Oakwood Residence Sukhumvit 24

Address: 15 Sukhumvit Soi 24, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the พระโขนง area of Bangkok, is near Skytrain (rot fai fah), Baiyoke Sky Tower, Crocodile Farm, and Benjasiri Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Fish, fish, fish

    A travel blog entry by chars-phil on Jun 30, 2015

    ... up the entire basement floor. It is a popular place with at least 10 different schools there. The kids were all immaculately dressed and lined up, boys at the front and girls at the back and all held onto the child in front as they walked to their next point. We learnt most of these kids were between 3 and 6 years of age. They basically start a kind of preschool at 3 years of age and do lots of excursions. It's truely amazing ...

    A Birthday in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jun 24, 2015

    3 photos

    ... are dozens of malls), called Central World. We'd passed through briefly a couple of weeks back when we were in search of food one night but we hadn't really had a good look around. Tonight we made our way all the way to the top floor where you can find a huge cinema. With 15 massive screens (and possibly another luxury screen) this cinema is monstrously large. We passed on the popcorn and drink and just got comfortable to watch the ...

    Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by handh on Mar 11, 2015

    78 photos

    ... car engine of power enough to get us through the very choppy rive to the calmer canals with the homes on stilts all along the sides. Most were survivors of devastating floods in 2010, few were derelict and a few ne ones had been built. Out of the bustling city we disembarked for a local temple which unlike those in the city was seated yet was still resplendent with a 37m reclining Buddha, several walking Buddha and a child Buddha standing on a lotus flower. He ...

    Chiang Mai ... cooking school and tickly fish.

    A travel blog entry by martinmcgeorge on Mar 03, 2015

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... struggled to get up the mountain).

    We were met at the station by our transfer driver and taken to the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel. It was still a few hours before we could check in, so we left our cases and headed out to find some breakfast. After only Pringles and Muesli Bars for dinner and nothing for breakfast on the train, Andy looked like he might eat one of us if we didn't get him some food fast. We ended up ...

    Think ur Job is Tough?Try Working on a Train Track

    A travel blog entry by elizacass on Feb 26, 2015

    4 comments, 44 photos

    ... is the way to eat, and the more recent it is to life, the better for the soul and spirit. Some things are even eaten alive. Now that will keep you living a long time. My favorite vendor was a woman, kneeling in front of her large bloody bucket, cigarette in her mouth, lipstick on her lips, listening to her ipod, whacking the heads of these large, LIVE, catfish. Flinging their now lifeless bodies into a nearby bucket. And you thought your job was a ...