Bangkok Cha-Da Hotel

Address: 188 Ratchadapisek Rd.,Huaykwang, Bangkok, 10320, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the ห้วยขวาง area of Bangkok, is near Siam Niramit, Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), and Royal City Avenue.
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    A travel blog entry by benjamsden on Jun 29, 2015

    4 photos

    ... to do, we took a ferry to an island called Ko Rong Samloem. Which looks pretty awesome. White sandy beaches and clear blue waters for miles, which would look incredible, if it didn't rain the entire time you were there. Torrential rain 24/7. Again, we just stayed the two nights in a pretty cool bungalow beach hut thing but it was a bit **** really. Problem is, it's such a new and uninhabited island it just seems a bit empty and boring. Or as Sam ...

    Painting China Town Red

    A travel blog entry by sumac on Feb 10, 2015

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... reasons and have to wait on land. Each jetty has a set of coloured flags flying which represent which services run to and from each pier - 4 colours flying at ours and we need a boat flying an orange flag, going down river. There is no other signage. Waiting passengers are alerted by the frantic whistling of the attendant on the approaching boat. You need to check its flag colour and direction of travel and quickly scramble onto the floating platform. The boats travel ...

    Bangkok Kicked Our Asses

    A travel blog entry by fednskutes on Jan 10, 2015

    11 photos

    ... So now we're en route to Galleria 10 on Sukhumvit Road Soi 10. On the way we quickly find out they have pay tolls on their highways, and military tanks. Sketchy. Even sketchier, they smile at you as you drive past. 400 baht later, no bargaining skills, and a couple back alleys, we arrived at our hotel. We checked in to our room, and after much bowing and thanks, the concierge walked us to our smoking room. Which we definitely did not book. But no worries, ...

    And then there were three (Thailand)

    A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Nov 24, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... had a good catch up on their adventures in India and I even ate a scorpions leg, I was no where near brave enough to eat a whole one but at least this way technically I can say that I have eaten scorpion! The final day was leisurely as we visited yet another Buddha which is solid gold and has recently been rehoused in a brand new temple. Across the river is Wat Arun which you reach by boat. There we climbed the steep steps for the view before buying a huge cup of the best ice tea I ...

    One night in Bangkok . . . and one on an aeroplane

    A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Nov 01, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... so it was a little bit like being in a Las Vegas casino in that respect - if you have been to Vegas you will know what I mean. You can also see why Dubai is expected to overtake London Heathrow as the busiest international airport in the world very soon given the number and range of flights on offer by Emirates Airlines alone. If you add in Etihad Airlines (based in Abu Dhabi, literally just down the road from ...