Siri Sathorn

Address: 27 Soi Saladaeng 1, Silom Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the บางรัก area of Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Chinatown, Rajawongse Clothier, and State Tower.
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      Bangkok - busy and everyone wants your baht

      A travel blog entry by liz_h24 on Jan 18, 2015

      ... of worked out where it was heading, managed to get on without falling over or in and then set off. This thing was brilliant - shot along the canals, the driver lowering or heightening the roof when we passed under bridges and blue tarpaulin around the sides to pull up and protect yourself from spray - all the while the two conductors clambered around the edge of the boat getting everyone's 9bht for tickets. We got off near Siam square to explore the indoor ...

      Bangkok 10/1/15-13/1/15

      A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Jan 10, 2015

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      It was a whole day of travelling from Borneo to Bangkok. We first had to fly to KL, wait 5 hours and then get a flight from KL to Bangkok. We caught a bus and then the sky train before we arrived at our hostel, The Bed Station which is one of the best hostels we've stayed at yet! By the time we arrived at the hostel it was about 7pm and we were knackered from a full days travelling. We asked the receptionist where nearby ...


      A travel blog entry by karolinajb on Dec 04, 2014

      9 photos

      ... including (what was nice to see) free food and water ( we didn't try the food as the hygiene and crowds don't mix and what won't harm locals, might upset European stomach severely). Almost everyone on the street was wearing yellow shirt- color of monarchy and waving a Thai flag. I'm not big on crowds, especially in Asia where the concept of personal space is unheard of, so we spent few days exploring local cafes, shops and of the best cinemas ...

      Bangkok... The city that never sleeps!

      A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Dec 01, 2014

      169 photos

      ... There was a crew of British guys who provided for much entertainment. They were kind of like the Aussie guys I had met previously on my trip, a while back in south India. Just British, and divers instead of surfers. Just as awesome and equally as hilarious. My dive partner was a New Zealand girl named Rachael. I called her little one. She was a fire cracker and reminded me of myself at her age. (I know.. Scary right?!) lol I was only about ten years her senior. Most of the ...

      The long hard road

      A travel blog entry by piholland on Nov 21, 2014

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      ... you if you want to walk somewhere with out ******* out cash.

      I'm a city boy so I know these things are city related, you just have to take it with a pinch of salt, but its a reminder to be on your guard again, for three weeks we have been treated like royalty, never felt under threat (apart from the angry Sri-lankian who abused me in the Mandalay Hotel) and never felt likely to get ripped off. Back in the mega city we ...