Chateau De Bangkok

Address: 29 Soi Ruamrudee 1, Ploenchit Rd., Bangkok, 10330, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the ปทุมวัน area of Bangkok, is near Golden Mount, Anantasamakom Throne Hall, Flower Market, and Sukhumvit Road street market.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    The Observation

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Sep 01, 2015

    1 photo

    ... before and because P. Toi usually teaches with Becky on a Thursday. But for some reason he didn't want to swap, and so we carried on working with unfamiliar people. Still, he seemed nice enough to me. The second surprise of the day came when Scott, our boss came waltzing through the door just as I'd begun my class. I sort of knew this was coming. I thought that I might be observed by a trainer first, but I knew it wouldn't be long before Scott would ...

    Home time!

    A travel blog entry by harrymessenger on Sep 01, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... to see, all of them are a labyrinth of stone with incredibly steep towers and spires. Amazing to think they were built hundreds of years ago. There's not a whole lot I can write about the temples, other than they're incredible to be in and walk around... So I'll post pictures for you guys to see.

    29th August 2015

    Once again Soi took us to some temples, but ones slightly further out than Angkor Wat. All well worth seeing and very different in their ...

    Back to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jul 06, 2015

    21 photos

    Our second night in the mosquito canopy beds was peaceful but not with interruptions of village dogs barking and rainstorms. After breakfast the kids got to feed the fish (our toast) and then the elephants (all the fruit and veggie scraps from breakfast like watermelon rinds. Wes had another stomach ache which I'm still convinced is a less than lovely side effect of the anti-malaria pills. Then rest of us packed up (it's so humid even the clean clothes are damp) ...

    Badgering Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by taraharn on May 28, 2015


    ... junctions. Next exiting the train station expecting to find a taxi rank. No such luck, a stranger approached to help and flagged me a taxi. The driver quoted me a price straight away. I told him to go with the metre (as the hostel had advised). He pointed out various bits and pieces, including a little shanty town. On exiting the taxi, the metre price is half the quoted price and so begins the endless attempts at ripping me off! Anyway, I ...

    Sawadee ka

    A travel blog entry by rebeccaphillips on Feb 08, 2015

    24 photos

    ... the next morning and headed to the weekend market. You literally could spend 3 or 4 days walking around and never see the same stall twice. We spent some time shopping and accumulating all the necessary thai clothing. Between elephant pants, sandals and tank tops, we had spent a good two hours walking around. My roommate and I decided to get some food before we headed back and met these two older english teachers at a bar in the market. They gave us lots of advice and tips ...