Sathorn Terrace Apartment

210 N. Sathorn Road, Bangkok, Thailand | Hotel
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Great train journey

A travel blog entry by lizannlogan

Turned out I got the upper bunk as it was shorter and thinner. They came round a fed us great Thai food. They shouldn't be called "sleeper" cars but more "awake" cars since the grinding noise of the wheels and all the other banging made sleep very challenging. We arrived in Chain Mai and it was much cooler. A mini bus too us to Wat Doi Suthep a big Buddhist temple on top of a mountain. It was a big shrine because some of the ...

Thai-riffic Times

A travel blog entry by sarzmc


... line the inside walls of the temple complex. It is a fantastic story about humans fighting demons over the human king’s wife, and the murals are beautifully painted with gold leaf highlights. We moved through towards the Grand Place buildings, built by Rama V in 1882, who had been to Europe and liked the renaissance style buildings. The result is a strange mix of European style on the bottom, with a traditional Thai-style roof. We also saw some of the royal guard marching ...

A full day in Bangkok!

A travel blog entry by bturet


... inside praying to the Emerald Buddha. We also had to dress conservatively today with long pants or dresses and no bare shoulders. We couldn't even wear capri pants and the men had to have collared shirts to go to the Grand Palace and to Wat Pho.

We spent a long time at the Grand Palace. Then we walked a good distance again, boarded a bus and went on a short ride to Wat Pho to see the Reclining Buddha. We had to take off our shoes at this Wat (temple) as well. It ...

Bangkok protests

A travel blog entry by sileas


... as it lamed the traffic and unfortunately there were some violent riots too. It happenend to get inevitable to bump into one of these protest activities, but in general the protesters demonstrated loudly, though peacefully. I never felt any danger and in some parts it was rather a fairground atmosphere with loads of food, music and Thai nationalism. The photos were taken during my two months on-and-off stays in ...

A great month wandering Thailand

A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle


... platter for me and some little fried dough with sugar as a surprise. They personally saw me off at about 6AM, as the tuk-tuk came down the street and shuttled me off to the local airport. I got through the check in pretty easily and soon was seated on my Thai Airways flight, no other foreigners on board.

One thing is interesting. When you fly domestically in a country, which I really enjoy, you meet people who have a bit more money and often better English language ability. ...

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