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    Reasonable Place To Rent For One Month

    Gotta friend coming into town soon. He wants to rent a good place for a month downtown Bangkok "close to the action." On the Sky Train route. Guest friendly. Reasonable monthly rent.

    Nice and clean, wifi, air-con, hot water, preferrably windows and/or balcony.

    Move this to another section if you wish, but he'll be living in Thailand!

    Any suggetions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy
    Reasonable monthly rent
    That could mean anything.

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    Indeed, it could...how about 10-15 thousand baht?...

    Is that reasonable enough for some?...

    I know, much has been written on rhetoric...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy
    Reasonable monthly rent.
    Not sure what reasonable would be but there a several moderate rates such as this. Near Victory Monument.

    Starry Place

    There are several small hotels down toward the end of Soi 4 (Nana) Suk. Price ranges from 600 to 1,500 baht per day.

    If your friend gets out of center prices around 6/7K per month.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    Check this thread out. Well cheap places in there. Only around 5k a month,

    A good saving of 7 bargirls on the budget you quoted


    http://teakdoor.com/bangkok-forum/11...per-night.html (Bangkok Hotel 400baht per night)

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    ^ Try and do a better job of it than Klong Toey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ Try and do a better job of it than Klong Toey
    I tried to find a post i made about a place top end of Suk soi 16,after 5 minutes gave up and posted that link.
    I did try honest guv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy
    Indeed, it could...how about 10-15 thousand baht?...
    Okay. Low-end rentals. Theres loads of them.

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    Right i feckin found it after 1 hour of searching.
    Baan Porntip Thaiapartment.com
    Just up the soi from us about 2 years old stayed for a few nights when mother in law was in Bangkok.Nice and clean quite cheap.

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    ^ Good lad

    I see they do the normal snide Thai electric and water bump up though. 8 baht pkw leccy. That's cost you a couple of brasses


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    ^Think we stayed 5 nights altogether 2 nights then we were away for a week then another 3 nights same room 800 baht a night never payed any more for water or electric whilst we stayed.But only there from 11 pm to 7 am everyday.

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    Thanks for the help, guys. I remember reading DD's thread before, so it's nice to go down memory lane when the Dog was still with us. Cheers.

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