Believe us when we say that this vibrant city has stunning hostels that offer something for solo travellers, groups and couples alike. There’s actually something for every kind of traveller here!
The streets of Bangkok can get a little overwhelming, so it’s important to have a safe, friendly and comfortable hostel to return to at the end of the day.
Take that in combination of more than 530 hostels in Bangkok – and you are freakin’ overwhelmed for sure.
Forget bangkok hotels; this is purely a guide to tsolohe best Bangkok hostels.
We’ve worked hard to create this list of the absolute top Bangkok hostels.
- Once Again Hostel – top pick for solo travelers & couples
- Yim Huai Khwang Hostel – great for female solo travellers
- Barn & Bed Hostel – ideal for urban explorers
We did the leg work for you, so you can spend your time otherwise like training your taste buds for spicy food…
This guide is perfect for those that are:
- tired of bad hostels
- overwhelmed by the hostels choice
- happy to spend 1-2€ for an improved experience
- worried about cleanliness
This is your absolute ultimate guide to hosteling in Bangkok.
We cover EVERYTHING from the basics, to the 3 coolest hostels in Bangkok, to scams, and even a map with all major sights.
Basically, this guide is what we would have loved when we were first-timers visiting Bangkok.
It’s time to get excited about:
- 3 top Bangkok hostels
- More epic hostels in Bangkok (you should know)
- the Best hostels in Bangkok for solo travellers
- Best guesthouse Bangkok
- Best hostels in Bangkok Thailand for groups
- Party Hostels in Bangkok
- Cheapest Hostels in Bangkok
- Important things to know before you go
- FUN Things to do in Bangkok
- Promo Codes
- Handy map with all sights and hostels
- Flights to Bangkok
If you’re not sure about Bangkok but want to discover more of Asia; we have plenty of hostel reviews and 5 star hostels in Asia for you to check out.chepe
Quick Introduction to Bangkok Hostels
Average price for a bed: A dorm bed can be as cheap as 6€ – 15€ per night. You see, Bangkok Hostels are really affordable. This is a rough average to give you an idea. Prices always depend on season and holidays.
Check-In and Check Out: The average check-in time is from 15:00 (3pm), while the Check Out time is before 11:00 (11am). Hostels usually offer luggage storage in case you arrive earlier or leave later. Make sure you check if luggage storage is free or if there is an extra cost.
Scams: In Thailand and Bangkok you will have the typical taxi-driver scam: your hotel is full/ closed/ doesn’t exist. Do not fall for it. It is a common traveller scam to bring you to a different hostel or hotel and charge you more; plus the cab driver gets a cut from your payment. Do not fall for it!
Thai Beds vs Western Beds: in Thailand you will find many hostels, hotels and resorts offering rooms with the so-called Thai-mattress. The Thai mattress is seriously hard and in the beginning it feels like sleeping on a rock.
If you want cozy mattresses, keep an eye for hostels with western-style mattresses.
Leave your shoes outside: In Thai Culture shoes have to remain outside. This goes for accommodations as well as many shops, temples, and other places too.
We seriously enjoyed this, because it makes the place automatically cleaner, and it gives you a feeling of home. Just be aware that is a thing.
Quality of hostels in Bangkok: A couple of the most stunning Hostels in the world are home in Bangkok. The quality here is insanely high. There is more than 530 hostels in Bangkok. And more than 140 have a higher rating than 9/10 stars.
For fun: The Thai name for Bangkok is Krung Thep Maha Nakhon. Now you know.
Airport transfer: The taxi drivers tend to give you a higher price on the airport. Consider booking a hassle free airport transfer to/from Suvarnabhumi. We always do this.
New to Hostels? Read our full hostel starter guide here. We especially recommend to read:
- How to book hostels (and websites to use)
- 23 items for the hostel packing list
- Are hostels safe? 13 safety tips for hostels
3 Awesome Hostels in Bangkok
Let’s speed things up to the pace of Bangkok city and get straight to it.
