The Park 9, A Living Serviced Residence

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 Culture tour.
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    Dejanusorn School

    A travel blog entry by jennagroters on May 22, 2014

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... drives off when you are not fully on or off yet! If I get through this six months without getting my feet run over it will be a miracle!! Dejanusorn School is very different to Glenavy in some ways but in other ways it is just like any other school. Teaching english class is very different to teaching in New Zealand is organised chaos! You think you have seen organised chaos..... you haven't until you have seen this!! It is ...


    A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock on May 20, 2014

    ... night market but with aircon. I did have my life rocked however by my first ever experience of a coke float- from McDonald's! It was awesome, I'm a fan of coke floats anyway but Donna wasn't sold so I had hers aswell! She was however quite successful on the present shopping front and bought the entire shopping centre! When we arrived home I tried the duck from the 'restaurant' opposite us which ...

    Taken for a Ride

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 18, 2014

    19 photos

    ... all and didn't speak English), when we arrived at the pier near the Grand Palace another seemingly nice young man came to tell us that the Grand Palace is closed for a religious ceremony. In addition, he told us the entry fee into the Grand Palace is 500THB and we weren't dressed properly so we'd have to buy clothes. He suggested that instead of waiting around doing nothing, we should take a tuk-tuk ride around to a few sites, which he showed us pictures of to make ...


    A travel blog entry by paddykumar on Mar 26, 2014

    3 photos

    ... city is huge and with the heat it would have been impossible to venture by foot. The underground was just as clean as Singapore, with no eating or drinking allowed on it. We saw many street food stalls selling a variety of things such as, chicken and pork skewers, spring rolls and of course noodles. We visited a park and also found ourselves in the middle of a government protest regarding the upcoming election where ...

    Sweet and sour! Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang

    A travel blog entry by japrenty on Feb 20, 2014

    My journey to Luang Prabang was very interesting. I got picked up in a little mini van and we departed for chiang rai initially to see a beautiful white temple which was very bizarre! Inside there was drawings of Michael Jackson, Freddy Kruger, batman, superman and a host of other weird drawings! We went from here to chiang khong where we stayed in a real **** hole. However the people I ...