Silom Village Inn

Address: 286 Silom Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located in the บางรัก area of Bangkok, is near Rajawongse Clothier, Chinatown, State Tower, and Health Land Spa & Massage.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSilom Village Inn Bangkok

    Reviewed by luchofkens


    Reviewed Oct 29, 2012
    by (6 reviews) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

    Just great

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Silom Village Inn Bangkok

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    We are all tailored out!

    A travel blog entry by ames081 on Sep 28, 2014

    1 photo

    ... it's so hard to leave as you have to sit down with them and act like you're interested, to be honest, the tailors were going up in quality & price, it's the not price Sam is worried about its the quality! Some will just fall apart after they have been dry cleaned! So hopped back in the tuk tuk, by this time with a very unhappy tuk tuk driver, he dropped us off (didn't wait as he had said) and we walked up and down the road, it was the seediest ...

    Two Nights in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Apr 10, 2014

    3 comments, 33 photos

    ... told us to get to the A.R.C (Asian Reservation Center) right away. And while in that area, why not visit the Royal Temple? At this point, he wrote those down, along with "Thai Factory" - this was all happening pretty fast. I don't remember if he even said what "Thai Factory" was -- but all this for just 50Baht in a tuk-tuk. Sounded good to us and before we even could say "yes" he was calling over a tuk-tuk.

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    Signing Papers to Obtain the Thai ID Card

    A travel blog entry by budabbottblog on Feb 26, 2014

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    ... Thai solders in uniform at many places with sand bag fortifications, and ambulances and paddy wagons. I saw no Thai Police anywhere we went. It also seemed that there were fewer people in the streets. Gun fights have been more typically after midnight but we heard one at 11:00 PM. This is the first time we heard them from the hotel. It could have been a hand grenade. We are miles from the demonstration sites? Time to get out of ...

    Trains, Tuk Tuks and Automobiles...

    A travel blog entry by mallyface on Jan 04, 2014

    ... set forming a spectacular backdrop, lost in the mists that hang over the city. It eventually vanished as we reached our table at the rooftop bar to see the final slither of red hot glow trickle away on the dusty horizon. As we began to unwind, the city stepped up a notch, the markets exploded into life with colour and noise and along the rivers edge, a very 'Laos' exercise class was in full swing with the bounciest and squeakiest instructor I have ever heard. She had ...

    Time to move on, but what I've learnt so far

    A travel blog entry by maxinecook on Oct 09, 2013

    4 photos

    ... time. It does get a bit much. Some of the group got quite stressed by it all but I decided to just go with it. Yes, it is annoying when you are trying to have a normal conversation that would normally take 15 seconds but instead takes 15 minutes because you are forever stopping to say "no, thank you" but hey, its all part of the fun...and at least they are enthusiastic (until you haggle far too low). Just be polite and ...