The 3 greatest hostels in Bangkok are…
1. Once Again Hostel (clean, safe + private)
Our absolute best hostel Bangkok is this one: ONCE AGAIN HOSTEL!
If you’re seeking an authentic Thai local experience, look no further. Once Again Hostel is in the heart of local Bangkok communities.
Once Again is the best located of all the recommended places on that list.
You know you’ve hit the jackpot when the building design is as beautiful as this one.
Step through the doors and you’re welcomed by smiling staff, spacious social spaces and incredibly cosy rooms.
We’d say this is possibly the best backpacker hostel in Bangkok!
The wide capsule beds and sturdy bunk frames may have you giggling with joy.
Opt for a 6 bed dorm (female only available) if you like your privacy, and a 12-bed if you’re looking to socialise.
Tip: book the 8-bed superior dorm for amazing temple views.
By now you’ve surely had a sneaky peek at the photos. Did you spot the awesome rooftop?!
Not only that, but you can happily relax and enjoy a coffee in the in-house cafe and restaurant.
What’s great is the restaurant has been designed with guests in mind.
There’s no pressure to buy – just find a spot and chill out if you wish.
Read: 46 Things that tell you: this hostel is gonna to be awesome!
- Free breakfast
- Bike rental + tours
- Pool table + world sharing map
- Free water, coffee + tea
- Book exchange
For those that appreciate some serious downtime, you will be happy to hear there is an obligatory TV room.
Everyday activities are arranged to help bring people together. Ask the staff what’s happening whilst you’re around.
Once Again Hostel Bangkok is a top choice for:
- Digital Nomads
2. Yim Huai Khwang Hostel (modern, clean design hostel)
Let’s kick start with a funky design hostel that’s the perfect place to relax; Yim Huai Khwang Hostel.
This is without doubt one of the best hostels in Bangkok for solo female travellers.
Actually, it’s also one of the best hostels in Bangkok for couples!
Yim means “smile” in Thai and no doubt there’ll be one plastered on your face during your stay at the only 5 star hostel in Bangkok.
The motto here is ‘your friends in Bangkok’ and it’s the staff that really brings the words to life. They’re at hand 24/7 to help!
Did you already see the striking photographs?
Not only are there two large common areas and an outdoor balcony, but they’re beautifully designed too.
Read: 25 Beautiful Hostels through the Instagram filter
To kick start the relaxing process; let’s have a look at the rooms. Choose from:
- 4-bed (female) + 6-bed mixed dorms
- Twin bed w/ balcony
- Double private w/ balcony
- Double private w/ garden
To top it off all rooms have their very own en-suite and the dorms have cosy POD style beds.
Alongside comfortable mattresses, there is a lovely little ledge next to the bed which is perfect for storing smaller items.
This is certainly a super duper clean hostel which the ladies out there will appreciate.
Check out these little extras that go a long way:
- Free luggage storage for up to two months!
- Security key card access
- Free shampoo + shower gel
- Breakfast included
Wonderful nightlife is just a 3 minute walk and the closest MRT is a mere 50 metres away.
Yim Huai Khwang is the best hostel in Bangkok for:
- Female solo travellers
3. Barn & Bed Hostel (large dorms, great staff)
Prepare as you’re about to step foot into a giant wooden barn decorated with hanging plants and minimalist decor. Let’s introduce Barn & Bed Hostel.
This is a great option for those looking to enjoy Bangkok’s urban lifestyle from dawn until dusk.
Easily done when you’re just steps away from the main BTS station, restaurants and street food vendors.
At this hostel, affordable shared rooms get priority. There are in fact no private rooms here.
A lot of effort has gone into the unique design of the 4, 5 and 10-bed dorms and each includes:
- Cosy wooden bunk w/ curtain
- Personal reading light
- USB charger + power socket
- Linen + towel
Tip: opt for the 4-bed and enjoy a barn-style pod bed for added privacy and cosiness.
Although there aren’t many social spaces, there is a lovely garden and a small common room to enjoy.
If you’re a keen cook; there is a kitchen available. This is where you’ll find the free breakfast every morning, too.
