Ten Stars Inn
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
Day 22: Today we have flown into Bangkok, we got here late morning which makes things so much easier when finding hotels and getting around, especially with the use of the train, it's nice to know that we are arriving into a city with good public transport, makes things so much easier. After checking in we went for a walk, and the amount of people …
to i am going to the paragon cineplex to see what films they have to other in there part of the world to see if it is done differently here and i also needed a good film to see which basically kills two birds with one stone in that sense the thing is that it is also one of their biggest cinemas in Bangkok which makes it even better.
So in total it was very good to see it and how they have their layout setup and how much different to what ...
... the local people than tourists. I don’t think we saw another westerner the whole time we were there! Oh my goodness – the food! We had so much fun watching the stall holders prepare their foods and interact with them, It was so amazing to just watch everyone there - the place just buzzes and it seems like a place local families go just to get together and eat. They sell whole baked fish and families just sit around on the waterside digging into the fish with their ...
... and have my own room for $5 per night. The taxi driver charged me £10 for a £2 journey even though the taxi by law was ''on the meter'' and I made sure he reset at the start. He said that 'gasoline costs are high' and I told him the price was too much but he only slashed it from 650 baht to 500. It was too late in the evening and I was too tired to avoid the trap (the journey should have ...
... As Gem and Nath had warned us the market was full of tat but was great for people watching as it's used by the locals as well as tourists.
Sunday afternoon saw us head off to Chinatown to visit the world's most expensive Buddha - made of 5.5 tonnes of solid gold it was pretty impressive. Apparently it was covered in plaster for a number of years to prevent it from being stolen by the Burmese and only rediscovered when it was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking