Atrium Boutique Resort Hotel

Address: 258 Pracha-U-Thit Rd. HuayKwang, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the ทุ่งครุ area of Bangkok, is near King Rama IX Royal Park.
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      "Did we just run over a snake?"

      A travel blog entry by thailandtrip01 on Dec 29, 2014

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      ... least, a big step down from where we were in Samui but we soon got used to it. Exploring many of the temples in a Tuk Tuk tour we ended up seeing almost all that Bangkok had to offer! Including a squirrel in a tree above us at a bar dropping apples on us! We were under attack from a squirrel! New Year's Eve, there was one place we had to be, Ko San Road. That's where we ended up, a great atmosphere, great beer, silly string and the countdown! Up early and off to ...

      One night in Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by piholland on Oct 29, 2014


      ... very little information on it and even outside the taxi drivers were vigorously trying to put us off going, after our previous Taxi driver did the same in Chumphon we were wiser as to why.

      We have never really tried to spend a night in a airport to catch a early flight, we weren’t really sure what to expect and for some reason seemed to have it in our mind it was something to be frowned upon. We weren’t really sure what to expect, there is actually ...


      A travel blog entry by davetrez007 on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... and we experienced Thailands version of rain for the first time - wet feet all round. After a chilled afternoon, our mate and his tuk tuk have persuaded us to go to a ping-pong show. That was without doubt the worst thing I've ever seen. How do little Thai women store 10m of neon rope up them? And open bottles? Some freaky talent, made me lose my appetite. 10 mins later it was back though, pad Thai on Koah San Road ...

      Culture, Cooking and Cabaret

      A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on Oct 03, 2014

      28 photos

      ... anything you like and each meal came in under £1 – jackpot!  That evening we strolled along our first Bangkok street night market, complete with ‘Rolex’ watches and ‘Chanel’ bags. We’d partly planned our arrival so that we could visit Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market, which boasts some 15,000 stalls – yes, 15,000 – selling anything and everything from t-shirts, handicrafts, food, fake watches, kittens and puppies, ...

      The last leg

      A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Aug 19, 2014

      ... so good!) followed by my final favorite kind of street food - pad thai.

      And now, im sat at the airport reflecting on this last year. Im very excited to see everyone again. But also so sad that the trip has come to an end! Im so lucky to have had all these experiences. But its definitely made me want to carry on exploring! Not 'get it our of my system' as i had intended. So sorry everyone, but 1 year at home, then I think the next stop will be South America :P