Khao San Road, Bangkok, Thailand

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Khao San Road

Bangkok, 10200 Thailand

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  • 3 mentions in Best neighborhoods in Bangkok?

    • Josh B.

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      Josh B. said, "...The two best places to stay would probably be Sukhumvit or Khao San Road. Khao San is going to be closer to the historic areas and is going to have lots of backpackers and nightlife/night markets. Sukhumvit is a bit nicer/cleaner and..." See More

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...Palace. Wat Suthat and The Giant Swingarea, surrounded by royal temples, monuments and local shop houses. Thanon Pra Arthit area, near Khao San Road Hotels: VILLA PHRA SUMEN BANGKOK HOTEL, Chern hotel, Inn a day for example. For urban, Ratchaprasong Junction and Sukhumvitarea..." See More

    • Juanjo N.

      Juanjo N. said, "...If you are looking for cheap accommodation, try Khao San Road...." See More

  • 3 mentions in How do we get from Bangkok to Koh Samui?

    • Thomas R.

      Thomas R. said, "...Hi Anita, the cheapest way is per nightbus from northern bus terminal or direct from one of the travel-agencies around Khao San Road or Soi Rambuttri. You should check the Lomprayah office at the Khao San. Prices are around 800-1200 depending to the..." See More

    • Steve J.

      Steve J. said, "...When I was there as a backpacker you could arrange transportation at any of the booking agents along Khao San Road in Bangkok. There are VIP busses which have fully reeling seats or you can take the train. The bus worked well for..." See More

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...the Southern Bus terminal. Check the website. PS. they provide air con bus with personal TV. Three is tourist bus at Khao San Road. Many agents there selling cheper bus tickets to Koh Samui but more seats and less comfort than Sombat..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Any tips for a single traveler?

    • Jen D.

      Jen D. said, "...I also recommend Khao San Road for your time in Bangkok. There are plenty of guesthouses and inexpensive hotels in the area. If you want to meet other travellers that's the place to do it. Be sure to visit the Grand Palace while..." See More

    • Michael T.

      Michael T. said, "...I'm not sure how long you'll be in Bangkok and what's your budget, but I suggest staying in Khao San Road for your first night. Since the area has a high volume of other experience travelers, you'll have no problem making new friends...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Nightlife in Bangkok

    • Rob W.

      Rob W. said, "...clubs if you’re looking drinks before a heading out in Sukhumvit area is Bangkok Beat : http://www.bangkok-beat.com/ - If you’re around Khao San Road area, the roof bar always has live acoustic music on, there are plenty of bars and clubs on Khao..." See More

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...the famous Soi CowBoy area, which is a red-light district, Patpong Night Bazaar Bangkok , which is another entertainment district, and Khao San Road, a short street filled with bars, some of which are open 24/7. They're fun and eye opening to..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Must sees/do's in Thailand?

    • Kate B.

      Kate B. said, "...MBK Center , Siam Paragon. It's easy to go by bts (skytrain) for nightlife. The most famous place in Bangkok is Khao San Road and Silom. If I can think of anymore than I will come back to answer again. ( sorry about..." See More

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...the bustling atmosphere. Shopping at Chatuchak Weekend Market, a lively market where a hundred of stalls waiting. Spending a night at Khao San Road for cheap booze. Notes: There are a dozen of nice hostels around Bangkok for your choice. Pick one of..." See More

  • 1 mention in Places to Visit in Bangkok

    • Duyen P.

      Duyen P. said, "...Wat Pho China Town Wat Traimit Wat Suthat and The Giant Swing Pratu Nam Market Wat Arun Temple of the Dawn Khao San Road Then, make your trip around the rural places as Bang Krachao, Ayutthaya When you are in Bangkok, take time..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do during 8 hour layover?

    • Andrea A.

      Andrea A. said, "...of The Emerald Buddha, Wat Pho, Wat Chana Songkhram, Temple of Dawn, Wat Benchamabopit Dusitwanaram Ratchaworawihan then get a massage on Khao San Road. SHEWA SPA (ชีวา สปา) is nice...." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to do near The Siam Hotel in Bangkok?

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...The Siam Hotelis located on non-touristy area, nearby attractions are old town and Khao San Road. But not within walking distance, should be take taxi to them. The hotel has boat taxi service and they might have good recommendation for their guests...." See More

  • 1 mention in Accomodation recommendations near Kao San Rd

    • Guilherme M.

