Grand Mercure Bangkok Asoke Residence

50/5 Sukhumvit Soi, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Chao Phraya River, Wat Pho Thai Traditional Massage School, Silom Thai Cooking School, and Sukhumvit.
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    Off To India

    A travel blog entry by techhdarre on Aug 12, 2014

    9 comments, 6 photos

    ... the car and head to the Krabi airport and fly to Bangkok. My feelings are now mixed! The bravado I was feeling when the trip was still well in the future has waned a bit now that it is staring me in the face! The butterflies of anticipation in my stomach are starting to make me a little queasy. Damn them!

    Maybe I should just plan trips and not go!! Because I really like the anticipation of it!

    This phase? Not so much!

    Nevermind, I'll be fine. I think I ...

    Asian arrival, Bangkok stylee

    A travel blog entry by lukeandsarah on Jul 27, 2014

    ... on freeway, Sarah thinks Bangkok looks a little bit ugly, Luke is invigorated to be back, and then the taxi driver 'No Changes!' us. We are robbed of 1 pound.
    Courteous check in process into great value and beautiful hotel on Soi2 Samsen. Can't however sleep until the sun is up due to jetleg.

    Monday 28th

    Late wake up, just in time for breakfast. So tired felt dizzy. Buffet including bolognaise and chicken wings for breakfast.
    2 ...

    Can I take a photo with you?

    A travel blog entry by richardensten on Jun 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... s considered an act of disrespect. Sitting with crossed legs is a no no due to your toes pointing forward. The preferred position is with your legs folded underneath you and your toes pointing behind you. Fine in theory, but the less flexible end up with their legs sprawled out to the side in some half sitting/half lying pose. Everyone is very quiet and respectful whilst trying to take in some of the history ...

    It's Bangkok Baby

    A travel blog entry by nomes981 on Apr 27, 2014

    19 photos

    ... day we did a 1/2 day city and temple tour which cost 980bht each. Booked through our hotel tour desk. Our tour guide had the funniest American accent, I guess when they learn English they learn how to speak like an American? It was us another couple and a single guy so a small size which was nice.

    First temple was Wat Traimit known as the Golden Buddha, the Buddha is pure gold weighing approx 5.5 tons and 15 feet tall. It is thailands most valued treasure and tbe ...

    Last Story

    A travel blog entry by aa_halford on Apr 27, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. This is where 18year old boys work for less than $2 a day if there is even work to be do.
    We were taken along the river towards the lake by 2 young boys passing loads of people just standing in the river and fishing or clearing out their small fish farm or just existing in what can only be described as smelly dirty water

    I could ...