Bangladesh / Brunei / Cambodia / China / Hong Kong / India / Indonesia / Kazakhstan / Korea / Kyrgyz / Laos / Macau / Malaysia / Mongol / Myanmar / Nepal / Pakistan / Philippines / Singapore / Sri Lanka / Taiwan / Thailand / Uzbekistan / Vietnam
The most difficult thing for traveling
on wheelchair is to find a wheelchair accessible hotel.
Please refer to my experiences. Prices include tax.
|how to find economy hotels that wheelchair users can stay|
|1. Don't worry if there is no accessible room. OK as long as you can use bathroom and toilet.|
|2. Many economy hotels have rooms are upstairs without elevator. So look for middle class hotels.|
|3. Some economy hotels may have rooms on the ground floor. So look for those.|
|4. Major American and French hotels are likely to be more accessible.|
|5. Public bathroom and toilet are welcome. Because they are more spacious. Easy to enter and use.|
|6. Ask the taxi driver for hotel information on your way from the airport pr station because they know the area.|
|7. Arrive at the destination in the morning which will give you more time to find your hotel.|
|8. Stay in the center of town or near station. So you can walk to go sightseeing. Location is more important than price.|
|9. Make baggage small as possible. Sometimes you must walk long hours to find a hotel.|
|10. Get a discount when you stay longer. ex: 25 $ × 3 night = 75 $ >>> 70 $|