Forum Park Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Forum Park Hotel Bangkok
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... enter Wat Pho. So if you dont have long sleeves and trousers on you can borrow a cover up and some loose trousers from the entrance for free.
After leaving Wat Pho we hoped to visit the Grand Palace although we found it was closed at 3.30pm. We were then hounded by tuk tuk drivers until we eventually craved and took on to see the standing buddha. Now that was a disappointment! The bottom half of the buddha had been blocked with ...
... service is minimal so regretfully it's unlikely you will see many postings. I'll try this one. Pics are impossible to send - incredible scenes! I am stunned by this country. We have a wonderful young guide full of in depth knowledge of Buddhism which he practices at every stop and loves to discuss and share his experiences. The middle child of seven, first young person to leave his small village...we ...
... is unfortunately not spent exactly as I would have like it. One bad dinner and food poisoning is not my friend, on a positive note I have now learnt the worst possible place to get sick, when staying on the top bunk of an 8 bed dorm on a hostel floor with only one toilet between 30 people. I was however very fortunate not to run into anyone during the night, so at least I didn’t have to politely face anyone whilst being violently ill. A day of self appointed bed rest and ...
... A bit intimadating
It is huge , People everywhere. There is a lot of money in this city as well as a lot of poverty .
The same as any county or city.
Traffic flows a bit differently here. The streets are narrow, especially the back streets. There are very skilled drivers here!
You have cement walls on both sides, cars coming both ways , and motorcycles that can pass down the middle or on either side.
If you are ...
... been to China, so I can't speak to the veracity of Bangkok's Chinatown, but Caitlynn, having just been, said it was very accurate. We spent a good few hours wandering around the shops and stalls, looking at the good and smelling the food (some amazing and some repugnant smells I hope to never again experience). Caitlynn tried to buy a pair of shoes, but apparently everything in Chinatown is wholesale, you can only buy six of something at a time. Eventually, we found our ...