ibis Bangkok Nana
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
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 …
As I awoke on my first full day in Thailand a sense of wonder set in. I knew I was finally going to meet him, and I was hoping I would be prepared. The day started with a hot shower and a luxurious western breakfast. The hotel had cereal, eggs, ham, toast, and what one would typically find in the us. But accompanied by: dragon fruit, stir fried …
I'm glad that I am back in Thailand... The worst of Thailand is better than anyplace in the Philippines. I'm back to world...Great food and all that stuff
This is just a short blog to let you know where 'I is'.
... to meet some locals, pick up flyers and find out what’s going on in town. For punk head to the Chatuchak weekend market and find the Crocodile punk shop in section 6 and talk to the owner, he knows about any gigs happening. There are also 2 or 3 shops selling cheap metal shirts and patches dotted around the market too.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member Reviewsibis Bangkok Nana
Does the job, but beware its in a crowded seedy area
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