Luxx XL

Address: 82/8 Langsuan Lumphinee, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Golden Mount, Anantasamakom Throne Hall, and Sukhumvit Road street market.
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      One night in Bangkok, literally

      A travel blog entry by elgatofuerte on Jan 20, 2015

      19 photos

      ... attendant came over before take off, locked the emergency exit door into place, did a double take, locked it into place again, and stared at it quizzically. He locked it into place for a third time, and then got on the intercom to call over his supervisor. Then SHE came over, tried locking it into place, stared at it, and although I didn't speak the language, she shrugged, looked at him, and I'm pretty sure she said the Chinese equivalent of "**** it." Then ...

      Third leg Singapore to Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by cazg on Dec 20, 2014

      2 photos

      ... put on the bus, we ended up being ushered out the door and in to a private car. Good job because it was another hour in the car which Madi made the most of a sleep in the back seat. Viengtai Hotel is a budget hotel with nice people with limited English. The room is comfortable and will suit us for the next few days but I have to organise connection to the wifi or I'll go mad trying to upload this ...

      Amazing food in Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Dec 04, 2014

      106 photos

      ... even among the service industry's staff. One of our tour guides explained that this was because Thailand has never been colonized or occupied, like nearly all of its neighbors, and as such there has never been a need to speak a language other than Thai. For the few who have studied English (or another language), the learning is scholarly (reading and writing) and not useful, spoken English. Thankfully, this fact didn't hamper our appreciation of our visit, as ...

      Thanks for the Welcome, Samut Sakhon

      A travel blog entry by travelingtj on Oct 27, 2014

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      Bangkok Day Three: Temples, Palaces, and Canals

      A travel blog entry by waddads on Sep 11, 2014

      2 comments, 27 photos

      ... Chang beer each to have with our lunch and it couldn't have been better! We then went walked back to our hotel, said good bye to Gof, and headed to our room for a shower. Then we walked around the nearby streets for a bit of shopping. Susan got a Chang beer t-shirt (they are actually nice t-shirts, with the elephant emblem) and I got a pair of the ubiquitious elephant pants (almost all the tourists seem to be wearing these loose, one size fits all, light weight elephant ...