Chaophya Park Hotel

Address: 247 Rachadapisek Rd, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Bangkok, is near Mo Chit Market, Siam Niramit, Or Tor Kor (OTK), and Royal City Avenue.
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    Bangkok day 3

    A travel blog entry by emma.nash on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... The market was a mess, with cats lying around on the tables and rubbish all over the floor. There was raw meat stands with ribs and pig trotters hanging up on hooks, and another stand selling chicken feet which are a Chinese delicacy that are supposed to make women more youthful apparently.
    Armed with the fresh ingredients, we headed back to the cooking school. We were taught how to make a shrimp paste and shrimp oil, as well as chilli paste and oil. ...

    The Last Meatball

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Aug 04, 2015

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    ... you meals on things like chopping boards, this really wasn't that bad. We opted to go for it and I enjoyed a beautiful carbonara. One of the main reasons I wasn't so happy with the food though was the size of the portions. For what we paid we definitely should have had more. It was almost as bad as going to Jamie's Italian in England where seven pieces of ravioli will cost you £7. So, when Becky told me that she wouldn't finish ...

    Back to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Jun 04, 2015

    22 photos

    ... much needed chore and catching up on the blog. In the evening we decided to revisit Bangkok's Chinatown. It's a great place for street food as long as you avoid the numerous shark fin soup stalls and restaurants! Amelia had a fried noodle omelette dish with chicken and I ate a seafood glass noodle dish. Still feeling a tad peckish we paid a local minimart a visit and treated ourselves to a Magnum ice cream each before going back to the hostel by tuk tuk. Six hours of ...

    Harry is furious, but a bathrobe makes it better

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Apr 28, 2015

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    Harry did not sleep well last night. Tim the Tattooed Aussie, in the bunk above, who seemed like a decent guy, quickly became my most hated man in Asia. He's up there with every tuk tuk driver. There was a bar crawl last night, organised by the hostel, but with an early bus the day after and the nearing of his 32nd birthday, Harry decided he was too old and tired (and boring) to engage in drunken shena****ns with Tattoo Tim and all the other youths. Because people on their twenties ...

    Bidding Goodbye to Luke and Muay Thai...

    A travel blog entry by joanne.peacock on Apr 20, 2015

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    As you may know I am not a big fan of flying. When I planned this trip I promised I would do all travel by trains and buses, no internal flights.
    Well when somebody visits you and has limited time, flights become more appealing than a 13- hour bus/boat... After much (much) deliberating between Luke and I, I finally caved and we took a 1 hour flight from Samui to Bangkok, via Bangkok airways.

    The hotel we booked - Navalai Riverside resort - is rather lovely! It ...