Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by mummychia » Sun Oct 18, 2015 3:39 pm

suziewong wrote:Dear all,
I am looking for a hotel that can accommodate 2 Queen Size beds in 1 room. I called Novotel Siam Square but they said they do not have. Anybody has any recommendation?
Four points by Sheraton has 2 queen beds. Double tree, Courtyard Marriott and Renaissance hotel have 2 double beds. Not sure how old your kids, if your family can take 2 double beds, which is slightly smaller than a queen, but able to fit in 1 adult & 1 child comfortably depending on your child build. My 2 kids are 7 & 9 yrs, we have no problem sharing. But if 2 adults share will be small.

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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by suziewong » Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:26 pm

Thanks Mummy Chia.

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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by S-H » Wed Oct 21, 2015 11:03 am

Which floating market in Bangkok is advisable to go? And what about chocolate ville?

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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by mommy2two » Sat Oct 31, 2015 9:12 am

Hi all

I intend to bring my family to Safari World, 3A, 2C and 1Baby.
Any recommendations? Would it be better to hire pte driver or take their coach for the safari? If pte driver, any idea how much to pay and we also need to buy entrance ticket for them/their car?
Hope to have some idea before I start booking. We intend to go in mid November.

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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by caroline3sg » Tue Nov 03, 2015 10:48 pm

LKT wrote:
suziewong wrote:Dear all,
I am looking for a hotel that can accommodate 2 Queen Size beds in 1 room. I called Novotel Siam Square but they said they do not have. Anybody has any recommendation?
Centre Point Hotel Pratunam and The Berkeley Pratunam. They have family room.
I stay at Centre Point Pratunam 3 times this year. Very satisfied. Location is very near Pratunam market and Platinum Mall. There is also 2 decent eateries (night time only) in front of McDonalds.

Be sure to eat Cold Stone, only 65 baht.

And buy lots of pocky from Big C. Very cheap at about $0.50 per box.


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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by mommy2two » Sun Nov 08, 2015 3:00 pm

Hi,

Just wanted to know if it is better to exchange some of our currency over in BKK or do it all here?
Anyone did exchange over there?

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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by caroline3sg » Sun Nov 08, 2015 3:23 pm

The rate here is better

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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by mommy2two » Sun Nov 08, 2015 5:41 pm

caroline3sg wrote:The rate here is better
Hi caroline3sg

Thanks for sharing.
Will exchange here then.

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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by piyo88 » Tue Dec 08, 2015 2:39 pm

anyone has done F&E day trip to Pattaya from Bangkok before? can share any info regarding transport options and actvities to do there?

Anyone has reliable driver to recommend, pls pm me too. Desperate for help .... :?:

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Re: Travel: Thailand - Bangkok

Post by dragonmummy » Fri Dec 11, 2015 3:16 pm

you can try booking from hotel tour desk or via Bangkok.com

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