Sitara Place Serviced Apartments

Address: 576/1 U-Charoen Soi 11, Ratchadapisek Soi 3, Road, Asoke-Dindaeng Road, Kwaeng/Khet Dindaeng, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the พระนคร area of Bangkok, is near Democracy Monument, Absolute Explorer, Wat Bovornivet, and Romaneenart Park.
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    Jetlag & a day to ourselves.

    A travel blog entry by richardandkaty on Aug 12, 2015

    26 photos

    ... we had cooling showers and then laid by the pool for an hour. Currently we have headed down to the hotel lobby for 7pm, where they are doing a candle ceremony to celebrate the Queens birthday. - more after this! Back to the room and we've been part of the candle light service which the nation took part of for the Queens birthday. Basically we stood at the front of the hotel and watch 3 ladies and one gentlemen all dressed in blue, the older lady seemed to be important as ...

    Bangkok, a hot Day Two

    A travel blog entry by midge_david on Jun 27, 2015

    6 photos

    ... name knock-offs to bespoke full-tailored suits. The ladies selling trinkets - how do they make a living? - to the inevitable beautiful young Thai women on the arms of fat, balding white western men, evidence of the famous (or infamous) sex tourism - each disturbing and exploitative.We head for Chiang Mai tonight, if we can figure out where the bus leaves from. It promises to be a lot calmer. When we return to Bangkok I am looking forward to the Grand Palace. You can't see too many ...

    Day Four: Great Relics and Monsoons

    A travel blog entry by kristenhanlon on May 08, 2015

    17 photos

    ... they'll suck you dry of time, words, and baht. Some random lady came up and started yelling to the man in Thai and we made our quick get away while he wasn't looking.

    The streets were stacked with fumes and people, everyone had medical masks on. They're so common place that they now make fashion masks they sell on the street. Tourists packed in like sardines, and not westerner tourists, Asian tourists. We slithered our way through to the ...

    Crossing Myanmar

    A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on May 08, 2015

    18 photos

    ... into a rut and had to follow it,eventually it was discovered the best way to do it was fast. What a change from India,no HORNS,constantly blowing,no traffic,it was lovely,India was lovely too but in a different way. We passed through jungles,and past temples,people with stalls at side of road selling natural produce,it was all fantastic. We were now fighting to keep up with the lead car,who was driving so very fast,a bit like a F1 driver at times I was doing 70-80 ...

    Rendezvous in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Jan 24, 2015

    56 photos

    ... of the lessons. I was so glad that I wasn’t going to have to go along and teach with them. Uli was very ambitious in what he wanted to do. I got tired of suggesting to him that that he needed to keep things simple and even Martin, after two weeks’ experience, was trying to rein in Uli’s most outlandish ideas. Finally they were done and I said my farewells and scurried off for a late lunch at the little noodle stall up the road.

    I spent ...