SC Park Hotel

474 Praditmanutham Rd, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand | Hotel
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Giant Reclining Buddha

A travel blog entry by lizannlogan

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An early start to go on the canals in a long boat. Great ride but getting on and off was pretty fraught and the water decidedly disgusting. Off to a temple to see a large golden lying down statue of Buddha. We are now on the sleeper train on the way to Chiangmai Mai. A very festively atmosphere and we are having a nice Singha beer. So far so good. Don't know who gets to sleep on the top ...

Thai-riffic Times

A travel blog entry by sarzmc

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... crisp white uniforms.

After the tour ended and we took some more photos, we followed our walking tour map up some streets where all sorts of smells hit us – from spicy hot food being cooked by hawkers jam-packed on to the footpaths, to the occasional waft of stagnant canal. We passed through the amulet market, lined with vendors displaying amulets made from all types of materials, and ducked down a couple of busy alleyways lined with street food stalls, merchants, kids ...

A full day in Bangkok!

A travel blog entry by bturet

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... an amazing sight to see this "Reclining Buddha" which was all gold-plated and bigger than anyone could ever imagine. It measures 160 feet long and about fifty feet tall. It was impossible to get the whole Buddha in one picture. There were many people there who were putting coins in each of the one hundred and eight buckets lined up along the wall inside of Wat Pho for good luck.

Wat Pho, or Wat Phra Chetuphon, as it is generally known to the Thais, is famous for ...

Random tidbits for Thailand

A travel blog entry by crazyjz

1 US dollar is roughly 30 Baht. It's higher now at 32 or 33 because of the political unrest. Lots of sentences end in 'Ka' or 'Krap' (pronounced Klap) if you are either female or male respectively. I believe this is a sign of politeness in the language. The king is very much respected and is everywhere. There are laws against portraying the king in a negative image ...

A great month wandering Thailand

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle

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... an hour, people happily got on and off, I was staying on the same plane and headed on. I was starting to learn about Buddhist people and I likes what I saw. They seemed very sweet, peaceful and non-reactive. I actually had a long visit on my next flight with a well-spoken senior Buddhist monk. He gave me some books in English which I read for the rest of my trip. To this day, I don’t consider myself a Buddhist but I love the way they think, how peaceful they are, how they ...

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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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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good