Paradiso Boutique Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadiso Boutique Suites Bangkok
Lovely hotel - good location, staff friendly sng helpful, breakfast not so good !!!!
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... shower after a haircut. Still, Becky and I headed out for a walk around Ari and some breakfast (okay, so I had dessert again) and then, at ten, I headed back to the hairdressers, where they had promptly started cutting the hair of three other people. I waited 20 minutes and gave in and came home to get ready before heading out with our friends to Bangkok's Green Lung. The Green Lung is an area of natural parkland within the centre of Bangkok. I didn't know much more about it than ...
... a combination of my time being limited and the fact i saw the islands, beaches, waterfalls and other main attractions of Trang during my previous visit, i just pottered about the town and enjoyed what it had to offer. As well as re-visiting some familiar sights, i also saw a new one in the form of Sa Kaphang Surin. This is a natural pool about 1km² in size. It has a bridge leading to 3 connected pavilions at its centre. There's also a park within the surrounding ...
... environment and hospitality. It's a serene experience, to say the least.
Less serene are the streets of BKK. Nothing can quite prepare you for the experience of BKK traffic. I've never seen traffic jams quite this concentrated and I was caught by surprise on our first afternoon to see so much motorized traffic on the sidewalks, with motorcycles weaving between pedestrians to escape the packed ...
... out to be horrible hot and to me humid sticky day. Today it was unlike yesterday, blue skies so with the little cloud cover the sun beat down.
... day to collect our visa. Collection was just as simple, we got there about an hour before opening and were 2nd in line. In between waiting for our Burmese visa we decided to explore Silom, an area of Bangkok we both hadn't been to before. It was just as busy with night markets, street foods and plenty of bars. We walked around Lumphini park the following day which reminded me of Central Park in NYC; a quiet ...