Atrium Boutique Resort Hotel

Address: 258 Pracha-U-Thit Rd. , 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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    Jetlag & a day to ourselves.

    A travel blog entry by richardandkaty on Aug 12, 2015

    26 photos

    ... the temple. The Buddha was massive! We went into several others around it too, all sorts of different Buddha, standing, sitting etc. beautiful ornate and serene, even with thousands of people milling around on a very hot, SUNNY and muggy day! Once we had seen as much as we could do- we became quite lost and disorientated , but managed to get back to the beginning, and some how after a longish walk navigated our way to the flower market. We had been told to expect lots of ...

    Bangkok, a hot Day Two

    A travel blog entry by midge_david on Jun 27, 2015

    6 photos

    ... to see them all. Deciding to leave the Grand Palace to last, we went to find Wat Pho ( yes it really is called that) and the 46-meter long sleeping Buddha. These are extraordinary monuments to the god Buddha and his followers. They are complexes of shrines of brilliant candles, golden deities, intricate porcelain tile work and pungent incense. Saffron-robed monks are regal and serene as they walk among the hundreds of devotees who come to worship at the temple with their silver ...

    Day Four: Great Relics and Monsoons

    A travel blog entry by kristenhanlon on May 08, 2015

    17 photos

    ... you're supposed to get on board knowing your stop before you even sit. You shuffle around while this tiny lady squeezes through the sea of sweaty arms and collects your 15 baht ($.050). If you manage to get a seat, you are obligated to give it up after one stop to whomever is standing nearest. Thais take their public transportation seriously. It's a beautiful beautiful thing.

    We got off the next pier, and the piers itself are used as a miniature ...

    Day 2 in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by will.meyer on May 08, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... to buy tickets. At the train station it was a matter of minutes and we had our tickets in hand for the following day. We spotted a Dunkin Donuts and Ali decided a coffee would help ease her agitation. It seemed to do the trick and we were on our way again. We needed to find a taxi from there to MBK mall (big mall with cheap stuff). A guy approached us and offered us a tuk-tuk ride for B20 ($0.60). That's a good deal we ...

    Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha

    A travel blog entry by tmarts on Apr 05, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... Sue and Andrew's driver when we were here in 2008. At that time we did buy a ring - gold and Thai rubies - but saw nothing this time.
    Off to the hospital. Sunday is the day to travel - no waiting for a taxi ( had to barter a fare though)- only took 20 minutes - very light ( in comparison to what I have experienced) I was laden down with some laundry I had done for Bob- plus some tshirts etc I had bought , for him to pack as there ...