Royal City Hotel

Address: 800 Boromratchonni Road, Bangkok, 10700, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near The National Museum Bangkok, Royal Barges National Museum, Phra Athit Road, and Dusit Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Wat, Wat?

    A travel blog entry by jagosperring on Jul 19, 2015

    14 photos

    ... feeding (directly off the body) and super spiced hot and sour soup. The fish spa was a very curious thing. Somewhere between the sensation of pins and needles and expecting a piranha like fervour to sweep over the teams of skin eaters to turn the tank red with blood and leave just your foot skeleton. Somewhat relieved this didn't happen although Jago was very sceptical of the whole performance. Moreover on our last finally rained....Time to head ...

    Taken 4

    A travel blog entry by rspaven on May 21, 2015

    2 photos

    ... before grey English skies zaps any colour from me...I end up a lobster instead. I think I managed to escape just in time but a day out of the sun is definitely needed. One saving grace of Phuket was the food market we wandered to for dinner. Huge woks where they cooked dishes on demand, adding all the ingredients fresh to the pan ready for our hungry mouths. Landing swiftly back in Bangkok and on the bus on the way to our hotel our driver decided to pick his ...

    Train and floating market

    A travel blog entry by gone.girl on Apr 22, 2015

    ... I guess coming from our mollycoddled to UK this blatant act against health and safety was a novelty. I chose to eat with the locals (seemed the safest plan) and lunch was a spicy pork soup which cost 13BH (about 65p). Later in the afternoon I took a boat through the floating markets- very touristy but fun ...

    Grand palace, temple running and Soi Cowboy

    A travel blog entry by chris93savory on Apr 07, 2015

    19 photos

    ... in this Buddhist temple area, but in the 40*C heat of the day gets the better of me as I swelter in the shade too hot to carry on looking at every inch of the blingy buildings, leaving the Holmes trio to carry on. After a sweaty walk round we all head to subway for some respite, then visit the temple of the reclining Buddha in the afternoon before the first suit fitting back in Silom, all in time for happy hour back at the hotel! Tonight we head out for ...

    Last part of an amazing journey

    A travel blog entry by movi on Mar 17, 2015

    176 photos

    ... the ‘Bakan’, the name of what used to be the principal sanctuary of Angkor Wat. It is the summit of the central temple, the highest of three galleries and the uppermost point of Angkor Wat. We managed to enter and thought to be able to have a great view over the main complex but to be very honest it wasn’t that spectacular. When we came down again we walked around a little longer, had some breakfast at one of the local stands and continued to Angkor Thom.