Sasa International House

Sasa Patasala Building, Soi Chula 12, Bangkok, Thailand | Inn
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Day 1 - Bangkok Beginnings

A travel blog entry by mrush


... I'm in Thailand!"

I stayed near the airport and the hour long taxi ride to my hostel in Bangkok cost only $13 (aka 400 baht)! I can't even get to Wicker Park for $13. Bargain.

Everything here is really cheap. My hostel is $7 per night and that's because I sprang for a room with air conditioning. Dinner with a beer was $4.

I'm not sure how many days I'm going to obsess over the ...

First impression of Thailand

A travel blog entry by anne-ruth


Almost one week of Thailand is already behind me. It was a week of discovering how to travel alone. And in fact, I have not been alone at all. As soon as I arrived in my first hostel in Bangkok, I met a lot of people. The hostel, owned by three brothers, was a nice place to start my journey. It was rather small, and because of the lounge easy to get in contact with others. Bangkok is a huge city with different faces. Of course you have the touristic area, with a lot of shops where ...

Tuk Tuk and Golden Gal

A travel blog entry by cano-dorval


... some serious painful moments...but it is SO worth it! Mike (whose idea of a good massage is a gentle pat on the head) wisely opted out. He would have cried! We walked back from the Temple through more amazing small snake like streets of Chinatown. I was already in a bit of an altered state from the massage and as we were winding our way through the cluttered streets Mike said: "It sort of feels like you're high or ...

A Very Thai Christmas

A travel blog entry by littlefixie


... amazing it had every possible brand you could think of, and there were huge Christmas trees and lights and decorations. The shopping centre also had an iceskating rink inside and an aquarium underneath it.We stuck to the markets though as that was more in my price range, but there were so many cool clothes I wished I could have done heaps more shopping but I didn't want to have to carry it. I then had to say goodbye to my friend and decided to brave the metro to get back to ...

Back to Bangkok ... ( part 2 of 2 )

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy


... Ceremony and amongst the rain making rituals. I couldn't help but notice the sheer volume of elephants that are depicted throughout the grounds. If they are so respected and 'lucky' then why aren't they protected from such ordeals as witnessed in Chiang Mai? We were one of the last to leave the grounds and re visited a few of the sites twice including the scale model of Angkor Wat (at least we can say we've been there now!). Saturday 21st December After speaking to ...


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