Urban House

Address: 35/13 Soi Yommarat Saladaeng, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the บางรัก area of Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Chinatown, Rajawongse Clothier, and State Tower.
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        Travel Blogs from Bangkok

        Transit Day

        A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Oct 31, 2015

        1 photo

        ... time and with little fuss. Got through Customs and checked in without incident; my bag weighed in at 21.7 kgs – Ive taken some extra bits and pieces as I will leave a bag at the Bangkok Office, so in future I only have to take carry-on luggage which will be excellent. The Jetstar lady has no issues with me being slightly over the limit (bag); Im glad they didn't weigh my carry on – it must be 10 kgs.

        I had a squiz through Duty Free and wow ...

        Tattoos, Tendons and Torrential Rain

        A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Sep 18, 2015

        3 photos

        ... more disgusting and less tasty. And then of course it rained. And I don't mean a little rain, I mean huge swathes of rain coming down so thick that you were basically under water. The umbrella was too small for the two of us and it was mainly important that Becky's tattoo didn't get too wet, so instead I got soaked through to the bone and Becky kept her top half dry-ish. When we got back to the studio flat I must have emptied out a couple of litres of water from my pants ...

        Home time!

        A travel blog entry by harrymessenger on Sep 01, 2015

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... Rouge and the Pol Pot regime in Cambodia so it was a great learning experience going to these places. Even though they were very harrowing and very sobering it was well worth visiting. That evening we didn't feel all that up to much so Jake found a restaurant for us to go to and we headed there before getting prepared for our night bus up to Siem Reap

        27th August 2015

        We arrived in Siem Reap at around 5:30am and then hopped in a tuk-tuk to our ...

        One of our best days ever: a tour with Nok

        A travel blog entry by wallfamily on Jul 06, 2015

        20 photos

        ... bonuses. On my list, should I ever be fortunate enough to visit BKK again: Nok's special agri-food tour of Bangkok and area.

        In the evening, we experienced our first rain of the trip, notwithstanding this being the rainy season. On the way back from a short walk, I experienced another #definitelynotinYQR moment: riding an outdoor escalator on a sidewalk in the rain. Bangkok is a fascinating place.

        Turning 60 in Bangkok

        A travel blog entry by cbrimer on May 31, 2015

        3 comments, 15 photos

        ... gets the better of us. So, we headed out to the famous Chatuchak Weekend Market this morning right after breakfast. It was pretty amazing - over 35 acres of vendors selling anything and everything you can possibly imagine, from fairly standard clothes, jewellery and decorative items, to water treatment systems, temple-sized statues, pets (and all their accessories) and works of art. We wandered around for a few hours ( without getting lost!), stopped at what was perhaps the ...