Somerset Park Suanplu

Address: 39 Soi Suanplu, South Sathorn Road, Bangkok, 10120, Thailand | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Rajawongse Clothier, Chinatown, and State Tower.
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      Day 56 - Bangkok, Thailand

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Oct 28, 2014

      2 photos

      ... to have picked up. After the boat trip we made the short walk to Wat Po, one of the largest temples in Bangkok. PC who is a practicing Buddhist was able to give us an invaluable insight into the Buddhist religion and the role of the monk in the religion. After Wat Po we took a bus back to the hotel. In the afternoon, Martyn and I took a Tuk Tuk and went to MBK shopping centre to pick up a few ...


      A travel blog entry by ames081 on Oct 17, 2014

      8 photos

      Well today has been very, very emotional. I woke up at 7am and went to go to the bathroom where I left my battery charger and battery in there overnight, and it was gone, someone had taken it! Because I was tired, this really, really bothered me, I was so frustrated at myself for leaving it in there, and also at the person who stole it! How dare they! I can't understand these kind of people, even if I saw a brand new phone in the bathroom, I would never ...

      Dude, where's my chauffeur?

      A travel blog entry by saroni on Jun 26, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      8am wake up call...I'm ready to see some funky Buddhas! 95% of Thailand is Buddists. Our private tour (that's how we roll here) cost a whopping $20 for a driver and a guide for 5 hours. Money well spent if I do say so myself. We saw 2 amazing temples today. The first temple (Wat Traimit) we saw a Buddha made of solid gold. You are not allowed to wear shoes in any of the temples and women must be covered from knees to shoulders. 90 degrees with 90% comes the sweat bath. ...


      A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock on May 17, 2014


      ... When she came back we attempted to get lunch together at the hostel, I managed a whole two mouthfuls before visiting the toilet, apparently the Thais don't understand the concept of a hangover therefore trying to explain to this lovely old lady why I wasn't eating her noodles was a bit of a task! After this it was elephant time! Obvs I've done it before in Laos but Donna ...

      The beginning

      A travel blog entry by jakepaul on May 06, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... travelling through Australia as a young, male traveller) and navigated our way up through the airport and out into the taxi rank. As soon as the automatic doors parted it was like getting hit full on in the face by a tonne of wet bricks. I was expecting heat, but the humidity in Bangkok is so damn oppressive (actually not quite as bad as the summer climate which I experienced toward the end of my time in Townsville but not far off). Regardless, we pushed on through the taxi rank ...