The Eugenia

Address: 267 Soi Sukhumvit 31, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Wattana. area of Bangkok, is near Khlong Saen Saeb, Romaneenart Park, King Prajadhipok Museum, and Payathai Palace.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Pad Thai!

    A travel blog entry by on Jun 26, 2015

    7 comments, 9 photos

    ... br> them into this blog, too! For now, enjoy
    the photos---Koh Samui and Bangkok. Stay
    tuned for Chaing Mai! Will there be an
    elephant in my future? I suspect there
    will be! No tigers, though, even if I
    have heard that you can lay down with one.
    I did try fried silkworms and fried crickets in the market last night,
    but tiger cuddling may be a bit more than I am up for. Ya’ ...

    Return to Khao San

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Jun 12, 2015

    2 photos

    ... introduced me to a noodle soup dish that was probably a little spicy for my delicate tongue. My afternoon was slightly more productive, although I did struggle with lesson plans for my reading classes - the books that explain each class to you just don't make a lot of sense and leave a lot of information missing. After work everyone headed to a bar near by, we only stayed for one but it was good to be social with people. We were invited ...

    And the adventure begins...

    A travel blog entry by brooke.guerrini on May 04, 2015

    4 photos

    First impressions: Thailand is really hot and Bangkok is smelllllllyyy. First lesson: cab drivers will rip you off. I had a rough journey because I got sick right before I left. 30 hours travelling was difficult to say the least. And my ears never popped after the flight no matter how many tricks I tried (they still haven't so I might go see a doctor). When I finally arrived in Bangkok, I got stopped by the quarantine people ...

    Leg 6: Bangkok to Chiang Mai

    A travel blog entry by thegales on Mar 15, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... soccer. The feats of acrobatics that are on display make it well worth the effort to see. The streets. Bangkok is nothing if not dynamic, and a relatively nondescript side street by day can transform into a buzzing market by evening. New food stalls are constantly popping up on the side of any particular road, and depending on the time of day you find yourself walking it will likely determine what is on offer. Beyond the street vendors, there will typically be a ...

    Rendezvous in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Jan 24, 2015

    56 photos

    ... This large fairly traditional Thai restaurant is located down a little side street, has been run by the same old lady since time immemorial and is a firm favourite with travellers. It’s a no frills type of place, cheap and always packed. When Phil and I arrived it seemed full but the old lady found us two seats at a table with some other Europeans and we ordered a selection of dishes from the extensive menu. They arrived as and when they were ready and were ...