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  1. Youngone

    Soi 11 Hotels

    I've stayed there many times and have always found it good value for money. Rooms are spacious, beds large and extremely comfortable, bathrooms adequate. Below some pics of the room featuring Ming as a willing participant to brighten it up a little If I stay in the soi 11 area my preferred hotel nowadays is Fraser Suites. Large modern rooms, decent swimming pool, great rooftop bar (Above 11) for only a little bit more money than the likes of Mercure.
  2. Thanks

    Re entry question

    No problem then: https://www.thaiembassy.com/thailand/changes-visa-exempt.php "Holders of normal passports of the following countries are granted visa-free travel to Thailand for a period of up to 30 days. The exemption is granted at most twice in a calendar year when entering over land or via a sea border but there is no limitation when entering by air."
  3. Chuvit Garden on Sukhumvit Soi 10, close to Check-in Bar, has come to life again. Since 30 May 2019 you can find the Art Box there. Art Box will be in Chuvit Garden until 30 November 2019. They’re open every day from 3pm to midnight. The Art Box is a mix of outdoor night market, live music venue and food and craft beer places. One can eat and drink there before going to CIB for example... After the demolition of Washington Square with its makeshift gogo bars and other girlie bars in 2003, Chuvit garden became first a public park but was finally closed a couple of years ago. The former owner wanted to build a ****hotel there but then dropped those plans... Thanks :-)
  4. OneTrueSaxon

    Soi 11 Hotels

    You’d have never have got me in there in the old days I remember they had Man Utd napkins in the restaurant.
  5. Youngone

    The 5th capital sin...

    Considering 6 months had passed since our last culinary excursion to Le Normandie, Shyguyuk and I decided last week that it was high time to once again make our way to the Oriental Hotel and indulge in Le Normandie's 8 course Menu Gastronomique accompanied by a Wine Arrangement. I'll let the pics speak for themselves, save to say I needed a nap after this lunch!
  6. bigtimetslover

    Middle East eats

    This place is excellent for cheap “eat on the side of the road goodness”. Get a kick out of watching the Arab families come and go from the Grace Hotel across the street while scarfing down several shawarma sandwiches. Has been a standby of mine for almost 10 years. You can thank me later Mahmoud's Shawarma 7 Sukhumvit Rd, Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand +66 86 078 2166 https://goo.gl/maps/PwXB7SJesa787LSC7 Nadimos is also excellent but none of the two locations in BKK are walking distance from Nana.
  7. ...thats the story of my life Taas! SAG
  8. Hey Taas Wandering slightly off topic - one of the benefits of living in the third world is that lung torpedoes can still be purchased for less than USD 1, which shows how much sin tax you are paying in the UK! Regarding the illegality of vaping in Thailand, I wonder if its a coincidence that it is rumoured that the Thai Minister of Health owns a substantial shareholding in the cigarette importing monopoly? TIT after all! Cheers SAG
  9. Edisto

    Soi 11 Hotels

    I always stay at the Salil on Soi 11. Always book a Deluxe room on top floor. I keep an eye on the sales on Agoda or Expedia and book when the price is right. No pool. Small lobby. Guest friendly. If you take a LB up she will have to sign in but not GGs - they go right up with you unless they look like ice smoking trouble trash. Room is sizable enough with large bathroom, soaker tub and separate shower.
  10. oliver17

    Soi 11 Hotels

    I have stayed at Citrus 11 a few times and can recommend that one along with OneTrueSaxon. If you can, you should spring for one of their suite rooms. It's not much more than a regular room and the suites have 2 full bathrooms, which comes in very handy when you bring guests into your room. Last December, I stayed at Solitaire which is on Soi 11 where it veers off to Soi 13. This place is not bad and the rooms have gigantic beds - larger than king size and I had never come across them before. You can easily sleep with 3 ladyboys in one bed if you need. The restaurant is pretty lame, but that's no big deal because Soi 11 has many places to eat. Below is a thread on Solitaire - despite qualms, I would stay there again because of its location and value. Last but not least is Grand Swiss Hotel, which I really like. It's a Compass property like the various Citrus hotels and every one of their places offer a lot of bang for the buck. Below is a review I wrote a few years ago. If you read it all the way through you will come across a little treat at the end, 555. Hope this helps and good luck.
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  12. That site had been said was leased/bought by Land&House PLC (Centrepoint, Terminal 21 owners). Presumably sub let it while the lengthy environmental impact studies get done (yes apparently they do them, not that there is much evidence of it). Good idea to bring bit life back to that area.
  13. The #1 spirit in Bangkok is SangSom I was told recently. In most farang bars in Bangkok the only local spirit you get is SangSom. But I've bought a small bottle (350ml) of Mekhong (and one Hong Thong) recently at a 7-Eleven in Bangkok as a souvenir (less than 300 B for both). I think Mekhong is more popular in Isaan? Nevertheless I'm drinking a shot of SangSom right now as I am writing this to your health Taas - and after that another one to the other BMs as well... I've tried Thai cigarettes once but though the price was ridiculously low, the awful cigarette packs keep me as a light smoker away from buying more... At the airport or other places where I could annoy non-smoking people I don't smoke at all...
  14. kdfan

    Soi 11 Hotels

    I stayed at the holiday inn express at the end and it was ok. Room bed. Bathroom were all good. I had the AC so cold it was almost snowing. Only complaint was the breakfast, that is absolute garbage
  15. SAGuy

    Soi 11 Hotels

    The alternative short cut from Citrus Suites would be to take the side soi by the Holiday Inn Express, which joins up with Soi 13. There's also a side soi connecting the Ambassador Hotel to soi 13. Soi 13 is a bit dark at night down towards the bottom end, but it also has a lot less traffic than soi 11 and takes you out to Sukhumvit by Margarita Storm, which is almost opposite CIB and you can access the other side of Sukhumvit via the overpass near to Holly's Coffee Shop. WN Bar is about a 5 minutes brisk walk from there also. A top tip for walking to WN Bar is to take the elevated walkway that connects from Robinson all of the way through to Terminal 21 and then past Soi 21. This has the advantages of being a covered walkway and you also avoid the traffic lights of the Asok intersection. Cheers SAG
  16. OneTrueSaxon

    Soi 11 Hotels

    One reason I like Citrus 11 is you can cut out the long walk down Soi 11 by going down Soi 11 alley where Citrus is situated. I stayed at Le Fenix in 2009 and used the alley to get to Nana Plaza etc It may look far but a lot less traffic and once you get in to Soi 3 there are wider pavements with less people. Much quicker in my opinion. Their is a short cut to Soi 7 and 7/1 from Soi 11 by Raintree Massage Palour where you cut through the car park. Gates usually closed after midnight though.
  17. Ah ha. Thanks for the explanation Ropey. That all makes sense now. But what would make the most sense is if you could use the 1 card across all 3 networks! Cheers and thanks for the in-country intel, much appreciated. SAG
  18. This is because the BTS rabbit card is (as of this year) now able to be used as a payment card for other goods and services, therefore is treated like a bank debit card and comes under anti money laundering legislation, while the MRT doesnt have this capability so doesn't require the ID by law.
  19. mespicy

    Soi 11 Hotels

    I get that and how the tables have turned with them now playing catch up .
  20. taaseesanuk

    Soi 11 Hotels

    As you do..somethings are a must!
  21. Mp85

    Soi 11 Hotels

    Yes quoted the wrong post lol. Yes makes the stagger home easy
  22. OneTrueSaxon

    Soi 11 Hotels

    Me neither. I was meaning so I could watch the matches
  23. Mp85

    Soi 11 Hotels

    Never a problem for me, as I’m never in the room before 4am most nights
  24. taaseesanuk

    Free Hospitals ?

    I don't know your age Knobby but that blood pressure and pulse is pretty damn good! If, and as you say, you eat well and exercise I would suggest there is not much else to worry about. As I said before, there will always be something to bite us on the arse and cause our demise so live for now! Get yourself a nice chicken green curry and a chang and have a think about who to bar fine tonight!
  25. Youngone

    The 5th capital sin...

    No updates to this thread for a while so high time for some new pics For the Ramen lovers amongst you I can wholeheartedly recommend Mensho Tokyo, located on the corner of Sukhumvit road and soi 31. I had the Tori Taipan: a very rich chicken broth, pork chashu, duck chashu, green onion, marinated egg and lemon grass. Outstanding and at 320b not bad value either!


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