Zenith Sukhumwit Hotel Bangkok
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... pretty much stuck in the late 90's/ 2000's which is fun for a 90s kid like me... back on Koh Chang in a nigh club one night they played cotton eye joe and five - every body get up.....Amber I know you will appreciate that!) I'm not going to lie I have been singing.... hardout......Also some of my more favourite programs are thai soap operas (hilarious and fascinating even though i can't understand a word) and Thai the voice and X factor, such fun!!!!! Tomorrow Shany and I might go to a ...
Bangkok 30/4- 2/5
We opted against the 12 hour bus and instead hopped on a short haul flight to Bangkok. We had mixed ideas and perceptions beforehand about ‘The Big Mango’. We hadn’t been that excited about Thailand for some reason and didn’t feel Bangkok would do any good to change that. It was however pretty hilarious. We checked into a hotel right in the middle of the infamous Koh San Road named the ‘The ...
... our trip to Bangkok! After dropping her bags we headed onto Khaosan road for breakfast. Obviously a pad Thai was the choice. After that I left her and wandered around solo. I sat in most of the cafés around the area struggling I get wifi and drinking a lot of water. By about 2pm the tiredness set it and I caved. I got a cab to the airport over an hour before I wanted to. I still managed to waste enough time before my 5:40pm flight to Siem Reap. An hour ...
Day 8 - late morning
Day 2 of Indochina Encompassed tour
We were now at Bangkok's oldest and largest temple complex; we were at Wat Pho, the home of more than one thousand Buddha statues as well as the home of the one and only, the famous gold colored "Reclining Buddha"!
Before entering the temple, our shoes had to be taken off! Shoes ...
... trying to avoid traffic. What we thought would be about an hour and a half walk, turned into an over two hour walk with all the difficult traffic negotiating. Fortunately we made it without incident.
The place we were going to was Wat Arun, a Buddhist temple on the other side of the Chao Phraya river. To get across, we hopped on a boat that takes people back and fourth for a small fee. The temples were very ornate and detailed. It had a large Buddha statue inside and monks ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking