Nana Inn

13/9 Nana Nua, Sukhumvit Soi 3, Bangkok, Thailand | Inn
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Mind blowing night in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe


We arrived at 6am, at least they were punctual. I slept really well as did the girls. We grabbed our kit and headed to the taxi area. We said our goodbyes and wished them the best of luck finishing high school. I grabbed a taxi for 200b to my hotel. I arrived and checked in, paid up 740b plus 500b deposit. I had grabbed a bigger room with two beds as i expected Cecilia to arrive this day as she had mentioned. Our conversations were short and ...

The Grand Palace and free lunch

A travel blog entry by paul_emma


... NOTHING going on. Not a protestor or sign of protest in sight. I'm going to check the news in a moment but all was quiet. Realising we were hungry we wandered further still to Poj Spa Kar, a small restaurant recommended by our LP. The food was delicious with spicy green curry and a chicken and coconut soup hitting the spot at only 280 bhat - 5.22 GBP, or it should of been. We gave the lovely young girl serving us our 500 bhat note... ...

In the Heat of Bangkok

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia


... Po) which was unbelievable! It was this huge golden Buddha that was lying down and it was absolutely beautiful. It never ceases to amaze me what people can do when they choose to do good over evil and this statue was a prime example of that. It also reminded me just how strong faith can be as hundreds of people stood there and worshipped Buddha while believing in a higher power. Afterwards we walked around the grounds that were very unique and wonderful ...

Day 6 - To Markets, To Markets

A travel blog entry by cara_michelle


... in and out of the water, coming perilously close to surrounding objects), every aisle that seems like it should have only a boat or two across it has four or five instead, the sides of them all scraping against one another and the drivers instructions to keep our hands inside becoming quite important. The market itself is a series of canals where locals have set up all kinds of stalls along the concrete banks, attempting to lure in passerby ...

Back to Bangers

A travel blog entry by clarkstar

... big scotty popped a couple a valiums after the mildest of encouragement and when he got off he looked like a skag head on a comedown with legs made of jelly. Rather than standing in midday sun, in a long ass cue, we slipped one of the border agents a little something something and he lets us skip the line and hop over the invisible line.

We're in Thailand, or not, I wasn't really sure and my senses weren't the sharpest they'd ...


This inn, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo), Silom Thai Cooking School, Nana Plaza, and Anantasamakom Throne Hall.
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