Sasa International House

Sasa Patasala Building, Soi Chula 12, Bangkok, Thailand | Inn
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Lazy Sunday

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric

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... everyone paid their respective checks we all departed for the night and all went our separate ways for the rest of the evening. Lauren was still hungry because the curry we got was too spicy for her so we stopped to get some street pad thai again and watched them make it for us right on the street. It was definitely Lauren's favorite thing there.

Afterwards we went to try to find a dessert place we had heard about on khao San, but didn't have ...

Taken for a Ride

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn

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... I am grateful we decided to hire a guide because there is a lot to look at in this complex and I would not have understood what I was looking at at all. In front of first building we saw was a statue of an herbal medicine man who was of great importance to the King. Surrounding the Palace there are the 12 good demons who look out for and protect the King.

Next we saw three buildings side by side all serving the same purpose but each with a distinct style: ...

Cross Dressing and Island hopping

A travel blog entry by nick5395

After the full moon party we island hopped to Ko Toa. In the same way Ko Phangan is renowned for the full moon party, Ko Toa is famous for its diving opportunities (only Cairns hands out more diving certificates.) It seemed rude not to become certified divers seeing that we were heading to the Great Barrier Reef in April.

Becoming a certified diver was probably the best decision we had made since we started travelling. It's one of the most enjoyable things I have ever ...

Thailand: Bangkok III

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna

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... market) found somewhere to have a drink, and spent an hour or so wandering around the more civilised area of the market, Jenna again exercising a huge amount of self control not to buy pretty things for the wedding. We returned to Chatrium via the Skytrain which took us past the protest site at Lumphini Park. The glimpse from the train window was the most evidence we saw of what is currently a pretty volatile situation in Bangkok throughout our three day stay. Back at ...

Day 24 - 'Chang Charlie!'

A travel blog entry by kriso80

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... living back in Bangkok. Its quite handy having a local with you, you tend not to get lost, or fleeced and get great deals in taxis lol, but he was also a nice guy. It was all a bit quiet and boring till just after midnight, when we went somewhere else and danced the night away, till 2 am. Normally it would have gone on longer but people had flights to catch the next day, and I think we'd all had plenty of long island cocktails, Change or buckets by then, maybe one too many...
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This inn, located on Sasa Patasala Building, Soi Chula 12, Bangkok, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good