The Boss's Place

35/33, Soi Suwan Sawat, Rama 4 Rd, Bangkok, 10120, Thailand | Hotel
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Elephants, and tigers, and bridges oh my!

A travel blog entry by hjurecko

7
28

... out a few cuss words, but I haven't minded it at all. Consider me a toaster strudel that pops right up! Each day has brought more excitement than I could have anticipated on this trip.
My tour guide today was going to be Tammy. Tam Tam for short (wait, is that short?). She was picking me up at 6 am sharp to go and explore Erawan Waterfall, the bridge over River Kwai, Tiger Temple, and last but not least...partake in an elephant bath! I've been ...

Bangkok Bound

A travel blog entry by harwoodjones

... the other airport so I went up to floor 3 as they instructed me and told me that was where the driver was going to be. I was just about to ring the hotel in a huff and tell them I'm going to find other transport as I'd been waiting over an hour but just I was about to do that the driver appeared - THANK GOD. My patience was further tested as the driver's boss then rang him to tell him that there was a demonstration (due to the prime ...

Bright Light City

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96

75

... disappointed. But then, we delved further in the place and found some more riches! We got ourselves some chopsticks and servers from a bric-a-brac shop before looking around the Artisits area and their galleries. The market is split up into areas and each area has its specialties – there was a pet area, the artists area, crockery and homewares, textiles, independent designers and food stalls dotted around. We ended up looking round for ages and Doug managed to bag ...

Contiki Asian Adventure - Bangkok (Thailand)

A travel blog entry by richelleworld

4

... like the ESRI one - damn can never leave work...lol). Some of the other guests joined us, however it was most a Contiki game of catch. After cooling off the group piled into a bus for the train station. The station housed some old trains, with some carriages better then others...the worst being the dinning cart o_O. We were able to get onto the train to dump our bags, and grab something to eat from the station. Unfortunately as the food court smelt like the worst smell of ...

Bangkok, Thailand

A travel blog entry by woodgeandfidge

23

... to have changed quite a bit since I was last here 5 years ago. The sky train is a good way to get around as well as the boats. Taxis are really cheap here you just have to be careful with the traffic. Tuk Tuks are also a popular mode of transport here. Along the river are a good selection of hotels and restaurants and a really good night market. We had afternoon tea at the Mandarin Oriental which was gorgeous, lots of good quality food, ...

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This hotel, located in the บางรัก area of Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Anantasamakom Throne Hall, Lavana, and Suan Lum Night Bazaar.
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