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... propping them up. Whilst the heat made every foray out of the shade a real effort, the palace is certainly worth it, with a curious mixture of Buddhist and Hindu influences creating a truly unique experience. The star of the show is the emerald Buddha (actually made of Jade) which is tiny but towers high on its seat in the main temple. It was once of the most extravagant rooms we have ever seen and we agreed that from our experiences it is ...
Time has flown by, just as the life of the city has, right in front of
our eyes! Both of us looked at each other today and couldn't remember
which day it was. It literally feels like we've been in Bangkok
forever--we did so much on Day 1, it's all a blur. Which is exactly why
we're staying up until 1:30 AM to make sure we write it all down NOW,
this day cannot be forgotten!
The first thing ...
... along the way, we docked up at the Grand Palace. The Grand Palace was initially home to the King's residences when first built way back in 1782 and within the grounds is the Wat Phra Kaew. This dazzling Buddhist temple is widely regarded as the holiest site in the country, and understandably so. The main temple is home to the Emerald Buddha while the vast shrines and meticulously detailed murals surrounding this are inspiring. We were well aware of the strict ...
... like the ESRI one - damn can never leave work...lol). Some of the other guests joined us, however it was most a Contiki game of catch. After cooling off the group piled into a bus for the train station. The station housed some old trains, with some carriages better then others...the worst being the dinning cart o_O. We were able to get onto the train to dump our bags, and grab something to eat from the station. Unfortunately as the food court smelt like the worst smell of ...
... got on a long tail boat to the camp, I was soo tired and couldn't be bothered with the boat journey and kept getting splashed in the face, I wasn't impressed! When we got there we had lunch before going for our rainforest trek and I didn't feel very well like felt really tired and weak so I laid on the bed for a bit and ate some sweets then I felt a little better! We had to get on a boat to the start of the rainforest trek and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Bangkok
I found the same exact hotel Brian Baraga and I stayed at 2 years ago, all based off memory.
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