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EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam -SHA Extra Plus

The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam -SHA Extra Plus

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(791 Reviews)
Such a good experience, stay in the middle of Pratunam. Near with shopping place such as Platinum, Central World, Big C etc. Various food in breakfast, good service. Want to back again
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Amari Bangkok

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(304 Reviews)
Very good service and best spot for shopping.
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ภาพหลัก Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

Siam, Pathum Wan
With a stay at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, you'll be centrally located in Bangkok, just a 5-minute walk from Siam Paragon Mall and 5 minutes by foot from Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World. This 5-star hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Siam Center and 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from CentralWorld Shopping Complex.
(77 Reviews)
Great hotel great location great service
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ภาพหลัก Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

Wireless Road, Pathum Wan
A stay at Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok places you in the heart of Bangkok, within a 5-minute drive of Lumphini Park and CentralWorld Shopping Complex. This 5-star hotel is 1.3 mi (2.2 km) from Siam Paragon Mall and 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Siam Center.
(12 Reviews)
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Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(4200 Reviews)
Love this hotel! Located in pratunam area which is very convenience to stroll around! Dont need to worry about to get hungry because this area got plenty local food street stall
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Exterior Novotel Bangkok Platinum Pratunam

Novotel Bangkok Platinum Pratunam

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(596 Reviews)
Good location. Clean. Big room.
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null The Quarter Chaophraya by UHG

The Quarter Chaophraya by UHG

Bangkok Riverside, Bangkok
(61 Reviews)
The hotel locates very close to the Iconsiam shopping mall. But the alley is relatively small, and the atmosphere is not good, still not manageable by the hotel. The check-in process was fast, but the staff did not show me much of the facilities. I guess he told me to explore the hotel myself because he was busy, as I assumed. But, at least, he walked me to the room as he was supposed to. My room was out of the Riverview, which is understandable because I booked the cheapest one. But it was spacious and quite well-decorated. The beds were so comfortable and pleasant. Unfortunately, they did not provide the body lotion as amenities, and the shower water was not as strong as I expected. The pool was great even though some areas were not so pleasant since it was in front of the pool-access rooms. Still, it was beautiful with all the architectural buildings and light decorations. The construction is still under process in some areas of the hotel, which could make some noise during the day. It was not that bad during my stay. Breakfast is not so impressive, food choice is okay, but the taste and the quality could be improved. The croissant is not of good quality, including dim sum and sausage.
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LOBBY Grand Diamond Suites Hotel

Grand Diamond Suites Hotel

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(1072 Reviews)
highly recommended! great location for shopping and food-trips.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Vince Hotel Pratunam

Vince Hotel Pratunam

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(941 Reviews)
We stayed here for 5 nites, it is a nice & clean & quite new hotel, breakfast were excellent, staffs are helpful, There is a buggy service to front of alley, eager to stay here again on our next trip to Bangkok.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Arnoma Grand Bangkok (SHA Plus+)

Arnoma Grand Bangkok (SHA Plus+)

Ratchaprasong Junction, Siam
(600 Reviews)
Good location for shopping around this area, friendly and very helpful staff.
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SWIMMING_POOL Centre Point Pratunam

Centre Point Pratunam

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(914 Reviews)
My 2nd time staying at this hotel. Strategic location with friendly staffs and clean beds. Perfect for shopping queens looking for a comfortable stay!
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Asia Hotel Bangkok

Thanon Phetchaburi, Ratchathewi
(2463 Reviews)
Great location and direct link to Bts Station, polite and helpful reception & concierge, clean room with cold air cond, very near to two 7-eleven and food stalls. Clean swimming pool and gym. I will truly come back.
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BEDROOM First House Hotel

First House Hotel

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(2422 Reviews)
Great locations for those who loves shopping till you drop, Hotel surrounded by famous shopping destinations, i.e. Platinum shopping mall, Big C, Pratunam Market, Neon Night Market. Conveniently walking distance to those areas. Room is okay, but clean, and staff are very friendly and helpful. I didn't try the food, but according to our friends, breakfast selection is not so bad.. will definitely comeback to stay here on my future trip to Bangkok. Thank you
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BEDROOM Khurana Inn

Khurana Inn

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(175 Reviews)
The room is spacious and clean. The shower water is great. Location and night market. Feel happy and definitely will come back. Worth for money.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Patra Boutique Hotel

Patra Boutique Hotel

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(1205 Reviews)
Standard place but the people’s are very nice, helpful, kind, polite. Top for them! 👍
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BEDROOM Klub Hotel

