The Palazzo Bangkok

111 Soi Niam-Utit, Ratchadapisek Road, Dindaeng, Bangkok, 10320, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Bangkok - Wat Phra Kaew

A travel blog entry by danielandvanesa

We arrived at Bangkok after 6 hours of flight from Brisbane to Brunei, where we stopped for 45 min. Then 3 more hours to Bangkok. Paisarn (a Thai friend)picked us up at the airport and invited us for dinner at his house where we had SUKI. Then we went to the Palazzo Hotel.The next day he gave us a tour of Bangkok. We visited the Gran Palace (Wat …

Day Trips in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by martha.radtke


... they will always respond with a highly inflated price, simply because you're not Thai.

When you're hanging out with a 5'2" Thai-speaking spitfire (aka Amanda Unarut) - store owners know better to not rip you off.

Whether it was clothes shopping or ticket prices - Amanda gave anyone a piece of her mind (a piece none of us could translate) if they tried to escalate the prices on us. The result: adventuring through ...

Adventures in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by amy.beith


... to the station they said they were sold out but we were able to get them from a scalper and we ended up paying 2800 bhat (about 90 Canadian dollars) when we should have only paid 1800 (about 60 Canadian dollars) - our driver laughed at us and found this quite hilarious. We then toured the grand palace which was amazing. We had lunch at some hole in the street which was very tasty but the end ...

Thailand in a flash

A travel blog entry by 14rankin


Our ship docked at 7 am in Thailand. We were scheduled to go on Essence of Old Bankok tour. The trip was 2 hrs from our port to the city of Bangkok where we first saw temple of Reclining Buddha. The Buddha was so large and made of gold.
Then we rode tuk tuk with a police escort to the next temple where we listened to a monk chanting. Our trip was concluded with a trip to the Throne Hall made ...

First bit of week

A travel blog entry by jenniwhitt

Helloo I wrote about my journey on my first night but didn't publish it and then lost my phone the next day.... Haha, first day in Bangkok went for a stroll n to get some food and just round the corner from our hotel I got my phone out to take a photo of the street pad-Thai I bought to show you I was eating Thai food!! ...

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This hotel, located in the ดินแดง area of Bangkok, is near Siam Paragon, Siam Niramit, Siam Center and Siam Discovery Center, and Royal City Avenue.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good