Read: 7 Types of Hostels – Boutique, Party, 5 Star + more
The staff gets constant mention on their helpful, friendly personalities so make sure test their local knowledge.
Barn & Bed Hostel is a good hostel in Bangkok for:
- Solo travellers
Other Amazing Hostels in Bangkok
Alright, alright, we have already covered the most epic Bangkok hostels. We think you will love these already.
However, this list would not be complete without the following budget accommodations. There’s more really good hostels in Bangkok.
You can imagine with more than 140 hostels having a rating of 9/10 and more, there has to be some unique hostels in Bangkok for sure.
What if we tell you there is more gorgeous hostels in Bangkok with following amenities:
- Swimming pool
- Playstation 4
- Billiard Table
- Terrace with a river view
So, here you go.
4. Here Hostel (swimming Pool and slide)
When was the last time you saw an actual slide inside a hostel?
Well, here you go: HERE Hostel comes with an in-house slide and swimming pool.
It does not stop there. They also have a big garden, perfect for games and hang out.
Here Hostel Bangkok is a fantastic hostel for solo-travellers, especially backpackers. It is one of those super fun backpacker hostels, and one of the best hostels to meet people in Bangkok.
In fact, we’d say its one of the best hostels in Bangkok for backpackers.
5. Sleep Owl Hostel (walking distance to Don Muang International Airport)
In case you need to catch a super early flight from Don Muang International Airport, you can stay in a cool hostel.
Sleep Owl Hostel is just in walking distance. It takes you around 8 minutes to get to the Airport.
It is an easy-going, beautiful place, designed to hang-out, relax, and obviously get to the airport super easy.
If you are about to explore Bangkok city center, it might not be the best choice though.
Yet again, for arriving late to Bangkok or for catching an early flight, Sleep Owl is perfect.
Good to know: The beds in the dorms come with curtains. However, these curtains are a bit transparent. A bit annoying in our opinion.
6. The Posh Phayathai (billiards and Jacuzzi)
We cannot call this an epic guide to the coolest hostels in Bangkok without The Posh Phayathai.
If you are into Jacuzzi and billiard pool, this is your place. I am more a fan of foosball, but billiard is super fun too, right?!
7. Hostel Urby (Terrace with river view)
Hostel Urby is more a family-friendly hostel, so it is perfect to unwind.
The top spot to enjoy is the terrace with the river view. ‘Nuff said.
8. The Cocoon Hostel (Cinema + Work Space)
Let’s continue this journey of super cool hostels in Bangkok with a cinema.
The Cocoon Hostel has a cute and neat cinema. It is great to watch a few episodes of games of Thrones or the classic “The Hangover” movie playing Bangkok.
After all, your need some inspiration for the night out.
The Cocoon Hostel is also the best accommodation choice for digital nomads.
They have a community table with lots of space. Many digital nomads stay here and get some work done at these tables.
9. Holy Sheet Hostel (with Playstation 4)
A cute, little hostel with a big heart and lots of activities. In their own words they claim to be the “best hostel in Bangkok for solo travellers”!
Holy Sheet Hostel is one of the hostels with a playstation 4 and plenty of games to play.
Now, obviously we recommend you to get out there and explore the city. Yet, it is not a race, and playstation can be fun; we get it.
Another super cool thing about Holy Sheet Hostels (besides the fun hostel name…) is their “pool parties“.
If you searched for rooftop pools Bangkok, you’ve found the #1 baby!
While Holy Sheet Hostel does not have an own swimming pool, they team up with other hotels and bring their guests there for an epic pool party. Super cool!
Check their black board and ask the staff, so you won’t miss it.
On that note: You should obviously pack your bikini and swim suit when travelling to Thailand!
Fun Fact: the dorm names here are super fun. If you feel adventurous, go for the “The Holy Orgy” Room. No worries, it’s nothing weird, just a fun name.
10. Heyyyy Bangkok – The Boutique Hostels in Bangkok
Another hostel right from the category “are you freakin’ kidding me?” – hostel.
