For the past month I have been laid up and reduced to useing crutches. In the suburbs many shops and restaurants I've notice are not that friendly when it comes to making it easy for those who are disabled. If you are on crutches or in a wheel chair steps are the biggest hazzard and many places lack ramps. Going up steps at 711 in my soi was a nightmare and I had to be helped up the 5 stairs by a stranger in the street. Just a thought!!
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A friend of mine is getting married in the summer and she'll be in Bangkok soon for business. She was wondering if it was possible to get a wedding dress custom made here in Bangkok. I don't know of anywhere but as it's possible to get most things done here in Bangkok, I presume that wedding dresses shouldn't be a problem? Does anyone know of such a place?Bluez
There seems to be so many hospitals here in Bangkok. My questions are firstly are any of them any good in terms of good doctors, and secondly are they expensive. I know many people come from abroad to these hospitals so I would think the standard is pretty high. What do other people think.
Hi there, does anybody know of any home help care organisations in Bangkok who could help me with shopping and paying bills etc because i am disabled living alone in Bangkok but from the UK. Could you also if possible give me an idea of costings and legalities etc, very many thanks for your help, hope to hear something soon, kindest regards, Peter.