Friday, December 31, 2010

The Bangkok Kingdom

Our next destination is Bangkok. We didn't take any flights to Thailand this time. Instead we took the train followed by an overnight bus from Chiang Mai to Bangkok. It was a comfortable double decker bus with drinks, meals and snacks provided. I have never felt so comfortable taking a long distance bus especially when traveling over night. May be it was because it was with the companion of my family. I used to travel overseas alone and usually I need my Mp3 player and camera to accompany me. This time, I don't have the opportunity to play with them during the whole journey. 
Bangkok needs to further introduction. It's a city of lots and lots of happening and attractions. They have everything there from Mega Malls, shopping's, attractive architectures, famous Buddhist temples, good food, massage parlors and go go bars. It is the hub for most of the commercial and economical activities of the Kingdom. Whilst Taxi fares are very reasonable, most of the sightseeing can be reached by Skytrain (BTS) or Underground train (MRT). Sight seeing, shopping, food and accomodation can easily be found in the city of Bangkok. A few interesting places where one should not miss whilst in Bangkok is the Silom Street, Pat Pong, Sukhumvit Road, Siam Square, China Town, Khao San Road and the Grand Palace.
Sunflower Place,
39/17-19 Soi Anuman-Rajdhon,
Surawong Road, Bangkrak,
Bangkok 10500.
Tel: +66(0) 2235-9080   Fax: +66(0) 2235-9081
www.sunflowerplace.com
email: booking@sunflowerplace.com

Sunflower Place is a budget hotel closed to the city and a walking distance to Silom, Pat Pong and the BTS sky train station Sala Daeng Exit and MRT Silom. It is comfortable, clean, new and feel safer with wifi facilities

11 comments:

richies said...

Thanks for your blog. I always enjoy reading it. It takes me to places I will never get to visit.

An Arkies Musings

The Write Girl said...

Bangkok looks like an amazing place to visit. Thanks for sharing your journey.

Sally in WA said...

Bangkok looks like a very vibrant city. I enjoyed your post and pictures. :)

J Bar said...

Great collection of shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous!

My skywatch

Jidhu Jose said...

beautiful shots

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

福生,
Beautiful travel photos and blog

Wong

Anonymous said...

Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!

ken said...

nice pictures..
been to bangkok quite some time ago, back in 1996.. when i was a little kid.. haha.. hope to visit it again one day :)

BadmintonClips said...

A nicely done blog. Keep up the posting and nice photoes !

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pattaya villas said...

Thank you very much for sharing, I'll be sure to visit Bangkok.