In2siam Bed & Breakfast

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 …

    Bangkok, Thailand

    A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Jul 30, 2014

    17 photos

    ... see people inside, now I'm thick but jog on guys. Wat Pho is the oldest temple in Bangkok dating back to the 16th century and includes a 46m long 15m high reclining gold Buddha it was really lovely just to wonder around for a couple of hours. Our next stop (much to Matts distress-who does two temples in one day apparently) was Wat Phrase Keaw which is also known as the temple of the emerald Buddha. We were lucky enough to jump on a tour with Ken who took us on ...

    A Room With A View

    A travel blog entry by louloubelle on Jul 12, 2014

    10 photos

    ... The smaller of the two bathrooms has a huge window in the shower. We also have a washing machine:). Even here, it would have cost us a small fortune to have all our laundry done at this point (there was a lot of it!). Bangkok has a great sky train system that will take you just about anywhere in the city. I decided that we needed to experience this mode of transport so after talking to one of the front desk staff (he happened to be Filipino and speaks my dialect), we set off ...

    This little piggy went to the market...

    A travel blog entry by hjurecko on Jun 27, 2014

    11 comments, 7 photos

    ... hands. She was a petite middle aged woman that was dressed to the nines and reeked like an entire bottle of perfume. I contemplated running back upstairs to change the garbage I had on. She seemed surprised that I was alone and joked about fetching me a boyfriend in order to split the cost of the trip. We both laughed and walked outside together waiting for our driver. Across the way were school children playing about and hanging out the windows waving at us. Our driver showed ...

    Bangkok (slight return)

    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on May 13, 2014

    ... 8217;s an early start – the embassy opens at nine, and we want to be in the queue before that.  We head down to the pier and jump on a ferry south, getting off at pier 1 where we can get on the Skytrain.  We exit public transport and walk the last few hundred metres – the queue outside the embassy makes it very obvious where the visa office is!  There’s maybe ...