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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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Hello Bangkok.

A travel blog entry by ainsleyvigor on Jun 10, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... stop and wandered aimlessly. They have a lot of shopping malls here and they pump out the air con so I'm more than happy to look around the shops. We rode the underground a couple of stops which cost 50 pence and they also have a sky train that is elevated and this too is very cheap. The cabs try and rip you off by not using their meters and want a fixed price which is a hell of a lot more. So you just need to walk a bit further round the block and find a metered cab. The tuc ...

Destination 11 – Chiang Mai & Bangkok

A travel blog entry by t-dot on May 19, 2014

3 photos

Day 2 in Chiang Mai started off a little late so we went back to the old city to catch the things we missed the day before. We went back to one of the temples we saw the day before to see the ruins of the chedi behind it. I was surprised that we had missed the chedi because of how big it is, but it's blocked from view by the main temple building. You have to walk behind the temple to actually see it. We checked it out for a bit and ...

Day 2 in Bangkok: an interesting one...

A travel blog entry by amberstravels on May 07, 2014

1 comment

... sorry for myself. I decided to be the person to drag myself out of bed. Well no one else was going to so someone had to do it. I decided to go to MBK, a huge shopping center that has really good reviews. I got a tuktuk (after my taxi driver fiasco I wasn't going back there) and bartered him down from 250 baht to 150 baht (about £2.70). Again I wandered around (my new name should be the wanderer; this seems to be happening a lot) bought a few bits ...

Thailand- Bangkok

A travel blog entry by on Mar 02, 2014

... time. Instead we dodged the heat by walking and occasionally stopping for drinks. We decided to head for "Ocean World", what we assumed was going to an aquarium like thing, that would hopefully have air conditioning. After many failed attempts, it turned into a bit of a scavenger hunt to find, and we ended up at a large shopping mall with roads blocked off in what looked like a street fair outside. As we walked through, we realized this wasn't a street fair, but ...

Thai Brides and Ladyboys.....

A travel blog entry by jocritchley1989 on Jan 24, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... or we are just lightweights? The following day we trekked 3 miles to the Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha, the main attraction in Bangkok. The walk was fairly pleasant until we hit chaos, burnt out police cars lined the streets along side sandbags, graffiti and protesters. We were forced to take a short cut which led us into the maze of a fish market, tiptoeing through guts and blood for what felt like forever we ...