Mido Hotel

222 (Sapankwai) Pradipat Road, Bangkok, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Cultural Bangkok and last day with Goy

A travel blog entry by debbie.tickner

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Goy not feeling too well so Dave, Simon and Debbie got a taxi from the Mido Hotel to the Grand Palace - on the way the driver stopped at the Marble Temple (Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram) - beautiful. Built in 1899 of Italian Marble.
Then on to the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. The grand Palace was built in 1782 - and for …

Sweet and sour! Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang

A travel blog entry by japrenty

... from drink. The second day I wandered around the place and was struck by the chilled out atmosphere and beautiful scenery. The next night a big group of us went out and had an amazing night which finished in the bowling alley of all places! With a moderate hangover I then went to the waterfall with a group of girls which was stunning. Another night out ensued. I ended up in a local ...

Feeling beat by the heat and meeting Bee over tea.

A travel blog entry by charlottesweb

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... surprise. No screwball, chewing surprise, kidney beans and sweet corn. Okay then Malaysia, on your own. Headed back to the hostel and went upstairs for one last fag, ended up smoking 20, making a den and trying to sleep under a bean bag. On two hours sleep I had to face the 17 hour journey by train from Malaysia to Hue Hin in Thailand. We met a lady called Bee who had just met her boyfriend for the first time who she had been speaking to for ...

Thailand Trip Recap

A travel blog entry by koppers

... big anti-government protests. However, there was a history of violence in Bangkok dating back to the last protests in 2008, and there had already been live ammunition fired and grenades lobbed into the protest camps this year. I knew we'd be fine once we were out of the city, but was slightly concerned about what might happen whilst we were in Bangkok. We tossed around a few other options, namely returning to one of the other countries in the ...

The city that never sleeps

A travel blog entry by mallyface

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... the narrow and winding passages of one of the local markets, selling much the same merchandise (****) as you can get in the UK but with the odd stall shifting strange food stuffs, sweets and fish, just to remind you of where you are. Also, at the risk of sounding incredibly un-PC, the people here are really small. I'm not that tall but could see a clear few inches over pretty much every persons head. On the fish stalls, the produce was unrecognisable ...

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This hotel, located in the จตุจักร area of Bangkok, is near Mo Chit Market, Dusit Zoo, Vimanmek Mansion, and Victory Monument.
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