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

Bangkok, Ping Pong & Lady Boys!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Oct 24, 2014

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... fight lasts for five rounds, each round being 3 minutes long. Most of the fights we watched went the whole hog, except one which was a knock out on round three. The fighter was stretchered off but other than a bad headache seemed fine!

The noise from the crowds along with the constant trance like percussion of a snake charmers flute and triangle bell is something which is hard to put into words what an ...

The Grand Palace and The Golden Mount

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Oct 07, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

... the views of Bangkok were stunning. We stood for some time just taking it in. After a while, we started chatting to a very happy monk. I think his name was Leung Pi. He was very keen to improve his English, which was already very good, and was delighted to chat to native speakers. He has been a monk for 8 years and climbs to the top of the mount as often as he can. He told us that most Thai men will be a monk for at least seven days at ...

Bangkok. A reason they don't call it Bangcu**

A travel blog entry by simmshady on Jul 26, 2014

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So we arrived got the skytrain in. Probably on of the best overground public transport systems I've ever seen. Pretty much a monorail above most main city dual carriageways. Get our hotel. Hotel icon in an area called sukhumvit. Which we very quickly learned was the red light district First order of business was sleep. We then awoke and checked out the local area and to be honest we went into the first bar which looked like it served western food and we were greeted with an ...

Bangkok - why people wear a surgical mask?

A travel blog entry by the_lips on Jul 17, 2014

59 photos

... we go and visit another site, and offered much advice on many things in the area. He told us not to worry, he wasn't selling anything, just on his lunch break. Then he went on to say we should go up to this other site with a Tuk-Tuk as they are cheaper (hotel warned us not to use the Tuk-tuk, as they will take you to a commission shop and try to get you to buy souvenirs...). Had we ever tried a government ...

Day 3 - Brilliant Bangkok Baht

A travel blog entry by mattymatty1313 on Jun 18, 2014

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... we dabbled with the Pork Samurai burger and Korean fish bites.. we don't think it will be making it onto the British menu any time soon! We then decided to chill out (again) from the hussle and bussle so we relaxed over a big bottle of Chang, for only 90BHT. Here Eloise failed miserably to avoid buying a very novel present, but at least she got a bargain, maybe it was the drink that encouraged us to buy yet more ...