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

        Bangkok - wow

        A travel blog entry by alidoesasia on Nov 02, 2015

        ... man dang to me and laughed in my face ALOT. What's funny? My face? My hair? Yes it's the humidity and I have no straightners!! He used Lucy's selfie stick and proceeded to sing to me in Thai. Great. We tried to communicated with the little English he knew for a while until we got off. When I thought things couldn't get any weirder we were then ushered the water where a man and elephant were waiting for us. I'd seen pictures of this experience ...

        My Beautiful Revolutionary

        A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Oct 19, 2015

        Today we went back to work. For me this meant the presumption that we'd be working by ourselves to write our lesson plans ready for the upcoming weeks, sadly presumption is not a good thing and results in me being sorely disappointed when I'm told I have to be a team player. Fortunately the team I had to join was all part of a games workshop for breaking the ice with the new recruits and for getting us back in the swing of fun language. I ...

        Not such an overwhelming city after all

        A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Sep 19, 2015

        4 comments, 35 photos

        ... On our way to the Myanmar Embassy we pass the PO, so I can pick up the post waiting for me. 4 letters cost 4 Baht to collect! At the embassy there are none of the long queues expected, and I only read 1 1/2 letters before my number is called at the counter. We're then free until the evening and so walk to the railway station to buy tickets for Saturday, and then go for lunch. On the map app I had seen a restaurant which called itself 'vegetarian', so we ...

        My trip to Thailand=Bangkok )

        A travel blog entry by misslayla_2007 on Jun 30, 2015

        3 comments, 4 photos

        ... then deep, so deep I felt like I might drown but luckly I used my swimming skills to help me stay above of the water. In Bangkok you can't drink the water but the people who live here can.

        When we got into our hotel we were tired so my dad went and got Macdonalds. It was yummy and tonight we are going to the restaurant where we ate breakfast again. I hope you enjoyed my story about Bangkok. Our next stop is ...

        Bangkok part 2

        A travel blog entry by jhinthorne on Jun 19, 2015

        17 photos

        ... in this mind-blowing museum full of offerings and gifts and items related to the temple and the Thai Kings throughout the centuries since the creation of the temple in the late 18th century. We looked at each other a few times in astonishment that there were hardly any people in there and then continued the tour. No pictures allowed in this museum but there was A/C which was a complete game changer for us. After the royal temple palace, we took a short and overpriced ...