Vista Residence Bangkok
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The day started at 3am and 21 hrs later we've check into our accommodation in Bangkok. Thanks to qantas stuffing up our initial seats we ended up with the exit row seats and heaps of room which made the flight from Sydney to Bangkok all the more tolerable. Trying to decide weather something to eat or sleep is required. Sleep is gaining favour by far.
... dangly off, anything that could be some sort of toy to a big Cat Ryan was up first, we had to go singular which we was a bit annoying as we wanted photos together. The Thai lady grabbed our hands and ryan walked off first and I followed behind. There was about 10 large tigers in front of us all lying in different areas, panting away in the heat, some resting some rolling on there backs. Kneeling down and touching the first tiger was a bit ...
... Draper's living room. In the jungle. With huge banyan trees growing around the 1960s-era furniture. Trust me, you need a LOT of beer for this place to make sense (Note: It sort of made sense).
So that's it for our fantastic visit to Cambodia and Laos. The required list:
1) Best moment: Angkor Wat, sunrise
2) Favorite town: Siem Reap, Cambodia
3) Worst moment: Unlike other trips, we didn't get lost in the Himalayas, or become infested ...
... another 10 mins before we finally came across Maylamean Bungalows. It sounded amazing in the Rough Guide to Thailand book. The bungalows were set back into the and cliff covered with rainforest, with steep, wonky, stony steps leading up to the reception and living areas. Don't you just love rock climbing with a backpack after a long day of travelling?! Malai, showed us into our hut (colourfully painted shed) and we met our room mate!! ...
... I got up close with them which was awesome. It was safe but still scary I was able to take a picture with them. It was so cool, I got to hug a tiger which I only really could do there which basically made my day. After the zoo I went back to my hotel and began to pack my bags ready to catch my flight the next day ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVista Residence Bangkok
Spacious, clean rooms, close to BRT train system, friendly service.
Not very centrally located but it is an easy walk to the train.
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