In2siam Bed & Breakfast

Address: 4/15 Moo 2 soi Chimpee II Talingchan 14500, Bangkok, 10170, Thailand | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the ตลิ่งชัน area of Bangkok, is near The National Museum Bangkok, Royal Barges National Museum, and Dusit Park.
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      Day 4 Bankok wat pho

      A travel blog entry by chrissiesea on Jan 20, 2002

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      We went to see the reclining Buddha in Wat Pho with a guide. That is the advantage of arranging our own trip, other large groups had one guide for 10 or more people. Our guide was very nice and we could enjoy a joke together but we didn't get a lot of history out of him. He showed us the reclining Buddha, he was enormous, stretching right though …

      And then there were three (Thailand)

      A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Nov 24, 2014

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      ... we walked back via flame tree beach bar on West Railay. The journey back was full of wildlife which distracted me from my traumatic massage episode. In the trees right on the beach were some monkeys, they were more like teddy looking monkeys. They were rolling up the leaves and eating them, later on we found out they are native to only this coastline of Thailand and are called spectacle langurs. Then on the ground was a huge lizard crawling under the sun beds of people sunbathing. ...

      Hello Bangkok, hello humidity

      A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Nov 16, 2014

      ... other side and it was only £3 for both of us!! Guess what we did... In true backpacker style, we took the public transport!! The hostel's actually really nice, the room is like a squash court quite big with high ceilings. There's not an awful lot in there but the bed's massive and there's wifi (only use one device at a time though). The one draw back is that it's a shared bathroom- but even that's not too bad! It's on our floor and kept clean. We ...

      Postcards and Fo-tography

      A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Nov 13, 2014

      ... it won't surprise you that we are addicted to the food here, like every other...well 99% of tourists and what's not to love when food is the physical embodiment of our senses. We have 5 cook books already, not exactly sure if that's my total 20kg, but with 7 meals a day and every dish requiring a flower of garlic per serve...I have a lot to learn and am half tempted to stay another 6 weeks to do the full master cooking class. ...

      First stop Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by jolouisejackson on Sep 23, 2014

      ... bars and restaurants surround Khao San Road. It's very easy to not explore the non tourist parts of the city as everything you need is right on your doorstep, including endless options for planned day trips and planning your next move. We did many of the standard tourist attractions, the Reclining Buddha, Golden Mountain, Tiger Temple and floating market among many other temples and monuments. The Khoa San Road strip at night can be compared to the standard ...