King Royal 2

Address: 291/6 Krungthongburi Rd, Bangkok, 10600, Thailand | Condo
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        Travel Blogs from Bangkok

        First days in Bangkok

        A travel blog entry by ekhunt on Aug 10, 2014

        1 comment, 12 photos

        I have spent my first days in Bangkok getting to know the city and people. A private room in a guest house and a dorm style room with other single travelers have both provided good night's rest. My bunk mates in the latter are other single travelers from around the world, including Boulder, CO. On Monday I wandered the city exploring parks and various streets. I was twice was convinced to take oddly cheap tuktuk rides(in the general direction I wanted to go). Once to a ...

        Dejanusorn School

        A travel blog entry by jennagroters on May 22, 2014

        1 comment, 43 photos

        ... Pat, Durn, Yindee, Tongkao. It is quite hard to learn children names.. which is weird for me because I am normally pretty good with name! Teaching English is pretty fun because a lot of it involves playing games which the kids love. Sometimes it is hard to get your point across because they don't understand a lot of what I say. I have a Thai assistant teacher in most of my classes but she doesn't understand much of what I say either. The kids ...


        A travel blog entry by rangjill on May 15, 2014

        5 comments, 37 photos

        ... eyes, believers seemed overly generous with their donations, while living in poverty. To understand and learn more, we hired a guide to take us around the Buddhist temple. Our guide explained that the lotus flower--which is seen everywhere in temples, depicted in drawings, and growing in pots filled with water--is a cultural symbol, represented in the way Thai people put their hands together to greet, thank another or to pray. The lotus flower is also a symbol of ...

        Running around

        A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout on Apr 30, 2014

        2 photos

        ... I have my visa,flights and 4 days accommodation. I've been advised that lots of hotels and tourist sites are controlled by the government which means the "fees" end up in officials private accounts etc .So I'm going to try and use locals once there, if I can that is? Again if I want to go to certain areas I have to "buy" a permit from the government I'm told, see how that pans out once there? At the time of writing I'm informed there are very few ATM,s and ...

        The highs and lows of this trip

        A travel blog entry by valetroy on Mar 03, 2014

        ... late night drinking hole.
        2) Dayunan, El Nido, Philippines - a noisy, airless box of a room next to
        the reception desk.
        3) Circus School and Backpackers', Pai, Thailand - cold, draughty and
        filthy shared facilities down a muddy slope.

        Worst experiences
        1) Jungle trek, Bilit, Sabah, Malaysia - it took 2 weeks for the blisters
        to heal.
        2) Trying to find Tupai Tupai restaurant, KL, Malaysia - a hot, sweaty ...