Baiyoke Boutique Hotel
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... of what I am experiencing moment by moment. My world is about to change dramatically. I think this presence is the way I prepare myself for the loss of familiarity I'm about to experience once I hop off the plane in Delhi!! Present, yes... though simultaneously swirling in a state of cold steely fear, and wild anticipation. Feeling very alive.
Hmmmm. Just realized. This is a big part of why I travel. To feel this alive!
Alright... time to sign out and continue purging.
So we have had an amazing 3 days in Bangkok. A few down sides... We found the hotel staff and the tourist information staff to be very rude, probably because they were just after money. We had to pay 10 Baht to even use the phone in the reception and when the tourist information found out we didn't want to buy a tour she suddenly forgot how to speak English. We were harassed by tuktuk drivers wanting to ...
... Thai curry is not very nice. Adam and I bought a waterproof iphone case to take down the the islands with us. This evening we got on the sleeper train to the Surat Thani in the south. This train is not as nice as the one that went to the north - the beds are smaller and it was more shakey. It's not so bad though because with all 16 of us on the train we can play cards or other games to make the time go ...
... parents and we all get in for half price! Well worth having as it is a saving of approx £21.
We select our push bikes ( included in our entrance) though there are also golf buggies and a regular tram trip.
Our day is peppered with exclamations of "Wow!". This place is amazing. I don't know how much it cost but everything is beautifully made from quality materials and expertly crafted. When the guy originally bought the land he had planned to build a golf course ...
Day 3 - late morning
Temperature: hot, 33 Celsius
Weather: Blue sky, cloudy periods
Now that I was finally here in Bangkok, al-le-lu-ia, and even though it's only been for a few hours, I didn’t want to waste any time at all!
I had an agenda in place and wanted to see and do as much as I could during my "four pre-tour days" which I’ve booked independently from ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaiyoke Boutique Hotel Bangkok
10 floor small hotel. Its biggest advantage that it is a branch of Baioke Sky. Guests of Baiyoke Boutique have 2 times discount for visiting Sky reastaurant, museum, swimming pool (the highest in Asia - on the floor 21) and view point.
Also Boutique is situated near Baiyoke Sky, which can be seen from every point in the city. So you will never get lost.
Stafa is helpful, internet is expensive, food is great.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.