Suncity Hotel

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

Bangkok Brits!

A travel blog entry by harriet1708 on Jun 07, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

It is our third night in Bangkok and we have had a great few days! Yesterday we went to a snake farm which was really interesting, Harriet got bitten by Mosquitos/midges but thankfully not snakes. However, Instead of normal bites Harriet seems to have had some sort of allergic reaction to them which we have now got cream from the doctor (also based at snake farm and cost only 100 baht/2 pounds for cream, registration and to see a doctor). ...

Destination 11 – Chiang Mai & Bangkok

A travel blog entry by t-dot on May 19, 2014

3 photos

... some dinner and headed back to the hotel to plan a bit more of the trip.

On Sundays during certain hours the city closes off some roads in the old city to vehicles and turns them into a market packed with souvenirs and street food. We walked through the market for a few hours and then on our way back to the hotel we came across a nice Italian man offering free hugs to passers-by. We stopped and took him up on his offer, ...

Day 2 in Bangkok: an interesting one...

A travel blog entry by amberstravels on May 07, 2014

1 comment

... as I know when I get there everything will be triple the price. Then I went into boots and noticed something really funny. Do you know in boots you get those really orange girls all made up, well in boots in Thailand there was a really here a boy served me who had whitened himself so much he looked like a ghost. It was literally like he chalked up his face. So strange how you always want the opposite of what you've got! then I felt something I ...

Thailand- Bangkok

A travel blog entry by on Mar 02, 2014

... the locals price. He hailed a tuktuk for us at a very cheap price, and we found ourselves at a port undoubtedly for locals. Because it's slightly further out of the city, it's away from he normal tourist trail but essentially flies the same route ending at the Biggest temple to see in Bangkok. It was a great adventure and we were ever grateful for doing something out of the ordinary and at a cheaper price. The temples were huge and grandeur. As expected, tons ...

A concert in the children home

A travel blog entry by budabbottblog on Feb 06, 2014

8 photos

... and age in Bangkok. Men sit in chairs watching people pass a rather flimsy barricade. A stage is set up with a big screen (10 meters X 5 meters). A PA system the Great full Dead would be proud of booms out the happy song sang by a pretty women. Street venders fill the streets and thousands of people pass by on their daily errands and it is obviously carnival time. At the TRCCH I worked on a formal letter in their office and Tom was interviewed by ...