Veronica Residence

Address: 227 Rachadapisek Road, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Bangkok, is near Mo Chit Market, Siam Niramit, Or Tor Kor (OTK), and Royal City Avenue.
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      Travel Blogs from Bangkok

      First Day

      A travel blog entry by lindadleahy on Nov 01, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... people, so many goods being sold on endless aisles that wrapped around for what seems like miles. The FOOD! It was incredible - a feast for all senses. Each vendor displaying their goods with an artistic flare. The air was filled with the most enticing smells. Pictures nor words can adequately describe what an incredible place it is. We probably only covered a fifth of the Market, before the heat and our overwhelmed senses sent us back ...

      Jim Thompson's House

      A travel blog entry by smadge on Nov 01, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... westernly tweaked traditional Thai houses set amongst tropical gardens. The visit is a very slickly run operation with personal tours, a shop, bar and restaurant. There are Jim Thompson shops, bars and restaurants all over the world; one in Cheltenham I am told. (George you could visit with Lucy). Sad to say after only a few years of living in his little bit of paradise he disappeared while walking in the Cameroon a Highlands in Malaysia. His company has certainly managed to ...

      Bangkok Day 2: Meeting the group

      A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on Jul 29, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... Luckily everyone was busy filling in the paperwork for travel insurance and to get our Laos visa, so no one really noticed us. Our tour leader Nat then provided us with the same paperwork and we settled down to locating various passport information and emergency contact details. Once everyone had arrived Nat introduced himself formally explaining that he was originally from Thailand but had spent time studying and working in England. He went on to say that he had worked ...

      Elephants, and tigers, and bridges oh my!

      A travel blog entry by hjurecko on Jun 28, 2014

      7 comments, 28 photos

      ... more astonishing. The water looked delicious enough to drink, like blue Kool-aid!
      Next stop was Tiger Temple. These tigers are raised by monks from the time they are cubs and have never smelled blood before which is one of the reasons they are so docile. They are hand fed a steady diet of chicken and rice on the daily. They truly are magnificent creatures to see up close, but I'm not so sure I'm fond of the fact they're not in their natural habitat. I felt ...

      Welcome to Thailand

      A travel blog entry by ourcrazylife on Jun 10, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... corners to see hundreds of "market stalls" floating past. These can be selling anything hats, suffer insects and food. This consisted of a woman sitting on a very wobbly long tail boat with a hot stove! Literally cooking chicken and fish in hot oil centimetres in front of her.....shouting "you hungry? Eat, eat only 20 baht" (around 40p). Using a stick to pull your boat over to her..... crazy!