Klub Hotel

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(361 Reviews)
Good location, great staff, nice and helpful, will absolutely visit again. Breakfast is good.
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LOBBY Leela Orchid Hotel (SHA Certified)

Leela Orchid Hotel (SHA Certified)

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(1225 Reviews)
The room quite small but extraordinary clean and comfortable. it has big and nice bathroom though. The location is very close to many shopping malls and pratunam market. I would say it's a great 3 stars hotel in bangkok.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Pratunam Atrium Hotel

Pratunam Atrium Hotel

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(88 Reviews)
this hotel is freshly opened on end of Nov 2019. it's located in strategic district. location: near market, shopping malls, BTS, easy to find. staff: receptionist can speak English well, well mannered. facilities: tv is good, AC is good, Wifi is really good, refrigerator for fresh fruit and drinks, there is airport transport facilities (on request). so far, I really enjoyed this hotel. really satisfied.
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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Theme Boutique Hotel

Theme Boutique Hotel

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(157 Reviews)
I really like my stay, there are very friendly. it does feels like home. near from everywhere. cant wait to stay back, thank you Mrs Nui and friend that take care of us really well. love you to the moon and back. wait me yaa
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LOBBY Royal Asia Hotel Pratunam

Royal Asia Hotel Pratunam

Pratunam, Ratchathewi
(107 Reviews)
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Facts about Thailand

Total Accommodation
27,236 Properties
Popular Region
Chiang Mai, Kanchanaburi
Popular Hotel
The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam -SHA Extra Plus, Amari Bangkok

Guest reviews in Thailand

2,012,336 reviews from hotels in Thailand with aggregated rating of 8.4/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Thailand will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
yuliana d. a.
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5 Sep 2023
Come for holiday, and they give nice room and cake as well. All the staff very helpful, and the hotel well maintain.
Luu N. X.
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29 Aug 2023
Service good, have breakfast.
Dhivakar s.
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17 Aug 2023
It 's far from city and room can be much cleaner.
Kennard K.
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8 Jul 2023
Very generous hotel with an affordable price! The room are clean, quite spacious, the only problem was the positioning of the lamp (hangin in front of the only big mirror in my room). They give free popcorns and drinks to their guest for free, and my family really loves it. The receptionist are great too, we have such a wonderful experience staying in this hotel.
Fatjrian F.
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10 May 2023
AC not work properly.
Chayan C.
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8 Nov 2022
The room is OK, but its wall is very thin. So I can hear every words from all direction, even from the neighbors house.
Anny L.
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23 Aug 2023
The receptionist is not willing to service. Bathroom floor so slip.
Nat R.
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22 Aug 2023
The water is very weak, There are 2 building. 1. As show as picture. 2. B wing far from 1. About 250 m. Have to drive can't walk to B wing building.

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Thailand is located in South-East Asia. It is bordered by Laos, Cambodia and Burma. Thailand’s total area is approximately 514,000 km2, divided into 76 provinces.

Thailand is an exotic country. It shows a beautiful mixture of Thai and western culture. You can see skyscrapers and Buddhist temples stand side by side in Thailand’s major cities.

Thai people are friendly to visitors. They are mostly Buddhist, while the rest are Moslem, Christian and Hindu. Most of them are Thai ethnicity, while the rest are Chinese, Indian, Malay, etc.

Main areas in Thailand

Thailand is divided into five main areas: Northern Thailand, Central Thailand, Southern Thailand, Eastern Thailand and Northeast Thailand.

Some of the major cities are:


The capital city, Bangkok, is the largest city in Thailand. It is one of the world’s best tourist destinations cities, with millions visitors each year. Many visitors come to see the spectacular Bangkok’s nightlife, taste its delicious street foods and enjoy Thai massage.

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is one of the most modern cities in Thailand. It offers the beauty of contrast between Thai and western culture. You can see hundreds of temples, lots of condominiums and malls, surrounded by lush mountains scenery.

Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai is located 200 kilometers or 5 hours driving from Chiang Mai. The city is not as crowded as Chiang Mai and famous for its spicy food.


It is located 76 kilometers in the northern of Bangkok. Ayutthaya was Thailand’s capital city before being destroyed by the Burmese. The city was never built again and UNESCO declared it as a World Heritage Site in 1991.


Known as “The Pearl of The Andaman Sea”, Phuket is the most beautiful popular island in Thailand. Phuket boast its famous beaches and joyous nightlife.


Pattaya is located in the eastern gulf of Thailand, about 100 kilometers from Bangkok. Besides its stunning beaches, the city is famous for its nightlife and the ladyboy cabaret.

History of Thailand

Formerly known as Siam, the country now has a lot of names; Thailand, Mueang Thai and Ratcha Anachak Thai.

Thailand is the only Southeast Asian country that has never been colonized by the Europeans. On 24 June 1932, Thai government has changed from absolute monarchy to constitutional monarchy. The first constitution was signed by King Prajadhipok on 10 December 1932.

Thailand currency

Thailand’s currency is called Thai baht (THB).

How to get there

There are several ways to go to Thailand:

By plane

From abroad, you can go to Thailand through these six international airports:

  • Suvarnabhumi (BKK) in Bangkok
  • Don Muang (DMK) in Bangkok
  • Chiang Mai (CNX) in Chiang Mai
  • Hat Yai (HDY) in Hat Yai
  • Chiang Rai (CEI) in Chiang Rai
  • Pukhet (HKT) in Phuket

Suvarnabhumi International Airport is the largest airport across the country and the popular gateway for visitors. It is located in Samut Prakan, 40 minutes driving from Bangkok.

Airport facilities:

  • Luggage care
  • Money changer
  • Tourist information
  • Post and telecommunication offices
  • Free WiFi
  • Internet café
  • Electric car service (Buggy)
  • Prayer room
  • Smoking area
  • Disabled toilets and other facilities for the elderly

Transportation to and from Suvarnabhumi International Airport


Taxi stands are located on first floor of Passenger Terminal, at gate 4 and 7. If you choose a metered taxi, you have to add THB 50 as a driver’s tip.

Airport Rail Link

Airport Rail Link serves routes between Suvarnabhumi International Airport and Phaya Thai Station with six stops including:

  • Rajaprarop Station
  • Makkasan Station
  • Ramkhanhaeng Station
  • Hua Maak Station
  • Tubchang Station
  • Lardkrabang Station

It takes around 30 minutes to go to Lardkrabang Station from Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

Fares start from THB 15 to THB 45 baht.

The Express Lines are also available at:

  • Suvarnabhumi Airport Express – Makkasan (Makkasan Express Line)

It takes around 15 minutes to go to Makkasan Station from Suvarnahbhumi International Airport.


One way: THB 90

Round-trip: THB 150 

  • Suvarnabhumi Airport Express – Phaya Thai (Phaya Thai Express Line)

It takes around 17 minutes to go to Phaya Thai Station from Suvarnabhumi International Airport.


One way: THB 90

Round-trip: THB 150


BMTA and Bor Khor Sor Bus operate to and from Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The two serve different routes.

Several routes passed by Bor Khor Sor:

  • 389 Suvarnabhumi Airport - Leamchabang – Pattaya
  • 390 Suvarnabhumi Airport - Chachoengsau - Rongklua Market
  • 825 Suvarnabhumi Airport - Nakhonratchasima – Khonkhaen – Udonthani –Nongkhai

Fares depend on distance.

Departure hours: 05:40 – 21:00

Several routes passed by BMTA:

  • 550 Suvarnabhumi Airport - Happy Land
  • 555 Suvarnabhumi Airport - Rangsit
  • 558 Suvarnabhumi Airport - Samae Dam Garage

Fares start from THB 24 to THB 35.

Departure hours: depends on destinations.

(Prices may change at any time)

By land transportation

You can go to Thailand by bus or train directly from Cambodia, Laos and Burma.

By boat

From Indonesia, there is a ferry trip from Padang to Phuket. It is available only from November to May, passing through these islands:

  • Ko Phi Phi
  • Ko Lanta
  • Ko Ngai
  • Ko Muk
  • Ko Bulon
  • Ko Lipe
  • Langkawi
  • Penang

The journey takes around 5 days.

Visa to Thailand

Visitors who come to Thailand for business, investment, medical treatment, study or work must apply for visa through Royal Thai Embassy or Royal Thai Consulate-General.

For a short visit, Thailand has a visa-free policy. It allows visitors from 52 countries, with maximum 30 days if they come through the international airport and maximum 15 days if they come through land border.

Thailand also allows Visa on Arrival for 19 countries with the following requirements:

  • The visit is surely for tourism purposes.
  • Visitor must possess a return ticket within 15 or maximum 30 days after arrival.
  • Visitor must prove that he/she has minimum THB 10,000 funds per person or THB 20,000 per family.

Visa on Arrival costs THB 1,000 per person.

List of countries that require Visa on Arrival:

  • Bhutan
  • China
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Estonia
  • Hungary
  • India
  • Kazakhstan
  • Latvia
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Maldives
  • Mauritius
  • Poland
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Taiwan
  • Ukraine

Public Transportation in Thailand

There are various public transportations that is normally used in Thailand:


Thailand has no bus stops. You can get on and off anywhere, as long as you pay for your ride. 


Metered taxi can be found only in Bangkok. In other cities, taxi fare depends on agreement. If you use share taxi, the fare is equally divided among the passengers.

Motorcycle taxi

Motorcycle taxi or mor-deu-sai ráp jâng in Thai is the best choice for short distance ride. It can be found easily at the crossroads. The drivers wear numbered t-shirt, easier to be identified.

Tuk tuk

Tuk tuk is similar to bajaj in Indonesia, but with slightly larger size and more comfortable seats. It can be found easily all over Thailand. Tuk tuk is used sometimes to pick up visitors from or to the hotel.

Weather in Thailand

Thailand’s weather tends to be warm and humid, similar to other Southeast Asian regions. Thailand has three seasons:

  • Hot season (March – May)
  • Rainy season (June – October)
  • Cool season (November – February)

The average temperature is 19-38 degrees Celsius. The best time to come to Thailand is around November until May.

Language used in Thailand

Thai is the official language of Thailand, but 82% of population speaks in regional dialects. Other languages such as Malay, Lao and Khmer are also spoken in several provinces.

Tourist attraction in Thailand

These are several tourist attractions in Thailand:

Madame Tussauds Bangkok

Madame Tussauds Bangkok is one of the famous Madame Tussauds museums in the world.

Entrance fee: THB 800

Opening hours: 10:00 – 21:00

Siam Ocean World

Siam Ocean Worl

is one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia. The main aquarium is as big as three Olympic-size swimming pools. Siam Ocean World has more than 30,000 marine biotas.

Entrance fee: THB 1100

Opening hours: 10:00 – 21:00 (last entry at 20:00)


(Prices may change at any time)

Phi Phi Island

No one can ignore the beauty of Phi Phi Island. It is located in Phuket and it will look like it appears from the sea if you come by boat.

Cultural tourist attractions in Thailand

These are some of the cultural tourist attractions in Thailand:

Grand Palace

Grand Palace functioned as the kings’ residence. Now, the palace is used for ceremonies. You can see the sacred Buddha statue or visit Wat Phra Kaew, the most sacred temple in Thailand, inside the palace area.

Please dress properly when you visit Grand Palace.

Entrance fee: THB 500

Wat Arun

Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn is located in the west bank of Chao Praya River. Contrary to its name, Wat Arun looks the most beautiful at sunset. You must see the temple’s stunning silhouette on the horizon from across the river. Entrance fee: THB 30

Opening hours: 08:30 – 17:30

(Prices may change at any time)

Big Buddha

There is a Giant Buddha statue as high as 45 meters sitting on Nakkerd Hill, Phuket. The statue is covered by sparkling white marble considered as a symbol of hopes.

Culinary in Thailand

Thailand’s culinary is famous for its sour and spicy taste.

These are some recommended culinary in Thailand:

Tom Yam

Tom yam is a clear, sour and spicy soup. Tom yang kung (with seafood ingredients) is the most popular. The second popular is tom yam nam khon, with milk or coconut milk added.

Pad Thai

Pad Thai is fried rice vermicelli seasoned with tamarind, dried shrimp, red pepper, brown sugar, and garlic. It is often mixed with vegetables, seafood or chicken.

Thai Tea

Thai tea is the most popular beverage, easily be found anywhere in Thailand. It is made from black tea, sweetened condensed milk and sugar. Thai tea is best served with ice.

Red Ruby

Red ruby is a Thai dessert consisting of pearl sago, water chestnut and jackfruit. It is similar to “es campur” in Indonesia, but with coconut milk added. You can neutralize the spicy flavors of Thai food by having red ruby after meal.

Travel Tips in Thailand

  • If you’re a backpacker, come to Khaosan Road, Bangkok. This area has many cheap hotels, spectacular nightclubs and delicious street foods.
  • If you plan to visit both Madame Tussauds and Siam Ocean Park in Bangkok, you better buy a combo ticket with 30% discount. Buying the tickets online is usually cheaper
  • If you like martial arts, you can try Thai Boxing or Muay Thai. Sasiprapa Gym in Bangkok offers practice session for tourist.
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