Summit Pavilion

55 Soi Pattanakarn 65 Pattanakarn Rd., Praveth, Bangkok, 10250, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 55 Soi Pattanakarn 65 Pattanakarn Rd., Praveth, Bangkok, is near Jim Thompson House, Snake Farm (Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute), Baipai Thai Cooking School, and Culture tour.
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Arrival of mum

A travel blog entry by mshelga on Aug 03, 2014

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... was an interesting ride through the streets of the city that never sleeps. The relieve on mum's face when she saw me spoke chapters. Desperation, anxious, culture shock... Mum and I sat relaxed in the hourglass restaurant with a lovely breakfast, that varied from fresh fruits to rice noodles with vegetables in chinese brown sauce/soup which was my first choice as a remembrance of proper ...

Bangkok. A reason they don't call it Bangcu**

A travel blog entry by simmshady on Jul 26, 2014

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... many other amazing dishes, my new trait of trying and enjoying many new foods left Sarah astounded once again and after another couple of cocktails we headed from the opulence of the most expensive meal I've ever bought (and not regretted) to the relative squalor of a sukhumvit soi 11 to meet EMMA Gray for drinks. Well I say squalor but it was also fantastic, pretty much a a small wooden carriage rammed with every type of booze imaginable a bunch of plastic garden chairs and ...

Thailand - Bangkok

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on May 16, 2014

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... location, but also because the design is very different to the other temples. Wat Arun is partly made up of colorfully decorated spires and stands majestically over the water.

The easiest way how to get to Wat Arun is to take a boat from Phra Athit Pier to Tha Tian Pier (BHT 15 p.p.) and then to catch a small shuttle boat transporting passengers from one side of the river to the other for only BHT 3 per person. Unfortunately we were told at the hotelīs reception ...

Lost in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on May 06, 2014

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... as the death railway constructed by the POW's so I'm looking
forward to experiencing some of the history around it despite the
atrocious nature of it all.


So eventually one week later, several bottles of whiskey, lord knows how many beers and bowls of noodle soup we needed to move on. Bangkok swallowed us up for way longer than we had intended and spat us back out as we left. I'm not a city person but it's up there with Hong Kong for being one of the ...

Pad thai, pad thai, and more pad thai!

A travel blog entry by emma_rivers on Apr 28, 2014

... cramped into a sleeper bus, but it was much cheaper than the train or flight. We found out after booking the bus, that it can be dangerous as there are no official speed limits at night, and so drivers can go as fast as needed to meet their schedule. Unfortunately it was too late to change our plans, so we locked up our bags and hoped for the best. To be continued...

Thanks for reading, I hope you've enjoyed it. Until the next one.

Love as always, Emma and Tom xx ...