The Heritage Bangkok

198 Soi Narathivas 3, Narathivas Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

This little piggy went to the market...

A travel blog entry by hjurecko


... only return in seconds like something of the Black Plague. Oh and the mosquitos, I'm over those beasts. My legs have battle wounds for days.

Mr. Tom was right around the corner to greet us with cold bottles of water and a wet towel. I never knew how much I could adore these two things. We arrived at the floating market in no time. Lou Lou gave me some pointers as far as locals hounding you to buy their gadgets. I took the advise and was glad I did looking back.


A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy


... me: "YOU ask them!"

As a result, I spent the first couple of weeks of my trip in shock, fear and depression. Eventually the survival instinct kicked in and I started looking for a new job using the internet. I consulted the main Thailand-oriented English teaching website and saw an ad for a job that looked like it was right up my alley - as a financial editor. At first I figured there must be lots of people out there who were at least as qualified as ...

Bangkok in a better light

A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards


... meal' that came with 2 portions of over salted chips and 2 tiny salads covered in a jelly like sauce. The chicken was nice but I thought a little dry. Millie chose some pudding of waffles which were utterly delicious. But that and a couple of fruit shakes came to 1000 baht!!! We can easily eat for 250 a meal! Shocking- won't go there again. Not even for the appealing air temperatures! Millie wanted ANOTHER tuk tuk ride so we went out to the taxi rank to bargain away. First one ...

Bangkok/ Koh Phangan

A travel blog entry by abiandkatie


... the train station the next day. The tuk tuk was quite a scary experience, but definitely worth it. The next 24 hours were absolutely horrendous. We started off with a 12 hour train journey, which was weird and looked like a hospital wing? We then had 6 hours of travelling on a bus and ferry to get to Koh Phangan. After we arrived we got a terrifyingly fast taxi to our hotel, where we both slept for the rest of the day ...

Bangkok - Day 1 (Night)

A travel blog entry by literaryluv


... by Thai standards. 50 baht is like $1.50 - that means nothing to me but everything to her - so why not? Same with shopping - everyone says to bargain - however what am I bargaining for? To get a dress for $5 instead of $7? Seems silly to me. After my massage I decided to make my way to the famous Khaosan Road where backpackers all hang out. Walking up, I found it to be the complete opposite of my experience earlier that day. It is full of travelers, loud music ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the บางรัก area of Bangkok, is near Rajawongse Clothier, Chinatown, State Tower, and Health Land Spa & Massage.
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