Bangkok is one of the most popular destinations amongst Singaporeans. It’s the perfect for travellers who want to shop, go on a food trip or simply explore an eclectic city without having to shell out big sums of money.
Whatever your purpose, you definitely need a place to stay for the night. Bangkok is home to many beautiful accommodations but here are some affordable budget hotel options that are friendly on your wallet!
1. Airy Suvarnabhumi Hotel
Strategically located near the airport, Airy Suvarnabhumi Hotel is a very convenient option, especially for business travellers. The hotel is just 8 minutes away from Suvarnabhumi international airport and transportation is convenient with many metro stations and public transport options located nearby.
There are also shopping places like The Paseo Mall, Mega Bangna and IKEA store located close to the hotel. If you want to learn about Thailand’s rich culture, there are also many temples in the vicinity. You won’t be missing out on any Bangkok night markets and Thai cuisine as well.
Price: From SGD$17 per night on Expedia
Address: 428 Soi. Ladkrabang 3, Prachatorn Rd., Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand
2. Samran Place Hotel
Staying true to its name of being a place for “happiness and enjoyment,” Samran Place Hotel only delivers the best quality of service to its guests. The hotel is situated in the heart of Bangkok which allows its guests to easily access the different shopping areas and attractions. It is also five minutes away from the BTS sky train station which makes travelling around the city very convenient too.
Price: From SGD$42 per night on Expedia
Address: 302 Phetchaburi Rd, Thung Phaya Thai, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand
3. Lullaby Inn
If you would love to explore Bangkok without having to waste time and money travelling, then Lullaby Inn is a great hotel to for you. It is located in the heart of Bangkok, close to most of the shopping areas. It is also close to other Bangkok tourist attractions like the Snake Farm, State Tower, Bangkok Seashell Museum and Patpong.
You will definitely marvel at the hotel’s exquisite Thai architecture. There are 18 guestrooms available and every room is equipped with facilities like free Wi-Fi and cable TV to ensure ac stay.
Price: From SGD$45 per night on Hotels.com
Address: 18-20-22 Decho Road, Bangrak, Silom, Bangkok, Thailand 10500, Bangkok, Thailand
4. Swan Hotel, Bangkok
Located near the Chao Phraya River, Swan Hotel is the perfect place to stay if you are looking for an accommodation in the heart of the city but is also serene and relaxing!
The hotel is equipped with many standard facilities and decorated with traditional Thai elements.
Price: From SGD$32 per night on Agoda
Address: 31 Soi Charoen Krung 36, Charoen Krung Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand.
5. Ds67 Suites
If you want an affordable place to stay in a very accessible area within the city of Bangkok, then Ds67 Suites is a good option. The hotel suite has 27 rooms available, fully equipped with facilities for a comfortable stay. Hang out at the Ds67 Espresso café where you can surf the internet while being served with gourmet coffee and tea. You can also chill at the Ds67 Terrace where you can sunbathe and marvel at the city lights in the evening.
Attractions located near the hotel include the Erawan Shrine and Benjasiri Park, Siam Paragon and many other popular tourist spots!
Price: From SGD$43 per night on Agoda
Address: 1497/1-2 Sukhumvit 67 Road, Phra Khanong-Nua, Wattana, BKK 10110 Thailand
A great place to stay in one of the most exciting cities in the world does not have to be expensive.
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