There’s a coffee shop, a swimming pool, internet corner, a laundry service, a tailor service and you can even get help booking tours. Plus, step outside the front door and you’re in the middle of one of Bangkok’s busiest and most popular downtown areas with restaurants, cafes, shops, markets and bars as far as the eye can see.
Take a Nap – I was introduced to this funky boutique hotel recently when some out of town friends stayed there for a couple of nights. Take a Nap is one of Bangkok’s newest trendy budget hotels, that’s part hotel part hostel, and offers some of the most unique accommodation in Bangkok.
Royal Asia Lodge offers cheap convenient rooms with all the comforts your could ever want in a hotel. Though the hotel is not the newest or most modern on Sukhumvit Road, it is located in the center of all the action which takes only few steps away from BTS Nana station and a quick walk to numerous nightlife entertainments venue, restaurants, go-go bars, pubs, bars, dance clubs, and much more. That's why this hotel is one of the most booked guest friendly hotels on our website.
Hey Gabby, stoked the site is helping you out!
No time limit and no budget?! Well you could always take me along for the ride!hahahahaha!
Well I guess the main things you can do is make a list of countries you want to hit up and also a start and finish point. Once you’ve got this grab a map and see how you can piece things together, maybe buy the first few connecting flights (maybe base it around visa time limits so you make the most of each place but know your time restrictions too) and also start researching some top to do items, which will add some more detail to the picture.
You’ve got plenty of time to plan, it’s a case of breaking it down place by place!
If you need any help drop me an email or checking out my travel planning service :)