Sp Power Lodge

1473/3 Ladkrabang Road , Bangkok, 10520, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the ลาดกระบัง area of Bangkok.
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    The long ' road' to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by maja86 on Jun 09, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... to sleep in, let alone with 7 others in the same room. Thankfully Anna told me they turn the airconditioning off from 12 - 6 pm...phew. The room was quite good and clean. There're were 8 beds and the lockers were big enough to store both my backpack and my overpacked daypack. I had enough privacy, as the beds were separated by both curtains as a mosquito ' fence' . Every bed had its own tv, light and two power-points. And indeed, ...


    A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock on May 09, 2014

    ... I figured that the protests would all kick off again but didn't realise how close we would be. It was soo annoying we'd walked all that way and had to turn back, a local even said to us it's not safe for us there and we should leave and even suggested a few places to visit instead. We started the long longgg walk back to the hostel, after which we were so tired and hot we just wanted to chill. This we did in the awesome cinema room in the hostel, they ...

    Back to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by phil.worner on Apr 12, 2014

    2 photos

    ... After a couple of bus transfers after the ferry made it to Surat Thani airport with a few hours to wait until my flight. Couple of FaceTime calls and a flight later I was back in the big smoke of Bangkok. Took a cab to the four seasons hotel where I was set to meet up with oak as he lived just around the corner. Got to see oaks flat he shares with his brother and also meet his brother, the first member of has family I've met in the nine ...


    A travel blog entry by phil.worner on Apr 04, 2014

    14 photos

    ... t look it and will never be sold as all these houses stay in the families for generations. You can easily spot the millionaires as there houses are compatible to back home. We also stopped and bought a loaf of bread. Not to eat but to feed to the fish in the river. They go nuts over bread as you can see in the video I have attached. On the way to the first temple, Luke our guide pointing out the very tall lebua hotel - which no one gave a **** about until he ...

    Thailand: Bangkok III

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Mar 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... tour we finished off some admin in the flat before departing for the Visa Office. We arrived to a find the office incredibly busy, but thankfully queues were moving very quickly. We were soon able to hand over our yellow slip in exchange for our two passports complete with visas for Myanmar. Hurrah! We found some food and drinks and settled down on the jetty to wait for Helen and her friend to arrive since we'd planned to visit Khao San Road for the evening. Here, Helen ...