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RE: Bangkok Datasheet 2014.
(11-21-2014 01:51 AM)seabridge Wrote:  Okay so first day here, and i made the TF profile anyway. I get alot attention, and i chat via Line. So, i am a young dude myself, and the girls i chat with are 18-21. Are they easy to bed?? Or do you guys have more succes with 25+ thai chics?

I'm speaking according to my experience as a early 20's foreigner there, look for signs of "want to learn english", "need foreigner bf", "tired of thai guys", and throw them out, they are most likely gold diggers.

They are easy to bed if they are not virgins, you can usually ask for how long she's been single, and it will give you a good idea.

Line is an invaluable tool too. However if you are in a dry spell and need a quick notch, hit a 30+ girl and you get instant notch. Sometimes you might need 2-3 dates before banging fresh pussy.
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Alex thanks^ im not on a dry spell, i would just feel that the trip wasn't complete if i didnt get the thai flag when i have the viet and cambo editions
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RE: Bangkok Datasheet 2014.
No need to go for older girls, university age girls are easy enough.

Also, daygame and insta-date at malls, take a girl to Swensen's or Haagen-Dazs(Thais love icecream) then bring her back to your place "to watch a movie".

Note: You don't actually have to have a movie, unless you want to be known for your thorough work or something.
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There's a chance I'll be in Bangkok in March for about two weeks. Can anyone recommend a decent guest house / hotel within walking distance of the Ambassador Hotel, on Sukhumvit Soi 11. Preferably one that doesn't have issues with my having guests. I'm hoping for a budget of about 1000 baht per night, I could go higher if needed, but preferably lower. Also, should I book in advance, or could I just turn up and get a room?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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(01-03-2015 08:51 PM)Marmite Wrote:  There's a chance I'll be in Bangkok in March for about two weeks. Can anyone recommend a decent guest house / hotel within walking distance of the Ambassador Hotel, on Sukhumvit Soi 11. Preferably one that doesn't have issues with my having guests. I'm hoping for a budget of about 1000 baht per night, I could go higher if needed, but preferably lower. Also, should I book in advance, or could I just turn up and get a room?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

I listed a few on my site. Le Fenix is pretty good and around that price, but now and again LBs will follow you into the lobby.
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(01-04-2015 12:22 AM)Afarang Wrote:  
(01-03-2015 08:51 PM)Marmite Wrote:  There's a chance I'll be in Bangkok in March for about two weeks. Can anyone recommend a decent guest house / hotel within walking distance of the Ambassador Hotel, on Sukhumvit Soi 11. Preferably one that doesn't have issues with my having guests. I'm hoping for a budget of about 1000 baht per night, I could go higher if needed, but preferably lower. Also, should I book in advance, or could I just turn up and get a room?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

I listed a few on my site. Le Fenix is pretty good and around that price, but now and again LBs will follow you into the lobby.

Second Le Fenix. Good location, nice rooftop bar with a great view of BKK, all for a very reasonable price.
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RE: Bangkok Datasheet 2014.
If you don't mind staying away from the action, there are some really good hotel deals around On Nut such as At Mind Residency: http://www.atmindsukhumvit.com/index.html

About 1000 THB for a room and can cut some decent deals. It's new and has very nice rooms, as good as double the price. It is in On Nut though, so wouldn't recommend for newbs though. They also seem to get a lot of Asian tourists and Thais, including groups of girls with the obligatory chaperone dude, but there's a small bar so some opportunity to score as well.
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RE: Bangkok Datasheet 2014.
I'm having a really hard time to find out where i should live in sukhumvit for 4-7 days. Afarang, i know that you mentioned a few and i actually checked them out. Do you happen to know any other good hotels or does anyone else have some recommendations? My budget is around 60$/night (would like to keep it lower then this but im willing to stretch it out, if neccesary)

Preferably, i would like to be within walking distance from malls (for daygaming and dates) I stayed at Grand Centre Point Terminal 21 last year, which was the best hotel i have ever stayed at. Unfortunately my budget is tighter this year.
01-08-2015 06:30 AM
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RE: Bangkok Datasheet 2014.
Ali if you want to stay at a Condo I have a few reccomendations.

For hotels, there are numerous options around Sukhimvit but the place is an absolute shithole at the moment.