Yes, that bad boy is another one of the epic boutique hostels in Bangkok out there.
Heyyyy Bangkok a perfect hostel as well for families. It is a quiet, easy-going hostel in style.
The breakfast here is included. Yet, as in most hostels, very basic.
11. Kloem Hostel
This is certainly the hostel for sloths of the world. There are so many hanging hammocks and places to chill it’s unreal!
Kloem Hostel is a traditional Thai house that has been perfectly merged with a modernist architecture.
Enjoy privacy-designed dorms and delicious food on-site. The staff even arrange events such as day tours and nights on the town.
Oh and the breakfast is free!
12. Canale Hostel Khaosan (canal views)
This 70 year old house has kept its unique rustic feel admist a peaceful and local Thai area. And, Khaosan road is only 5 minutes away!
We vote it to be one of the best hostels on Khao San Road.
A beautiful canal is literally on the doorstep of Canale Hostel Khaosan, best enjoyed from the Balcony Deluxe Room.
The staff here are super friendly and go out of their way. Breakfast is free and the dorms come with every necessity a solo traveller could ask for.
13. Prince Theatre Heritage Stay
Once a high-rollin’ casino, then a movie theatre and now a swanky boutique hostel. Get ready for some serious theatrical spirit at Prince Theatre Heritage Stay!
Accommodation is made up of unique duplexes, personal bunks and private suites that will make you go “WOW!”
There’s a high-ceiling common space, an extra large cinema screen and a great menu full of local street food inspired dishes to enjoy.
14. Niras Bankoc Cultural Hostel
This boutique hostel is centrally located in historic Bangkok.
Niras Bangkoc Cultural Hostel was built over 100 years ago, so you can expect plenty of charm!
Sleep in the Orient Express dorm or splash out on a hotel-like private room. The decor is divine.
A made-to-order breakfast is thrown in – it’s constantly mentioned so it must be very good indeed.
15. Bed Station Hostel (x2)
Luckily for you, the Bed Station group have opened two hostels in central Bangkok.
Bed Station Hostel Ratchthewi is great for backpackers. They offer cooking classes and are located right by the BTS Skytrain.
Bed Station Hostel Khaosan, on the other hand, is all about the party!
If you were trying to find bangkok hostels near Koh San Road, you found one – it’s 5-minutes by foot.
There also happens to be a pool, bar and restaurant on-site.
Both hostels have a range of dorm sizes, including female-only options. The beds are sturdy and set up with privacy in mind.
16. Diff Hostel Bangkok
At Diff Hostel there is a ‘diff’ of cultures, nations and languages.
The friendly staff with spoil you with a changing (free) breakfast, and you’ll feel super refreshed after a sleep in your privacy bunk.
Rooms come in all shapes and sizes:
- Private rooms for 2, 3, 4 and 6 people
- 4-6 bed mixed dorm
- 6-bed female dorm
There’s a beautiful lounge room, cafe and work space to enjoy. Plus a small outdoor area.
Best Hostels in Bangkok for Solo Travellers
It was quite easy to find suitable hostels in Bangkok for solo travellers.
Perhaps you’re in search of the cool hostels to meet people Bangkok?
Don’t worry, we realise the term ‘solo traveller’ can mean many things. This is why we’ve chosen a few great options for you.
As already mentioned, Holy Sheet Hostel is a wonderful choice for both male and female solo travellers.
Barn & Bed Hostel is a top choice for the solo traveller that seeks some privacy and downtime.
For an all-rounder choice which is ideal for solo travelling women and men that love cleanliness; opt for The Cube Hostel.
This hostel has cube-style beds so the privacy is there if you need it.
When you want some company, head on down to the common area and mingle.
Looking for a home-like place that’s sociable and friendly? Solo travellers will love Udee Bangkok.
The staff here is highly rated for their off-the-beaten-track knowledge and for creating a real go-with-the-flow atmosphere.
As there are no curtains on the beds, it’s easier to get chatting to your new room mates.
