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 …

      Wat Pho and the Reclining Buddha

      A travel blog entry by smadge on Oct 31, 2014

      4 photos

      ... on, shower, gin and cooked tea. Erratum Yesterday I forgot to mention a special little exhibition about Thai silk put on in a building in the Grand Palace. Now the king and queen of Thailand are very popular I suspect in part because, despite both being born outside the country they have both gone out of their way to visit and support the more remote areas of the country. The queen took it upon herself in the 1970's I believe, to seek ...

      Thailand - Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on May 16, 2014

      140 photos

      ... ordination hall of the royal monastery. The sacred image is clothed with one of the three seasonal costumes (summer, rainy season and winter). The costumes are changed three times a year in a ceremony presided over by His Majesty the King.

      The Emerald Buddha was first discovered in 1434 in a stupa in Chiang Rai. In 1552 the Emerald Buddha was taken to Laos by the king who was the son of a Chiang Mai princess and a Laotian king. He was invited to return to Laos to succeed ...

      Day 1 - Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by bbiisshh on Apr 05, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... in Bangkok. The first stop was the Golden Buddha about 30 minutes from the hotel, so the driver dropped us off and we had a good look round and it was pretty gold! Half an hour later we got back into the car and he took us to the Grand Palace which was also pretty good, this is where we had our first taste of Thai food, totaled a grand 250 Baht (£5) not to bad at all and with that a bottle of water each from here we moved in to another temple - which I can't remember it's ...

      Hanoi, Vietnam

      A travel blog entry by japrenty on Mar 01, 2014

      Very interesting journey! A 27 hour bus journey, never thought I'd be in one of them. It was actually fine, you get to meet people because there is nothing else to do! Took 2 Valium and that knocked me out a bit! Think travelling that far is a state of mind thing, you have to be positive or else you're in trouble. I actually enjoy it, makes everything else better and everyone loves a good sob story! Funny thing was, i went tommy hostel and the first person I met was Tobias! We ...