I would suggest around Ekkamai-Thonglo area. It's called "mid-sukhimvit" and there are plenty of malls and your still close to the clubs.
01-08-2015 06:37 AM
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(01-08-2015 06:30 AM)Ali Wrote:  I'm having a really hard time to find out where i should live in sukhumvit for 4-7 days. Afarang, i know that you mentioned a few and i actually checked them out. Do you happen to know any other good hotels or does anyone else have some recommendations? My budget is around 60$/night (would like to keep it lower then this but im willing to stretch it out, if neccesary)

Preferably, i would like to be within walking distance from malls (for daygaming and dates) I stayed at Grand Centre Point Terminal 21 last year, which was the best hotel i have ever stayed at. Unfortunately my budget is tighter this year.

I always stay at the President Palace on Soi 11 Sukhumvit. Having been there multiple times I can just email the general manager and get a deluxe room for 2300 a night. (about 55 euro's). Pretty good deal, good hotel, big rooms, guest friendly and great street to be in, especially for having a drink with a date. Can recommend Apoteka, Above Eleven rooftop bar and many others. Just a few minutes walk to BTS Nana.

I think the standard rooms go for about 1500 a night. Recommended.
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Codyb and Thaitanium, thanks a lot.

Thaitanium, is it required for the girls to leave their ID/passport in the front desk or can they just walk me to my room?

I had this problem last time and it cock-blocked some of my guaranteed-lays.
Also, can you bring your girl to the pool or is it for hotel guests only?
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(01-08-2015 08:32 AM)Ali Wrote:  Codyb and Thaitanium, thanks a lot.

Thaitanium, is it required for the girls to leave their ID/passport in the front desk or can they just walk me to my room?

I had this problem last time and it cock-blocked some of my guaranteed-lays.
Also, can you bring your girl to the pool or is it for hotel guests only?

The president palace always requieres girls to leave the id, I think that usually happens when it is a guest friendly hotel. They normally call you in your room as well after the girl leaves to make sure you are ok (if she leaves the same night).

I guess the best thing to do is just make your girl aware that it might happen. On the other hand, most girls do know this I think, especially if they go with you pretty fast Smile

I'm not sure about the pool, you can bring them for breakfast since you always get coupons for 2 persons (the rooms and prices are based on 2 persons, thats why you also don't need to pay a joiner fee). Im pretty confident no one will care if you start lounging by the pool with your girl.
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(01-08-2015 06:30 AM)Ali Wrote:  I'm having a really hard time to find out where i should live in sukhumvit for 4-7 days. Afarang, i know that you mentioned a few and i actually checked them out. Do you happen to know any other good hotels or does anyone else have some recommendations? My budget is around 60$/night (would like to keep it lower then this but im willing to stretch it out, if neccesary)

Preferably, i would like to be within walking distance from malls (for daygaming and dates) I stayed at Grand Centre Point Terminal 21 last year, which was the best hotel i have ever stayed at. Unfortunately my budget is tighter this year.

These are the hotels that I have stayed at on Sukhumvit with approx prices for this month listed.

Hotel Icon Sukhumvit Soi 2 Ploenchit area, very nice, a little down the soi, walking distance to Central Embassy. Great value 1800฿

Le Fenix Sukhumvit Soi 11 tired looking these days, in the middle of Soi 11 action if that is your thing. The nest rooftop bar is very nice. Back in the day a stay here got you free entry to Bed Supper club and Qbar when the former was open and the latter was relevant. 1350฿

iCheck Inn Sukhumvit Soi 2 old and tired looking, kitchenette, turtle speed elevator, almost to the end of the soi, nothing to recommend. 1350฿

Hotel Muse Soi Langsuan very swank, true 5 star, breakfast buffet first class, speakeasy rooftop bar one of the best in BK. short walk to Central Chidlom & Central Embassy, stayed here for 10 consecutive days. 5000฿

Windsor Suites Sukhumvit soi 20 large suites, decor right out of the 1970's, great location, after hours club Scratch Dog on the main floor almost makes up for all the negatives. Security can be difficult when trying to bring girls from the club up to the room. 2200฿

Rembrandt Hotel Sukhumvit soi 18 (Note: stayed in deluxe corner suite) Very modern room with wooden floors, Really nice hotel, not guest friendly although I was sleeping with a front desk employee who got me the room for 1600฿ /night so may have something to do with not letting me bring girls up. 3000฿

Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Soi 21 spacious well appointed room, U.S corporate style hotel with sterile feel. Glow nightlclub nearby, soi cowboy down the street - if you are into that. not worth the money 4500฿

