Siri Sathorn

Address: 27 Soi Saladaeng 1, Silom Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Siri Sathorn Bangkok

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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Chinatown Closed

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on May 24, 2015

    6 photos

    I could see that the Giant Swing was only another block away so passing the closed shops made my way there.

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    South towards Chinatown and with the closed shops there was little pedestrian traffic on an otherwise busy road.
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    We're afloat

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Apr 19, 2015

    16 photos

    ... I was quite happy not to be going inside. We did have to take our shoes off to go to the part where there was a reclining budha (not as big or grand as the one we have previously visited), but didn't have to "cover up", which was good, as the two other girls had short shorts on. It was pretty hot (our guide estimated 37˚ and 80% humidity), so we were back in the air conditioned van pretty smartly, ready to brave the crazy Sunday traffic and return ...

    And so the 20 hour Journey Begins....

    A travel blog entry by elizacass on Feb 22, 2015

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... bag. I will leave this extra bag in storage at my guesthouse in Bangkok, and for 10 baht , 25 cents, a day, well worth it.This means.....checking bags. Its something traveling on standby that is not done, unless absolutely necessary. Its free, but its risky. You get a seat last minute sometimes, right when they are about to close the aircraft door and that last passenger is still in line at Starbucks and has lost track of time, and its your lucky ...

    Our first day, blog post by Colette

    A travel blog entry by leeadventure on Jan 17, 2015

    8 photos

    ... had closed an hour earlier, so we bought some food at the 7-11 next to our building. We picked instant noodle soups as we have a kettle in the apt to boil water and some yogurts. And we ate the fruit we bought at the market earlier today. The 7-11 has a little bit of everything, which is very handy. We were able to exchange some American money for Thai baht there today at a good rate. 
We went to the bank just down the street today to get ...

    Waterfalls, Tigers and Monkeys, Oh My!

    A travel blog entry by beauandcraig on Jan 07, 2015

    143 photos

    ... say mai which is Thai for no. At first glance, the Tiger Temple seems like little more than an interactive zoo. One American volunteer told us that the monks do not interact with the tigers much. I'm not really sure what to think. The animals seem to have a lot of room to move around and given their endangered status, I guess it's better that they are kept here than hunted in the wild. The drive back to Bangkok went smoothly. Traffic in the city was ...