The Regent Silom Hotel
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... won't do it justice. We were dressed a little to "scandalous" in our shorts in tank tops and had to rent clothes to get in. We were laughing the whole time because we did not match at all and were in very frumpy clothing. It cost 500 baht to get in. Which 30 baht= about $1. So not super expensive, but defiantly a tourist trap. There were so many tourist inside it was a ...
... so we moved our bags, had some hot chocolate and went to sleep in our classy hotel room! The next day we had lie in’s and then went out to walk around Silom, even though it was ******* it down. Then we went to Terminal 21 shopping mall for some lunch in the cheapest and nicest food court we have found to date! result! We then hung out at the hotel for a bit with Ginger whilst Anna and Jim got foot massages. We ate dinner again that night in Cabbages and Condoms, ...
... managed to watch the sunset, and happened to catch happy hour buy one get one free drinks.. Well after two VERY expensive drinks each, a beautiful view of the sunset and seeing the night lights of Bangkok we went back down to ground level and had dinner at a lovely Italian restaurant with the most delicious food. We both had pasta..after a month having thai food, this was a delicious meal. We then walked to the closest sky train station, through the sky walk, which happened ...
... shutters on every window which pleased Charles particularly! The town is built on a peninsular between the two rivers and is home to 33 Buddhist temples as well as being amongst beautiful green countryside. Quite rightly it has become a tourist centre and a place to visit to do a cooking course, go on a trek, visit temples, practice yoga etc. We could have stayed here much longer than 3 days. In order to make the most of it we did the main sightseeing on day one after a decent ...
... to go to this little building at the front and they provide you with clothes for a deposit of 200 baht each. However they were purple and actually quite jazzy looking so didn't mind on the whole. They did make us hot though as we had to wear them over our clothes. walked Next we walked down to the Reclining Buddha (Wat Phra Chetuphon) or as I have renamed it the Lazy Buddha! It's a beautiful golden Buddha which is 15 m high and 43 m long. The feet ...