Sakul House

108 / 17 Rambuttri, Bangkok, 10200, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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And it begins

A travel blog entry by rte_100


... ease, on the plane they present you with immigration cards which gives you a 30 day tourist visa. The immigration officers are not wearing their uniforms today and instead are wearing Hawaiian tops, the absence of their uniforms seems to lighten their moods which is quite refreshing considering every other immigration officer I have met seems to have the standard protocol frown. Upon collecting our bags we head ...

Another day in the room

A travel blog entry by steve_m


... watch the boats passing on the Chao Phraya and the squirrels playing in the trees for an hour. Upon our return to the room it still hasn't been cleaned so down to reception to complain. Whilst we are assured the room will be cleaned we go out for lunch, yes, noodles again.
We treat ourselves to large BBQed red snapper this evening and wash it down with a beer. Jai returns to the room and I walk to another bar and sit and watch Spurs 3v2 Southampton on the ...


A travel blog entry by henryghevans

... Chinese state TV that we've seen; both always take the lines of their respective states on everything, often very aggressively; they're propaganda machines disguised as journalism. Ugly. Whatever the shortcomings of the BBC, at least it's nothing like those. When we got on the bus to Inle Lake we found that we're banned, as foreigners, from going all the way to the end of the bus route. Quite a lot of the country is off-limits to foreigners in this way. Inle is a large lake ...

Back in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by tkerrone


... members in this blog, but I haven't written extensively about each person. Hopefully, I will do this in another entry. Everyone contributed to the awesomeness of our experience. 5. The people we met along the way will forever be in my memory. Some special ones include the teacher in Laos who had the children dance for us, Vaughn's friend in Phnom Penh who had us to his home for dinner and Ron, the volunteer at New Hope. 6. ...

Thai-riffic Times

A travel blog entry by sarzmc


... dish that was too hot for me, and reminded me of cat food! As we travelled further north, the scenery became more mountainous and there were sections of rainforest. The track meandered alongside a lovely river and valley for a while. The sunset over the countryside was striking but it got dark quickly. The train had to stop and wait for several trains to pass the other way, so we eventually pulled into Chiang Mai at about 9pm. We had been prepared for taxis, but surprisingly ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near JEATH War Museum, Silom Village, Abhisek Dusit Throne Hall, and Wat Mongkonbophit.
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