If you are looking for something between a quiet place and a party hostel, then go with Holy Sheet Hostel. It is a great place to mingle, to join activities and relax at the same time.
Both female and male solo travelers love to stay here.
Remember, they even organize pool parties outside the hostel.
Best Guesthouse in Bangkok
If you are looking for a guesthouse and not a hostel, we have also you covered.
Bed and Bike is a genuine accomodation and one of the most loved places to stay in Bangkok for many backpackers while visiting the capital city.
With its unique vibe and cool design, it is a great place to meet other travelers, as they do also have common areas.
We have to say, the diffrence between guesthouse and hostel in Thailand is basically the type of licence the accommodation gets. You can find many guesthouses with dorms, as well as some hostels with only private rooms… We know, it is a bit confusing. But as William Shakespeare says
A rose by another name would smell as sweet
There is just a factor you should pay attention on: the social vibes. Some guesthouses could be also as crazy as a party hostel. Or have no vibes at all.
If you are looking for a cute, well-design guesthouse, where you can meet other travelers and join activities, Bed and Bike is your place.
Best Hostels in Bangkok for Groups?
For those travelling as a small group, it can sometimes be tricky finding a hostel that will host you.
In general, larger hostels are more than happy to accept groups because they have a lot more room and are less affected by last minute cancellations.
After searching high and low we found The Yard Hostel Bangkok which is great for groups.
There are 6-bed mixed and female dorms – great for any type of travelling group.
Occasional events are arranged and it’s situated close-by to restaurants, street good vendors and sky train stations.
Party Hostels in Bangkok
Alright, so you want to party hard in Bangkok? Well, you have come to the right place. There is quite a few epic party hostels in Bangkok.
And obviously you should not miss ping-pong shows and the Khao San Road.
FYI: Khaosan road is found in the district known locally as Khet Phra Nakhon.
The coolest fun party hostels in Bangkok are:
Are these the best Khao San Road hostels? If a 2-minute walk sounds close enough, then definitely!
What about the hostels IN Khao San Road? Turst us; it’s better to be even a few minutes walk away to enjoy (a bit) of sleep now and then.
Go ahead and press the play button. A super cool video giving you an idea what to expect from Mad Monkey Hostel.
Best Hostels in Sukhumvit Bangkok
Another popular area for partying is Soi 11 street which is found in Sukhumvit – arguably the best area to stay in Bangkok for nightlife.
We had a look and found a few cool hostels in the area:
- Oneday Hostel Sukhumvit 26 – super stylish with co-working space
- Rezt Bangkok – small, modern hotel-like dorms
- Analog Hostel – double bed dorms & dogs
Cheapest Hostels in Bangkok
Of course, there are always cheap hostels. And certainly there is cheaper hostels than the ones we listed here.
We think, it’s not worth it to go with the cheapest hostel out in the Thai capital. Don’t settle for just a good hostel Bangkok, settle for a great one!
The difference is usually 1-2€ ($1-2) per night, and a lot of amenities are not included. This can be breakfast or linen. Although, keep in mind a bad location far away from the city center costs you more in transport.
Good to know: The difference in quality for 1€-2€ more (or less) is actually insane. Paying 1€ less per night in a cheap hostel in Bangkok could easy come with cockroaches, dodgy location, unclean sheets, etc.
Rule of Thumb: Never go with the cheapest hostels in South East Asia or cheap hotels in Bangkok. Always pay a tiny bit more, and you won’t have any issues with bed bugs or anything.
Still asking that burning question: Where is the best place to stay in Bangkok for a cheap price?
There are ways to find the cheapest places to stay in Bangkok.
- Open Hostelworld with full list of accommodations in Bangkok
- Order the listing by price
Here you go. It is simple. Yet again, we recommend to “invest” 1-2€ more per night. That goes a long way and you will feel and see the difference in hostel quality.
Things to know before you go
If this is your first time travelling to Bangkok in Thailand there are a few useful and important things to know and consider before you arrive.
