Thaksin supporters rally in BK

BANGKOK - SUPPORTERS of deposed Thai leader Thaksin Shinawatra demonstrated on Friday in the capital's business district, one week ahead of a potentially explosive court decision on whether the government will confiscate the vast assets of the one-time prime minister.

The US, British, Australian and other embassies issued advisories warning their citizens to stay away from mass political gatherings over the coming days in case violence erupts.

About 200 so-called 'red shirts' gathered in front of the headquarters of the Bangkok Bank on Silom Road and more were expected to join them later in the day.

The target of Friday's protest was General Prem Tinsulanonda, who the loyalists say was a key leader in the military coup that ousted Thaksin in 2006. Thaksin, who was convicted in absentia on conflict-of-interest charges in 2008 and sentenced to two years in prison, lives in exile.

Gen Prem is the president of the Privy Council, which advises the Thai king, and also serves as an adviser to the Bangkok Bank, one of the largest in Thailand.

The United Front of Democracy against Dictatorship - informally known as the 'red shirts' due to their signature garb - claims that Gen Prem helped arrange financing through the Bangkok Bank for a golf course that encroached on the Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary in southeastern Thailand. That allegation, plus other accusations of shady business deals between Gen Prem and the bank, have been denied. -- AP


http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_492296.html


Australia, US and few more countries has issue warning to avoid BKK on Feb 26 onwards.
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post Feb 20 2010, 11:24 AM


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QUOTE(stimix @ Feb 20 2010, 09:07 AM)
Chatuchak is very easy both via MRT & Skytrain although far from city ctr..Just goto both last station will do. Using ynderground will be closer..just nxt to the market.. Skytrain need to walk ~300M.

Platinum fashion market is at Pratunam area and if u can walk for 1.5km from Chit Lom Skytrain Station..should not be a problem

For Hatyai, you can check another seperate thread...BTW, Everything in Hatyai more expensive than Bangkok..bcos spoilt by Malaysian & Singaporean!
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Hmm... so if i wanna go to Chatuchak then i use underground train? which is mrt is it?

For Platinum is it better to take a cab? 1.5km is far @.@ Heard that cab in bangkok is cheap~

Ok noted for hatyai~ will go and search around at another thread~

Thank you so much~~

BTW anyone going to Bangkok in March?


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Thanks for the note too!

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post Feb 20 2010, 02:37 PM


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Hi guys ,

Going to Bangkok again next week. Intend to stay at Salil Hotel near Skhumvit. Any better choice. Had stay at Citin Pratunam before last year but dun like that area.

Any one reserve hotel rooms tru Sawadee.com. Is it safe? Found that the package offer in Sawadee.com is cheaper than air asia. Any one had better way to reserve room and getting good offer?

Thanks.
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Yes sawadee is the best hotel booking webiste so far for me..Responded wiyhin hours! Very helpful..My best reservation site so far..esp to Thailand


Added on February 20, 2010, 3:06 pmOK also if you can get the them to use meter..Anyway the rate is more expensive than KL actually..Per entry is 35bath (RM3.70) & thereafter ~ 4.5bath per 200m?...comapre to KL at RM2 per entry & RM0.20 per 200m thereafter...Malaysia taxi using cheaper fuel mah.. but not easy to get the taxi wanting to use meter hor
QUOTE(AngelLingLing @ Feb 20 2010, 11:24 AM)


For Platinum is it better to take a cab? 1.5km is far @.@ Heard that cab in bangkok is cheap~
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[quote=stimix,Feb 20 2010, 02:58 PM]
Yes sawadee is the best hotel booking webiste so far for me..Responded wiyhin hours! Very helpful..My best reservation site so far..esp to Thailand

Thanks. With the rate of 1650 baht per night c/w breakfast any better hotel to recommend?
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Day 1: Friday (26.02.2010)

LCCT (06.45pm) - BKK SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (07.50pm)

1. Patpong
Transport : BTS Sala Daeng (S2)

2. Suan Lum Night Bazaar


Day 2: Saturday (27.02.2010)

3. Chatuchak Market (Weekend 7.00 am – 6.00pm) Get a map at helpdesk!!
Transport: BTS Mo Chit (N8)
Suggestion: Try coconut icecream, mini doughnut

4. Gay Show / thai girl show/ Thai Traditional Massage


Day 3: Sunday (28.02.2010)

5. Chao Phraya River

6. The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaeo (8.30am – 3.30pm) – 350 baht include entry to Vimanmek Mansion (Thai classical dance & Thai boxing at 10.30am and 2.30pm) and Royal Thai Decorations & Coin Pavilion.
Location : Th Na Phra Lan, Ko Ratanakosin
ferry: Tha Chang
bus: ordinary 2, 25
Note: Suitably dressed, enter Grand Palace through the 3rd gate from river pier.

