B.U. Place Hotel Bangkok

567 Soi Suthiporn 2, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located in the บางนา area of Bangkok, is near Royal Palace, Jim Thompson House, Blue Elephant Cooking School, and Bangkok Folk Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Is that all you're packing?

    A travel blog entry by richardensten on Jun 22, 2014

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    ... does stop at a set of lights there is usually a countdown timer till they can go again. A lot of the time it counts down from around a minute. However anything between 0-10 seconds is a sort of grey area where if you fancy yourself you can give it a shot. Staying in a hotel just one road away from the infamous Khao San Road has it's benefits and it's drawbacks. On the plus side - street food, restaurants and cold beer are in abundance. I only had to walk ...

    "One night in Bangkok"

    A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014 on Apr 29, 2014

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    .... Well we actually we had 2 nights in Bangkok! After a lonnnng day of travelling and spending many hours queuing in immigration we finally arrived! You get a 30 day visa arriving by land which was great for us as it's recently changed from 15. Anyway .... Bangkok is the main hub of Asia. You need to pass through here to get to pretty much anywhere else. Most backpackers congregate towards Kho San Road. Kho San road is ...

    Kho San Road

    A travel blog entry by laura_schofield on Apr 01, 2014

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    ... river Kwai tomorrow and then ayutthaya on Thursday.

    After much discussion we decided that there wasn't much left in Bangkok for us so we'd swiftly move on to Chiang Mai. Booking our transport there became a bit of a mission. Train, Plane, Bus, Train, Plain and then finally settling on bus again it was finally decided. Leave on Thursday evening and taking the overnight bus - should be fun.....not!

    Back in the room we started to get ready for the evening, ...

    Crossing borders is easy-peasy!

    A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Mar 28, 2014


    ... we choose to stay at this hostel "@Hua Lamphong". Wandering around the neighbourhood, we stumble upon sections of China Town where we sample some of the local street foods, not really knowing 100% what we were eating but I guess that's part of the fun. The food we tried was really tasty though a little spicy at times and of course cheap! Sadly, there are many restaurants promoting the supply of shark fins :( There is a common room at the hostel with bean bag mats to chillax ...

    Island review

    A travel blog entry by japrenty on Feb 06, 2014

    ... and met some English guys who said they were going to koh Tao when there was nothing and hardly any electricity. Anyway I saw Dave sitting with a large group of friends but is couldn't have been ***** then so I moved on. In the next pub I met 3 lovely American girls. Ones dad does security details in Afghanistan so basically they were saying he is Liam neeson in taken! As I was there with them who walks in but elish nevin, very small world! Ko pha ngan I enjoyed here despite ...