The Key Bangkok Hotel

19 Sukhumvit soi.19, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $38.00
 

Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Arrival

A travel blog entry by bresloffs

2
6

Yes well we are at again, the travel bug has overcome our depleted finance repellant and bitten us.

We left home at stupid o'clock in the morning on the way to Perth airport and got lost. Well technically we weren't lost but the detours on the way were not signposted at all well and consequently last minute direction changes ensued.

We boarded the plane without incident and the flight was ok. Jetstar got off to a bad start with me due to the admin of ...

Thailand

A travel blog entry by rangjill

5
37

... market, there were also street performers including blind musicians performing in a single file line amongst the crowd. Amid the buzz of the market, all of a sudden, the market seemed to freeze: the national anthem started playing. Travel has an interesting way of challenging your assumptions and pushing your comfort zone. Thai food is one of the most flavourful and spicy cuisines, so it seemed like a good opportunity to sign up for a cooking class while in Thailand. ...

One week in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by sureimdecent

4

... going to spend the next 12 years in Thai prison... And then they'll probably get some washed-up Home and Away starlet to portray me in the made-for-television movie." Thankfully, the nosebleed stops, I am not arrested and am free to go on my way. I spend the next week taking a crash course in being a teacher and trying to sleep off three continents' worth of jet lag. While I'm only in Bangkok for a week, I manage to cram in three Thai massages for a cost of about $6 each. For those of ...

Bangkok - Buses, Boxing and Bird Nest Soup

A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller

10

... have been there, done that in regards to the south coast and the islands. The beaches are beautiful but the tourists have spoilt it somewhat. It's all now about drinking and making money off of vulnerable tourists. To end Thailand I will just sum up the best three parts and the worst three parts. The best: 1) Ko Lanta - still relatively untouched compared to its counterparts. 2) Ko Phi Phi Leh - snorkelling amongst the fish in Maya Bay, absolutely beautiful. 3) Ayuthaya - ...

Day 114: So many Buddha's, so little time

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

2
13

... position and is so large that you have to view it from a certain angle to take it all in.

There were so many other small and large temples and interesting buildings at Wat Pho. We spent about two hours wandering about the towers with ceramic tiles and the countless Buddhas everywhere. We must have seen well over two hundred Buddhas of all sizes today. Besides the reclining Buddha we also saw a Buddha in the standing position. I think we have now seen them ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Sukhumvit, Dreamworld, Klongs, and Chatuchak Park.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent