The Bhuthorn

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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    A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock on May 06, 2014

    ... a million times but the majority of the time it just felt like I was being pounded into the floor, not as relaxing as I thought it was gonna be! The head and neck message was however heaven. Afterwards they even gave us free tea (not real tea, it was yellow and smelt like biscuits) however the whole thing cost £4 so can't complain! After that we got lunch and headed back to the hotel, this is when ...

    Bangkok day 1

    A travel blog entry by zacandclaire on Jan 23, 2014

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    ... tried to take us to some jewel place but zac refused to get out of the cab. Here in Bangkok many of the taxi drivers try to sell you different things like tours to make extra cash. We decided to first check out the Grand Palace. This used to be the private home and temples for the king of Siam. It was built by Rama the first in the 1700s. The place was impressive. There facility was on 68 acres! It reminded me so much of the King and I. Lol! We got out tickets ...

    Day 30

    A travel blog entry by choward14 on Dec 01, 2013

    Up early, packed my bag, did some little jobs, then headed out to post my Christmas presents home. Went for a bite to eat, then went for a traditional Thai massage. I swear this woman wanted to at one point, bend my legs the lotus position behind my head, my foot was genuinely behind my ear! I felt amazing afterwards though! Set off to the airport on another nightmare bus journey! I'm gutted to be leaving South East Asia, if I'm honest, I don't feel quite done with it yet, ...

    Welcome to Thailand!

    A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23 on Oct 17, 2013

    14 photos

    ... and then camp and then special needs Deaf camp and then volunteering as a dishwasher/doing the ASL course and then job interview stress and then camp UK craziness then 6 weeks of Indian deaf school couchsurfing that I feel ... Guilty(?) for this hedonistic lifestyle out here ... The concept that some people have been bumming around on koh phangan for 14 days just sleeping, beaching and drinking initially felt unnatural to me. But I think I'm convincing my body that this ...

    Unexpected Development

    A travel blog entry by sarita.needham1 on Dec 26, 2008

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... did a lot of shopping as the prices were very low compared to our Canadian standards. We shopped in small markets, along busy streets, and in enormous malls. One of these malls was a 7 story mall filled with ONLY electronics. We scoured this mall for great deals for technology we would normally pay several times the price. In the end, we were so overwhelmed with the millions of gadgets in each individual shop that we barely bought anything there. ...