Here is a list of what we think will be helpful for your planning.
Best areas to Stay in Bangkok
Choosing an area to stay in somewhere you’ve never been before can be seriously overwhelming. We’ve been there!
All of the best hostels in this guide offer great locations close to transport, main attractions and nightlife.
Of course, it completely depends on your travelling style, age, what you enjoy etc.
Here is a quick run down to make planning easier for you:
- Khao San Road – party, party & more party!
- Sukhumvit area – shops, theatre & food
- Bangkok Riverside (Old Town) – many must-see attractions
- Chinatown – great for day and night life for all traveller types
How long to Visit Bangkok?
It’s quite possible that you may feel completely overwhelmed in Bangkok. It’s super crowded, smelly and a serious attack on your senses 24 hours a day.
Not only that, but it is a huge city that’s spread out across many districts.
Having said all of that, we still think it is an awesome city! Just we aware that it can be tiring.
2-3 full days in Bangkok is more than enough to get a feel for the city and see the main sights.
When is the best time to visit Bangkok?
It doesn’t make too much of a difference what time of the year you visit. The climate is always hot!
September and October tend to be the wettest months of the year.
November and December is best as it’s when the city is experiencing a bit of a colder front after all the rain.
Fun things to do in Bangkok
We went one step further and created an extensive guide to 23 fun things to do in Bangkok, including dragons and abandoned skyscrapers.
There is SO much to do and see in this incredible city.
And many things we doubt you’d expect to find.
Here is a small collection of the absolute must-dos to help with your planning.
1. Tuk Tuk Night Tour
Visit famous and lesser know temples, markets and sample food in the most Thai traditional way… by tuk tuk!
Join this night tuk tuk tour and discover the beauty of Bangkok by night.
A stop to the famous temple Wat Pho is included on this tour.
2. Calypso show
You might have heard about Transvestites and transsexuals shows in Bangkok, right?
If you are curious, head to the Calypso Cabaret show at the Asiatique riverfront.
Stunning costumes, dances, and laughs are included in the price, as well as a complimentary drink!
3. 360 degree view with a drink
Wanna have a 360 degrees views of the city from the 77th floor?
Baiyoke Sky Hotel is one of Thailand’s tallest buildings.
Then head to the 83rd floor and enjoy a drink. I highly recommend the time before sunset. This way you see the city during daylight and after the sun has set. Best timing!
Buy your ticket here and receive a complimentary drink.
4. Cabbages and Condoms
One of the quirky things to do in Bangkok is visiting this restaurant: Cabbages & Condoms!
It’s is a quirky restaurant with condom inspired décor aimed to educate the Bangkok youth about safe sex and AIDS prevention.
Their motto is condoms should be as easy to buy as cabbages! Love it!
5. Fight with Dragons (or at least visit the Dragon temple)
The Wat Samphran Dragon Temple in Bangkok is a 16-storey red tower with a statue of a dragon wound around it.
It contains giant Buddha statues, shrines and other artifacts.
Details of the temple and why it was built are nowhere to be found. It is now abandoned, and not on the tourist trail. Pretty mindblowing if you ask me.
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Map of Bangkok Hostels and TOP Sights
The next step is to find your chosen hostel on a map so planning can commence. We’ve already done it for you!
There’s so much to see and do in this eclectic city. Here are the top sights put on the map:
- Khaosan Road
- Wat Arun
- The Grand Palace
- Temple of the Emerald Buddha
- Chatuchak Weekend Market
- Asiatique The Riverfront
- Lumphini Park
Again, there is so much to do in Bangkok! Here is a list of excursions we think you’ll love during your visit:
- Ayutthaya Day Tour by bus and boat
- Explore the most famous floating market in Thailand: Damnoen Saduak
- Learn something new at the Thai Cooking Class
- Enjoy a night tour of Bangkok by Tuk Tuk
- Go crazy on the Bangkok Bar Crawl
Top tip: Avoid hassle to/from Suvarnabhumi airport and book a private airport transfer.
What are the best hostels in Bangkok near Khao San Road?
