Yellow Ribbon Hills Executive Mansion

Address: 33/3 Soi Narathiwas 7, Narathiwas Road, Bangkok, 10120, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Chinatown, Rajawongse Clothier, and The Marble Temple (Wat Benchamabopitr).
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    In and around Nichada

    A travel blog entry by cyndyh on Jul 29, 2015

    6 comments, 14 photos

    ... you know, we have been frequenting the "Big" pool everyday.

    I continue to be amazed at how friendly all of the Nichada staff are, although, I'm sure they must shake their heads at the newbies like us who are trying to figure things out!

    So I have included a few more flower photos.....clearly this is becoming a bit of an obsession. They are just so beautiful, I can't help myself!



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    This is Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jul 12, 2015

    10 photos

    ... was more about the show than the flavours. From Chinatown to Khao San Road where we intriguingly went to find out if it matches our predictions as the crazy, exuberant and specialised tourist street. For the most part it certainly has elements of this: buzzing with all kind of characters, bars, clubs, fake ID vendors and some very openly advertised "No ID required" establishments. Despite all this it wasn't exactly as we predicted (I had some sort ...

    The Big City

    A travel blog entry by dearbev on Jun 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... covering. So, I was directed to the area where you can borrow appropriate clothing from the palace. You give a 200 Baht deposit per piece of clothing borrowed, and get it all back once you return them to the office. (There are plenty of scammers outside of the palace telling tourists their outfits are all wrong and that they must but their clothing items before entering. DO NOT TRUST THEM- you can wear the palace clothes for free) Once I was properly dressed, ...

    Back to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Apr 24, 2015

    3 photos

    ... t feel the get-up-and-go to talk to the very young hostel-buddies, most of which seem to be eastern European and/or not very talkative. Instead I did a lot of post-travel planning, booking super cheap megabus deals to/from Swindon, Wales and Leeds. I also made a decent itinerary for Vietnam AND after chatting to my cousin Ed, I booked onto the Cardiff half marathon! Such a productive day :-D

    Yesterday I thought I best do at least a little ...

    Transiting... then Yangon

    A travel blog entry by robselclark on Mar 08, 2015

    6 photos

    ... 19th century, Burma became an unwilling British colony until gaining independence in 1948. A military dictatorship took over in 1962 and this was formally ended in 2011, after democratic elections were held. Named "Burma" by the British after the largest ethnic group - Bamar people make up 70% of the population of 50 million. Myanmar is the traditional name for the ...