Ratchada Resort and Spa Hotel

Address: 544 Ratchadapisek 3, Bangkok, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the จตุจักร area of Bangkok, is near Mo Chit Market, Chatuchak Market, Or Tor Kor (OTK), and Thailand Segway Tours.
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    Feasting on Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... and tired after a while though so we headed downstairs and found somewhere to sit. We found some pretty big comfy chairs and took a moment to chill. Instead I fell asleep. Luckily we weren't out for long and we woke up just in time to go and see Minions which was... alright. Honestly, it felt a lot like they'd overcooked a bunch of characters which were excellent at supplementing a decent story line, but terrible for starring as the central roles. After the film we headed ...

    Island hopping in Thailand

    A travel blog entry by abbieandwill on May 08, 2015

    9 photos

    ... made it back to the resort after many buckets on the beach! The boys were up too early the next morning to watch the fight on TV... Whilst Abbie stayed in bed, a much better idea! Hardly left the resort for 5 days and we didn't want to leave, but we had one more island to see! Had to take a tuk tuk, a ferry, a bus and another ferry to make it to Koh Phi Phi (the other side of Thailand) but was definitely worth it, well after we spent ...

    Farewell to the City of Angels - Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 21, 2015

    15 photos

    ... would have helped a great deal. When on the boat, if you didn't sit, then anchoring yourself to something fixed on the deck seemed to be an appropriate strategy. The trip was fast and furious as the large diesel powered boats (probably 25 metres long and 4-5 metres wide) wanted to break the water (land?) speed record. Still a very cheap bit of fun costing us about $AUD1 for the return trip.

    Our little klong experience started at the Sepan ...

    Bangkok is very moist this time of year......

    A travel blog entry by zoeandlaura2015 on Apr 13, 2015

    ... It was amusing that they served a food called jaffles (wtf!). We braved the party central again and went further into the crowds, towards some guys dancing on steel drums. We got right near the front and realised that we were the only people that weren't thai! One of the guys had great dance moves. Lets just say he grabbed his ****** a lot! After a boogey to gangnam style and some Thai club anthems that were clearly popular songs, we continued in the crowds ...

    Harry sees a bling temple then buys a tshirt

    A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Mar 26, 2015

    4 photos

    ... country is also a fake...

    Next door to the Grand Palace and Fake Emerald Buddha complex is another temple, featuring an enormous reclining Buddha. Seriously enormous. I've often been underwhelmed by the size of things, monuments you expect to be awe-inspiringly huge, but which are just a tad too small to truly, er, whelm me, but this Buddha was colossal. And you can walk around it and look at its colossal head and colossal feet ...