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Points of Interest & Landmarks, Sacred & Religious Sites
"The Reclining Buddha"
reviewed 1 week ago by Kaymtravel7
Another must see in Bangkok. It’s rather close to the Grand Palace, so an easy walk. The reclining Buddha is definitely spectacular to behold. As with most temples, you must take your shoes off to go inside, so I recommend wearing or bringing socks so that you do not have to walk barefoot. The dress code is very strict here...
Wat Arun is beautiful unique Thai temple. A must see in Bangkok. Easy to get to via the river boats and inexpensive entry fee. The temple is beautiful well preserved and stunningly beautiful at night when lit.
Took a Tuk tuk from our hotel, New Siam II, to Grand Palace/Emerald Buddha. Charged 1000 THB (about $30) to enter. The grounds and buildings were spectacular. Disappointed we could not take photos in the Emerald Buddha and the fact that only the head is made from emerald. Still very special. Cannot visit
the Grand Palace grounds, still beautiful to...
Stunning, beautiful but so crowded. I thought the Vatican was a crowded tourist attraction. The Grand Palace is worse. I think they need to move to timed admissions. j Despite that... definitely a must see in Bangkok just be prepared for the crowds.
We chose this restuarant on the basis of it being the best rated on trip advisor. Overall, it was a good entertaining experience watching the chef cook your food in front of you, to your specification. Food tasted great. At the top end for cost but as mentioned, its for the show as well as the taste.
My wife and I were staying at the hotel and we decided to attend the buffet/show. The food was great and fairly varied. Not a particularly Thai menu but selection was great.
The show was a nice touch that kept us entertained on our last night in town.
We can only comment on the restaurant this time however it’s a very well located one with superb views of the river with all its hustle and bustle. The food is always divine, the menu comprehensive and the experience exceptional and this occasion was no different. Superb staff are always on hand and so charming, another great night.
So on my last night in Thailand, I wanted to stay at a hotel brand I never heard of or booked before. We stayed at this hotel on March 11th which was my birthday and checked out march 12th. Since we had a very early flight which left Bangkok at 710am, we didn't get to experience the hotel like we...
The best thing of this very modern and well equipped hotel was for sure the stunning view from my room over Chao Phraya river and skyscrapers around, both at night and in the day (you must choose a River View room). I came many times in the last years in Bangkok, but this was the first time in this hotel,...
A very good and comfortable place to stay in. hotel is near to the shopping mall and nearby there are a lot of different kind of things to eat be it street food or stalls which are also very nice and recommended.
"A memorable stay during these troubled Covid-19 times"
reviewed 5 days ago by singyugo
We had just left the Eastern and Oriental Express, Singapore to Bangkok and were due to stay at The Shangri-la for a couple of nights before flying to Hanoi. Unfortunately the Coronavirus spoilt our plan. Vietnam had closed her borders. Our travelagent back in England managed to get us passage to Laos and Cambodia instead, but then they too closed...