The AETAS lumpini

Address: 1030/4 Rama IV Road, Thungmahamek, Sathorn, Bangkok, 10120, Thailand | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on 1030/4 Rama IV Road, Thungmahamek, Sathorn, Bangkok, is near Rajawongse Clothier, Chinatown, State Tower, and The Marble Temple (Wat Benchamabopitr).
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      Bangkok part 2

      A travel blog entry by ourcrazylife on Jun 23, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... 2 hours by the pool!.....Darren’s skin was
      so painful he could barely move his body! But we r happy to announce that we
      are 100% better……with the odd scar I think!.....but u can’t make an omelette
      without breaking eggs!!

      Today we move up to a place north of Bangkok called Chiang Mai….we
      are going to get the sleeper train that lasts 10 hours! But luckily we both
      have bunk ...

      Birthday boobs in Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on May 10, 2014

      10 photos

      ... housekeeping everyday. Our room had mood lighting and an electronic do not disturb/please make up the room sign! Many of these things we have not experienced yet on our trip so it was definately a novelty. The hotel also had a gym (which I used twice!) and a lovely roof top pool area where they had happy hour every evening :) This is definately spoiling us! The food in the hotel was also delicious. A big fat breakfast, buffet style all you can eat affair. I named it ...

      The beginning

      A travel blog entry by jakepaul on May 06, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... as Neil. Neil was heading up to his home town of Phitsanulok to visit his Dad, who had recently been admitted to hospital following an accident in which three of his toes had been severed off... I have no idea what he was doing at the time and quite frankly I didn't really feel like I had the stomach to hear the story at that point in time, so let it slide.

      The reason I mention Neil is because it's not very often that you experience RAKs (Random Acts of Kindness ...

      Taken for a Ride

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 18, 2014

      19 photos

      ... The tuk-tuk drivers receive a cut of the purchases tourists make. We were very happy we chose not to spend our time or money with these greedy misleading "tour guides". And by the way, the Palace wasn't closed until 1PM. It was open the whole day!

      Wat Pho's entrance fee is more than 50THB, but it was worth it. We opted not to hire a guide to take us around since we planned on doing that at the Grand Palace based on suggestions from Trip Advisor. Without ...

      Palaces, Pools, and Protestants

      A travel blog entry by mobbys_travels on Apr 07, 2014

      8 photos

      ... YESS, OHHH (laugh), Ohhhhh......" She was cracking his back, and every time it cracked he was yelling out!

      The massages came to 200 baht each, and we tipped 40 baht between the two women. It was then time to head to the station for our long 14 hour train journey up to Chaing Mai. We had to arrive early as our train tickets were booked through a travel agency. Tickets can only be booked in advance at a station or online while in Thailand. With the upcoming New Year here we ...