Nana Inn

Address: 13/9 Nana Nua, Sukhumvit Soi 3, Bangkok, Thailand | Inn
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Location

This inn, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo), Silom Thai Cooking School, Anantasamakom Throne Hall, and Nana Plaza.
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2.00 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Flowers for Buddha

A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Jul 12, 2014

5 comments, 4 photos

... compulsory, neither is indicating or stopping at red lights. Crossing the road as a pedestrian is an experience. The Thai people we have met are delightful and it is "the land of smiles".

Learnt to use Sky trains. Had to see consumerism in action - Siam Paragon with every label from Chanel to Bvlgari and six huge floors. Contrast with MBK which is like $2 shops x 2000. Got a new Canon lens 18-55 mm series II for 4500 Bhat (around $175). Good to have auto focus back.
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End of Day 1 or Week 1? We've already lost track!

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on May 16, 2014

2 comments, 47 photos

... and riverways. Our driver, after dodging traffic, gestured that we had arrived and told us that he would wait outside while we went in. We had heard that Wat Arun was something that you had to see before leaving Bangkok, but we didn't know what to expect. IT WAS INCREDIBLE. It felt like we had been transported back in time/ were starring in an Indiana Jones movie. Every inch of the exterior had been painstakingly decorated by ...

Day 230 on route to Thailand

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on May 03, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... At the counter Sarah gave other her passport and we were instantly escorted upstairs. Looked like we weren't checking in here. This I thought was a good sign. Another great sign was that the lady hit the lift for 32. The second highest floor. Just having a normal room would have been something really special but we had a lot more in store. We were staying on the executive floor. We were taken to the executive lounge which had massive sofas with a view out to the whole of Bangkok. ...

Bangkok - Chiang Mai

A travel blog entry by mcstorey on Apr 18, 2014

3 photos

... speed the train was travelling makes the 17:58 South Eastern service from Waterloo East to Barnehurst seem like the Japanese Bullet Train! As we chugged through some of Bangkok's less desirable suburbs the poverty was overwhelming. The austere disparity between my squalid surroundings and the comforts I'm used to back home was truly depressing. Homes with four walls, a front door, yet no roof housed humble families with little, if any knowledge, of ...

One Night In Bangkok

A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Mar 13, 2014

4 photos

... SE Asian nation not to be colonized (the French colonized Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam into French Indochina; the British took Malaysia and Singapore). Staying independent allowed Thailand to protect its treasures from foreign sticky fingers. So unlike the rest of the region, Thailand's palaces and wats still have their golden gilding and jewels and mosaics intact. The Palace is the most magnificent building I have ever seen in my travels. It positively sparkles ...