Le Meridien Bangkok
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Thanks to Vinny and the pouring down rain, we ended up spending our one night in Bangkok in the hotel ordering room service. Not to mention we didn't get any sleep the previous night, and had to catch the taxi at 2am for our flight to Bhutan. Great rest at a great hotel though, and plenty of spicy food to help us out!
Bangkok is your typical big city with lots of traffic, scammers, markets, etc. One of the more amazing things is the electrical wiring and their seemingly lack of codes when you look at how they tie it all in (see pic). One of the things I will not miss about this place is the sewage smells that seem to pop up everywhere when you're walking. Kind …
A leisurely day of sleeping in followed up with a brief shopping expedition over to Chatuanuk Market, home of 15,000+ stalls of shoppers paradise from house wares, pets, food and everything else to strip your wallet clean of cash.
Most of the market is covered with winding walkways which helps bring the heat and humidity feel even higher …
Friday was a day of temple viewing. They are strict here about what you wear in the temples so I had to make sure I had a skirt to cover my knees and a shirt that covered shoulders. Shoes don't matter as you just have to take them off any way. The temples here, although old, seem more modern that the ones we saw in Cambodia. They …
We caught an early morning flight to Bangkok and were wiped out by the time we arrived. The city is huge with a population of about 10 million and looks like your typical big city full of sky scrapers and pollution. Our hotel, another Le Meridien, is right in the Red Light district, so we are just blocks away from the seedy girly …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center