Time Out says
It feels surreal that this leafy paradise exists in one of the city’s most bustling areas. The hotel is takes its name from the Thai word that signifies being in a dreamy state, and Kloem tries its best to evoke the feeling with a scattering of bean bags and huge hammocks at the lobby (perfect for all-day slumbering or midday naps), while traditional Thai elements like triangle pillows and woven crafts evoke a “homestay” feel. Choose between a dormitory-style room or a private bedroom decked out in black and white. The hostel also frequently hosts Thai cooking classes, but you need to call for the schedule.