Golden Pearl Residences

Address: 69 Sukumvit 101/1 Road, Bangkok, 10260, Thailand | 4 star condo
 
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Location

This 4 star condo, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Ancient City (Muang Boran), Museum of Forensic History, Wat Phra Si Sanphet, and Samutprakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Sleep, pool and night market

    A travel blog entry by diberry on Mar 13, 2015

    4 comments, 11 photos

    Finally I woke at about 1p.m. - 15 hours but it was two nights sleep in one!!

    So I set off to explore - I was very taken by this shop!! !
    Despite having written down the directions and having a map I still managed to go in the opposite way to the one I should have taken. No surprises there! I love how there are little "houses" everywhere - much like an ornate wooden birdhouse but it's a tiny ...

    Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by sammi.collinge on Jan 27, 2015

    25 photos

    ... as soon as the last person stepped off the bus drove off. We were told the bus was dropping us off at Khaosan Road however all the tuk tuk drivers were telling us we were miles away and it costs 150 baht each to get there. Bangkok is really bad for ripping off tourists and so we didn't really trust them. We had met two German guys on the bus (which was very strange as they have done nearly exactly the same route as me at the same time, even staying in the same ...

    Jim Morris's house

    A travel blog entry by jroe on Jan 24, 2015

    29 photos

    ... skinny and has a pointy head and long ears, which symbolize long life. The Chinese Buddha is the big fat happy Buddha. In the Buddha’s temple there was a small glass case which contained gifts and a thank you note from President Obama’s visit from a few years ago. At the back of the temple were 108 donation pots. If you donate 20 baht, they will give you a pile of 1 baht notes that you can throw into each of the 108 pots. 108 is ...

    Welcoming the New Year

    A travel blog entry by faitheisenberg on Dec 31, 2014

    5 photos

    ... stop, and then joined the throng.

    The streets were lined with tons of vendors selling familiar and unfamiliar items. One of the most popular buys of the night by Thais were light up bows, crowns, and bunny ears. On a side note, the Thai people tend to “dress up” a lot more than Americans do. For everyday purposes, they tend to wear business casual or at least trendy clothing. There were so many people at Central ...

    Bangkok... The city that never sleeps!

    A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Dec 01, 2014

    169 photos

    ... then decided to recharge her batteries with a nap. I, on the other hand recharged in a different way, with a good ol' thai massage! Oh my Buddha was it ever amazing! If you've never experienced a massage of this nature, don't expect a relaxing massage. Those little thai people can twist and stretch and contort your body until all the tension is gone. We spent the remainder of the day wandering the streets of Bangkok, we took a little ferry ride tour down the river and ...