Samsen 5 Lodge

58/1 Soi Samsen 5, Bangkok, 10300, Thailand | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by valetroy


... same street, and eventually we got to our hotel - the cost was 40% less even before her contribution.
Ko Lipe really is a beautiful island (away from Pattaya Beach and Walking Street), although expensive considering most supplies are bought in Lankawi, Malaysia, which is duty free and closer than mainland Thailand! I'd love to visit again and have a hut right on Sunrise beach.

Back in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by tkerrone


... some amazing meals. I realize that we still have had great meals if we had been on our own, but Vaughn took us to places that we would never have discovered. Once we were inside, he gave suggestions as to what was good to eat. This was especially helpful each time we went to a new country. For example, in Hoi An he told us about Cau Lok, a speciality noodle dish only made in Hoi An. 7. On our final night, Vaughn took us ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by jor00095

On the second day of my trip not feeling very relaxed due to the performance of the storm, I went to the Siam city park.  They have wave pools and water slides, so basically a water park but bigger than anything in Australia.  The wave pool holds the Guinness World record for the biggest one in the world,  I can't wait to go on the water slide and have fun in the water and ...

Bangkok Emerald Buddha-Kings Palace

A travel blog entry by seejay

... for awhile, water tooooo cold to go in. Tom and I take a walk to the attached mall. We have a surprisingly great tempura meal at their food court if you could call it that. It had so many restaurants , we were served by polite young people. Miso soup, shrimp ,veggies, rice and green iced tea for 159 baht, which is under $5 bucks each! A great 2 hour walk. Back to hotel. Gotta get up early in the ...

From the train to Phitsanulock

A travel blog entry by sjandemma


... and walked around Chinatown. (Beth, we looked for the infamous pad Thai stall, but after seeing many corners with many stalls ended up eating spicy pork soup) Being on a train and finally out of a big city makes us feel like the adventure is finally happening!
Books read on the journey:
Sarajane- Wolf of Wall Street
Emma - The Keeper of Lost Causes

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This hotel, located in the ห้วยขวาง area of Bangkok, is near Siam Niramit, Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), Royal City Avenue, and Rajadamnurn Stadium.
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