Nakorn Ping Hotel

9/1 Samsen Road Soi 6, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Can Democracy Survive the Thai Coup d'État?

A travel blog entry by karlyschledwitz

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... It could take six months, two years, or even longer.

Leaving Myanmar, a country just trying democracy for the first time, and landing in Thailand, a nation in which the democratic government was just ousted, was an incredibly rich learning experience. And for a group of public policy nerds, these situations provided an endless supply of debate and late night conversation topics, which I am sure will continue for years to come. ...

Bangkok

A travel blog entry by gemma.frapwell

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Very bizarre morning as I got woken up by an Asian lady poking me... We went out last night - drank afew buckets and I are a scorpion!!! I can still taste it now, it was vile!!! Anyway, we overslept and were meant to check out at 12 but were still asleep so the ladies who were wanting to clean the room had to wake us up - it was very bizarre!! We walked down koh San road and did a bit of shopping! I got some baggy elephant trousers - I ...

Banging Bangkok

A travel blog entry by shellyandmarts

120

... prices like 6.00 and refuse to put on their meters. We have discovered that you generally have to ask 3 taxis before you get one that will put on the meter, cheeky buggers! Understandable though because most tourists must pay it!

On day 3 we remember that we were supposed to have gone to the Vietnam embassy to get our visas before we can leave Bangkok, oops we actually meant to do this on day 1 so we weren't in Bangkok for ages, never mind. This now means ...

Laem Chabang for Bangkok, Thailand

A travel blog entry by peteranderica

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We travelled through calm seas and light winds to Laem Chabang with a temperature of 29C. We opened a bottle of Vietnamese wine that we had bought in Nha Trang - not bad. We have tasted better but we have certainly tasted worse. We did little other than our usual classes and just enjoyed being on the open decks, either in the sunshine or the shade. No sign of any sea life. We arrived in Laem Chabang at 7am. It is basically a large container port. A shuttle bus had been arranged to ...

Suicidal boat and lessons in dentistry

A travel blog entry by katepluspat

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... but expressed 'what better way to die than to drown in a river in Bangkok??'. For some reason this didn't put Pat at ease. In the hesitation they stopped letting people on the boat and the decision was made for us. Pat was a bit relieved and Kate was a bit irritated. We started walking toward the palace along the river.

On the way, we stumbled across a cool street market. Kate especially enjoyed a ghetto dentist making dentures for 200 baht by ...

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This inn, located in the บางพลัด area of Bangkok, is near Dusit Zoo, Vimanmek Mansion, Phra Athit Road, and Dusit Park.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good