Natural Ville Executive Residences

Address: 61 Soi Langsuan Lumpini, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near Siam Ocean World, Co Van Kessel Bangkok Tours, Four-Faced Buddha, and Health Land Spa & Massage.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    The Big City

    A travel blog entry by dearbev on Jun 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... I could've gotten out right then, but that seemed like a poor decision ( busy highway with barely a shoulder in a city I knew barely anything about at almost 11pm?) So, I handed him the only 1000 Baht bill I had, which was all I had, and we got a move on. I was ******. (Mom, Dad, Aunt Shar.. I'm fine- Love you) It was the first time this entire trip I felt truly scammed with no way to move on from it. Warm welcome from Bangkok.

    Arrived at the hostel ...

    Another day in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on May 27, 2015


    ... with an audio guide, and I definitely don't want to hold up someone, or for me to rush the visit because I am with someone. Perhaps, if he was a bit older I might have taken a chance. Maybe I need to take it easy and just learn to hang out with these young folks and not judge them by their age. Lets see. I would have suggested we hang out in the evening, but today I actually have a plan! I am registered for a CouchSurfing weekly event in Bangkok. This is where CS travelers ...

    Day 14: Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by lida89 on Apr 22, 2015

    12 photos

    ... of it catered to Thai natives, including government officials and drug traffickers. And so it's easy for us as tourists to see something as entertainment but not realize or want to think about all of the repercussions. Okay, off my soap box now. I have been hearing the term "responsible travel" a bit, where people can travel and feel less guilty about destroying coral, exploiting ethnic tribes, etc, which a great concept and hopefully will become a widespread notion to work ...

    Day 3 Victory Monument & Khao San Road

    A travel blog entry by laura.le on Mar 24, 2015

    6 photos

    ... t had in 30 years. Lunch was good and as soon as we asked for the check (another thing we have had to get use to, or you could sit at the table forever and no one rushes you out) the thunder started. The sky was clear so we headed up the road, about 15 minutes later all hell broke loose. It was a strong and long lasting storm, lots of lighting and thunder. We first ran to a shopping alley that had cover but after about 10 minutes we realized that it ...


    A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Jan 11, 2015

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    ... We said our goodbyes to Yves and Mathilde, wishing them good luck with their big move to Myanmar the day after. We then made our way to Jim’s posh hotel, Aloft, and met him in the lobby. It totally didn’t feel like it had been 2 and a half months since we saw him! We quickly dropped our stuff in his room (where he wouldn’t let us unpack in the slightest!! he just made us dump our bags on the floor anywhere), and then we headed out to walk to Cabbages ...