Chaydon Bangkok

31 South Sathorn Road , Bangkok, 10120, Thailand | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $29.00

Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Bangkok Part 2 - Khaosan Road

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish


... some retail therapy!! First off was to head to Burundgran Hospital to get check out by an ear nose and throat (ENT) and respiratory specialists to sign off on my PADI dive medical form. This was quite the experience. The Thai private hospitals are amazing! First off I could prebook my appointments online to minimize wait times. It even gave me option for my top two time slots. To think we can wait weeks even months to see someone back home ...


A travel blog entry by jennagroters


... who were basically enslaved. They worked in appalling conditions and were treated brutally. Of about 180,000 asian workers 90,000 died and of about 60,000 allied POWs working on the railway 14,000 died. This was from diseases such as dysentry, malaria, cholera, beriberi and through starvation also many as a direct result of the brutality of Japanese and Korean prison guards. It is unbelievable the way some people were treated worse than animals. Anyone who could stand ...

Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by laura_schofield


... arrangements and thank goodness as our hostel (deejai backpackers) is so much better and with a lot nicer vibe.
At this point it's 7am so we checked in and went to our room (a 4 bed mixed dorm with bunk beds - not sure I've been on a bunk bed since I was 5!) where we quickly apologised for waking a sleeping boy (I use the term as he looked about 12) and got into bed for a few hours sleep - aircon at last ...

Retail 'therapy'

A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh

On arrival back into Bangkok on the Friday evening, I got the airport link train into the city and then a taxi to my hotel. The views of the city light up at night from the train were fantastic. With my hotel being right on the bustling Khou San Road, I was greeted with absolute madness when I got out of the taxi and had to fight my way through the crowds to get to the hotel. I was thankful for my big backpack on this walk as it helped ...

One more night in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by wendywoostorer


... the tuk-tuk this time and roared off towards the palace complex.

Tuk-tuks are a pretty hilarious way to travel if you're up for it - although they are little more than motorised tricycles - they actually go like the clappers and the drivers take no prisoners reaching places ordinary taxis can't. Unfortunately our young kiddie was a bit heavy on the clutch (and obviously short of time) as he thrashed it down a busy street ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the สาทร area of Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Rajawongse Clothier, Chinatown, and State Tower.
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