Bbb Inn

Address: 918 Rama 4 Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the จอมทอง area of Bangkok, is near Wat Mongkonbophit, Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit), JEATH War Museum, and Kamthieng House (The Siam Society).
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Harry is refused entry to a tuk tuk

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Mar 29, 2015

    1 photo

    ... simply to amble at my own pace, around the streets and shops of the Khao San road. I evaded nineteen further offers of a tuk tuk, twelve attempted suit fittings and a handful of massages before coming to rest in a decent little restaurant where I ate and watched the world go by. And the world here is full of douchebags. I swear in some undiscovered corner of the universe in a distant galaxy, there may be a place with a greater concentration of weirdos than Khao ...

    Bangkok - the city of extremes!

    A travel blog entry by martinmcgeorge on Feb 28, 2015

    12 comments, 28 photos

    ... infectiously at our amazement!

    Chef Leez Cooking School is the number one thing to do in Bangkok according to TripAdviser. It certainly proved it's reputation today. Whilst it was in a very poor section of Bangkok and the building was very basic, Chef Leez herself was such a character and her cooking skills and tips were so good, we can see why people love going there so much. The cooking class began with a trip to the ...

    A lovely, long, lazy looking Buddha

    A travel blog entry by liz_h24 on Jan 19, 2015

    2 comments

    ... Chinese stone statues guarding the doorways everywhere. Apparently they'd originally been used as ballast in ships from China but then left to guarding entrances to temples and courtyards. There were also hundreds of Buddha statues everywhere - took us over two hours to walk round the whole place and it was baking! So we finished up and headed to a little cafe for icey coffee and air con. The tourist river boat ...

    Cambodia to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by bethany_ on Oct 31, 2014

    4 photos

    ... as the police were apparently on their way, haha it was completely harmless but we left just in case! Khao San road was packed, surprisingly bumping into more people from back home is a reminder of how much of a small world it is! There was no point in sleeping as I had to be up at 5.30 to make my way to Koh Tao with Lauren by coach and boat whilst the others flew, we took the cheaper and longer option as always! Finding the coach station in pitch black ...

    Rachawithi Neighborhood

    A travel blog entry by naomi.spencer on Oct 05, 2014

    2 photos

    ... girl playing the recorder, an adolescent boy playing some type of reed pipe instrument and an elderly man drunkenly singing. The senses are overloaded by delicious smells of street food ranging from bagged coffee, roasting meats, and peppered fruit. Everyone once in awhile there is a wafting rotting smell that fortunately passes but adds to the experience. The city's soundtrack includes transportation announcements, yelling vendors, ...