The Heritage Baan Silom
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... hour drive up to Korat or Nakhon Ratchasima. I was pretty out of it and there wasn't very much interesting on the road. Lots of rice paddies and very poor-looking areas that were selling fruits and fish on the street side. The one thing I saw was what looked like a very old car COMPLETELY engulfed in flame. Not just the engine on fire or whatever. ENGULFED. I cannot stress this enough. Pretty freaky to see. We made it up to the apartment without ...
... school, we had to wash all the ingredients before sitting down on the floor and preparing our first meal. Tom Yung Gooeng is a spicy soup which we made with prawns. After we had all finished gathering our ingredients and chopping them with a meat cleaver, we were each given a gas hob and wok and made our meal. It was the course we were least looking forward to, but we both really enjoyed it. Prawn pad Thai followed ...
... and being drugged but this definitely wasnt the case here, not with how boisterous they were! After giving the tigers some exercise time we get shown to the park agsin where we meet one of the big cats! We get to take turns walking him down to the big cat canyon where some of the bigger ones already are. We get our photostaken while walking the big guy on his leash its amazing! We get to the canyon and there are about 6 or 7 other tigers here. These are the much bigger and older ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Heritage Baan Silom Bangkok
Nice service from The Heritage Baan Silom. Located just nicely around area that you can have shopping and eating nearby. Room is nicely decorated, but the water heater only works after a while you run the water on. Wifi cannot reach up to higher floors but guests are always welcomed to hang out at the beautiful lobby.
I would recommend the place for business travelers and honeymooners.
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