Baiyoke Suite Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaiyoke Suite Hotel Bangkok
We considered this a very good budget hotel. It's location suited us, right in the shopping centre and a tuk-tuk away from Siam Centre. Friendly staff. Room was good, airconditioning and TV worked, so did the hot water. Nice bath too!
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... restaurants before coming back to chill on the balcony to eat, drink, and look over the river... Yes, it was as sweet as it sounds :-) We decided after a while to pop down to the riverside terrace and just as we arrived an epic firework display started from a boat on the river right in front of us - talk about good timing! So we watched that and then headed back to the room, where we literally couldn't stay awake for one more minute... The end. Haha :-) T&N ...
... a tuk tuk, exploring the different temples and ruins. At this point, we had began to become templed out. We spent our second day in the town of Kanchanaburi. Without one specific piece of history, this town would never distinguish itself from any other area in Thailand. Remember that WWII movie, with the famous whistling, and British POW's working on a bridge for the Japanese. Known as the death bridge, The Bridge over the River Kwai. We took ...
... because our hotel was in the middle of the protest zone... Coming back from Chinatown, we were turned down by 9 taxis before the 10th finally said yes. Tuk tuks weren't a good option either, as they always quoted prices 4x what we would have paid in a metered taxi. Sometimes we could bargain the price down a bit, but this was an unnecessary annoyance when we just wanted to get home after a hot (35 degrees +) adventure.
There were also scams lurking ...
... and shrines. Daily offerings of food, flowers, incense and the like are a way of showing respect and gratitude to Buddha.
Ayuthaya, was a Siamese kingdom, existing until 1767 when the Burmese finally suceeded in sacking the city and ending the kingdom. The first Burmese invasion failed and that victory is celebrated in the naming of ...
... places we found where calling them selfs hostels and where full. We then found one that wasn't full and they showed us a room full of bunk beds and told us 300 Bhat for a bed for the night. I was in shock I used to pay 150 Bhat for a really nice bungalow on the beach and they are asking for twice that for a dormitory bed. I was now really starting to think we had made a big mistake coming to Thailand. I thought the best course of action was to go to a bar order a drink and Janet stays ...