Suncity Hotel

Address: 41 Sukhumvit soi-11 Opposite Q-Bar Near Bumrungrad Hospital, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Bangkok

      A cidade que nunca pára | City that never stops

      A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Nov 26, 2014

      48 photos

      ... stica Khao San Road. Mesmo que você não seja fã das baladas intermináveis, vale a pena a visita. Uma rua lotada de lojas populares, barraquinas de rua com comidinhas tradicionais e bebidas, muitos, mas muitos bares e baladas, misturadas com lojas de massagem que estedem as cadeiras nas ruas e enquanto uns são massageados ouvindo um som eletrônico no último volume, o cara do lado como escorpiões fritos e um monte de loucos dançam freneticamente na rua. Na maior ...

      Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha and Bangkok Bride 2

      A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 15, 2014

      34 photos

      ... there were hundreds of tourists in there, the Thai people were still designated an area in which they were able to worship the Buddha image.

      The Grand Palace was beautiful. It wasn't overly decorated like the buildings around it but it was big and palatial all the same. Because it's not actually in use as a palace at the moment, you can actually walk right up to it. The whole place is pretty spectacular.

      When we'd left the palace, we didn't have time ...

      Only the 3rd worst airport in the world? Come on!

      A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Nov 01, 2014

      ... at a time – I figured it was normal. Later we find out it was abnormal – the whole country had a power failure. Yet another national disaster that just precedes us.

      We’re pleasantly surprised to find that they feed us dinner and breakfast for free, however the waiters keep asking for tips – no subtlety. “Here is your rice. Tips? Do you have some tips for us?” Yes – here’s a tip - ...

      Thanks for the Welcome, Samut Sakhon

      A travel blog entry by travelingtj on Oct 27, 2014

      ... after all). There were curious people in America, too. Thai people just seem to be more couth about how they express their curiosity. I've had everyone from monks to elderly women on public transport to a Japanese tourist at a temple ask to take pictures with me, touch my hair, touch my skin, and generally just show great fascination. It can be awkward, but I've learned that nothing breaks the tension or puts someone at ease more than a genuine smile. Just smile.  You'd ...

      Bangkok Day Three: Temples, Palaces, and Canals

      A travel blog entry by waddads on Sep 11, 2014

      2 comments, 27 photos

      ... of photos and generally being awed by it all. Except maybe the Emerald Buddha, which is actually really small, and you can't get very close to it. He wears one of three seasonal costumes (currently the rainy season costume). He's not actually emerald, being carved out of green jade. He was first discovered in 1434 in Chaing Rai and later brought to Bangkok. We had a quick break for cold drinks (the Royal family have many non profit foundations and one of them sells drinks ...