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Amara Bangkok - Bangkok Hotels
AU$158

Amara Bangkok

180/1 Surawong Road, Sipraya, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Clean hotel, good area, good price $80aus"
Clean hotel, good staff, great rooftop pool, good food
Traveller from F
alt hotel nana - Bangkok Hotels
AU$125

alt hotel nana

222 Sukhumvit Soi 4, Bangkok - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (217 reviews)
Mandarin Hotel Managed by Centre Point - Bangkok Hotels
AU$189

Mandarin Hotel Managed by Centre Point

662 Rama IV Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (799 reviews)
Montien Hotel Bangkok - Bangkok Hotels

Montien Hotel Bangkok

54 Surawongse Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
" Nice hotel close to markets "
Very nice hotel but a little outdated had to line up at the front desk every time I needed to speak to someone but in a good location
Traveller from Gold Coast Queensland
The Tawana Bangkok - Bangkok Hotels

The Tawana Bangkok

80 Suranwongse Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"Close to Central Retail District"
Lovely hotel in a very convenient position to BTR and retail district. Our room was spacious, beautiful king size bed and nice and quiet. We didn't get to eat in the hotel, but found time to enjoy a swim in the pool. Free parking was a real benefit for us on this particular trip.
A Traveller
The Siam Heritage Boutique Suites - Bangkok Hotels
AU$121

The Siam Heritage Boutique Suites

115/1 Surawong Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (396 reviews)
New Siam Riverside - Bangkok Hotels

New Siam Riverside

21 Phra-A-Thit Road, Bangkok - Map
 
 
lebua at State Tower - Bangkok Hotels
AU$476

lebua at State Tower

1055 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"One of the best hotels we have ever stayed at"
Staff were the best, 3 people to do every job, all spoke great English, Great location,
Traveller from Australia
In Silom Road, this hotel is in the epicenter of shopping and entertainment districts, and in 500 meters (0.3 miles) of …More
Pathumwan Princess Hotel - Bangkok Hotels
AU$180

Pathumwan Princess Hotel

444 MBK Center, Phayathai Rd., Wangmai, Bangkok - Map
 
 
"One night only"
Close to shopping. Staff were great with advice and helping with taxi's. Nice pool. Didn't have a meal there so can't comment
Traveller from Christchurch, New Zealand
Vince Hotel Pratunam - Bangkok Hotels
AU$152

Vince Hotel Pratunam

26/2 Alley 2, Petchaburi 11, Bangkok - Map
 
 

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    Pocket Guide: Bangkok

    Our Bangkok accommodation is the perfect base to experience all the city's colour and culture. Thailand was never colonised and thus kept its unique culture and heritage intact and this is especially evident at the city's 400 Buddhist temples. There are three principal temples in Bangkok, Wat Ratchaburana, Wat Ratchapradit and Wat Mahathat. However, it is worth taking a trip outside the main city to visit Wat Arun and the Grand Palace, located on opposite banks of the Chao Phraya River, at Thon Buri. Wat Arun, also known as the Temple of the Dawn, contains five prangs, or towers, covered in thousands of pieces of multicoloured Chinese porcelain. The Grand Palace is not to be missed and the complex also contains the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.

    Bangkok is surely a shopper's paradise, and our Bangkok accommodation is the perfect base for all your shopping adventures. While Bangkok department stores have fixed prices, most shops and market stalls expect customers to barter and depending on your skill and the shopkeeper's mood, prices can be reduced 10 to 40 percent. When bartering keep in mind that Thais admire good manners and a sense of humour. If you are after a bargain and want to experience the local colour of a Bangkok market visit the Chatuchak Weekend Markets open every Saturday and Sunday, with 9000 stalls selling everything from handicrafts and traditional Thai musical instruments to clothing and shoes.

    While staying in one of our Bangkok hotels, soak up local culture by visiting Siam Niramit cultural theme complex, which offers an 80 minute performance featuring three stories of Thailand's heritage. Or visit Lumpini Stadium Rama IV, to see a Muay Thai (Thai kick boxing) match. Or take a cruise along the canals, also known as klongs, and experience the different way of life of the klong dwellers. Or, finally, see the impressive barges used in the Royal river processions at the Royal Barge Museum. The most impressive and important boat on display is the King's personal barge, built in 1911 from a single tree, it is 46 m long and covered with intricate gilt carvings and colourful pieces of glass.

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