Bangkok Living

Pradipat, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand | Condo
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My Favorite Bangkok Toddler Activities

A travel blog entry by nsevers


... 8217;t have a pramless two year old along.

Finally, from the riverfront, we entered Wat Prohm, and walked past its school. We found a vendor for water and juice etc. And across from the Stupa, we found the entrance to the “Turtle Mountain” Garden. There was a donation table where we bought a bowl of sliced bananas for the turtles, and some fish food for the koi.

Oh what an enchanting garden spot. Like a true ...

Boats, Cars and Planes

A travel blog entry by sarahjayne87

... and dived into the front of the minibus. An hour and 40mins later we arrived at the airport and boarded the flight to Bangkok. Using public transport from the airport to the hotel went without a hitch and we finally crashed around 6. A quick look at the travel guide and out for a note to eat and back ...

A Bangkok Party

A travel blog entry by ralfthebear


... rooftop bar, and a delicious discreet dinner at the exclusive La Table de Tee, Bangkok's first "chef's table" (, then we disappeared through the back door of a noodle shop to appear in the notorious speakeasy den of Maggie Choo's ( y/890585/maggie-choos-brings-shanghai-s tyle-moods-and-cabaret-to)' the ultimate Gentlemens club, where I got into swing with one of the ...

Week one - The chaos of Bangkok

A travel blog entry by elgraham10


... found a tiny restaurant. We stopped there for some pad Thai and a quick check of the guide book. The food came (forks provided!) and because we'd just found out wat arun closed early, had a leisurely meal and a chat. The next day was new years so had to make a plan.

We finished our meals and decided to go and find some other temples in town. After a long walk we ended up at a temple in the middle of town that wasn't really a tourist spot. There were lots of monks in ...

Temple tour in Ayutthaya

A travel blog entry by chantalgratton


... to fill up the 4 hours we paid for - even though we only really got about 3 hours). We did see quite a lot of nice ruins, which made Chantal happy. She especially loves Khmer temple and ruins (Cambodian style), which is another strong point for returning to Cambodia. Katrine even enjoyed herself, preferring the white Burmese (Myanmar) styled temple. We even went to a 'floating market' where Katrine really enjoyed herself as the vendors kept offering her free ...

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This condo, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Bangkok, is near Mo Chit Market, Vimanmek Mansion, Victory Monument, and Or Tor Kor (OTK).
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