Laundry & Other BKK ???s

Old Aug 30th, 2005, 12:32 PM
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Okay it is now getting down to the wire. So I need info on a few things. Can anyone recommend a good laundry service close to the Sheraton Grande? Do you know of one that will pick and drop off clothes?

Has anyone had dinner at a restaurant called Suda? Near the Sheraton?




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Old Aug 30th, 2005, 07:01 PM
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you will find laundries along the sois off of sukhumvit...they have signs...i last used one on one of the sois heading towards bumbargard hospital which is on soi 7??? maybe...ask the bellman...probably noone delivers or picks up....i do not know about the sheraton but the marriott and the shangri-la have walk in operations adajacent to the hotel where you can take things and pick them up and save about 50% of the in hotel cost...there is one just up the road from the sheraton at the jw marriott...walk past the side (main) door to the hotel and enter the garage area and you will see it right there in front of you...

often malls have them as well...there used to be one in the basement of the plenochit ctr, but that was torn down this year...
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Old Sep 4th, 2005, 09:15 AM
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Okay it is now getting down to the wire. So I need info on a few things. Can anyone recommend a good laundry service close to the Sheraton Grande? Do you know of one that will pick and drop off clothes?

Has anyone had dinner at a restaurant called Suda? Near the Sheraton?

Along Sukhumvit there are many laundries that will probably be 25% of the cost at the SGS Laundry. Try Soi 19 (a block from the SGS) where you will see signs for them. Some might pick up and deliver but easy to just drop/pickup yourself.

Suda is on Soi 12 (12? I think). It is an open air restaurant with fans (no a/c). Food/service/prices are not especially memorable in my book and Thai people generally agree with that. Most people eating there are foreigners.
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thanks for the replies.

Does anyone know of a good Thai (authentic) restaurant near the Sheraton Grande? Thanks.
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You mean to say that in BKK there Thai restaurants that are not authentic?
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lots of people on this forum like lemongrass which is on soi 24 which is not far....cabbages and condoms is not far either on soi 12...baan khanitha on soi 23 is a favorite...

my new fav however is tongue thai in back of the oriental hotel next to OP place...it is worth the taxi ride or skytrain to taskim and then walk...
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