Bay Hotel Bangkok

194 Moo 5 Srinakarin Rd., Bangkok, 10270, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 194 Moo 5 Srinakarin Rd., Bangkok, is near Royal Palace, Jim Thompson House, Blue Elephant Cooking School, and Bangkok Folk Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

One day in Bangkok and the World's your oyster!

A travel blog entry by dcbordom on Jul 21, 2014

... query obstructive jaundice (sadly due to suspected pancreatic cancer due to history at presentation) the team has arranged a CT to confirm.

2)67 year old woman whom had stage four cancer of breast, had a total mastectomy, has now developed an infected ulcer 15 cm in diameter the consultant has decided to proceed with an omental flap procedure (essentially is bringing a section of the omentum from the abdomen and bringing it all the way into ...

Bangkok

A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock on May 08, 2014

A brisk early start to the day as we had a whole city to explore! However the day started by exploring the breakfast menu at our hostel. I got an orange juice, tea, croissant, two slices of toast and two bananas for £1.50, bargain! Then we ventured out and went through the same old bartering with the tuk tuk driver to take us where we wanted to go and the price, they always try and take you to the complete opposite of where you asked cause its their friends shop or bar, finally ...

South East Asia

A travel blog entry by spacekidsam on Mar 02, 2014

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I am a little late starting this as we've already completed 7weeks of Asia but here we go. Dec 14 2013 we got married - big bash with the best bunch. Two months of work then off we go for two years. First stop Thailand - bangkok. 8 days with my cousins good friend Harry Thailwa. The adventure starts ...

The Unglamorous Life of a Backpacker - Thailand

A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries on Feb 16, 2014

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... going to Thailand to give this a miss and spend your money exploring the fabulous local food markets or going on a scenic elephant ride instead – just get as far away as possible from these tacky, cheap and degrading freak-shows luring in drunk tourists who have nothing better to do than to spend their hard earned cash paying a Thai women to fire darts from her vajayjay. Moments after walking into this seedy looking bar; suitably named ...

Cruising through Bangkok's Floating Markets

A travel blog entry by lauravee on Dec 26, 2013

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... destinations since 1967, and now known all over the world for their fascinating cruises.

Buying fruits, taking coconut milk,enjoying with delicious BBQ Chicken, boat noodles, rice and curries and Thai deserts will definitely make your cruise a memorable travel experience. Bargaining and chatting with them you will have a chance to witness the simplicity in the lifestyle of common Thai people. Along with the hot cuisines ...