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We stayed here for three nights - it was an adequate room but was not as nice as it had looked online. It ended up being fine for our purposes, as we spent little time in our room, but it was a bit of a...More
It's on a quiet walkable street but is still close to everything! There are lots of streets nearby that have a ton of food carts (ended up being one of the best meals we've had on our Thailand trip). There's also two thai massages places...More
I stayed in Sri Ayuttaya twice- this summer and 3 years ago. Despite the time passed the place remains exactly the same- calm, clean and very good value for money. I lived in a double air-conditioned room with a toilet, which isn't properly separated from...More
This guesthouse and Tavee are very good for their price (with shared bathroom) but they are a little far from the center.
Be careful, their buses are just a scam! They sold us a VIP for Koh Tao at 1100b. They picked up us at...More
The guest house is in a quiet street near to a major thoroughfare. It is quiet, clean and comfortable. There is a restaurant in the lobby.
A major road is 300 metres distant so you can catch a bus to Khao San Road easily; the...More
When wandering around the Dusit Palace grounds, you'd almost forget you're still in a Southeast-Asian city. The Renaissance-style buildings and leafy gardens wouldn't be out of place in an European capital, and the serenity here is in stark contrast with the chaotic city life outside of its complex walls. Dusit is one of Bangkok's oldest districts, and while the rest of Bangkok is modernising at a rapid pace, Dusit
seems to have stood the test of time. Come here to find family businesses in traditional shophouses, small-scale local markets and streets unfazed by modern city life.