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When wandering around the Dusit Palace grounds, you'd almost forget you're still in a Southeast-Asian city. The Renaissance-style buildings and leafy gardens wouldn't be out of place in an European capital, and the serenity here is in stark contrast with the chaotic city life outside of its complex walls. Dusit is one of Bangkok's oldest districts, and while the rest of Bangkok is modernising at a rapid pace, Dusit seems to have stood the test of time. Come here to find family businesses in traditional shophouses, small-scale local markets and streets unfazed by modern city life.
I walked alone to this temple from Victory Monument in Bangkok. It was big buddhist monastery, quite, few tourists, and sacred.
Personally I loved it. It was my moment of solitude. Very exhausted walking tour but n
Went to the zoo with our baby boy. I’m not into zoos generally but we had a very nice afternoon. The area is very nice, very green, quite clean for the most part and not as smelly as many zoos I’ve been to. There was lots to do (as opposed to “to see”) - a nice playground, the water park...
A little out of the way for most tourists, but worth seeking out. The ordination hall is gorgeous, with a big (11 ft. high) Buddha and some lovely murals. The nearby mondop is topped by a brilliant golden "steeple and the exterior is exceptionally pretty. Also in the same complex is the Golden Teak Museum.
I'm distraught to see many glorious mature trees being felled inside the palace.I always cherished the views of the Palace from outside,a sense of a wonderful nature oasis,a lovely area for people to stroll.Does anybody know why they are being felled?
Strategically located along the river the Steve's has a great view of the river, nice cozy ambience with mainly locals on the night we were there. If you intend to walk there, its a bit of a little adventure as its a little of the beaten track although we felt safe to walk there at night. Food was good and...
We visited this hotel specifically to see it for the architecture and interior design. We planned to have dinner on the patio overlooking the river. What a disappointment!! Our food was served barely above room temperature and was dried out. The service was attentive. One good thing was that their private boat picked us up at our hotel to bring...
Lovely food, full of flavor and aroma. Variety dish to choose from, I tried 7 dishes and all was excellence. Kaeng Pa is recommended, fish belly is also good and wild boar stir fry with bamboo-shoot is all my favorite. Parking is next door in post office(sneak in) or on the road side. Didn't call for book and have plenty...
From the time I arrived I was completely blown away. Everything about The Siam is amazing. My high expectations (thanks to my twin brother’s recommendation) were easily exceeded. We were made to feel like we were the most important people in the hotel. I can’t wait to get back. Thank you to Nick and his team.
This hotel is small, and located very near Dusit Zoo. It has a nice restaurant, and is linked to the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University. It's a little out of the way, but there are several buses which can take you to Victory Monument, from where you can take the metro (BTS). It is also near the Vimanmek Mansion, which is...
Really lovely owner and staff.
Nice,simple and cozy room. And loved the fresh fruits on breakfast.
Wifi worked well. Cozy atmosphere all around. 7/11 behind the corner.
Little far away from everything, about 20 minutes walk to Khao San. There isn't restaurants near.
There wasn't hand soap in rooms.
We have just arrived and I must say it's a very nice place.
For what I can make out and as the wife informed me it was part of the university campus now turned into a hotel. But please don't quote me on this as I could be wrong and may of got it wrong when not really listening to...