Hotel Review: Rambuttri Village Hotel (Bangkok)

Rambuttri Village Hotel

95 Soi Ram Buttri, Chakkra Phong Road, Phra Nakorn, Bangkok, 10200 Thailand.
Tel: (66)02-282-9162, (66)02-282-9163
 Fax: (66)02-629-5211
If you use the phone in Thailand, dial 02-282-9162, 02-282-9163
E-mail : info@khaosan-hotels.com
Booking and rates: click here


                     
                                 Location


                          Staff Performance


                   Hotel Condition/ Cleanliness


                       Food and Amenities

                         Value for money


Rambuttri Village Inn is at the heart of Banglampoo where the popular Khao San Road is located. It is near the Chao Phraya River and the most visited temples of Bangkok. The location is perfect for backpackers and budget travellers because of the numerous travel agencies that offer cheap tours and overland transport anywhere in Thailand and its nearby countries.

Yes To Travel: Reason No. 22


Absolutely Must Give It A Try At The Last Minute: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Absolutely Must: Island hopping at the Mekong Delta River
Mekong Delta River
Mekong River

Yes To Travel: Reason No. 21


The Traveler's Ten Commandments




1. Thou shalt not expect to find things as thou hast them home, 

for verily, thou hast left home to find things different.


2. Thou shalt not take anything to seriously, 
for a carefree mind is essential for a carefree holiday.

3. Thou shalt not let other tourist get upon thy nerves, 
for thou  are paying  out good money to enjoy thy self.

Yes To Travel: Reason No. 20


Bangkok Area Guide

Bangkok Area Guide

General locations of the main attractions in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok Map

Rattanakosin
  • Khao San Road
  • Grand Palace
  • Wat Arun
  • Wat Pho
  • Wat Pra Kaew
  • Democracy Monument

Yes To Travel: Reason No. 19


How Not To Get Scammed At The Jakarta Airport Like Me.

A story about the Blue Bird taxi scam at the Jakarta Airport

Soekarno Hatta International Airport
Terminal 3 Arrival Area

It’s my second time at the Soekarno-Hatta International airport and I could not fathom my stupidity this time around. You think being in the same place knowing the same story makes one wiser right? Not me! If you have read my post about my first experience at the very same airport you’d know that I was able to handle those infamous touts pretty well.

It was barely 3 months since my last trip to Jakarta. I slept at the airport so I know the terminal and the drill. Avoid the touts and wait for the bus. But somehow all those information dissolved in the cigarette smoke filled air of Jakarta. I found myself inside a van heading to Terminal 3 with 200,000 rupiahs gone out of my pocket. It was one of those surreal moments where you are in deep shit trouble at the back of a moving car. Alone. At midnight.

Here’s how and why the stupidity happened.

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