Adelphi Grande Bangkok
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- Minbar in room
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdelphi Grande Bangkok
The Adelphi Grande Bangkok is a really great hotel in the middle of Bangkok. Rooms, Staff, and the view of the Skyline = amazing. Definitely would recommend it!!
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... of a prisoner of war hut on the side of the River Kwai. It is called JEATH museum to represent the names of the six countries involved: Japan - England - America and Australia - Thailand - Holland. Japan were the controllers of the railway and the other 4 countries were involved as PoW's on the actual construction of the 415 km long Death Railway and the Bridge over the River Kwai. There are many photographs around the wall taken of real situations by Thais ...
... down face kind of thing. Our he/she driver decided driving 160 in an 80 zone was fantastic, then pulled out the fact that she was actually a woman after she used the terms a male uses when speaking to people, she must have heard us discussing this in the back of the car, trying to figure out what it was driving us. She had stories and her laugh was super infectious. Arriving at our hotel in record time, 15 mins compared to 45 mins we checked in and got ...
... we took anoth night on the Koh San Road, We spent the day getting lost in bangkok, We took a Tuk Tuk to China town and then walked for around 5 hours just eyes wide open taking it all in, what a lutered crazy city this is, people and shops and markets and slums and street venderes and so much more everywhere, theres somthing. Its quite hard actually to comprehend we walked for about 2 hours just through an area seemingly dedicated to auto traders, ...
... the monks ring them to tell the local people the time, and the locals ring them to tell the gods they have worshiped. - watched the monks in the temple preform a ceremony. They spray everyone with water once the ceremony is done, Justin had no clue where the water was coming from. Hilarious to watch him figure it out 2) Chao Phraya river cycle path - beautiful cycling path over looking the river on one side and society on the other. The path had several build in ...
... we shared together as we wasn't very keen with the options you could say we're quite fussy, anyway ordered foods and beers...so all night we had been talked a lot about 'Life' so Nathan mentioned 'imagine if you travel for another 7 years, your sister Callula will be around 16 years old, all grown up, who knows she may have a boyfriend" all of sudden Indie couldn't image any further and burst out into tears, Nathan comfort her and hand over plenty of tissues and wipe off ...