Discovery Lodge

Address: 234 Rachadaphisek Road, Bangkok, Thailand | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the ห้วยขวาง area of Bangkok, is near Siam Niramit, Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), Royal City Avenue, and Rajadamnurn Stadium.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiscovery Lodge Bangkok

Reviewed by hannahandnug

Nice although a little way out

Reviewed Jan 27, 2011
by (1 review) Taunton , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Discovery Lodge has addiquit facilities and the rooms are spacious. We have a double bed a tv room and bathroom all in an appartment all to our selves which is nice. Only downfall is it is a bit of a trek from the centre of Bangkok so for our first night was a little daunting as we appear to me some of the only forigners around this area. All good though.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Discovery Lodge Bangkok

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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Three Wats, Two Tuk Tuks, and One Scorpion…

A travel blog entry by vincentteschel on Nov 01, 2014

40 photos

... It may have been the jet lag or the fatigue but leave it to me to forget what country I was flying to because the second I stepped into the taxi at the airport I realized that in Thailand, we drive on the LEFT side of the road because the steering wheel was on the right. Oops. Needless to say if the huge backpack and white skin didn’t give me away, the driver sure knew I was a tourist now. We drove about 30 minutes to the main backpackers area in Bangkok known ...

Wat Pho and the Reclining Buddha

A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 31, 2014

4 photos

... there were many other shrines and temples with a bewildering array of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas (an enlightened being) all in beautifully decorated buildings. I clearly have little understanding of Buddhism or I would be able to enlighten you on the subtlety of each building's differences. In one building, ornate and glittery as ever, were sat a party of secondary school children in a neat uniform of long pleated skirts and crisp white blouses ...

First Impressions

A travel blog entry by ayoung435 on Sep 17, 2014

12 photos

... one of the bikers smiled at me and my first thought was, 'I hope to Buddha that these guys aren't his cronies who have somehow got word that I didn't give in to his charade and they're going to do me...' - thankfully that wasn't the case but it was like a scripted show; everything I'd read prior to doing this, happened. The point though was that I wanted to ride a tuk-tuk and I'm so glad I did! The people As a general rule, the people have been so friendly (yes aside from the ...

Bangkok Day 2: Meeting the group

A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on Jul 29, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... to follow the Buddhist way of life;
- Women cannot touch a monk;
- Monks only eat a single meal a day, provided by the local community in exchange for alms;
- Monks cannot eat any substantial food after noon;
- You cannot point your feet towards Buddha;
- You must bow three times;
- It is good luck to walk clockwise rather than anti-clockwise;
- Monks rely on the food of others - called alms;
- They must spend time meditating, focusing on ...

Bangkok pt ll

A travel blog entry by danandlawontour on Jun 25, 2014

6 photos

... the mall and had a look around, it was huge! Bigger than the White Rose and there were loads of different shops. Keeping the money in our pockets this time we left without a purchase but did have jacket potatoes for tea! While bartering for the tuk tuk back I said we'd only pay 20 baht, 40p, and he said ok 20 baht one stop. I said no 20 baht no stops. He said no one stop and after a while we got it and he described how he got paid for us to go in a shop. So ...