Guesthouse is extremely basic. No towels, no sheets, no toilet paper, no hot water (not a big issue.) If you don't mind this, then it is fine.
The wifi didn't work in our room or whole floor.
The bathroom was clean but our room was...更多
The staff there told me that the place was just rebranded in mid 2016. It is pretty new and the place is pretty clean. I can walk to khao sarn road and many places. The surrounding has good and chill vibes really love the locals...更多
I first stumbled upon this hidden gem back in 1999. If you didn't know it was there you would never find it. Down a quiet Soi (alley) in an old traditional Thai home was Mama and Apple Guest House (then called Apple 2). Over the...更多
After more than 30 years of visiting this GH I came back to find the old one knocked down and a new one built in its place. No one told me this was going to happen even though I had been there just before demolition...更多
I have stayed many times since 1988 in the original building which "Mama" opened in 1982 when foreign backpackers first began arriving in Bangkok. It was an old traditional wooden building in a small alley linking Phra Sumen and Phra Arthit Roads. About a year...更多
While you’ll see skyscrapers in most parts of Bangkok, it’s the gilded roofs of ancient pagodas that adorn the skyline of Banglamphu, the city’s historical and most touristic district. Hordes of tourists flock to this area to tick quite a few must-see attractions off their to-do list, with the Grand Palace being the most spectacular of them all. Banglamphu is also home to Bangkok’s infamous tourist ghetto, centered around
Khao San Road. Visit at night to feast on road-side pad thai, cheap beers and if you’re up for it, some dancing fueled by buckets of Thai whiskey.