Going to a Hyatt Place in Bangkok might seem boring, but this hotel is different than any other Hyatt Place I have seen. With a rooftop bar and pool plus suites with bahttubs, it is a very nice place to stay, but is it worth visiting compared to the other Hyatt hotels in the city?
A detailed Hyatt Regency Bangkok review including a full look at the stunning rooms, the location in the city and what to expect when staying here.
China Eastern Airlines currently has round trip airfares travelling from New York City (JFK) to Phuket, Thailand (HKT), for as low as $392.
Dream World is no doubt's Bangkok's version of Disneyland. While Dream World is much more like a typical amusement park than Disneyland, it is still a lot of fun!
A typical day of travel for us usually involves a little sightseeing and taking care of some sort of business. This turned out to be one of those days. We visited Bangkok's Chinatown and took the time to acquire our Cambodian visas!
We were lucky enough to spend a few days in Bangkok during their amazing Songkran Festival. Find out what it is like to experience the craziness first hand!
Just as we settled in to the vibe and feel of Bangkok, the city changed tremendously. Overnight, the Songkran Festival started and everyone suddenly started roaming the streets looking for someone to spray with water! We also used this time to visit a famous outdoor market and a historic house in the middle of Bangkok!
Upon arriving in Bangkok it took us a little time to settle in, but once we did, we managed to cruise along the river, visit Khao San Road and stroll through the massive grounds of one of the world's most famous Buddhist Temples!
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