Madras Hostel

Address: 7 40 Soi Kwan pattana 2, Asoke Dindaeng Road, Phay, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Bangkok, is near JEATH War Museum, Silom Village, Wat Mongkonbophit, and Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Cooking classes. In FRICKIN Bangkok direct.

A travel blog entry by amyianhoneymoon on Jan 07, 2015

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... from the morning. We hope to get in 4 or 5 days of classes through out our time here, and hopefully some in Vietnam too. When in Rome right? And so cheap.


So, Ian covered all the main points, so I will just make some comments in an Amy-esque manner.
Our bed. Is so Hard. I slept on the thermarest that Ian brought (good little boy scout) on top of the "mattress/granite slab", while Ian slept on the couch.

And then there were three (Thailand)

A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Nov 24, 2014

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... Charlies patience being tested at this point! Either way, we had made it and now had 3 full days to enjoy the city. The taxi cost us a whole pound which explained why the rest of Thailand refused to use a meter as it was so cheap! We stayed at Hotel de Moc which was located nearby to the Khao san road which is the famous backpacker area. We headed out to see what all the fuss was about and although we expected yobo's and chavs with lads on tour vests it was surprisingly calm. We had ...

Bangkok - Day 2

A travel blog entry by mandywilliams on Nov 11, 2014

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... and other countries there. Went to the Jeath Museum for the prisoners of war camps. A boat ride was organised for the group to go up river to the Bridge on the River Kwai, it was a long motorised canoe. Chelsea refused to get in and while Darren, Brodie and Summer got in the boat I went to try and convince Chelsea and the tour guide said she could get a ride with him on the bus ...

Sawadee kah to Thailand

A travel blog entry by sarahjanematt on Oct 24, 2014

... problem, even changing from subway to above ground train lines. The MBK shopping centre was huge. It reminded me of Shenzhen, with random assortments of shops squeezed into small spaces, and varying product displays - from glass cases showcasing items laid on velvet, to racks of sunglasses and watches hung from hooks in the ceiling, and rails on the walls. I bought some new earrings, a necklace, some leather wrist bands and then sat down for a mocha. I ...

First stop Bangkok

A travel blog entry by jolouisejackson on Sep 23, 2014

... bars and restaurants surround Khao San Road. It's very easy to not explore the non tourist parts of the city as everything you need is right on your doorstep, including endless options for planned day trips and planning your next move. We did many of the standard tourist attractions, the Reclining Buddha, Golden Mountain, Tiger Temple and floating market among many other temples and monuments. The Khoa San Road strip at night can be compared to the standard ...