Liberty Garden Hotel

Address: 215 Praditphat, Bangkok, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the พญาไท area of Bangkok, is near Mo Chit Market, Vimanmek Mansion, Victory Monument, and Or Tor Kor (OTK).
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Boating through Bankok

    A travel blog entry by yoni on Apr 22, 2007

    16 photos

    April 22, 2007
    Every time we go into town we have to pay 250 to 300 baht round trip for taxis. There's an extensive subway (MRT) and Skytrain (BST) system in town and it doesn't take us long to figure out that we are losing money by staying out in Thonburi. Everything we want to do is down town. We read the Lonely Planet guidebook looking for …

    Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by abeanabroad on May 28, 2015

    27 photos

    ... city. Our hostel was a lovely traditional Thai building in a forest of ugly concrete blocks along a small alley running parallel to Khao San Road proper. Once we'd settled in to our room we set off to find some lunch before our trip to the Vietnamese Embassy to organise our visas for 10 days time. Naturally we started our time in Bangkok with a phad Thai, cooked on the side of the road although fortunately with a shady seating area as I'd forgotten to ...

    First, Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by kelsrye on Apr 23, 2015

    5 comments, 12 photos

    4/22/15 Made it to Bangkok. We arrived late last night. Its been a fun day, tried some interesting food. We met a few dudes from eurpoe last night and had a good time chatting with them over some beers. Today we walked to a beautiful temple and wandered through chinatown. Our feet our tired, so we will write some more once we get back to the hostel and kick our legs up. Wahoo!!! 4/24/15 Sitting down eating breakfast at our hotel, the Lamphu Guest House. It ...

    Harry sees a bling temple then buys a tshirt

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Mar 26, 2015

    4 photos

    ... round past its colossal golden ass. If this thing ever came to life it could definitely destroy Bangkok, then assist Godzilla with destroying Tokyo.

    Afterwards a ride on a rickety (but safe enough) boat over the river takes you to Wat Arun, another temple, covered in scaffold. The scaffold, I understand, is not a permanent feature. I guess they're doing it up. It will look nice when it's done, but for now it was the least nice ...

    Eating my Way Through the Streets of Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by elizacass on Feb 24, 2015

    6 comments, 30 photos

    ... The food here is incredible. Fresh squeezed orange juice ..$1. Homemade Banana shakes..$1. The best curry I have ever had, made here at my guesthouse, as spicy as you want it...be careful what you ask for, the Thais' take their spice seriously...go for mild, and add some spice on your own from there...it will still bring a few tears to your eyes.   And then there is the fresh fish...yes, in Bangkok. The ocean isn't that far away you know. Fresh Grilled snapper, giant ...