Patpong is located near Silom's commercial center. Despite being one of the main streets, Patpong remained the same with rafters for go-go bars, English pubs and small dance ensembles. And among the badly planted rooms where less dressed women fill their hips with the techno strikes on the stage, the famous outdoor Patpong Night Market, which is on the street that closes at 17:00. There is a constant joke that the Patpong Night Market will find counterfeits and knock on Rolex, Coach leather goods, branded clothes and women. Yeah, a few more women are fake, and they are called the little, third-sex in Bangkha, simply Lady-boys.
To experience the best Patpongs nightlife, it's best to stay at a hotel in or around Soi Patpong. Now Patpong, as mentioned above, is just a small street. Located between Silom and Surawong, which are the main roads on the map, so you can not miss it. The Patpong is also close to Soi Thaniyah or the Japanese town (Another nightlife can not be missed.) These female hostesses attract Japanese visitors. These areas are also where the best hotels are located. Hotels such as Montien, Silom Serene, Baan Heritage and Tawana Ramada. The stay of these hotels is a good idea because they are very close to two of Bangkok's most popular public transport trains, the BTS Skytrain and the MRT underground train system. BTS and MRT travel is a great way to avoid Bangkok's ridiculously crowded traffic nightmare and cheap. It will take you to major shopping malls like Siam Paragon and Emporium, as well as other nightlife venues such as Nana Entertainment Complex and Soi Cowboy. Best of all, the MRT and BTS are ice cold air conditioning and believe that they will appreciate it.
As a matter of fact, when I go, I would suggest that the months between October and April are cooler months than the high season. Hotel prices are higher but are still favorable due to the benefits of the western exchange rate. You can get a better discount on the quality of the room at the Western Hotel. I noticed that I am paying a motel or hotel in the United States, I can book a 4 or 5 star hotel in Bangkok with a free international breakfast buffet with omelet station. I'm not kidding. The difference between the quality and the service of the hotel room is day and night. Of course, the same rule applies here, just like anywhere else. The more you pay, the better the room and the features of the service. So do not expect us to pay $ 20 a night for an Olympic size pool and a decent gym. Even though you still get quite decent free breakfast.
No matter which hotel is located I recommend, first check out the opinions. Many hotel booking companies have customers who provide fresh information and reviews about the hotels they have recently stayed in. Do not rely on hotel reviews regarding your reviews as the information is out of date at the time of printing. The hotels in Bangkok are undergoing frequent renovations, so an updated overview can give you a warning. My last last advice is to relax and enjoy your trip to Thailand.
Source by Edwin M Clark