How could i find Nana city if i'm from Bangkok international airport coz me and my friend are planning to visit there.
#1 nhorldz has been a member since 31/12/2007. Posts: 7
Happy New Year.... !
#2 nhorldz has been a member since 31/12/2007. Posts: 7
Nana City Inn?
(23/164 Sukhumvit Soi 4, Bangkok
Tel: (02) 253 4468-9
Fax: (02) 255 2449)
Or the Nana Entertainment Center?
Located on Sukhumvit Soi 4.
In either case both of these places are located off Sukhumvit Road on Soi 4.
At the airport ignore the touts in the arrivals hall! Again, IGNORE THE TOUTS IN THE ARRIVALS HALL!
Go outside to the curb area near the arrivals hall, there is a taxi sign up desk. Tell the taxi desk person where you want to go and he will write the address down on a receipt, tell the driver where to go and put your bags in the taxi. (The sign up desk USED TO BE one level down, was moved just recently, in case anyone wants to know!)
It will probably cost you around 350 baht to get to the Soi 4 area. Included in this price is a 50 baht surcharge, plus probably 2 tolls and the meter fare! The driver may ask you for the toll money (cheap,) this is okay, just don't pay him twice! You pay the meter fare, tolls and surcharge AFTER you arrive at the hotel/Nana complex.
Make sure you get some small bills for paying for taxi rides if you want any change back! When you take a taxi in town wave a moving taxi down and tell the driver to use the meter. If the driver wants to bargain grab another taxi, there seems to be thousands of taxi cabs in Bangkok!
Paying a meter fare is cheaper than bargaining the ride. Meter taxi cabs are cheaper than tuk-tuks. (Taxis parked outside bus stations and hotels almost always want to bargain the ride, best to wave a MOVING taxi down!)
The Nana area is near the Nana Skytrain stop. This is a good area for bar hopping, malls, street vendors, travel agents for arranging tours and restaurants.
happy new year
#4 nhorldz has been a member since 31/12/2007. Posts: 7
Just an additional note, there is an Airport Express bus that leaves from the airport for 150 baht per pax. This bus stops running just before midnight! Meter taxi using the toll road takes around 35 minutes to get to town, Airport Express bus will take double that time!
The fare you pay when using a meter taxi in Bangkok is for everyone you can stuff in safely - NOT PER PASSENGER!
So, two people using the taxi will be only be a little more than two people using the Airport Bus. Also a taxi drops you off directly at your hotel and the bus only gets you to the beginning of the soi.
Good luck and never overtip!
can someone send me nana city map?
#6 nhorldz has been a member since 31/12/2007. Posts: 7
It depends on what you mean by Nana City as your request isn't exactly clear. Do you mean that sleaze pit on Sukhumvit soi 4? If so this probably isn't the right place to come for advice. There are other web-sites for people like you.
#7 Guernseystu has been a member since 10/7/2007. Posts: 108
Where are you going? There are several places with Nana in the name.
Nana City Hotel?
Nana Bar complex?
Even Soi 4 is sometimes referred to as "NA NA!"
ok, kindly send me list of tatto house and bar complex in nana city? thanks
#9 nhorldz has been a member since 31/12/2007. Posts: 7
additional ..how far is it from nana city to bangrak? and how nana city to china town?
#10 nhorldz has been a member since 31/12/2007. Posts: 7
Bangkok is a huge city, if you are on Sukhumvit Road at the Nana Skytrain you are in the Bangkok!
Take the Skytrain to the subway, subway stops at the main train station - walk to Chinatown. Or spend around a 100 baht on a meter taxi.
You sound like a lot like a troll!