ibis Bangkok Nana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Does the job, but beware its in a crowded seedy area
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Most of us associate Nana with big warm hugs, fresh baked pies and afternoons playing bridge with our favourite matriarch. In Bangkok, it's the "entertainment" district, a polite term for the area where the lady boys, working girls and the farang who love them roam openly. It's also where our hotel is located. Sue's cousin Rob has been …
I'm not much of a big city person. I have a hard time understanding it when people tell me they are going to a city as a vacation destination. Even though I can appreciate that there is much culturally to see in them, great shopping, meals and theatre etc. It's just not for me as a holiday. This is the framework I came with to Bangkok, a city of 10 …
... stopped by a few restaurants so we decided to get off and eat lunch. I turned to old faithful (chicken fried rice) and my ultimate favorite (a chocolate shake) for lunch. Needless to say, it hit the spot. After lunch, we hopped back on the river taxi and got off at another stop that connects to the BTS Skytrain. We then began heading back to our hotel. Although it does not sound like I did much today, I thought that being able to see ...
So we arrived in Bangkok, a world away from India, it's practically Blackpool Illuminations as soon as you set foot out the airport. Mid flight, Joanne decided it was a good idea to whip out her hand sanitiser, due to the air pressure the bottle exploded and left Steph's face splattered in the white gel. The stern looking gentleman sitting next to Steph looked just at traumatised as her. We arrived at our luxurious hotel with a ...
Our journey from Cheow Lan Lake to Bangkok required a fairly long wait at a bus station in the middle of nowhere. Ok, it wasn't nowhere - it was a little town just off the main north-south highway with a little market and festival going on. But it was a Sunday so everything was closed so that all the people could be at the market and festival. I survived on noodle soup, and Gen survived on chocolate biscuits. The bus itself was fine (it being a government ...