May 11, 2014


LC is short for Linda Cargo Accommodations and that is where we stayed for 2 nights while in Bangkok. My sister happened to come across this accommodation while she was roaming Pratunam area during one of her earlier shopping visits in Bangkok and this Filipina lady who owns Linda Cargo Partnerships mentioned about her units for rent which she thought my sis would consider on her next visit.

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The place is located at JULDIS Mansion in Pratunam Soi Petchburi 19. You have to locate first the Linda Cargo Partnership office which is just across Juldis Mansion and look for the contact person who will then accompany you to the rented unit at Juldis Mansion.

Pratunam, Bangkok, Thailand

This is the office which is just across Juldis Mansion. That lady peeking in the photo is Ms Linda.
Below is the unit where we stayed. It can accommodate 4 pax and complete with basic amenities like cable tv, air-conditioning, ref, a small dining area, coffee and tea making facilities and kitchen utensils. Bathroom with hot/cold water and bathtub. They also have a strong wifi connection.

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Linda Cargo Accommodation, Bangkok, Thailand

Linda Cargo Accommodation, Bangkok, Thailand

Linda Cargo Accommodation, Bangkok, Thailand

The place is clean, spacious and very private and for 1,200 bahts per night (or 300 baht per pax) we had a real good deal for money. 

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For more info and reservation, you can reach them at the following contact numbers.

Linda - (08)98012733
Gina - (08)60038125

Abell - 09178054911
Janet - 09176333207

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