Royal Princess Larn Luang
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The first day we arrived in Bangkok we all went to the nearest restaurant we could find. It was extremely hot out and we were not used to the heat. I ordered fried rice and loved it but all the fried rice I have had since have been amazing! It was an early night for Melissa and I and I ended up falling asleep around 7 PM.
The next day we …
Day 1: Bangkok: May 8th
After a total of 23 hours of travel time finally arrived to Bangkok. We managed to find a "limo' to the Royal Princess Larn Luang hotel for 26 of us for only 1200 baht. (40 dollars). The first thing we all wanted to do when we got to the hotel was eat, so we embarked on our first adventure and just started walking …
We explored the the town further with our tour guide and went on a cultural walk. After this we went downtown Bangkok and went on a river dinner cruise. On the cruise we ate a variety of food from french fries to sushi. After this we had drinks and danced. Once we returned to port we traveled to the famous red light district …
May 8th- 10th
After landing in Bangkok and adjusting to the time difference, we explored the town. We walked through the markets and experienced Thai culture first hand. The next day we traveled to the Grand Palace which is the most sacred Buddhist temple in all of Thailand. It was very interesting and intriguing. The architecture was …
Safely made it with everyone to the Royal Princess Hotel in... well, perhaps not the finest part of Bangkok, but it seems nice enough with plenty of locals. Simply walked around and saw what the area immediately around our hotel had to offer.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Very nice hotel, interesting places around it. Very good service and continental breakfast. Interent cost to use unfortunately.
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