The Park 9, A Living Serviced Residence

Address: Srinakarin 59, Srinakarin Rd., Bangkok, 10250, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the ประเวศ area of Bangkok, is near Jim Thompson House, Snake Farm (Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute), Baipai Thai Cooking School, and Wat Chai Watthanaram.
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    ... treated to a great street breakdance battle, I love that ****. Kho San road, can to be fair, get pretty mental. One night we were there later than usual and it really does go bat **** mental, waaaaay too much competition for music and cross over of noise. The street traders sell some pretty mental **** too and one of them was selling a torch that doubled as a full on taser, ridiculous, although he did make me chuckle when he gave a Hannah a lighter to light which ...

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    A travel blog entry by arrio.hoffman on Jan 06, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... monks seated, faced our direction, meditating. I thought that would be where we would have the course, but I was wrong. Instead, we were led down a small and steep staircase with an extremely short clearance. A glass sliding door at the bottom was the entrance to a relatively small and long room with white marble tile and a shrine in the corner closest to the entrance. We were given brown leather cushions to place on the floor to sit on. After waiting for some time (we ...