Sawasdee Sukhumvit Inn
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
After being told our train would take 10 hours from the Thai border, we got into Bangkok after 8:00am. First taxi driver didn't know where we were staying; the second also didn't know but was able to give us a fixed price. Nice.
The hotel had given our room away, they told us we canceled, and we hadn't. After a few questions that the …
After navigating through passport control we left the airport, first person we saw came up to us acting like a nice guy offering a taxi, being young and stupid we accepted this kind gentleman's offer. As we walked away from the taxi rank towards a clapped out old Volvo alarm bells started ringing, obviously not for Jennings who got in this unmarked …
I arrived tired but happy in Bangkok
The flight was ok, thank God it was a
direct flight but 11 hours still can be long on a plane, especially
if you can't sleep. I envy the people around me on a plane, who just
close their eyes and start falling asleep right away.- I simply
can't. Well in the end I caught …
Being sick is never fun and no one wants to be sick on his holiday. I had been sick in SE-Asia several times and usually it's not too bad and passes as quickly as it comes.
But yesterday morning I was a little bit worried since I had an 15-hour long train ride ahead. I had piercing stomach ache, diarrhea and when I tried to eat just plain toast …
Having met Nong Mam yesterday noon I published my first blog entry. Everything takes longer here of course. The Internet isn't that fast as I am used to at home and of course my 10 inch netbook isn't as fast as my notebook at home. But on the other hand you get the latest and freshest information that way :)
In the evening I met a Thai friend …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Friendly place with a nice room, a bit out of our budget at 1200 baht a night but you get quite a lot for your money.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.