No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Bhiman Inn Bangkok
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... we were told that we had a meeting, sadly this turned out not to be the case - it was actually for Thursday instead, which made today generally a bit of a train wreck. To cheer ourselves up we decided to treat ourselves (today is payday after all (even if it wasn't as much as I had expected)) with some good food - somehow we landed on pizza. So I headed on out down to Villa Market where Becky had told me explicitly to get her Margarita pizza. But, ...
... we made our long way back to the ferry.
While in Bangkok, the ferry is a very efficient and cheap way to get around. You also get great views of all of the great monuments along the river, such as the famous Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun) and China town. For the next few days, we spent time dealing with our visa to Myanmar. However, we found time to get a lot of great street food and relax. There are loads of street restaurants that simply have plastic tables on the ...
... of the world hadn't kicked in yet. We headed from Calgary to San Francisco for a short non-eventful layover. Next stop was Tokyo, Japan. We boarded the plane from San Francisco onto ANA Airlines, and for the record, these guys are awesome! After the first couple bows from the flight attendants, we automatically decided that this is a country we want to visit. Now some people might say it was the Ativan making us happy, but we're optimistic and still ...
... We got up and made our way to May Kaidees vegetarian restaurant for an amazing dinner on our last night in Bangkok. Although having been there before, we were both glad to be making our way to the train station next morning to leave Bangkok. Its a very intense place and very difficult to relax in the constant heat and noise. However, as we learned 2 years ago, it marks the beginning of the journey where everywhere else starts to slow down and we can ...