Jasmine City

Address: 2 Soi Prasarnmitr (Sukhumvit 23), Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Chao Phraya River, Wat Pho Thai Traditional Massage School, Sukhumvit, and Chatuchak Park.
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    Bangkok has me now

    A travel blog entry by emmaandsophie on Mar 11, 2015

    5 comments

    ... were 'an assault to her senses'. Touch- people either on foot, or on mopeds, kept bumping into us, Smell- the street food smelt like something rotten which leads me to Taste- the smell was enough to dismiss our first taste of street food here, Hear- everyone shouting at us to buy stuff... In Thai and finally See- the bright vibrant colours of fabrics, shoes and accessories left us in a daze.

    We finally got out of the maze and decided to get a Tuk ...

    Temples and tuk tuks

    A travel blog entry by laurams on Mar 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... the temples, even though I went right when it opened, there was way too many people. Oh, and it's hot. Very hot. Otherwise, I think it's a third world beautiful city. Canals, markets, a sky train, lots of well taken care of street dogs...

    I arrived in Bangkok by bus, at 8.30pm, and well informed of all the scams. Ie. taxis and Tuk tuks charging far more than they are meant to, or charging too little and taking you to shops where they get ...

    Bangkok - Floating Market and Tiger Temple

    A travel blog entry by garygeiser on Feb 20, 2015

    Left at 7:30 am for Meekong Railway Market, about one hour drive. Literally on the railroad tracks the smallholders must move their awnings and their produce from the tracks. Then on to Damnern Saduak Floating Market. We took a private boat ride to see the market and local canal life. A two hour ride brought us to the Tiger Temple. The objective is to have a refuge for the Tigers. We got to feed 2-6 month old tiger cubs and play with them. Next was a photo shoot at ...

    Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by thetwodanielles on Feb 05, 2015

    ... After what seemed like forever, we were here. Banglumpoo place wasn't the friendliest and neither of us were over joyed but...it was central and had a bed!! That's all we needed!!! After a decent nights sleep we headed to Koh San road (crazy place!!! No we don't want to see a ping pong show), we are the most amazing street pad Thai and planned the next day of temples... DD ...

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Jan 17, 2015

    3 comments

    ... of a traditional Thai house, as is the toilet; not for Jim. And then unlike almost all Thai houses, he built a reception hall on the ground floor. Altogether an incredible venture. We had a guided tour, and it was fascinating; centuries old stone Buddhas, some in almost perfect condition, and of course a lot of silk. After the tour we wandered the gardens and watched silk being made from the cocoons. Then a delicious lunch in a lovely restaurant next to a pool of koi carp. ...