Nana Inn

13/9 Nana Nua, Sukhumvit Soi 3, Bangkok, Thailand | Inn
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Crossing borders is easy-peasy!

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk

2

... later, in the terminal, you can get a taxi, bus or mini van to Siem Reap. Prices are set so no negotiation necessary. We opt for the US$9 bus (air conditioned!). There is a money changer here and it's easier to have Thai Baht to change into Cambodian Riel, and avoids fees. US dollar is also more handy than AUD or PHP!  So now is the 3 hour bus journey to Siem Reap. The bus stops half way for the toilet and dinner at a restaurant. Prices range from R10000-12000. You can also buy ...

Hail The Conquering Heroes

A travel blog entry by curioso

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... which would then get us to the Grand Palace.


The day was hot and muggy. Traffic and people were everywhere. Tun had warned us that Thais are reticent people who will help you, but they will not approach you. You must approach them. If a stranger wants to “help” you, beware. It is probably a non-Thai who is out to get something. We almost immediately were confronted by a “teacher” who wanted to “help” us. ...

Museum and ID Card 3

A travel blog entry by budabbottblog

2

... Presley, Time of Our Live by Greene day, Save Me San Francisco by Train, and a few others. Fun. Late in the evening we caught the BST to the river and took a boat down to Asiatique night market. I bought Tom a new ukulele with a pick up. Tom bought a hard case for it. We bought a few gifts to bring home and made sure we did not get the last boat or the last BST. We may not get everything right in our travels but once painfully burned we don't make the same mistake ...

Day 113: Shoes on, shoes off

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

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... The crowds at this temple were out of control. It is clearly the largest and most popular site around. Although it sounded interesting, we passed on this one for now. Instead we went to the museum of King Chulalongkorn. Back in the 1800s he became kind of Siam at the age of fifteen. We had to take our shoes off to enter the museum and it felt kind of weird to be walking around a building in our socks. The museum was interesting and a nice break from the sun.

Back outside and ...

Bangkok part 1

A travel blog entry by crazyjz

10

... museum and the other goes to another museum that we had no time for, so if you're interested you should check them out. After the Grand Palace, we went to see the Reclining Buddha, which is a massive structure that everyone should check out. There's also another section as well besides the Reclining Buddha at Wat Po, so don't be afraid to wander around a bit. We then took a quick ferry over for 3 Baht to see Wat Arun during the sunset. However, they close Wat ...

Location

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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