Admiral Suites Bangkok
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdmiral Suites Bangkok
Fine hotel with suitable breakfast at the cafe downstairs.
Decent sized room with balcony. Quiet area of soi 22.
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As I awoke in Melbourne to a chilly autumn day it dawned on me within a few short hours I would be off on another Asian adventure.
This time round my boyfriend Moe and I had 7 months to travel as much of South East Asia as possible.
Our style of travel is very blasé.
We look about 10-14 days ahead of time.
We change our minds …
... Its fascinating to watch this whole process. I wonder if its more nerve racking for the vendors on the tracks, or the train conductor inching his way through this busy market , carefully not to run over anything, or anybody.The market itself is fascinating. Not for the faint of heart, or any strict vegetarians. There are live fish, snakes, and frogs, all being butchered right in front of you whether you like it or not. Its the way of life ...
... reflect the light and gold leaf everywhere. It's magnificent!
We took a 3-minute ferry across the Chao Phraya Rver to the Supatra River House restaurant for another fixed meal of fabulous fried bass, sweet and sour pork, spicy sautéed vegetables, and, of course, mixed fruit with papaya. We have to cut back, but I don’t know when that is going to start.
Taking the ferry back across the river, we were bused to the supposedly famous ...
... and before the crowds got there. We were, unsurprisingly, wrong on both counts. It was roasting hot and we were joined by, what felt like, every Chinese and Korean tourist in Bangkok. The reclining Buddha and temple were very impressive and after a coffee we jumped on a small ferry to cross the river and visit Wat Arun. This is a extremely tall but stunning temple which sits just on the bank of the river. Its has very steep steps leading up to a ...
... she's not even phased by it, checking email and texting on her phone while on the back of the bike. Nerves of steel.
Anyhow the countryside as you leave Bangkok is beautiful. Lots of green lush foliage.
The visit to the adenium farm was very interesting. Very friendly owner.