The Asadang

94 Asadang Rd., Bangkok, 10200, Thailand | B&B
Prices starting from $90.00
 

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Thailand, A Land of Smiles and Coups

A travel blog entry by lswers

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... of rich smells- mostly good, sometimes bad--, almost all food is completely foreign and unrecognizable to me, all set along the backdrop of motorcycle and "tuk-tuk" engines from the street. Though there was a complete language barrier, Thais convey warmth and friendliness through their genuine smiles, which puts me at ease. My breakfast was delicious: mini-thai coconut pudding pancakes, fresh pineapple, and strong coffee.

I came back to the hostel and tried ...

Day 1 - Bangkok

A travel blog entry by bbiisshh

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... firstly to get to it we had to get a rammed ferry to the other side of the river, on arriving at the temple there were some very cute child monks, after having our picture we went on to climb up the temple which is harder than it sounds pretty steep steps and with Paige's long dress not practical! After this we returned to the driver and then went on to the reclining Buddha, basically another temple with a lot of gold in it but still pretty cool to go to once. Once we had seen the ...

Museum and ID Card 3

A travel blog entry by budabbottblog

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... Presley, Time of Our Live by Greene day, Save Me San Francisco by Train, and a few others. Fun. Late in the evening we caught the BST to the river and took a boat down to Asiatique night market. I bought Tom a new ukulele with a pick up. Tom bought a hard case for it. We bought a few gifts to bring home and made sure we did not get the last boat or the last BST. We may not get everything right in our travels but once painfully burned we don't make the same mistake ...

Shopping through the war zone

A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe

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... the country into 2 separate areas. We waded through and entered this massive 7 story mall. We spent the next few hours shopping for a selection of items including silks, camera gear and clothing. We stopped for diner at a cook it yourself restaurant, where she had a veggie platter, which she boiled herself on the table in front of us, and i had a wide selection of meats, which was very fondue type meal, and pretty good. The staff were watching and helping us often as we had ...

Hoi An, Danang, Ho Chi Minh city and Bangkok

A travel blog entry by ldobree

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... interested in religion- I'm not saying I'm converting but I realise I know very little about other religions (should have listened more in RE) but it's very interesting and Buddhism in particular has such a strong presence in Thai culture that I'm quite keen to learn more about it. Anyway, after that we did the grand palace and the temple of the emerald Buddha- which is a huge complex (over 94.5 hectares) with equally (if not more so) impressive buildings to wat pho. The emerald ...

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This B&B, located on 94 Asadang Rd., Bangkok, is near JEATH War Museum, Silom Village, Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall, and Wat Mongkonbophit.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Asadang Bangkok

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding