Travel to Bangkok

By: diyanti

Apr 22 2009

Category: Diyanti's Journey

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When I visit to bangkok , I  only has 3 days to explore Bangkok City,

fortunately I meet my Friend from bangkok Office Mr Danai Pratombon (spelling not right  so sorry) and Ms Unyarat Boonsakuldech

so They spend their time during attending meeting in Bangkok Office. With me , actually they be my private guide. Thanks Danai, Thanks Linh. When you visit Jakarta, I will take you around the city too.

 

Accomodation

Talking about Hotel , my hotel in Bangkok, locally known as Krung Thep which means the City of Angels, is a fascinating travel destination, frequented by millions of visitors from all over the world. The capital city of Thailand, Bangkok is also the most important travel hub for whole of the South East Asia. Bangkok represents a fine blend of tradition and modernity. Visitors would appreciate its modern skyscrapers, luxurious hotels and shopping malls, along with the traditional Thai culture that still has its own charm. There are plenty of things to see and do in Bangkok, as the city boasts impressive temples, museums, colorful markets, as well as plenty of bars, nightclubs and cinemas. Bangkok offers its visitors a fine choice of accommodation options, ranging from luxury hotels, business hotels, to budget hotels. Bangkok hotels offer world-class facilities and services with a fine touch of traditional Thai hospitality. Hotels in Sukumvit, Silom, and Siam are popular among tourists, as they are situated along the Sky Train route. For budget travelers, hotels in Khaosan area promise to be good choice.

 

we leave at Hotel in MBK shopping center, it caleed Pathumwan Princess

see http://pprincess.com/reservation/reservation.aspx

444 MBK Center,

Phayathai Rd., Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

we just need  take 5 minutes to Night market “

The place that you should visit in bangkok is :chat tu cak market

 

Opposite the ever-youthful Siam Square, the entire area pulsates with energy and creativity. The Pathumwan Princess Hotel is also close to the historical Chulalongkorn University, Siam Paragon, Skytrain Station, short stop to Gaysorn Plaza and everyones favorite department store at Central Chidlom.

 

Its central location is enhanced with the launching of the first phase of the Bangkok Transit Skytrain System. Now, more than ever, visitors can hop on the skytrain and within minutes, get to other shopping sections, like Sukhumvit, Silom, Central World Plaza and the vibrant Chatuchak Market. Business sectors, banking institutions, embassies and major tourist attractions are also within easy access. Commuting to and from Suvarnabhumi International Airport takes only a mere thirty to forty minutes

 

 

Transportation

Only takes 2 hour from Soekarno Hatta airport to Bangkok airport.

then time in bangkok same with jakarta. we can use taxy from airport.

using highway road so only 45 minutes arrive at Hotel.

the tarvel so smoothly.

3 comments on “Travel to Bangkok”

  1. Great post! I like this blog and good article also.

  2. Nice post, good info. Did you know that there is also a new train in Bangkok that travels from the airport to the city?

    http://www.globaltravelmate.com/asia/thailand/bangkok/bangkok-transport/419-airport-rail-link.html

    • really ?

      thats great news, perhaps next year I will take my family to bangkok and Pattaya
      with backpacker style .

      could you give me more detail information related that train and budget Hotel nearest.

      Thanks


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