La Residence Bangkok

Address: 173/8-9 Suriwong Rd., Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the ธนบุรี area of Bangkok, is near Wat Mongkonbophit, JEATH War Museum, Silom Village, and Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall.
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    The Buddhist temples

    A travel blog entry by sdtrent on Jan 02, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... a bit. There was a guy just outside our apartment that was playing the guitar who was actually really good. Went out side and listened to home for a bit. Later we went out and went to a place that we went to yesterday to eat and I got some green curry. It was super good but our waitress was super rude! I don't really get what her deal was. I asked her for. A coke and she said no! It was crazy. Anyway after that we went home and went to ...


    A travel blog entry by ames081 on Oct 17, 2014

    8 photos

    ... leaving a nasty review in trip advisor!!! Soooo we couldn't really afford the air con room,so moved to a fan room! Oh it was HORRIBLE! After moving all our stuff across we went and had a late brunch, it's not a very nice day today, quite overcast! After brunch we went straight to get me a new charger and we booked our transfer bus to the airport on Sunday! Came back. Had a shower, did a bit of shopping, then walked to the grand palace, this is where Sam ...

    Bridge Over the River Kwai and Colonel Bogey

    A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Feb 04, 2014

    51 photos

    ... or giraffes, or donkeys, or horses. And as we rode deeper into the jungle we could see large banana plantations spread out for many kilometers.

    Once we arrived in Kachaburi, we were set adrift on the River Kwai in long narrow boats with very narrow benches. Each boat had a motor, and our boat guide whipped us along the River Kwai at fast speed, hitting the wake of other boats pretty hard. There were eight people in our boat.