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My boyfriend and 1 stay one week in bangkok, we've seen the touristic stuff, what can we do? Were to sleep? What part of town? Midrange.

Location

City: Bangkok

Province: Krung Thep

Country: Thailand

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I would look for a place to stay out of the big city of Bangkok. Try this site also to ask some questions "". This and that site are very good. I live in the provence of Nonthaburi there are hotels here usually used by mostly Thai's. The prices are lower (Thai price). Also, look for B&B's out of the big city. Transportation is safe and easy (really). Don't let the scary tales make your decision. Don't use the taxi's infront the big hotel's and the tourist traps in downtown bangkok. Watch your passports and wallets etc. Use common sense. I'm available to help out. I'm easy to track down. I like the "Rough Guide" & "Lonely Planet" the most.
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You really have provided no information about what you like and what kind of things you like to do, so it's kind of tough to give you clear directions, but here's a few thoughts:
I would suggest that you stay at the Shanghai Inn in Chinatown. really funky little place, moderately priced near to local markets and an old part of Bangkok.
Second: go to a Thai Premier Leqague football match.
Third: go check out some of the large Thai-style nightclubs that hold 3,000 people with great food and drinks. Most on Ratchadapisek Road. Ask the concierge for which are the most poplar at present.
Fourth: Play golf, if it's your thing. Try Thana City GC - close to town and reasonable rate.
Fifth: take the river boat from Taksin Station, get off an any stop, explore the neighbourhood, then continue.
Sixth: hit Chatuchak market on the weekend - go early (9am)
Seventh: splurge and go to the Sunday Brunch at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit
Eighth: Hit O'Reilly's Pub on the corner of Silom at Thaniya on Friday night - Beatle tribute band The Better play there from 9:30 and they;'re fun.
Ninth: Go to a cafe like Au Bon Pain - many branches - or other and pick up BK magazine, which lists what's on for the week. Find some ideas there.
That's a start - I'm sure there will be many other suggestions here.
You really have provided no information about what you like and what kind of things you like to do, so it's kind of tough to give you clear directions, but here's a few thoughts:
I would suggest that you stay at the Shanghai Inn in Chinatown. really funky little place, moderately priced near to local markets and an old part of Bangkok.
Second: go to a Thai Premier Leqague football match.
Third: go check out some of the large Thai-style nightclubs that hold 3,000 people with great food and drinks. Most on Ratchadapisek Road. Ask the concierge for which are the most poplar at present.
Fourth: Play golf, if it's your thing. Try Thana City GC - close to town and reasonable rate.
Fifth: take the river boat from Taksin Station, get off an any stop, explore the neighbourhood, then continue.
Sixth: hit Chatuchak market on the weekend - go early (9am)
Seventh: splurge and go to the Sunday Brunch at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit
Eighth: Hit O'Reilly's Pub on the corner of Silom at Thaniya on Friday night - Beatle tribute band The Better play there from 9:30 and they;'re fun.
Ninth: Go to a cafe like Au Bon Pain - many branches - or other and pick up BK magazine, which lists what's on for the week. Find some ideas there.
That's a start - I'm sure there will be many other suggestions here.
It depents on your budget and what kind of hotel you like. If you can afford an expensive hotel, Bangkok Marriott resort&spa is recommended. If you prefer a budbet one, let's try . I work as an english speaking tour guide so it's wellcome to answer you for more questions.
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