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Every weekend, thousands of tourists make their way up to this Northern Bangkok suburb to get lost in an enormous maze of shops at the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Home to almost 10,000 vendors, you’ll find everything from vintage sneakers to comic books and Thai handicrafts being sold here. You name it, Chatuchack probably sells it. The market is a great place to pick up souvenirs, but be sure to bargain for a good price. After a day of shopping and strolling around, the lush green lanes of Chatuchak Park are a welcome relief.
This spacious park on the outskirts of Bangkok, is attracting more and more visitors. The newly added 3 km bicycle track weaves through lush tropical vegetation and waterways. There are a mass of bicycles to rent from 40 baht, which is well worthwhile. Most of the intersecting pathways are for walking , sitting and picnicing, in the most pleasant of...
"A much less visited Park in Bangkok but one if the best!"
reviewed 11 April 2017 by Jerry G
For the first time I visited this park on the recommendation of a friend. This is a botanical park full of plants, flowers and trees. Many are identified which is extremely helpful. Here too you will find ponds and lakes, bridges and wildlife. I was able to see and photograph many species of birds. As well there were squirrels, geese...
Ate lunch here yesterday. The paella is very good- a generous portion for the price and very tasty. Quite busy but we found a seat without waiting too long. There was a DJ playing some good music. Paella and a beer...the perfect pit-stop before carrying on shopping!
Hotel is linked to Central Plaza through the carpark at mezzanine floor. Union mall is just opposite Central Plaza. Very convenient for shopping.
There's no tuktuk at that area, you have to wait for cab. The hotel staff wont get tuktuk for you.
Room is spacious and clean. Love the open concept bathroom. Can watch tv while in the bathtub....
We are invited from friends to a marriage in this hotel and booked 3 nights.
Around the hotel they construct a railroad. Traffic-Jam day and night. The toilette in first room had a extremely smell like next to a biologic gas farm. The second room was very dirty. The walls didn't see any color for many years. Under the bed...
"Good hotel for those visiting Kasetsart University"
reviewed 26 April 2017 by Andrew G
Maruay Garden Hotel is not luxurious, but is very convenient to Kasetsart University and the Department of Agriculture laboratories. The rooms are large and clean, and the beds rock hard, as is pretty normal in Thailand for this class of hotel. The staff are friendly but no one I met could speak English at even a moderate level, so communication...
Staff are friendly...but language barrier....tv did not have English channels called about 10 times...engineering came to check on it, left said he will return with someone else....upto check out no body turned up.
Food reasonable tasty and money's worth.
Nice property.....but at least English should be spoken.. .anyway had a pleasant stay, minus the tv
The promotion for this hotel is a big fake!
The restaurant was closed, no chance to eat something and no chance to drink anything else than the drinking water from the fridge. The restaurant closest to the hotel is two busstations away. The breakfast was minimum, nothing fresh, not even served friendly.
The swimmingpool is so dirty, you would not...