Serene Bangkok

Address: 159 / 5 Soi Ratchadapisek 46 / 1, Bangkok, 10900, Thailand | B&B
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This B&B, located in the บางรัก area of Bangkok, is near Chatuchak Market, Mo Chit Market, Or Tor Kor (OTK), and Thailand Segway Tours.
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      Up with the birds

      A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Oct 23, 2014

      4 photos

      ... of the prisoners working to build this survived, very humbling! We arrived the The River Kwai Jungle View Hotel at about 6pm. What the hotel lacked in amenities , it made up for in scenery and position. It was located on a bend in the river and the accomodation was floating on rafts on the river, the rooms were basic but clean and comfortable. There was a nice Thai Buffet for dinner and an early night was certainly on the ...

      Big Buddahs

      A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Oct 06, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... as suddenly as it started. We wandered around taking in the beautiful architecture for a while before visiting the Emerald Buddah (which, strangely, is made out of jade rather than emerald). Unfortunately, we were not allowed to take photos inside the temple but I managed a blurry one from outside. The Emerald Buddah sat on top of a beautiful golden throne. There is a really interesting history to the Emerald Buddah, which is certainly ...

      Bangkok. A reason they don't call it Bangcu**

      A travel blog entry by simmshady on Jul 26, 2014

      13 photos

      ... both of us falling asleep during the massage which the ladies in there thought was hilarious. We exited and headed to the airport. I must also mention that the massages were amazingly cheap even at the best place in town which we went to a full Thai massage was £12 whilst a head and neck was just £6 each for an hour. I you ever travel to bangkok the massages are simply amazing and cheap. Just check out trip advisor first. Anyway our next chapter started in Melbourne. Off we ...

      The long ' road' to Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by maja86 on Jun 09, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... at night was perfect!
      That night, I wanted to take a look at the well-known Khao San Road, a.k.a. the Mecca of backpackers/tourists. Whether it's because of the coup or just off-season, the street was far less crowded than I was expecting it to be. Here, Anna, Emma and me had dinner and Mojito's for 120 Baht, which is around 2,50 Euro's! I'm already starting to like Thailand ;)
      After the cocktails we walked around on Khao San ...

      The Longest Journey Ever!

      A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on May 12, 2014

      ... then continued onto the border of Cambodia and Thailand. We had to queue and get our fingerprints scanned as we left Cambodia and then had to take our luggage through the immigration check point with Thailand (and to get another new stamp!). The Thai border officials all wear colour coordinated Hawaiian shirts too which looked cool. Once through the border we then waited on the other side for everyone else to pass through the control area and then get back on the ...