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  2. Bwana_LB

    Pulse Clinic - ASOK!

    Yes. It's their HQ clinic.
  3. Yesterday
  4. Knobby

    So far,so good,so what?

    Update, I asked at my 1-night hotel what to do with the ATK 5t day test result. I was told if the morchana app didn't work to e mail them the result and they would do it for me. So, that's what I did and they uploaded it for me.
  5. Knobby

    Pulse Clinic - ASOK!

    Is this clinic still there?
  6. Knobby

    Some Recommendations Please

    Ok thanks, I will look into that
  7. Last week
  8. scot56

    Hotel location

    Thanks for all the replies. Great information.
  9. oliver17

    Hotel location

    I have stayed at Legacy Suites before. It's about a 5 minute walk from Asoke station and they are LB friendly. Rooms at the hotel are similar to what you find at Adelphi suites or Pharchara. Soi 29 is very quiet with little traffic. The downside of staying on this Soi is the limited number of restaurants in the area. The hotel restaurant is pretty much pub food. There is a traditional Japanese place next door, but it really caters to Japanese only. It's a 5 or 8 minute walk to Terminal 21, which will give you some more dining options. There is a fun sports bar at the corner of Suk & Soi 29 that has cover bands and a party vibe. I took a couple of CIB LBs there before heading to the hotel and they both loved it. Next door to Legacy is the Mermaid Hotel. I have also stayed there. It's very similar to Legacy, the rooms are all suites. They have a great pool that gets plenty of sun, it's better than Legacy's pool. The restaurant at Mermaid is very limited, even the breakfast offerings are lame. Their rates usually run cheaper than Legacy and I think they offer more bang for the buck than Legacy. You might want to give them a look also.
  10. mespicy

    Hotel location

    I have stayed at Mercure great hotel good facilities good pool area and gym no hassle bringing guests in at any time i would definitely stay there again and probably more so with Cindys now being close by.
  11. Long John

    Hotel location

    I stayed at the Grand Business Inn. Booked a large suite. Was very good. Did not have chandeliers you could swing off, but impressed the girl.
  12. katana57

    Hotel location

    Soi 11 is a great location to stay.Right between Soi 7 and Soi 4,and near to the BTS station. Also, if you want a shortcut to Soi 13 you just go through the carpark at the Ambassador Hotel and it takes you to Soi 13. (Some excellent Indian Restaurants on Soi13,and cheap laundry services!)
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  14. smokedog

    Hotel location

    I will also be in BKK in July and staying again on soi 11. Mercure I have heard mostly good things about. I like soi 11 because it keeps me within a short train ride to Why nots and a short walk to Check in Bar. Now that Cindy's is on a small soi off of soi 11 I'm even more excited to stay on soi 11. @katana57 videos on soi's should help you make your final decision if you haven't already.
  15. katana57

    Hotel location

    Fair question,and gets asked a lot. How far will I have to walk back at the end of the night? I always recommend to watch this Youtuber's vids. on the Sukhumvit sois . You can see the real distance you'll have to walk from Sukhumvit to your hotel in real life. Soi 29 on this vid: Soi 11:
  16. scot56

    Hotel location

    Thanks ARI23
  17. naughtydog-bkk

    Some Recommendations Please

    Not sure where you consider “Sukhumvit area” but if you take the BTS to Chit Lom and go to CentralWorld there’s an OWNDAYS store there. Glasses are very cheap but excellent, they’ll do a free eye test and they’re ready to pick up in half an hour. Would absolutely recommend.
  18. ARI23

    Hotel location

    S15. Rodrigo made a thread about it.
  19. Ropey

    Some Recommendations Please

    I don't know much about these, but if you happen to be wanting to save money on glasses, Malaysia seems to be the best place, most people I know here who need glasses shop in Malaysia for them rather than Thailand.
  20. scot56

    Hotel location

    Arriving in bkk for the month of July. I usually take a hotel that is close to most of my nightly activities and near the skytrain. Dynasty Grande, Landmark, Dream etc. I am looking at Soi 11. Hotel 11 or the Mercure. Anyone have experience and information of these hotels? I have seen the hotel Legacy Suites Soi 29, on Booking.com with great rates and the facilities looks very good. Does anyone have experience of this hotel? Would it become a bit of a drag returning there early in the morning?
  21. katana57

    Some Recommendations Please

    Regarding the chiropractor ....Looked into it a bit back but never went.This Dr had some good reviews: https://www.drsambangkok.com
  22. I will be doing another Thai trip this year, trip number 2 in November. I hope to be doing more TLC so wonder if anybody can recommend any of the following in the Sukhumvit area, optician for an eye test and to supply new glasses chiropractor for joints and back chiropodist Thanks
  23. Cheers for the heads up, those questions are in there to try and foil spam bots, probably hasn't been updated in years, I'll look into it and get someone to fix it....
  24. Guys, regarding the question, when someone registers to the forum, about who is the president of the United States of America I have to say that even if I found out that you mean D. Trump I google it and guess what... He is not... https://www.google.com/search?q=president+of+the+united+states&oq=President+of+the+Uni&aqs=chrome.0.0i512j69i57j0i512l5j46i512j0i512l2.7652j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  25. Lotto

    S15.

    What date?
  26. I wonder since it's still early in their reopening if they just haven't got everything ironed out yet. My visit was about 3 days after the reopening. Many things I asked for off the menu they said they didn't have yet. So that was a bit disappointing. I'll go back again at some point later on, maybe give them time to settle in and hope things are better.
  27. I went for a bit of a walk last Sunday and was craving a sunday roast lunch. I thought I'd pop into bully's because I heard it wasn't bad. To my surprised they were closed at midday on a Sunday. Guess they're not seeking the "pub lunch" crowd. Obviously not a review, but I thought I'd mention. For the record I ended up going to Fitzgerald's and it was fantastic.
  28. I always loved Bully's, so I was sad to see it go when Covid hit. But just a few weeks ago I was reminiscing about it, and coincidently the very next day I saw an ad on FB saying they've reopened. So of course I had to drop by as soon as I could. The place is much smaller, but looks a more modern, It has a nice bright and clean look to it now. However I think the quality of some of my favorite dishes has gone down. I don't know if they have a new chef or what, but the burger is smaller, the chicken curry was bland, stir fried noodles was completely different and nowhere near as good. The only thing that seemed to stay the same were the buffalo wings, still good.
  29. Rodrigo

    S15.

    Stayed in soi 12 in December. Was walking to soi 16 for a Korean spa when I saw a most fuckable milf outside a massage. Generally the Thais don't age very well in my opinion. Anyone staying in S15 around mid May?
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