Wall Street Inn

Address: 37/20-24 Soi Surawongse Plaza, Patpong Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the บางรัก area of Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Chinatown, Rajawongse Clothier, and State Tower.
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      Travel Blogs from Bangkok

      Cultural Relief

      A travel blog entry by jason152z on Jan 27, 2015

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... embarrassing Brits and of course, the ladyboys. A meeting with an acquaintance explained much about the way Thailand operates, which for us seemed to sum up that the place is not only racist but easily bribed - not suitable for living really but this guy was the equivalent of a young millionaire over there so why should he mind. This is our first impression, before we move onto Vietnam for a week and our opinion of using the city as a base ...

      Grand palace, temples and street food!

      A travel blog entry by wenitta on Jan 13, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... so and walked to a local market with lots of street food. I got pad thai which was really tasty and cost 50 baht (£1). I had fresh pomegranate juice which was so good. We walked about 10 minutes to Wat Pho which is the reclining buddha. This was my favourite temple. The golden buddha was laying down and took up the whole temple. You couldnt even take a photo of half of it at a time. I tried my best to. ...

      Cambodia, Laos and Thailand

      A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Dec 14, 2014

      11 photos

      ... small fee of $24 USD in total for the whole day! Cambodia uses the U.S. Dollar currency everywhere but they do have their own money. The Reel of which 4000 was equivalent to 1USD which can get a bit confusing. Many of the temples had young children selling postcards as cheap as 10 for a dollar, at others children were happy playing and cooling off in water. When we got back we were all very hot so we had a shower followed by the long awaited return of the card game Backpacker! Although ...

      An unexpected stopover.

      A travel blog entry by helen-wositzky on Nov 22, 2014

      ... we were in for, neither of us in the mad rush to get organised for a year away had time to get excited but finally had our bums on those most uncomfortable seats they insist on putting in gate lounges and could breathe a sigh of relief.

      Landing abit rough at Bangkok with abit of a slide that felt like the pilot was going to lose the plane sideways we thought it would be pushing it ...

      My first new country - Thailand!

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Oct 03, 2014

      1 comment

      ... actually looked much more appealing than the stuff in Hong Kong though so I might just try to stick to that as much as possible though and get the authentic stuff.

      I have been sleeping a fair amount during the day, mostly in the heat of the afternoon. It's pretty strange how I feel like jet lag hasn't been nearly as bad/almost non-existent here as opposed to my Europe trip. They said it was better ...