Centre Point Saladaeng

5 Soi Saladaeng 1 Silom Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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Bangkok - spectacular temples

A travel blog entry by thebartons99

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We made a brief three day, two night stop in Bangkok to get visas for Myanmar.

We had been planning to avoid Bangkok due to recent political unrest. However things had been calm since mid February, and the Government of Canada had downgraded its travel advisory. We also discovered that we could get a Myanmar visa with same-day service in Bangkok (versus 5-day service at most other Myanmar embassies in Asia). So off we flew to Bangkok, direct from ...

Messing about on the river

A travel blog entry by cleotup

Local boat to end of line Local raisin bread(B32) hot out of the oven-ate when we got in from the cinema Anothai for 90minute massage-reflexology,back,neck & shoulder - mine more of Thai massage. Svensens for plain five. Went past Lumpini park on the sky train - roads around the area were empty and lots of protestors camping out ...

The Unglamorous Life of a Backpacker - Thailand

A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries

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... it takes a whole lot to embarrass or shock me, so in continuation from lasts: "unglamorous life of" I’ve compiled a list of just some of the situations I found myself in whilst backpacking in Thailand to once again demonstrate that travelling is not always the bed of roses social media makes it out to be...

The food poisoning


My time there (as is my life in general) mainly revolves around food, so the thing I was most ...

Protests and new sights in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by stu900

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The Cebu Pacific flight landed on time at around midnight and getting through customs and immigration didn't take too long. The taxi driver used the alternative roads to the expressway but still got me back to soi 4 by just after 1am. I checked into my hotel and then went to Sukhumvit road for something to eat at the street stalls. After the bars close, Sukhumvit Road comes alive with mobile bars and food stalls to ...

Feeling beat by the heat and meeting Bee over tea.

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb

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... and pestering a small neighbourhood worth of people asking for directions I finally posted them. Turned out I could have posted them opposite where we lived, got a cracking samosa out of it though. We wandered around for a while, tried to purchase clothes from a wholesale shop and settled down to eat a biryani. Feeling beat by the heat we decided on getting a taxi home, justified by I needed change to pay for my laundry. We walked through ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Anantasamakom Throne Hall, Lavana, and Suan Lum Night Bazaar.
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