New Siam Guest House III (Super)

Address: 7 Soi Rambutri, Bangkok, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the พระนคร area of Bangkok, is near Khao San Road, Lumphini Stadium, The National Museum Bangkok, and Phra Athit Road.
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      Bye Thai - From Thailand to Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by icontact on Jan 19, 2013

      26 photos

      DAY 14

      Today's agenda: Travel around Bangkok before taking a flight to Taiwan, which would leave around 5:30 P.M. Sounds simple enough, right? Well, not quite.

      This morning, Jenika, my aunt, stayed in the hotel sick (which was the second time she had gotten sick on the trip), and Becky decided to stay in as well so she could …


      A travel blog entry by jaya.aylward on Oct 11, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... many dogs and there are definitely no cows but in the evening and at night you have to beware of rats and cockroaches. During the day the pavements seem to have more mopeds and scooters driving on them than pedestrians. As for the dress code, mostly people dress in a very similar manner to Westerners: short shorts and short skirts with a t-shirt for girls, and short-sleeved shirts or t-shirts and trousers or shorts for men. But when going to temples or the palace, ...

      Banging Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by shellyandmarts on Mar 19, 2014

      120 photos

      ... young Thai ladies, bored looking dancers on their mobile phones and then have a laugh with the girls on the doors trying to get people in. Some of the signs advertising the girls inside are so funny. We eventually get a taxi back on the meter once a lovely (but scary) Thai lady helped us by tricking the taxi and hailing it herself then producing us (ha ha us 1 - taxi 0). Bangkok taxis are really cheap and typically cost about 1.50 for most journeys but they prefer to ...

      Thoughts and observations SE ASIA 2013/2014

      A travel blog entry by djgoes on Mar 06, 2014

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... situations you find yourself heading to or coming out of.
      - Most cities in SE Asia have self guided walking tours online.
      - We have not gotten sick eating street food by eating where there are lots of locals eating and the food on display is moving fast.
      -If you thank the person who cooks your food in their own language and tell them you found it delicious, when you return a second time you are remembered and welcomed back. ...

      Bangkok's Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew!

      A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Feb 09, 2014

      75 photos

      ... speaking tour guide and private chauffeur in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan! The traffic was heavy with cars and scooters alike but that didn't bother me; I had all the time in the world and greatly enjoyed watching the buildings and sceneries all of different styles and shapes!

      Fifteen minutes later, we’ve arrived and ...