Bangkok Thailand Hotels
Bangkok Thailand Hotels, there are many to choose from. They go from famous five star hotels to very cheap Bed and Breakfasts.
Some of the best hotels in the world are here, but so are some of the most reasonable.
Intercontinental Hotel Bangkok is next to Siam Square. And the shopping in this exotic, tropical nation is great. There are many markets in Bangkok to spend your baht and get interesting trinkets in the process.
Intercontinental Hotel Bangkok
973 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok
It is a beautiful hotel with prices per room of well over 100 US$.
Would you like to stay in a riverside cottage near Hakone and Hot Springs?
Swiss Park Hotel Bangkok located in Sukhumvit is a charming and reasonably priced hotel. It is near some of Bangkok`s good shopping and
Bangkok Thailand Hotels - near the Airport
Hotel Bangkok Airport - the Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport is about 400 metres from Bangkok Subarnabuhmi Airport. It has a swimming pool, spa, four restaurants and two bars, plus a fitness center and a free airport shuttle.
Considering how close the hotel is to the airport the rooms are reasonably priced. Rooms start at
110 dollars US.
Bangkok Night Life
If you plan to TEFL Thailand (teach English as a foreign language) in Thailand, you can experience the range of exotic entertainment in Bangkok: from a very nice dinner to dancing, karaoke, or to the sexy variety. Like many major cities, the choices for your nighttime entertainment is wide and varied.
While in Bangkok I have eaten great food, gone dancing, sung at karaoke and listened to
Living on Bangkok Time
The imposing domed National Assembly building or Throne Hall was commissioned by King Chulalongkorn. Faced in marble imported from Italy, this impressive building is today used for ceremonial state functions. The parliament is now housed in a modern, more functional, but less elegant building not
Bangkok Thailand Map
Walking Tours - walking is not a popular form of activity in Bangkok. The weather is usually too hot, sidewalks are crowded and crossing a street is positively lethal. It should be stressed that crossing big busy streets should be done with extreme caution and, if possible, always via a pedestrain bridge. But if a view of life free of cars and street noise is what you are looking for, there are places where people are carrying on much as they have for
A Passage to Bangkok, was and to some extent still is, a city of waterways. Many of its canals (locally called klongs) are still in use, especially on the Thonburi side, and all are connected with the Menam Chao Phraya, the
River of Kings.
One of the oldest snake farms in the world is operating in the very heart of Bangkok and actively encourages visitors to come and see its show. If you are brave enough, it is situated at the Pasteur Institute on Rama IV Road at the corner of the Henri Dunant Road, the Institute raises venomous snakes to extract their venom.
Snakes such as the banded krait, Siamese cobra, king cobra, pit and Malayan vipers are milked and fed every day at 11:00. The venom is collected and injected in small amounts into horses. Serum containing antibodies to the venom is then taken from the horses and purified, before being distributed around Thailand and abroad as antidotes for snakebite.
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