Feung Nakorn Balcony Rooms & Cafe

Address: 29 Soi Feungthong Feungnakorn Rd., Watradchabophit, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near Absolute Explorer, Democracy Monument, Romaneenart Park, and Chao Phor Seua.
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    Ausflug in Siam´s Vergangenheit

    A travel blog entry by wolgo0420 on Aug 18, 2014

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    Letzter Tag also. Schnell sind die 2 Wochen vergangen, und wenn ich so zurückdenke was wir alles gesehen und erlebt habe kann ich gar nicht glauben dass es gerade mal 2 Wochen her ist...

    Dubai, die Wüste.... Hongkong , China...Guilin....jetzt Bangkok. Schon unglaublich wie klein die Welt mittlerweile geworden ist, und wie selbstverstä …

    ....wir haben das Bo´.. berührt :-)

    A travel blog entry by wolgo0420 on Aug 17, 2014

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    ....Ausschlafen steht am Programm - haben uns für heut die Sehenswürdigkeiten und Tempel der thailändischen Hauptstadt vorgenommen - und am späteren Vormittag brechen wir auf.
    Frühstück haben die Damen mir allein überlassen - bisschen Schönheitsschlaf geht vor - den hat der "alte D.A.D" ja eh nicht nötig ;-)

    Am Weg zum Wat Pho …


    A travel blog entry by adventuresofec on Aug 02, 2014

    ... with noodle dishes selling for around £1, and tuk tuks willing to give tours of the city for as little as 20 bath (40p!)- Value Cabs should take a leaf out of these lads' books!! We also managed to squeeze in a little bit of culture, exploring the temples and a monk monastery during our time here.

    3 nights in Bangkok is enough for now, and we are making our way down to the Thai Islands via a sleeper train, bus, and boat to catch a bit of beach life!


    Move to Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 21, 2014

    I was up early and sorted my stuff out. Checked out of the hotel and thanked the Receptionist who was always helpful and friendly. He organised me a Songthaew to get to Pattaya North Bus Station that cost B200.
    I bought a ticket to Morchit Bangkok for B134. I thought brekkie would be a good idea whilst waiting for the bus - so ate a local bus station restaurant. I had Thai Green Chicken ...


    A travel blog entry by henryghevans on Feb 27, 2014

    ... lorded over the country for so long; their love for Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of the pro-democracy opposition, recently released (reluctantly) by the regime; how they love the new prosperity and freedom (relative to what they had before) afforded by economic liberalisation in the last three years, new cars, phones, clothes and generally much more money and a better way of living. It's still a poor country but it's getting better. One of the greatest things about our ...