The Bhuthorn

Address: 96-98 Phraeng Bhuthorn Rd., Bangkok, 10200, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the พระนคร area of Bangkok, is near Grand Palace, Mini Angkor Wat, and The Upper Terrace.
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      Travel Blogs from Bangkok

      Wat Pho and the Reclining Buddha

      A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 31, 2014

      4 photos

      ... silk making and weaving communities, to preserve the traditional designs, and to promote this female dominated cottage industry by wearing Thai silk at national and international functions. I hope everything the exhibit suggested is true because it all looked to be an excellent project. However, that said there was nothing in the shop we felt we could afford. Another brilliant thing about the visit was that it rained most of the time we were in ...

      Thailand - Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on May 16, 2014

      140 photos

      ... s throne. The image remained in Laos for 226 years until 1778 when a Thai army captured Vientiane and the image was brought back to Thailand.

      There are several restrictions imposed on all visitors of the Royal Monastery. For example I had to take off my shoes, I wasn´t allowed to take any pictures and it was necessary to be quiet. I myself committed a little faux pas when I sat down and started reading a flyer dedicated to the Royal Monastery and its Emerald Buddha ...

      Day 1 - Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by bbiisshh on Apr 05, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... firstly to get to it we had to get a rammed ferry to the other side of the river, on arriving at the temple there were some very cute child monks, after having our picture we went on to climb up the temple which is harder than it sounds pretty steep steps and with Paige's long dress not practical! After this we returned to the driver and then went on to the reclining Buddha, basically another temple with a lot of gold in it but still pretty cool to go to once. Once we had seen the ...

      Hanoi, Vietnam

      A travel blog entry by japrenty on Mar 01, 2014

      ... good laugh at that. Went to bed earlish that night. Next day we walked around the city trying to get my bearings. It's a really crazy place! Crossing the road is insane, basically you just keep walking and they dodge you. The first thing in the morning when we left to see the town some guy saw my shoe was slightly broke so he literally grabbed the shoe off me, put glue on and started threading it back together. He then cut the thread with a huge knife! He asked me for 500,000 ...

      Tuks Tuks, Ladyboys, & LotsaSuits!: Bangkok pt 1

      A travel blog entry by freeingfuller on Nov 28, 2013

      ... know the dynamic of Thailand then, and soon realised I had probably paid twice the amount for my room online (thanks Agoda).

      Everything at first was a surreal blur. Up until I checked in, showered, and gave my dad a call, I was pretty much trotting about in big (smelly, carbonated) bubble. It then hit me how far I'd come, what I was doing, and what was just about to happen to my life. I went to the first bar down Khao San that appealed to me. I never ...