The Riverline Guest House

59/1 Soi samsen1 (Lumphu), Bangkok, 10200, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Day One Hundred & Forty Seven:Bangkok & Back Again

A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla


... and I was amazed to hear how articulate their English was. They eagerly answered many questions knowledgeably about the country (I silently prayed Mike wouldn't ask me any questions, I knew nothing!) and even had to use their skills to find out what they could about me. At the end of the class, Mike asked me to sit in front of the board at the front of the class, whilst he wrote words on the board behind me which the girls had to describe to me, only using English. We were ...

Melbourne to Bangkok

A travel blog entry by lillianmerlo


... br> After 9 hours of tossing and turning within our cosy economy class seats we were up and off the plane ready for immigration.
Michael was let in straight away as I stood there while the attendant flicked through my heavily stamped passport looking at me, the screen, the passport, me again, the attendant next to him, me then finally he picked up that infamous blue inked stamp that allowed me to go back to my lavish life in Thailand and pressed it down on ...

Day 2 - My Birthday!

A travel blog entry by garethtownsend

... One problem became very apparent to Kerrie once we were on the main road and queued in heavy Bangkok traffic... she was still wearing her slippers! These were the most obvious slippers I have ever seen. The concierge from the hotel, who hailed us a taxi, must have thought he was dealing with some loonies as Kerrie walks out for a day round Bangkok in slippers! I'm still laughing thinking about it. Anyway we got to the Grand Palace in one piece (just about, after a few near ...

Day 113: Back in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by mfln31


... ve definitely enjoyed the islands more than Bangkok which is how I thought it would be. Kate and Josh have enjoyed shopping for clothes, Josh loved the scuba diving and mum was keen on the nightlife and relaxed, youthful vibe of Koh Tao! Rather predictably dad enjoyed the sun and the odd drink. Lauren and I have another night here after they leave before we fly to Bali, our last stop in Asia. ...

The Land of Smiles

A travel blog entry by wendywoostorer


... creatures and I couldn't help myself from hugging her at every opportunity and as she stared into my eyes, I hoped she has a happy life here in the animal park and receives as much care as she possibly could. Indian elephants can live to 100 years old so I hoped she had a great one. The size of an elephant can be overwhelming but our overriding memory of these amazing creatures was not their size at all, but their gentleness, their grace and their quiet, spiritual nature.

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This hotel, located in the พระนคร area of Bangkok, is near Khao San Road, Lumphini Stadium, Wat Bovornivet, and Phra Athit Road.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Riverline Guest House Bangkok

    Reviewed by claraundstefan

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    Reviewed May 9, 2011
    by (2 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

    Very small but clean room, with good-working air-condition, nice bathroom and hot shower. Did not try the food, but enjoyed the free wifi. Friendly people.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Riverline Guest House Bangkok

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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