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TravelPod Member ReviewsAsia Airport Hotel Lam Luk Ka
What a beautiful hotel!
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This hotel was next to a mall so I got to try new food, waffles for breakfast (dad had a waffle hot dog) and Japanese tempura for dinner, :-) yum.
The hotel pool was freezing cold.
We went on a boat tour of the khlongs, we saw three monitors. Khlongs are houses on water. The people fish off their verandahs.
... things while we got wafted with the cooling air-conditioning! In all honesty it was the air conditioning which was the main factor in entering the building but once inside it was quite interesting. Following the coins, we finally made our way into the palace, this site was massive containing several temples, on of which was in use, a mural depicting bramin legends including Gods attacking mere mortals and monkey soldiers! By this point we had almost reached ...
... we spotted Patrick, (he was on our tour through China) coincidence or what?! I knew he was going to Bangkok after China like us, but it was weird how we just 'bumped' into him...so we had drinks with him and a few other guys. Last night was probably the best nights sleep I have had for a few weeks. I didn't move an inch. Breakfast, and yes, a full English is on the table. Get on Khao San Road and check out the street markets. Most tourist in the area are ...
... very European - dark wood paneling and yellowed walls abound. ...
... He told us all about the cremations of all the Kings who were then entombed in large stupas. The larger the stupa the more important the King apparently. In the afternoon we decided to go on a long boat that would take us around the canals, there was no time to stop and get out, so we took pictures of the houses on stilts and then there it was a crocodile, sun bathing on the side of the ...