Bay Hotel Bangkok

Address: 194 Moo 5 Srinakarin Rd., Bangkok, 10270, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 194 Moo 5 Srinakarin Rd., Bangkok, is near Royal Palace, Jim Thompson House, Blue Elephant Cooking School, and Science Museum and Planetarium.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Aug 30, 2015

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... passing. But it was nice just hanging out with a couple of other people and chatting about our experiences together. That's sort of what you do. Socialising as a traveller is largely made up of having conversations about where you've been, what you've done and where you're going. Which, if you think about it, could be some pretty deep questions. We grabbed some food just off of Khao San and enjoyed some drinks at a ...

Thailand - Pre Indonesia

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Jul 28, 2015

85 photos

... mine. Even though i think i've pretty much done every activity imaginable in this location, i still love hanging out here. When i was here last, i made a trip to Raileigh, where the locals told me the last bastian for us backpackers, Tonsai beach, was under threat. Unfortunately, i can now confirm, Tonsai beach is no more. The simple and cheap accommodation of bamboo huts has now gone. In place, a new 5 star hotel is being built. Raileigh already had some really top ...

18 hours on a plane and first impressions of BKK

A travel blog entry by wallfamily on Jul 03, 2015

3 comments, 6 photos

... SkyTrain). I really enjoy the sense of unpredictability BKK provides down each street or alley.

As we often do, we spent our first day walking and exploring our local area. We are staying in the Sukhumvit area, which has a mix of all things Bangkok: massive shopping centres, street merchants of every conceivable variety, corporate headquarters, and the infamous Soi Cowboy district.

Exploring ...

Chinatown Closed

A travel blog entry by bruceontour on May 24, 2015

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I could see that the Giant Swing was only another block away so passing the closed shops made my way there. g

South towards Chinatown and with the closed shops there was little pedestrian traffic on an otherwise busy road.

Bye bye Bangkok

A travel blog entry by dmcr38191 on May 21, 2015

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No entry needed for today as we will spent 25 hours sitting on our ***** being transported across several continents to the other side of the world. Get to ride on our first Airbus/double-decker plane to Tokyo - seats 80F and 80K - on the roof or in the ...