Sitdhi Guest House

2 Rambutri Soi, Chao Fa Rd., Bangkok, 10200, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Samui, Muay Thai and the King's Birthday!

A travel blog entry by jrubin


Kho Samui proved to be a little bit ****. It was over priced, rained non-stop the first few days and was dominated by older white guys with young Thai girls, not really the scene we were looking for. But we made the most of it, frequently walking the streets employing our bartering skills to limited success. There was the Duncan 'they quote 250 I …


A travel blog entry by helena.greg

I arrived in Bangkok and had until midnight to extend my visa or leave the country it was the making for a stressful and very long morning.

It began with my bus from the south pulling into the outskirts of Bangkok at 4.30am leaving travellers waiting for public transport to leave for the centre of the city, eventually we were off, I …

Meeting Jim Thompson and others

A travel blog entry by travelwriter723


... banks in either Japan or Thailand.

Fueled with Bhat, the Thai currency, we started out for the Jim Thompson House.

For me, Thompson appears as a fascinating character, and the kind of individual from which a novel could be set.

Born in Greenville, Del. in 1906, Thompson was a Princeton-trained architect who settled in Bangkok in 1945. Thompson was an operative for the OSS, the fore-running of the CIA. After the ...

A haven amid the chaos of Bangkok

A travel blog entry by stu900


... on, for several more kilometers before I decided it was time to turn around and head back. A motorcycle taxi soon came along and 60 Baht took me right back to the pier. After recrossing the river I took another bike to Quen Sirikit MRT station which was just one stop away from Asok, where I took the BTS back to Nana, feeling very tired but very happy to have visited Bang Krachao.

In the evening i returned to ...

Three Nights in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by joandtim2013


... by a proposed amnesty bill that would have pardoned Thai politicians Abhisit Vejjajiva and Suthep Thaugsuban over corruption charges, Anti-government protesters began an 'occupation' of Bangkok on 13 January, blocking major road Intersections in the centre of the city. The news has been reporting Sporadic violence, including shootings, bomb attempts and grenades thrown ...


This hotel, located in the พระนคร area of Bangkok, is near Khao San Road, Lumphini Stadium, The National Museum Bangkok, and Phra Athit Road.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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