ibis Bangkok Riverside
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On my first full day in Bangkok I decided to get a "Traditional Thai Massage" at my hotel. I knew it was going to be different and more "rough", but you can't even make up what happened during the hour that I was on the table. It was out by the pool where many hotel guests could see and for the first half hour the masseuse poked at me like Ross …
Arrived at ibis Bangkok Riverside around midnight, welcomed by friendly staff and the beginning of Christmas, even though hard to get our heads round, it is what it is... Long awaited, well needed and defiantly deserved, our resting point acquired with walk in double doored shower, double bed and soothing air con followed by a midnight feast and …
ibis Bangkok Riverside: Modern, linked-up, quiet and cosy... This ibis room is totally dedicated to your comfort... Our blackout curtains have a clear message for the sun; "Do Not Disturb" The pillows are sensual and the duvets are inviting. In fact getting out of bed is now much easier said than done... Point proven as spent all day in bed, …
... backpacking central Khoa San Road and went to see the markets and then after went to NBK by taxi which was a massive shopping centre full of fake clothes which had any item you want. Here I bought a buddha for 250 baht after some haggling. We then took the sky train and metro back from Sala Daeng to the hotel and had a walk through china town and had dinner at a nice restaurant in the city where I had a very english chicken burger. Got back and passed out after all the ...
Day 3 - noon
Temperature: 35 Celsius
Weather: blue sky, cloudy periods
I now stood in front of the "Lebua At State Tower", a skyscraper built in 2001 and known to be the largest building in Southeast Asia with its 68 floors and 810 feet in height! Interestingly, it is the third tallest building in Thailand and ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TravelPod Member Reviewsibis Bangkok Riverside
Our long journey though the sky onto the rail system which took us into the depths of Bangkok where we seek our resting point. Welcomed with comfort and a midnight feast...
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.