The Okura Prestige Bangkok
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Bangkok is completely different to Singapore and all the other cities I've been to. There is no sense or order to anything round and it seems that ther of people next to you. Its a great place to experience things that you wouldn't have before.
Bangkok is an amazing place it is very different from Singapore. The temperature here is very dry compared to Singapore where you never feel dry. There are so many people no matter where you are. ...
... appeared, as if by magic and seemed deeply concerned that something was not to our liking. I explained, and she took us to our elevator - only those staying at the Tower Club can use our elevator - and so in we got. We headed straight for the 58th Floor at top speed. The lift stopped and out we got. I had never seen plushness like it at 58 floors up - exquisite art hung from the walls, the lighting was low and intimate, and the corridor was long and a faint aroma of sandalwood ...
... in Bangkok. The first stop was the Golden Buddha about 30 minutes from the hotel, so the driver dropped us off and we had a good look round and it was pretty gold! Half an hour later we got back into the car and he took us to the Grand Palace which was also pretty good, this is where we had our first taste of Thai food, totaled a grand 250 Baht (£5) not to bad at all and with that a bottle of water each from here we moved in to another temple - which I can't remember it's ...
... him anything if we went. We were only in the shop for about
5minutes and it was pretty funny, with them draping fabrics round Scarlett and
getting Sorcha to try on big winter coats. We gave Danny a tip for driving us around
anyway: 19p haha! I love how cheap everything is here, we had a really nice BBQ
dinner and drinks then hit the bars for a few chang beers and sangsom buckets,
was honestly one of the best nights I ...
... rest of the day. Deciding to head to the 7 eleven just around the corner as he had suggested, I very gingerly left the confines of the hotel, but kept a careful eye open for any protestors. As I was heading back from the 7 eleven I stumbled across a coffee shop so decided to stop off for a late lunch given everything seemed to be fine in the surrounding area. Then blow me down, as soon as my sandwich and coffee arrived, so did the ...