The Regent Silom Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of The Regent Silom Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews The Regent Silom Hotel Bangkok
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... that in order to get to the next Wat, we needed to cross the Chao Phraya river that cuts through Bangkok. There is ferry that costs 3 Baht (9 cents) so we headed for the ferry. Before that we of courses stopped for some pad thai from local street vendors for 60 Baht ($1.83). This was my first real local dish experience not from an airport, I was not disappointed :-) Among many things Asians take pride in that I see is lacking in cultures I am familiar with is their ...
Our adventure started as soon as we were dropped off at the airport by my parents! We hadn't even checked in when we ran into Jeff and Julia who are booked on same two week adventure to Bangkok and Myanmar. Before we finished checking in we met Cathie and Don, the other Calgarians on the trip. Catching up and comparing notes over coffees in the lounge, led us to our first leg of trip, an eleven hour flight to Narita, Japan. Several movies, two ...
... food court, just incase the shops weren't enough. We certainly didn't have the kind of money to shop with here, so headed straight up to the cinema, bought our tickets and popcorn and grabbed our seats.
In my opinion, Fury was a disappointment. World War 2 has been done so brilliantly by movies and series alike (Band of Brothers, Inglorious *******s etc) that I found Fury felt clunky, with poorly composed characters and a predictable storyline. Paul felt quite the ...
... but have lived the last forty years in Sunderland. They seem to adore her a bit!
She has also been awarded a badge by Princess declaring that she is a VIP. No one other than Cruise ship staff has the badge she has on. Time to go now...we have just docked in Thailand the port of Laem Chabang. (Lam shabam!)
We will update tonight after we return. We have a 2 hour journey to look foward to now into Bangkok.
First time to fly with Fin-air and was not that impressed. Not much of a vegetarian choice, food wise. Their choice is either take it or leave it. At their international airport the prices for basics are ridiculous for example a packet of crisps is £4.50 and a bottle of water is about £3. The flight was smooth with no disturbances until a lady started to have a go at the air hostess for telling her it is against regulations for letting her child sleep on ...