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There are 65 questions in Bangkok, Thailand

12 total anwers to this question

Monika Kowalczyk, Brisbane, AUS, 3 months ago

Hey all! I was wondering what is the most sunny island at the moment which you would recommend it?

Julie Brooke , Bangkok, THA, 3 months ago

at the moment .. hmm.. maybe Ko Chang.
I was in the southern islands two weeks ago, phi phi, phuket etc, and its really rainy, I mean compared to what I saw there, bangkok is reallly nice weather.
try to stay in the gulf of thailand :-/

Prasert Tishyadhigama , Bangkok, THA, 3 months ago

Don't worry about rain in Thailand. It often rains at night or in the early morning. Please select one which you like, you can enjoy every island in Thailand.

yvonnesher , Singapore, SGP, 3 months ago

My fave is Koh Phangan, and Samui :) though flooded with Tourists :(

Maria Eugenia Bcll, Cordoba, ARG, 2 months ago

We are 2 and we will stay 2 nights in Bangok on january. The idea is to visit the temples, the royal palace, the river market. Then we´re going to go to Kanchanaburi.
Thanks for the advice!

Prasert Tishyadhigama , Bangkok, THA, 2 months ago

There are several hotels around Bangkok. What are your objectives staying here? How luxury would you like?
For shopping malls please consider on Sukhumvit area.
Temples and the old city tour please consider on Khao San road.
Whole sale clothing fashion markets please consider on Pratunam area.
If you look for a high-end hotel please consider on Chaopraya riverside

punam mohandas , Bangkok, THA, 2 months ago

If you're a backpacker and looking to hang out with other westerners, then it can't get better than Khaosarn. This area is close to the Palace, temples like Wat Po, Wat Arun and Wat Phra Kiew as also close to Little India and China Town.
If you're looking at being more in the city centre, then Nana on Sukhumvit has both budget as well as luxury hotels.

Sam Sameer , Bangkok, THA, 2 months ago

Even in Sukhumvit, it would depend if you are travelling by yourself, or with kids, etc. as there are different areas suitable for different types of tourists.

Please offer more information about who is travelling, what are you interested in (shopping, sightseeing temples, nightlife, etc.) and we can offer you correct advice.

Finally, are you looking for a bargain discounted hotel, or a luxury expensive one?

Bon Voyage!

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Giang Quỳnh, Ho Chi Minh City, VNM, 3 months ago

Hi everyone,

I am going to Bangkok to work for one month and I want to keep my daily habit of doing yoga. I have searched for some studios but the directions are completely strange to me.
Can you please suggest a place where I can do yoga early in the morning before work-time or late evening after office hours at affordable fees and convenient to travel from my accommodation or workplace. I live in a hotel near Huaykwang MRT Station and work at Siam Center Group (SCG) near Bangsue Station.

Any suggestions are appreciated. With many thanks :D

Julie Brooke , Bangkok, THA, 2 months ago

Hey, I know there is Yogatique studio near Asoke station, good and cheap prices, easy to get to.

Nooch Chy , Bangkok, THA, 3 months ago

I will send you a message about yoga place near MRT. check your message box

Maïa and Flo , Phnom Penh, KHM, 3 months ago

I would be interested by your message as well!
Do you know what type of yoga they do? I am looking for ashtanga yoga. Do you know a place where to practice in Bangkok?
Thanks for your answer!!

Sze Ting Po, Hong Kong, HKG, about 2 months ago

decided not to go ( sorry, i don't know why it didn't show the remaining sentence) . =( sorry for making you guys worry .

Thanks you guys are so nice

Weeraya S , Bangkok, THA, about 2 months ago

If you come to visit Thailand, i welcome to help you if you want

Sam Sameer , Bangkok, THA, about 2 months ago

I can't read your message... she just di....

Did you mean die???


Anyway, tell me what you need, please.

Cheers, Sam.

James Reinnoldt , Bangkok, THA, about 2 months ago

anything to help with?

Evelyn, Silang, Cavite, PHL, 3 months ago

Hello everybody! I will be in Bangkok next month for a work related trip but spared about 2 days for climbing/trekking. Is there any mountain which is short drive away from the Bangkok?
Or is there anyone who has plans of climbing a nearby mountain.
Thanks for your help.

Evelyn , Silang, Cavite, PHL, 3 months ago

Hi Apirada! Thanks for the information.

Rutto Thongtit , Bangkok, THA, 3 months ago

What a pity !
I just went both of them last week.
You can reach Kanchanaburi by both of public transport bus and train but it's not convenient as each tourist attraction is quite far away. 3hours by car and 5hours by train.

Khao Yai, you need a car to reach. I never see public transportation going there. May be have but I don't know .

I like Khao Yai more tho , modern and nice park

Yossiri Yossatorn , Bangkok, THA, 3 months ago

You may consider going Kanchanaburi as other two said. It's not too far and easy to reach. You can take a van service from history monument.
Let me know if I can be any further help