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one night and half a day in Bangkok

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Enroute to Yangon on 11/23 we arrive in Bangkok at 4:00 p.m. for an overnight and approximately half-day stay. Our departure Air Asia flight is at 16:25. Despite having read the many queries and responses about pros and cons of various hotels and locations, we still haven't decided on a river or central city location. Since we arrive at one airport and will depart from the other, it's not clear which location might make the most sense logistically--and allow us to see a teeny bit of the city.

We did have an evening in Bangkok in 2004 on our way back from Cambodia/Vietnam; we stayed at an airport hotel and I think had dinner in town at the Four Seasons.

Right now we're leaning toward the Peninsula--but if a river location really adds quite a bit of time to our getting to our departure airport, it'd be helpful to know.

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