King Park Avenue Hotel

9/999 Moo 1 Srinakarin Road, Bangkok, 10250, Thailand | 2 star hotel
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Our final day in Thailand

A travel blog entry by monkeytoes


Our 16 days in Thailand just went by a little too fast for my liking. We were down to just one more day of shopping in Bangkok! We decided to pamper ourselves one last time and booked ourselves a room at the Park Avenue hotel. We started our last day by going to try on our tailor made suits one last time before they got dropped off at our hotel. …

The day we got scammed...

A travel blog entry by jandgadventures

... price. (Looking back now were not even sure he worked for the temple and we think he was another tuktuk driver in on the scam because they nodded to each other when we got there and told us we had to sit for 5 mins for luck and then talked to us and then left when we left)
When we got back to the tuktuk guy he straight away started talking about the TAT and insisted we go there. We got In and he took us straight there. When we got ...

Out of the Trenches into Luxery

A travel blog entry by budabbottblog


... well. Tom was frustrate and in a frenzy. I talked to Tom about methods to relieve stress such as I taught in my yoga classes. He tried. I tried. We agreed we needed a place to recover. So to the Anantara. I picked it because it was reported to have the best hotel pool in Bangkok for swimming laps, It also offered a 50% discount on Agoda. com. We are paying about $110 a night, about twice what we have been ...

Final day in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by bturet


... Eastern Airlines was terrible, as the stewardesses were unfriendly and hardly understood or spoke any English. The airplane we flew on was a 767 Boeing. It was old and dingy, even in the Business Class. When we arrived in China the first class lounge and the Business Class lounge were in different locations. The Business Class lounge was pretty low class with old seats that tilted forward (so you had to keep your feet planted on the ground to ...


A travel blog entry by markgriff


... a free drink, I had a vodka and redbull! It's was pretty quiet, maybe about 40 Thai people there! Looked pretty dodgy but had some slamming European club music! After about 3 cocktails it got pretty busy! Raggy (Andrew) and I split up, I met 2aussie guys who were really cool and spend most of my night with them, seeing Raggy twice the whole night! There were some really hot women in there and surprisingly no prostitutes! I remember chatting to ...

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