      Guilherme M. said, "...There's a place in the best area around Khao San Road which is clean and safe but is not cheapest is around U$15. NEW SIAM GUEST HOUES- http://www.newsiam.net/ Some rooms have a locker. If not, they have another in the reception. I've there..." See More

  • 1 mention in Traveling solo in SEA

    • Hoyt M.

      Hoyt M. said, "...If you spend a little time in a bar or cafe on Khao San Road in Bangkok you'll meet a lot of great wanderers, and anywhere in downtown Chiang Mai too...." See More

  • 1 mention in Good restaurants and real experiences in Bangkok

    • Dennis J.

      Dennis J. said, "...the locals. But there's a lot of (tourist)places to go and visit, e.g. The Grand Palace, The Wat Saket (Golden Mount), Khao San Road, Muay Thai at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium etc. Have a good trip!..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is your favorite restaurant in Bangkok?

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...is reliable. http://bk.asia-city.com/restaurants/news/top-tables-2015-reveals-bangkok-top-109-restaurants For street food scene, go to Yaowarat Rdfor mouthwatering Thai-Chinese food. There are some delicious Thai food around Khao San Road. See crowded customers at the shops such as Daeng Kuay Chub Yuan, Roti Mataba at Pra Arthit Rd...." See More

  • 1 mention in Must-sees in Bangkok

    • Jennifer N.

      Jennifer N. said, "...Day 2: from 8.00 am, visiting Joke Samyan, Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit), Wat Suthat Thepwararam Ratchaworamahawihan, Wat Ratchanatda School (Loha Prasat), Khao San Road. For more detail, you can visit here http://www.justgola.com/plan/2-days-in-bkk-for-backpackers-14898..." See More

  • 1 mention in Suggestions for Activities for early 20s in Thailand?

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...around the islands in the southern region such as Koh Samui, Ko Tao Thailand, Ko Phi Phi Le, hang out at Khao San Road in Bangkok and go zip lining at Chiang Mai. A few early 20s travelers I've met, go meditation practice..." See More

  • 1 mention in Southeast Asia Itinerary Ideas for 3 Weeks?

    • Hoyt M.

      Hoyt M. said, "...AMEX plan (free 2nd night). Amazing hotel, views, spa AND breakfast buffet. Good location. Some activities:River ferryTemple of DawnReclining BuddhaGrand Palace Khao San Road (lots of x-pats, cool bars and restaurants)state tower rooftop bar/rest. (in hangover 2 movie). don't eat at the rest...." See More

  • 1 mention in Restaurants and beautiful things to see / do in Bangkok and Krabi, Thailand

    • Marli W.

      Marli W. said, "...go to Grand Palace , which is very nice but also very touristic. I would also recommend to go and see Khao San Road. It's a typical Thai street with a lot of restaurants, shops and bars. I didn't went to Krabi..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best foods to try at the street markets in Bangkok?

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...is ready to eat food arrays which will be served to you with steamed rice. FYI: Hawkers selling Pad Thai on Khao San Road are not real. They are not qualified to cook this delicious Thai food. The food are just poor fried..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best Neighbourhoods in Bangkok?

    • Emily V.

      Emily V. said, "...I stayed in Bang Rak and Khao San Road. Bang Rak was more of a business traveler area but lots of swanky hotels. Khao San Road had more back pack travelers like me, but still a nice area and pretty cheap...." See More

  • 1 mention in Eating locations and general tips for Bangkok/ Thailand & Cambodia

    • emma l.

      emma l. said, "...are what I consider the highlights and must sees/dos and what to avoid: Bangkok Musts Ayutthaya Floating Market (day trip) Temples Khao San Road Markets Avoid Staying on Khaosan road Ko Phangan Musts Full Moon Party Stay on the main area of the..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do with teens in Bangkok?

    • Duyen P.

      Duyen P. said, "...of the best shopping places you must visit: Chatuchak Market Pratu Nam Market Pratu Nam Center Asiatique Market Hello Kitty House Khao San Road..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to spend New Year's Eve in Thailand?

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...in Siam Paragon and we did so, listening to a band but there weren't much celebrations there. Then we went to Khao San Road and there's where the party was. Is the favorite place for backpackers there where music and drinks and lots..." See More

  • 1 mention in Destinations, where to stay, and places to eat for backpacking in Thailand?

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...as a-must. Songkran festival during April (13-15 Apr.) is the big event you shouldn't miss. Spend 3-4 days in Bangkok around Khao San Road, plenty of attractions in the old town, cheap hostels and variety of food there. Songkran Fest on Khao..." See More

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