Siam Oriental Inn

Address: 190 Khaosan Road, Taladyod, Pranakorn, Bangkok, Thailand | Inn
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This inn, located on 190 Khaosan Road, Taladyod, Pranakorn, Bangkok, is near Chinatown, Rajawongse Clothier, State Tower, and The Marble Temple (Wat Benchamabopitr).
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A travel blog entry by rhianstravels on Jul 21, 2014

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... wanted to do different ones so me and Sian split of to go and see the royal palace whilst the others visited one near by. Whilst very big and grand, once you've seen an amazing temple, they start to lose their novelty a bit! We went on to find the weekend market which was stifling so we had to go and sit in the metro to have lunch just for the temporary air con! We also managed to bump into our ...

Searching the parcel / Packet suchen

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on May 22, 2014

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... Francesca das Visum für Indonesien beantragen. Leider erfolglos, was mich aber freute, dass sie selbst mal erlebt wie das so geht.

Am dritten Tag will ich noch weitere Ersatzteile kaufen. Ich habe kürzlich festgestellt, dass das Ritzel mehr abgenutzt ist als die Kette und der Kettenkranz. Zudem ein kurzer Besuch im Spital um meine Röntgenbilder ab zu holen und zurück ins Guesthouse. Insgesamt bin ich ca. 200 Kilometer in Bangkok herumgefahren um das nötigste zu besorgen. ...

Thai-riffic Times

A travel blog entry by sarzmc on Jan 25, 2014

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... station. It was a long, uncomfortable night, with multiple trips to the toilet and me bringing up my dinner, interspersed with stints of sleep on a small, rock hard bed and disturbed by crackers going off for Chinese New Year.

Needless to say, we were both pretty exhausted when the alarm woke us up. We’d booked a taxi tour the previous day, to take us around the sites out of town (not really possible by public transport even when feeling well!). At 8am our young ...

Bangkok Beyond The Media Hype

A travel blog entry by dreamchasers on Jan 12, 2014

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... a grenade a few nights later. And since we have gone, there have been more reports of violence and more deaths, but as always the media focus is only on the negative, and accordingly leaves a distorted version of reality.

Our experiences were entirely positive: we ate out and engaged with locals; listened to music, took in the buzz of the city, and observed life carrying on as usual. And we expanded our experiences this time ...

Back to Bangkok ... ( part 2 of 2 )

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy on Dec 19, 2013

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... Ceremony and amongst the rain making rituals. I couldn't help but notice the sheer volume of elephants that are depicted throughout the grounds. If they are so respected and 'lucky' then why aren't they protected from such ordeals as witnessed in Chiang Mai? We were one of the last to leave the grounds and re visited a few of the sites twice including the scale model of Angkor Wat (at least we can say we've been there now!). Saturday 21st December After speaking to ...