Oakwood Residence Sukhumvit Thonglor
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to visit Thailand and Bangkok is the start and end point for pretty much everyone. It has recently been named the most visited city in the world, edging out London. Despite the crowds, visitor numbers are actually down over the last year or so, in part due to the dramatic fall in the value of the Rouble causing Russian tourists to stay at home (even still, Russia are third in the list of visitors going to Thailand, behind China and Malaysia. The UK is ...
... overrun with crowds and tour guides and we decide to avoid it in favour of some last minute shopping in Khao San Road...after all there is still space in the case!! I love this area - its loud and frenetic by night but during the day it is a bit more relaxed with plenty of dining and drinking opportunities.
We decide to end our trip with one more foot massage which we really needed after all the traipsing around in our flip flops. Pure heaven!
I woke up early had some breakfast, which was included in my stay, showered and dressed and waited for the people i met yesterday to wake up. We left around 1030am and caught the BTS train and then a short ferry on the river over to the Grand palace. This was where the Thai royal family used to live. It cost 500 baht to enter which is around £10. The palace was surrounded by temples and was such a huge complex ...
... at two different street stalls. Whether this was down to my poor communication I'm not sure but the word farang (foreigner) was mentioned a few times before they laughed and said sorry.
The night finally ending with a nice old lady who called out to me as I was about to cross the street and to what I assumed would be to asked for help to cross the busy main road but really only actually wanting ...
... Luckily, there was a small, pretty waterfall on the way down and we jumped into the pool as sweat was definitely a prominent guest throughout the day. We drove around for a bit and visited other parts of the island including many other huge Buddhas and a fishermans village however, this appeared to be rather expensive and western and therefore did not live up to the expectation. We spent the evening hanging out at megan and Josh's hotel. It was pretty amazing; their room had a huge ...