With over 530 hostels in the city, you can expect to find many Khao San Road hostels Bangkok.
What is the best hostel in Bangkok Old Town?
That’s easily Here Hostel Bangkok. It has an in-house slide and swimming pool. What more do you need?
What is the best hostel in Bangkok / Where is a great place to stay in Bangkok?
If you managed to get all the way here and still not no the answer to this, perhaps you need another coffee.
The absolute #1 hostel in Bangkok is Once Again Hostel. It’s stunning in every way.
So much more than any hotel Bangkok could offer.
Should I go with hotels or Airbnb in Bangkok Thailand?
Rather than go in search of the best hotels in Bangkok, we suggest going with an Airbnb instead.
An Airbnb acts more like a backpackers hotel in Bangkok. And you’ll be supporting locals!
Here’s a 35€ Airbnb Coupon Code just for you.
Why are hostels so cheap in Thailand?
Well, a dorm bed can be as low as 6€ up to 15€. But remember, you get what you pay for!
The lower the price the simpler the stay. Spend a few extra coins and suddenly you’ll have a pool, bar and linen included. Totally worth it.
What is the best neighborhood to stay in Bangkok?
For the nightlife lovers Khao San Road area is perfect.
Otherwise, Sukhumvit, Bangkok Riverside (Old Town) and Chinatwon are great options.
Flights to Bangkok
When you are starting your Thailand adventure, Bangkok will be most likely your starting point. There is many cheap flights directly to Bangkok.
Kiwi is a new website with super cool features like the so-called radius search. Again, just draw a circle over Thailand or Asia and find the cheapest rates for the area.
Here is our full review of Kiwi.
More Epic Hostels in Asia
Alright alright. By now you have found your coolest Bangkok hostel, and the top hostels in Thailand.
Hopefully you’ve already decided on where to stay in Bangkok.
You know what, we have written even more guides for you.
We at Hostelgeeks are here to help you to stay in safe and epic hostels around the world. Check out the finest hostels in the world, the 5 Star Hostels.
For more cool hostel guides around Thailand, check out:
- best hostels in Pai
- coolest hostels in Krabi
- greatest hostels in Koh Phangan
- incredible stunning hostels in Chiang Mai
- best hostels in Koh Samui
- 3 best hostels in Koh Tao
- cool hostels in Koh Phi Phi
- 3 best hostels in Phuket
We also have more hostel guides around Asia:
- Fabulous hostels in Hong Kong
- Best hostels in Luang Prabang, Laos
- Amazing hostels in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- best hostels in Siem Reap, Cambodia
How about great 5 Star Hostels? Check out these beauties:
Find all our hostel guides around the world here.
Over to you
By now you’re more aware of the awesome hostels in Bangkok. It’s going to be hard to choose, that’s for sure!
Do you have any questions, doubts? Which of the Bangkok best hostels do you love?
Then please please leave us a comment. This list should be as informative and useful as possible.
Your question(s) will help me to understand what I have missed to mention. You will have your questions answered and help both Hostelgeeks and fellow travellers in their quest for an awesome trip.
Therefore, do not be shy, drop us a comment, we are always keen to help and connect with our readers!
Last note: Our commitment
This is a genuine article to help you travel a bit smarter and find the best place on a budget! We ONLY recommend places we know you will enjoy, no matter what.
Hostelgeeks will never recommend you any place we haven’t evaluated or are not convinced by. We only share with you places we also recommend to our best friends and family!
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Your Smart Packing List
It is time to see what you should pack in your backpack or suitcase. Make sure you always pick a quality hostel, it totally reduces the things you need to pack. Here is our ultimate hostel packing list. It features 23 items you should really throw in your backpack.The most important things to pack are:
- eye mask
- key chain flashlight
- the right backpack, the Nomatic (our review of Nomatic here) or Lowe Alpine Lightflite 45 Pack
- packing cubes
- generic padlock (fitting all locker types)
- quick-dry travel towel
- universal power adapter
- travel-sized toiletries