7. Wat Po (8.00am – 5.00pm) – 20 baht
ferry: Tha Tien or Tha Chang
bus: ordinary 12, 25, 53

8. Wat Arun (7.00am – 5.20pm) – 20 baht
ferry: cross-river ferry from Tha Tien
bus: 19, 57, 83

9. Wat Trimit

10. Chinatown (Thai – Yao wat la)
Location : MRTA Hua Lamphong Station
Suggestion: Seafood is cheap. Famous shop’s worker wear green color shirt
Pak To Goh (chakueh with kaya) opposites 7-11 after 7pm
bai guo bird nest

Day 4: Monday (01.03.2010)

11. Dammneon saduak floating market (Half day tour)

12. Siam Paragon - The food court worth a try!

13. MBK Center
Transport : BTS National Stadium (W1)
Suggestion: Naraya Bag Shop

14. Siam Discovery
Transport : BTS Siam (CS)

15. Siam Square
Transport : BTS Siam (CS)

16. Central World Plaza
Transport : BTS Siam (CS)
Suggestion: Naraya Bag Shop (Ground floor), Sabushi (Sushi buffet at 6th floor – 219 baht – 1hr)


Day 4: Tues (02.03.2010)

17. Erawan shrine
Transport : BTS Chit Lom (E1)

18. Platinum Fashion Mall

19. Pratunam
Transport : BTS Chit Lom (E1+)

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QUOTE(AngelLingLing @ Feb 20 2010, 01:22 AM)
Is it easy to get to Platinum Fashion Mall and Chatuchak Market by MRT? Because i heard from my friend it will be easier to go by cab, may i also know any hotel recommended if i wanna go to Platinum Fashion Mall and Chatuchak Market? and how far away is it from Bangkok airport?

Heard that hatyai also got cheap clothings, anyone knows?
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Chatuchak and Platinum Fashion Mall are both reachable with BTS (skytrain)

Just pick any hotel within ur budget which is located near to BTS!


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QUOTE(AngelLingLing @ Feb 20 2010, 11:24 AM)
Hmm... so if i wanna go to Chatuchak then i use underground train? which is mrt is it?

For Platinum is it better to take a cab? 1.5km is far @.@ Heard that cab in bangkok is cheap~

Ok noted for hatyai~ will go and search around at another thread~

Thank you so much~~

BTW anyone going to Bangkok in March?


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If you are taking BTS (sky train), stop at Mo CHit for Chatucak

If you are going to Platinum, take BTS (sky train) to Siam then walk around 15mins to Platinum.

Cab is cheap and nice in Bangkok.


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17. Erawan shrine
Transport : BTS Chit Lom (E1)

18. Platinum Fashion Mall 

19. Pratunam
Transport : BTS Chit Lom (E1+)
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I think it is nearer to walk from BTS SIAM to Platinum Fashion Mall as compared to BTS Chit Lom smile.gif


Added on February 22, 2010, 2:31 pmGood Massage Recommendation: Siam Relax at Siam Square!

Slightly expensive, 300THB for 1 hour of foot massage but 100% worth the price!

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QUOTE(stimix @ Feb 20 2010, 02:58 PM)
Yes sawadee is the best hotel booking webiste so far for me..Responded wiyhin hours! Very helpful..My best reservation site so far..esp to Thailand


Added on February 20, 2010, 3:06 pmOK also if you can get the them to use meter..Anyway the rate is more expensive than KL actually..Per entry is 35bath (RM3.70) & thereafter ~ 4.5bath per 200m?...comapre to KL at RM2 per entry & RM0.20 per 200m thereafter...Malaysia taxi using cheaper fuel mah.. but not easy to get the taxi wanting to use meter hor
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Sorry, but your comment on the taxi rates is wrong. KL taxis are WAY WAY WAY more expensive compared to thailand's.

The initial rate, yes its more expensive, Rm3.50 to KL's rm3. But the on going rate is much slower and cheaper then KL's which keeps going off and up. Hartamas to KL sentral is already rm12 -__- When it used to be rm7.

Plus, I've gotten cheated less in BKK then when I'm back in KL.
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came back from bangkok awhile ago, the weather was abit hot but the food was great..
and one thing I love most about bangkok is their girls school uniform, thinking of transfering next semester LOL
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QUOTE(zzzzzzzzzzzy @ Feb 23 2010, 12:22 AM)
came back from bangkok awhile ago, the weather was abit hot but the food was great..
and one thing I love most about bangkok is their girls school uniform, thinking of transfering next semester LOL
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Various shows – Siam Naramit shows 900 THB and average prices of ‘agua’ shows 650THB (prices from tour agents and it is always cheaper than we buy over the counter)
Where did you buy your Siam Niramit tickets at 900B?

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Where did you buy your Siam Niramit tickets at 900B?
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