ibis Bangkok Sathorn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Great hotel! very modern beds & toilets everything is good! & not to mention is very near to the shopping area.
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This is the second time I visited Bangkok Thailand ever since last year 2013.
but this time I'm more confident of the places I wanted to go, where to eat good foods & where is the good shopping spots.
Is more like a free & easy trip for me and my close friend, both of us like to shop & eat which is why they end up …
And the traveling continues. I take the minivan back to Bangkok and have to pay for an additional seat for my backpack - it at least got to stay on the seat!
It's a short evening/night in Bangkok as I have a very early flight and will be leaving to the airport at 3.30 am... It's almost not worth spending the money on a hotel room but at …
... he was quite the traveler. We also met this guy named Chen Pim, a Taiwanese traveler exploring Bangkok. The avid Rush Hour fan in me just had to at one point say "Damn Chen!" to this feller. And you bet your ass I did it. Talked pto both these guys for a short while, then hopped in the shower and called it a night. No mosquito nets... But from what we've heard, this particular hostel was pretty free from those damn ...
... on Khoa San street with a roof top pool. We spend our short time here in Bangkok just catching some sun rays at the pool. We have talked about doing several things, but I do not want to do too much at this point in my trip. We had talked about going to Cambodia and Vietnam but I do not think either of us wants to do a 10 hour bus ride to Cambodia. So we decide to catch a bus to ...
... the thing). Leaving Wat Pho I wandered to the river, trying to decide whether to venture accross to another temple called Qat Arun. But the river bank gave me such a nice view of it that I decided not to bother. Instead, I ended up visiting an exhibit on Thai silk, which was rather informative, and nice and cool (bless the museum aircon!). After that, I started making my way back to the hostel, choosing a walking route through the heart of Chinatown, where it was ...