Baan Saladaeng

Address: 69/2 Soi Saladaeng, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 69/2 Soi Saladaeng, Bangkok, is near Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, and Deoksu Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Crazy Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by kathrynnisbet on May 02, 2015

    33 photos

    ... just checked out of the hostel and am getting the sleeper train at 7pm to Krabi, which means I have 7 hours to waste, not great when your backpack is as heavy as mine. I just found a bar with free WiFi in time, a thunder storm has just started and everyone is running for cover.

    Once in Krabi I plan to spent a while exploring the beaches and islands, a bit of a rest after a crazy week in Bangkok.


    Good Friday???????

    A travel blog entry by tmarts on Apr 03, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... down. Release will depend on quite a few factors- fitness level , blood pressure over several days after activity, any chest pain ( which he hasn't had since admission), also the ok from aviation doctor and cardiologist. So - in no way are we getting excited - but there is a tiny glimmer at the end of this horrendous tunnel.
    We had a visit from Dr K - an American trained, Thai speaking Airline doctor. In a nutshell - he ...

    Bangkok has me now

    A travel blog entry by emmaandsophie on Mar 11, 2015


    ... him. At the station we bought our tickets for the overnight sleeper train to Chiang Mai that left Bangkok that night. We walked to Chinatown and got completely absorbed by the street markets running between the main roads. We were on a shopping mission for clothes for volunteering- after reading the handbook a few days ago we learnt we need to be in smart casual clothes and don't think our travelling clothes will qualify! Quote of the day goes to Emma who said ...

    Thank you Police officers of Kamphaeng Phet

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Feb 12, 2015

    5 photos

    ... first "no" and I could hear that the people involved were trying to find a solution for us. Eventually I accompanied the young police office to our camper vans, where there was already a bit of a crowd gathering, and a pharmacist told us that the police were going to escort us to a UNESCO site which is under 24 hour guard. We lucked out again.


    Jim Morris's house

    A travel blog entry by jroe on Jan 24, 2015

    29 photos

    ... but they are large at the base and pointy on top and they are used to keep people’s ashes in after they are cremated. At the Wat Po temple, it is the tomb for the royal family and other very well-known famous and I am sure rich families of Bangkok. There is a spot for the top monks as well, I assume. You walk through the Wat Po structure and find Buddha statues everywhere. There are large rooms to pray in with big elaborate Buddha ...