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How to Get to Slumber Party by Bodega Bangkok

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Directions to Slumber Party Bangkok (Formerly Bodega Bangkok) For most backpackers, Bangkok is the city you fly into to begin your backpacking trip across Southeast Asia. While it’s a city of modern infrastructure, making your way around in a foreign land can be daunting for many. Fortunately for you, we’re great with directions and can show you exactly how to …

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Wonderfruit 2018: The Festival Experience Meets Thai Culture

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Wonderfruit is Thailand’s Sustainable-Focused Music Festival With all the recent news of Coachella this year being a letdown, we thought it’d be a good time to introduce you all to Thailand’s socially conscious festival. The owner of Coachella is extremely anti-LGBT, which is not something we can get behind. Forget the festival that features a yodeling kid from WalMart and …

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Coworking Spaces in Bangkok: Working in Thailand’s Capital

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Digital Nomad Hub: The Best Coworking Spaces in Bangkok Bangkok has coworking spaces to suit every taste. The Thai capital naturally attracts workers from around the world and does all that it can to cater to them. Bangkok is noisy. It’s busy and overcrowded. It can be something of an assault on the senses. It’s no surprise that when you …

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Chatuchak Market Going Cashless in June: The End of an Era?

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Will going cashless strip Chatuchak Market of its soul? Bangkok as we know it has been changing in recent time. Last year, street food vendors of Bangkok lost its footing. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) made a controversial change in policy to eliminate street food vendors completely. Luckily, we didn’t see a full roll-out and can still experience Bangkok street …

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The Top 8 Places to Go Swimming in Bangkok

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Bangkok Swimming Guide: The 8 Best of The Best Pools There are lots of places you can go swimming in Bangkok. However, there aren’t nearly as many places you should go swimming in Bangkok. Just take a dip in one of the canals and tell us how you feel. We’re sure the scientists who label you patient zero will love …

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Damnoen Saduak, Bangkok’s Famous Floating Market

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Thailand’s Infamous Floating Market: Damnoen Saduak Damnoen Saduak is the most famous of Thailand’s floating markets, located about a 1 hour drive southwest of Bangkok. While it mostly serves as a tourist attraction today, its roots were in boosting local trade. Slumber Party organizes a half day trip to the floating market for 760 baht. You’ll depart bright and early …

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4 Temples in Bangkok You Can’t Miss Out On

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Essential Temples to Visit in Bangkok First time in Bangkok? Slumber Party’s got you covered. Bangkok is a city of bustling excitement and is the perfect balance between old and new. While it has a massive population of close to 15 million people, the city has maintained and preserved its spiritual heritage. Bangkok temples have a refined golden image to …

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The Bridge on the River Kwai, Kanchanaburi (Bangkok Day Trip)

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“Death Railway” is an Important Piece of Thai-Burmese History Earlier this week, we went over our top 3 day trips from Bangkok. Of course, The Bridge on the River Kwai was up there as one of our picks. We briefly went over the controversial history behind the “Death Railway” and the Oscar-Winning film set in Kanchanaburi. Today we’re going to …