JS Tower Hotel

Address: 22 Soi 20 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, 10250, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 22 Soi 20 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok.
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Bangkok has me now

A travel blog entry by emmaandsophie on Mar 11, 2015

5 comments

... Thai Price" not "Tourist"! We agreed to the trip and went on a long wooden boat with just one other couple which was really nice, however the 'sights' weren't quite as impressive as sold! We saw a few fish where they were being fed so obviously collected, a grand total of two boats trying to sell beer and wooden carvings and at one point we went past a house with some pot plants which we assumed was the flower house.

Once off the boat, our Tuk Tuk ...

Temples and tuk tuks

A travel blog entry by laurams on Mar 10, 2015

6 photos

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The first day, I planned to go to the weekend market of Chatuchak, one of the biggest markets in south east Asia, with 15.000 stalls, and where everything possible is sold. From amazing furniture, to clothes, flowers, and animals. After a few hours I had to leave overwhelmed.

I got a sky train, and walked, and then a boat through the canals, and another walk, all to get to the vegetarian restaurant that according to lonely Planet was ...

De/From Bankok À/To Yangon( Myanmar)

A travel blog entry by maa3 on Feb 06, 2015

10 comments, 5 photos

Aujourd'hui nous quittons une ville qui nous a séduits tous les deux. Pour deux raisons: la gentillesse des gens et la beauté d l'architecture. C'est la première fois de ma vie que je visite une métropole d'au-delà 8 millions d'habitants où l'ensemble de la population est aussi gentille pour les étrangers. Habituellement, dans ces grosses villes, c'est chacun pour soi et même on entretient une certaine ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Jan 17, 2015

3 comments

... the dom's list was Wat Arun, one of the major temples in Thailand. A few stops on the metro took us to the river, where we jumped on a river taxi which plies the river, piloted with immense skill as it stops every few hundred metres to allow passengers on and off, stopping for just a few seconds each time. We disembarked on the bvank opposite the Wat, and straight onto the ferry to the other side. Wat Arun is stunning, even when, as now, it has a lot of scaffolding everywhere ...

Starting the new year in Bangkok!

A travel blog entry by beckieandella on Jan 12, 2015

4 photos

... look nice. One too many tequilas later and Ella disappeared upstairs, deciding that New Years wasn't for her this year i.e. passing out before we made it to Koh San Road! This left Beckie and Danny to tackle it alone (and make sure Ella was left with a bucket). Koh San road was so mental, there were thousands of people jammed on the street and in all the bars. We had so much fun dancing and taking in the atmosphere, it ...