Fraser Suites Sukhumvit Soi 11 true apartment style, very spacious, high end. Concierge will get you anything at any hour, food, vodka with mixers (girl I picked up paid for the room and arranged a mini party) @Eleven rooftop restaurant is first class with great views. 3650฿

S33 Compact Sukhumvit Soi 33 converted apt, industrial style decor, rooms are nice, 1/2 way up the soi, 10 min walk to Emporium, Prompong BTS, value pick when price used to be 900฿, breakfast selection small. 2300฿


Lately when I visit from CM I usually end up staying in Silom or Thonglor/Ekkamai area. If I drive down I'll pick up a nice boutique style hotel for 500-700฿ but these are off the MRT/BTS lines and not centrally located.
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Tune Hotel near Terminal 21. It's around $30/night. Everything is fresh, new, clean. Walking distance to Asoke. You don't get breakfast for that price. But, there are plenty of cheap breakfast options in the area.

S33 Compact mentioned above is also a good choice. It's further away from Asok, but for a few dollars more, you get breakfast. I found the breakfast decent enough for the price. You get eggs, bacon, fruit, cereal, tea/coffee. Decent.
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(01-09-2015 10:48 AM)ManAbout Wrote:  Tune Hotel near Terminal 21. It's around $30/night. Everything is fresh, new, clean. Walking distance to Asoke. You don't get breakfast for that price. But, there are plenty of cheap breakfast options in the area.

S33 Compact mentioned above is also a good choice. It's further away from Asok, but for a few dollars more, you get breakfast. I found the breakfast decent enough for the price. You get eggs, bacon, fruit, cereal, tea/coffee. Decent.

Yes Tune is the cheapest hotel from Asoke - Ekkamai in Bangkok that isn't a total dive. Else to go On nut or further out and just catch the BTS into the main areas.

Airbnb is another decent option if you can find something, but as of late hotel prices have been rising in the capital.

You should always have a short-time hotel option ready if your hotel cock-blocks you. There are several of them on Soi 4 and 23, a few in Ekkamai and lad prao. They usually charge 300 baht for 2 hours or I think it's 660 baht for the whole day. Some are decent, others are total dives.
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(01-09-2015 11:46 AM)Afarang Wrote:  Yes Tune is the cheapest hotel from Asoke - Ekkamai in Bangkok that isn't a total dive. Else to go On nut or further out and just catch the BTS into the main areas.

Actually it's not a dive at all. Quite the opposite. Everything is new and clean.
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S33 as mentioned is pretty sweet for the baht, close to Phrom Phong and the Benjasiri park, which can be a good beginning date spot even. The only problem is that it's smack in Soi 33 which has oily massages with girls shouting 'hello massage' after everyone. It does have a monger vibe and might put some girls off if during the day time.

There's another good hotel near Soi 11, http://www.citichichotel.com/ at the end of the right turn at Soi 11. Good value for money if you can live without 24/7 room service and pool. Modern rooms, big comfortable beds and walking distance from Soi 11 but not right on top of everything. Think it is between 1500-1800 depending on offer.
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(01-09-2015 09:35 PM)ManAbout Wrote:  
(01-09-2015 11:46 AM)Afarang Wrote:  Yes Tune is the cheapest hotel from Asoke - Ekkamai in Bangkok that isn't a total dive. Else to go On nut or further out and just catch the BTS into the main areas.

Actually it's not a dive at all. Quite the opposite. Everything is new and clean.

Yeah I know, I said 'that isn't a dive' Banana
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Appreciate everyones suggestions. However, I found an apartment in Ekkamai through AirBnb and asked them about their guest policy. How would you interpret this answer?

"There is the policy about guest visiting that the security guard may request to exchange the ID with visitor card. I say "may" ok? ^_^

If they come for visiting not overnight, I think the security is ok with that"

Smells like cockblock to me at night-time. Anyone had similar experiences?
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(01-10-2015 05:41 AM)Ali Wrote:  Appreciate everyones suggestions. However, I found an apartment in Ekkamai through AirBnb and asked them about their guest policy. How would you interpret this answer?

"There is the policy about guest visiting that the security guard may request to exchange the ID with visitor card. I say "may" ok? ^_^

If they come for visiting not overnight, I think the security is ok with that"

Smells like cockblock to me at night-time. Anyone had similar experiences?

