The Residence Airport & Spa

Address: 1,135/1 Soi Chaloemprakiat 25, Sukhumvit 103 Road (Udomsook near Suan Luang R.9), Bangkok, 10250 , Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the ประเวศ area of Bangkok, is near Jim Thompson House, Snake Farm (Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute), Baipai Thai Cooking School, and Culture tour.
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Day 1 Our day of relaxation

A travel blog entry by cazg on Dec 22, 2014

8 photos

... No matter how much sweet syrup she put in it was disgusting. We walked for kilometres and after a few hours without spending a Baht, we found an international food court for lunch. Madi went for pizza and I had Thai green curry. Funny enough, I had to share. A quick ride back to the hotel for our pamper part of the day. Waxing, mani pedis, facial and Thai massage. All for a few Aussie dollars. Madi had her first Thai massage done by a very ...

A cidade que nunca pára | City that never stops

A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Nov 26, 2014

48 photos

... os tailandeses sabem muito bem como fazer isso com sorriso no rosto. Bem, como nada é perfeito nesse mundo, a palavra de ordem aqui é BARGANHA. Nada no estilo “Índia”, graças a Deus. Mas barganhar é preciso. Desde pra pegar os tuktuks da vida, até comprar uma camisetinha, ou mesmo um item de decoração. Seja na rua, no shopping, nas barrraquinhas de comidas e bebidas (que estão espalhadas por todas as ruas da cidade). Parada obrigatória também é a famosa ...

Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha and Bangkok Bride 2

A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Nov 15, 2014

34 photos

... translates. I thoroughly recommend visiting here if anyone finds themselves in Thailand. It's very busy there! Loads of people. But it's so impressive I can understand why.

We couldn't take photos of the emerald Buddha but that room was pretty impressive too. The Buddha image was high up and about 3/4 metre high. The temple was beautifully decorated with artwork on the walls and images of the Buddha and gold statues everywhere. It was nice because ...

Only the 3rd worst airport in the world? Come on!

A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Nov 01, 2014

... same overnight layover we do. In total we’ll fly about 4 hours but it’ll take us 21 to complete our trip. It was significantly cheaper, we don’t have an income – our time is worth very little monetarily right now, and we're still young (read: foolish) enough to think spending a night in the airport won't be so bad.

We stake out a spot on some padded benches to bed down for the night. Later the guy behind the desk ...

Bangkok Day Three: Temples, Palaces, and Canals

A travel blog entry by waddads on Sep 11, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... we caught a city bus to Wat Pho, our first stop. It was fun to walk with Gof and to take the bus too. Wat Pho was pretty amazing, with many "pagodas". It is also home to a very large Reclining Buddha - second largest in Thailand). Wat Pho was a centre of learning (medicine, Thai massage, etc). It was another hot and mostly sunny day today (the forecast said rain so we brought our umbrellas but in fact the sun came out and there was never any rain at all). It was ...