Bangkok YWCA

Address: 13 Sathorn Tai Road, Bangkok, 10120, Thailand | Hostel
 
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      Postcards and Fo-tography

      A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Nov 13, 2014

      ... roots, to enjoy the polite friendliness even when negotiating with the Thai's. A trait that has probably done this culture some disservices in fighting for dominance, but one that is an example I would love our future generations to treasure...even if their Siam genes are deep down in their veins. So, while we may not be sending too many postcards from this one, because they don't do the place justice anyway. We are already searching for ...

      Rest day and train to Chiang Mai

      A travel blog entry by sarah1990 on Nov 03, 2014

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      Quite tired today from all the walking round China town yesterday, so stayed in and did a bit of reading, then popped to the shops to stock up on supplies for the train... Which is where I am now! Still in Bangkok station, should be leaving in about 10 minutes. Apparently some of the trains derail/get held up by bandits, but I'm sure it'll be fine! The carriage is ...

      Day 2 - Arrival/Sonkran Festival

      A travel blog entry by liamrayner on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... put on my swim shorts and a singlet and get ready for the crazy water fight for a couple of hours. I walk out of the hotel and it's crazy. There are people everywhere running around throwing water and squirting water guns at anyone that walks past them. Luckily in the hotel they are selling water proof bags for your phone and money. I walk out and within two minutes I am soaking. I go to the closest person selling the water guns and I get the best one available.

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      Is that all you're packing?

      A travel blog entry by richardensten on Jun 22, 2014

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      ... does stop at a set of lights there is usually a countdown timer till they can go again. A lot of the time it counts down from around a minute. However anything between 0-10 seconds is a sort of grey area where if you fancy yourself you can give it a shot. Staying in a hotel just one road away from the infamous Khao San Road has it's benefits and it's drawbacks. On the plus side - street food, restaurants and cold beer are in abundance. I only had to walk ...

      Sawatdee Kaa!

      A travel blog entry by ripo0005 on May 24, 2014

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      ... performance I have ever seen. The staging, lighting, set, and special effects were incredible. Apparently, the stage that we saw the show at holds the Guinness World Record for the tallest stage in the world (it was 60m high)!

      Today I learned:

      1) That every day of the week in Thailand represents a different color. For example, Tuesday is pink and Friday is blue. People tend to wear these colors on the days of the ...