King Park Avenue Hotel

Address: 69 soi Srinarin 40, Srinakarin Road, Bangkok, 10250, Thailand | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near Snake Farm (Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute), Baipai Thai Cooking School, Wat Chai Watthanaram, and Culture tour.
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      Bangkok has me now

      A travel blog entry by emmaandsophie on Mar 11, 2015


      ... stayed in for 5 minutes he would get free petrol for bringing in custom. The shop turned out to be a tourist info centre and so we quizzed them on Chiang Mai for 5 minutes before making our way to the market and saying goodbye to our driver.

      This market was much more suited to our needs and was the classic 'gap yah' market where you could buy all your elephant shorts and beaded necklaces. It was located along the Khao San Road which is to the film set ...

      Temples and tuk tuks

      A travel blog entry by laurams on Mar 10, 2015

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      ... to use the WiFi that I never end up using because you have to sign up every time.

      Khao San road is where all the movement happens for backpackers. One streets with both sides packed with restaurants, clubs, shops.... and a street market every night where tourists and vendors share the road. Scorpions is one of the snacks sold, and frogs made of wooden that you can make sound with a stick one of the things that many seem to sell but none seems to ...

      Bangkok - Floating Market and Tiger Temple

      A travel blog entry by garygeiser on Feb 20, 2015

      ... over the River Kwai. The bridge was part of the Death Railway (JEATH Railway). It was rebuilt after the war. The railway was built by the Japenese using prisoners from Thailand, America, Cambodia and Australia. Thousands of prisoners died constructing the railway under harsh conditions and forced labor. We then began our 3:00 hour trip back to the hotel. Arriving at 8:00 pm it was a full day but very interesting. Ms. Po made sure we tried local cuisine all along our ...

      Day 2

      A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Jan 17, 2015


      ... of workers beaver away on renovations. It is a.mid 17rh century Buddhist temple. The central stupa-like pagoda is, like Borobodur in Java, a reptesentation of the path to Nirvana. Each level on the steep stairways that ascend the beautiful porcelain flower encrusted slope represent the next step on the way. The view from the top is (a word i almost never use) awesome! We walked and walked qround the whole place, until we could hardly walk any longer, then we just sat on ...

      Starting the new year in Bangkok!

      A travel blog entry by beckieandella on Jan 12, 2015

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      ... allowed to be bent! Instead we hopped on a scenic slow boat back to the centre of town which shows you a calmer side to the crazy city! Fuelled once again by incredibly cheap street food (one of Bangkok's main selling points!) we went to Calypso- one of Bangkok's famous lady boy shows! It was one of the most random shows that any of us had ever seen, the dancing and dodgy lip syncing performed by crazily feminine looking men (it ...