Mapengseng Apartment

14 Soi Sukhumvit 31, Sukhumvit Rd., Klongton-nua, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by bryanfennell


... passage! All these tricks are used on first time holiday makers, but we are wise to their act. With our protective shield up to anyone that would approach us on the street, we were a bit harsh to the actual officials that came up to us and said we couldn’t enter the palace. It took a few moments of disagreements for us to understand that no one can enter unless they are covered up. No shorts, no skirts, etc. Thankfully they ...


A travel blog entry by simoncole

... Unfortunately the station we needed to change at was closed (for the troubles) so we had troubles of our own. We were rescued by a nice tuk-tuk man who took us exactly where we wanted to go for a modest 2 quid.

Bangkok has a bad reputation for rip off merchants. One scam is for tuk-tuk or taxi drivers to take you to the wrong place (e.g their brother's shop) or to claim the road is closed or some such. However, what is certain ...

Day 2 - My Birthday!

A travel blog entry by garethtownsend

... stall and took a few pews. I went for a chicken massaman curry and Kerrie chose a glass noodle soup. Mine tasted great but I was unsure whether I actually liked it because it was cold, like, really cold, even the chicken!? Chlöe struggled with a few noodles, so we supplemented her evening meal with a Nutella crepe. The crepe was not such a struggle. We then found a lively bar and ordered a jug of Chang. Chlöe was smiling and laughing, having a great time as even ...


A travel blog entry by paddykumar


... city is huge and with the heat it would have been impossible to venture by foot. The underground was just as clean as Singapore, with no eating or drinking allowed on it. We saw many street food stalls selling a variety of things such as, chicken and pork skewers, spring rolls and of course noodles. We visited a park and also found ourselves in the middle of a government protest regarding the upcoming election where ...


A travel blog entry by mcstorey

... A couple of members of staff and a couple of air con repairmen looked baffled at the sight of four grown lad starting themselves up with the help of hair dryers, hair straighteners and a bloody iPad for a mirror! As we left to get a taxi the giggles from behind reception told us everybody now knew about our metrosexual attitudes towards our appearance. Confident we looked respectable we set off for the Lebua. The bar ...


This hotel, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Chao Phraya River, Wat Pho Thai Traditional Massage School, Benjasiri Park, and Shewa Spa.
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