The Residence Airport & Spa

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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Hail to the new king

A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 16, 2014

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... who actually are the gold diggers in the scene. It makes me wonder about the environment I'm going to explore. I believe it will be full of contradictions one should only weigh carefully before one could judge. Hey, but you all know me, so don't get your hopes up. We are flying EVA Air. Due to a problem with the passenger list we have large seats with extra space. A little luck. Alice was very keen on flying the Hello Kitty plane EVA Air has, but ...

The long ' road' to Bangkok

A travel blog entry by maja86 on Jun 09, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... My connecting flight in Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok got cancelled and therefore I had to wait another 7 hours for the next one instead of 2. The flight to Kuala Lumpur however was quite pleasant, although I didn't manage to get much sleep. Since I had to wait for 7 hours at the airport in Kuala Lumpur, I was able to sleep for three hours here though, which actually helped me to stay up until around 12 that night.
Once at ...

Sunday Funday

A travel blog entry by jturk1019 on May 18, 2014

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... Nina! Haha, gotta be accurate right? Loha Phrasat was right next to the protests that are going on. When we got there, they were closing down early because of the protestors. So we were only able to snap a few shots from outside and walk around the temple. It's known for having the roof made entirely out of stainless steel. Caught a cab from here and headed off to Chinatown for some special soup and then called it a day :) another great Bangkok weekend with my ...


A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock on May 10, 2014


... me, I knew we did it as a family when we were in Thailand before but know I can actually remember doing it! And then we went to the seal show which was amazing, even though it was all in Thai it was still really funny with one seal clapping what the other had done. Me and Donna sat pretty close to front and wondered why noone else was, it became apparent when we got absolutely soaked! After smelling of fish we tried ...


A travel blog entry by phil.worner on Apr 04, 2014

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... it wasn't for him so had come back again to live in Thailand. For dinner we went to an Indian restaurant - not the most authentic dish for your first night in Thailand but the chicken madras was one of the best curries I have ever had. Dinner was followed by shiesha, sambucca shots and jelly syringes before heading off to the infamous khao San road for some buckets and some nos balloons. We went to a pretty cool night club which meant this first official ...