Jasmine Resort Hotel

1511 Sukhumvit Rd, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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Thai Brides and Ladyboys.....

A travel blog entry by jocritchley1989


... and the Thailand Protests taking over the streets of Bangkok. After hitting the minibar snacks we hit the sack. The next morning we decided to check out the famous floating market. Our taxi driver insisted on showing us every temple on route so it took us a million years to get there, but he was a good egg so we didn't really mind. The market was amazing and we cruised around on our own boat, cruising implies this was a ...

Day Six: Intoxication on a Scale of One to Bangkok

A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla


... the afternoon posing with Buddhas and taking in the serenity of the holy rooms. In typical tourist fashion, we even got quite excited when we saw an authentic Thai monk (And yes, they're just like the ones in The Hangover!) Next stop was Chiang Mai, and to reach our destination it was all aboard the sleeper train for 15 hours. Our journey began at 6.30pm so unfortunately our evening's sight-seeing was short lived; however, we happily passed a good hour of the journey jumping around to ...

Crowd surfing in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by kimbabe


... day one. Treated ourselves to $4 foot massages and I had a pedicure.
Now for the bathroom tip: If you find a clean 'sit-able' western toilet you have scored. Remember where it is, and use it as often as possible as this is a Thailand commodity. We have come to the conclusion that Thais in general do not own these things called bladders, or at least have developed an ingenious way of invisible ...

China town, floating market and a great train ride

A travel blog entry by irini-octupus


... settled in Bangkok they started building lots of canals in order to accommodate transportation of goods. The Chinese believe that water brings good luck and wealth and so love living close to water. Our day started with a ride on a traditional narrow canal boat around the canals ending at the start of the floating market.  All sorts of produce from fruits to hats were sold by the locals  while cruising the canals on the narrow boats. People ...

Bangkok/Night train

A travel blog entry by swiftydj


... phone from a Samsung dealership and for about 800 baht I was able to get unlimited data(4 GB over will start to lag) They have 3G and in most places the system works well! I did some window shopping and if you have never been to Bangkok, there malls are massive and full of boutiques with real named goods at high prices. As I mentioned Bangkok was short and sweet because my plan was to stay for 2 days and catch up on some rest after a long flight. I requested a ticket online ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 1511 Sukhumvit Rd, Bangkok, is near Rajawongse Clothier, Chinatown, State Tower, and Health Land Spa & Massage.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent