Siam Society Hotel & Resort Bangkok

302 Soi Yothinpattana, Klongjan, Bangkok, 10240, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near Siam Niramit, Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), May Kaidee's Cooking School, and Shewa Spa.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Bangkok

    Colombo -> Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by bertnmarij on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... are not ok in a lot of places. The people who come in contact with tourists are very hospital, attentive and friendly. The local people can be divided into three groups. The smiling people who curiously say hello to every foreigner, the angry looking people who stare at you as if you are doing something wrong and the gazing people who shamelessly point their finger at you as if they see a caucasian for the first time. Luckily the first and the last are the majority. De ...

    Siriraj Medical Museum

    A travel blog entry by jujudreamer on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... szczegolnie w drugiej sali. Do hotelu wrocilam tuk- tukiem, bo troche bylam zdezorientowana jezeli chodzi o moja droge powrotna autobusem. Juz w okolicach hotelu znalazlam mala, lokalna restauracje, gdzie zamowilam moja ulubiona papaya salad :) pysznosci! Wieczorem mialam spotkanie ze swoja grupa, mieszanina ludzi, roznych ludzi z UK i Australii. Jest nas 16 osob. Poszlismy na kolacje i drinka razem, Mam nadzieje, ze bedzie ...

    Thailand - Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on May 16, 2014

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    ... coins at the entrance of the hall which you can drop in the 108 bronze bowls which line the length of the walls. Dropping the small pennies in makes a nice ringing sound and even if your wishes don’t come true, the money goes towards helping the monks renovate and preserve Wat Pho.

    When King Rama I established the new capital city in 1782 Wat Pho became a significant temple located at the rear of the Grand Palace. The King ordered to renovate the temple in ...

    Lost in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on May 06, 2014

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    ... the guards and into the main palace area. As we neared the front of the queue I spotted a sign that said there was an entrance fee of 500 Bhatt each to get into the palace.....500 Bhatt!! It's only a tenner each but when you get used to paying fairly little amounts to do things 20 between you suddenly seems like a lot to see a palace especially when your traveling through so many countries that have a temple or a palace on every street corner. So we hung around for a while seeing ...

    Pad thai, pad thai, and more pad thai!

    A travel blog entry by emma_rivers on Apr 28, 2014

    ... small cramped mini bus that had unreliable air-conditioning and several mosquitoes that feasted on us the entire way. The only plus, that we had managed to see lots of Bangkok city by night, which was lovely. The end part of our journey also showed an aspect for which Bangkok is famous... scamming tourists. We were dropped off on the corner of a busy road, the driver not bothering to tell us our location, in front of a hoard of taxi and tuk-tuk drivers. Each ...