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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    A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on May 19, 2015

    ... lunch as I was hungry, my first taste of Thai. Eventually we could check in so we went up to our 22 bed dorm. It was so cool, you wouldn't know there were so many bunks as they are on either side of a kind of corridor and each little section has four bunks but there is a separator you can pull down between them. We were so tired by this point so we tried to sleep ...

    Cooked with culture

    A travel blog entry by chimera85 on Apr 04, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... bit of schadenfreude at my expense. On the ferry back I quickly grabbed what I thought was two 20 Baht notes to pay the 40 Baht fee. After I got off the boat I went to change one of the two $20 notes I had taken in case I was running low on Baht. That certainly was an expensive ferry ride. Do the maths and I think you will feel my pain! The Guide on the boat kept saying that we should spend money in Thailand so I hope he got his cut of ...

    Funky Gibbons

    A travel blog entry by sumac on Feb 17, 2015

    5 photos

    ... very exciting! We stop here a while and he gently maneuvers the boat to get us better views. Then when he thinks we've had out fill of this we put-put away. We soon stop engines again, quite close to the shore and here it's easy to spot a troupe of much smaller monkeys, langur and pig tailed macaques. They are noisy and very active. They clamber amongst the plants by the waters edge pulling branches down to th. eir mouths to bite off new ...

    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.


    Good morning #Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by wanderlustyogi on Jan 30, 2015

    10 photos

    ... the city for sure. Dinner with her friend at a local spot she's gunna take us to after she's finished with some of her work, and a going away party of a mutual friend of ours (we just made a few weeks/months back) tonight on what we've been told is a sickass rooftop! So it'll be so awesome to mingle and see some of their nightlife - not the typical "Hangover II" nightlife.. (Haha) [ Continued ] Ended up grabbing a late breakfast at one of the street vendors in ...