If it is a condo building it should be fine unless the owner told the security guard otherwise. I could bring a gaggle of ladyboys to my condo at 4AM and security wouldn't say shit. His only job is to sleep.
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(01-10-2015 05:41 AM)Ali Wrote:  Appreciate everyones suggestions. However, I found an apartment in Ekkamai through AirBnb and asked them about their guest policy. How would you interpret this answer?

"There is the policy about guest visiting that the security guard may request to exchange the ID with visitor card. I say "may" ok? ^_^

If they come for visiting not overnight, I think the security is ok with that"

Smells like cockblock to me at night-time. Anyone had similar experiences?

That sounds like it is perfectly ok. You won't have any problems for sure.
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Has anyone checked out Ku De Ta yet? Might be getting a table there for Friday night. Sorry if the spot has been mentioned, tried to skim the thread for info but I may have missed it.
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(01-11-2015 06:04 PM)S_tourist Wrote:  Has anyone checked out Ku De Ta yet? Might be getting a table there for Friday night. Sorry if the spot has been mentioned, tried to skim the thread for info but I may have missed it.
Not been but really pricy and full of douchey expats from what my friends tell me. Sometimes they have a huge DJ playing so it can be good. Take my opinion with a pinch of salt though. Every time I see their Facebook club photos it's full of people I want to punch in the mouth.
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Kudeta
I would mostly agree with afarang (btw are you still in bkk? I'm here for a while)

I've been twice, the first time on a Friday night before Xmas which was relatively dead, I'd say fifty percent full, and again last Friday which was busier. Here's my breakdown for what it's worth.

Venue :

Although it's on a high floor you don't get the feeling of a rooftop bar, there's a smallish smoking balcony /Terrace that's good to open girls but you wouldn't want to place there all night.

Inside is a pretty generic loungey looking bar/club, to be honest you could be anywhere in the world and it's certainly not anything special in terms of venue design or decor.

Across form the main bar there's various seating on low tables, past this the standing tables and dance floor section start.

The dance floor and bar area close to it got busy the second time I was there, the rest of the place is largely dedicated to bottle service.

Music policy seems to be funky / cheesy house and rnb depending on the night, pretty inoffensive and you can hear much worse in Bangkok but nothing great.

Bottle service is not expensive and attentive, no need to book in my experience just rock up before 1130 and buy a bottle you'll be given a table. Special events there are suppose to be very busy so maybe worth booking ahead in that case.

A taxi from sukhumvit around 1030 pm was hellish and took over an hour for a twenty minutes journey so consider taking the Mrt.

Clientele :

As afarang mentioned because kdt is the latest hot ticket in bkk it's full of white cats, a few old dudes knocking around but largely a 25-35 demographic of well dressed guys rocking blazers etc and actively gaming, don't come here expecting a free lunch.

On the nights I went the Thai girls were surprisingly average, a few stunners but seemed more like slightly older, richer Thai girls who weren't necessarily that hot.

Other than the Thais spotted a few cute Korean and Japanese along with the usual euro types.

I will say the girls there seemed a lot friendlier than e.g. Rca or demo at the current point in time and I got opened a couple of times just standing at the bar.

Can't really say I love the place but certainly worth a visit, I hear Wednesday nights there are good, ladies night with free champagne for girls all night, will give that a look this week and report back.

One other note, if you are staying in bkk a bit longer I think it's good place to meet with local connects, I met the owner of 'pimp Bangkok' on the first night after she asked me for a light, joined their table and got invited to a house party at hers the following night, turned out to be pretty lame but most amazing place I've ever seen, 2 indoor pools etc and some cool people.

Second time got chatting to a local fashion designer who was rolling with a couple of models and have a pending private party invite later this week.

Bailed early the first night and picked up a pretty average looking thai the second night after procrastinating and time getting the better of me. It shuts at 2am so best to get there a little earlier.

I did try and go on Halloween night but the line was ludicrous, it was also full of some if the hottest Thai girls I've seen so seems like it really depends on the night you go as to the quality you'll find there.

If I think of anything else will update overall I'd say 7 out of 10, worth checking out.
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Afrang and 192, I appreciate the in-depth breakdown. Route 66 use to be my stomping ground years ago but I am getting to old to go there now. I checked out demo 2 years ago but I found everyone was in there little cliques. I will give Kudeta a whirl on Friday night just to check it out, if it's junk I may have to bite the bullet and and go to Flix instead. I'm just in town for the weekend so have to make it count. If any of you guys want to meet this weekend just drop me a PM.
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