SC Park Hotel

Address: 474 Praditmanutham Rd, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the วังทองหลาง area of Bangkok, is near Siam Niramit, Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), May Kaidee's Cooking School, and Royal City Avenue.
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      Travel Blogs from Bangkok

      Love the food!

      A travel blog entry by traveler99 on Dec 06, 2014

      The food is generally spicy depending on the dish. The curries are like spicy level 6 or sometimes 8 if I compare to my favorite Thai place in San Diego. But if the word spicy is in the name, then watch out. :-) Haven't had anything I couldn't tolerate yet spicy wise. You can always ask for less spicy too. The coconut was 45 baht, about $1.45 ...

      Bangkok is ace but nae bonnie

      A travel blog entry by jocramond on Nov 09, 2014

      3 photos

      ... stop smiling which is why I guess Thailand is called the Land of Smiles. It's amazing and yes it stinks and yes it's busy but it's a great cultural experience. I've never been so happy getting a mound of epic food for 12p from a Thai lady who pretty much kens what I want and has my food ready when she spots me half way up the street and then getting a beer for 30p.... What even is life!!!!! If it wasn't so grotty I'd happily stay ...

      Kanchanaburi

      A travel blog entry by jennagroters on Jun 16, 2014

      1 comment, 31 photos

      ... wanted to see it and go to the museums because I know the history and wanted to say I had been there. But it really is a beautiful old bridge. Just after we walked over the bridge a train cam over it which was cool. The train goes up to Hellfire pass, a place where POWS chiseled a pass out of solid rock. There is a memorial there today which i would have like to visit, if I had more time. We then went to the Jeath War museum, which was in all honestly quite boring and hot ...

      Bangkok - Buses, Boxing and Bird Nest Soup

      A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller on Apr 18, 2014

      10 photos

      ... cities. The photos from the day fail to capture the scale of these temple grounds, but all I can say is they are huge and still so beautiful. We couldn't leave Bangkok without doing two more things. Thai boxing and trying the Chinatown classic meal of Birds Nest Soup. So we did them both, or at least I did one of them. The Thai boxing was pretty cool, but also intensely brutal. I don't like regular boxing back home and this kicks it up a notch, quite literally. As far as I could ...

      Why Did The Blind Man Cross The Road?

      A travel blog entry by tpeace on Mar 18, 2014

      ... cane tapped the wall he seemed to finally recognized exactly where he was. I could sense I was no longer needed. Even though my fingertips still touched his shoulder physically, our neural connection was broken.

      I simply stopped moving while he continued on-ward and my fingers slipped off his shoulder with the gentleness of a rose petal falling on water.

      I stood there for a moment feeling more alone than I've ever felt in my ...