Bangkok Trip 2015
Wahoo ~!!! Sawadee ka ~ Bangkok
We landed here at 5pm (Thai local time), it took us around 45 minutes to arrive hotel via minibus, which we booked from the airport, it cost 1k THB for 8 of us, and added another 70 THB for toll. On the way to our hotel is a little
On the way walking to Siam Station (BTS), passing by the street and I saw people selling foods, it's looks very delicious, and 1 of the hawker stall is selling (A5 size) sketch book.
We had our dinner at Fire & Dine in Asiatique. I love their vintage concept which is with 4 different designs on 4 different walls, with 1 live band playing, singing sentimental songs in English, Mandarin & Thai.
I didn't go for a ride at the merry-go-round, it cost 300 THB per person. I rather go for shopping, and in 1 hour, I still manage to buy a few things...
5 April 2015:
Rise and shine ~!!! It's time for shopping at Pratunam Market (Open 7am-12pm), is a major market selling clothes, shoes, and fashion accessories at wholesale prices. Along the way, you can find people selling food as well.
Share with you all what I bought on the 1st morning:
1. 3 for 110 THB per dress
- 2 of my friends bought another 2 so we get the whole sales price ^_^
2. 2 jean's dresses - 1.3k THB
3. Black pants - 200 THB
4. Vintage pants (Green) - 180 THB
5. Traditional Thai skirt - 230 THB
6. 3 Flower headbands - 240 THB (80THB each)
TOTAL I spend 2260 THB for just a morning, I have to stop so we decided to take our breakfast at McDonald.
I am not a pie person but I am in love with their McDonald Yam Pie & Carbonara Pie, it's so delicious. After that, we returned to the hotel for a refreshment.
We are heading to our next destination Jatujak, it's also known as Chatuchak. You can't miss a chance to try the Shangkaya Coconut Ice Cream at Jatujak/Chatuchak.
See what people said about the Chatuchak Weekend Market
"Chatuchak is a must, whether you are a tourist or local. You can find anything here, and if you search long enough, you will find it at the right price/quality level. You can furnish your house, fill your wardrobe, find Thai handicrafts and your next pet or goldfish, the soap or the scent you want....... It goes on, and in between there are great places for food and refreshments. Watch out for pickpockets, though, and they are not necessarily Thai! - Bands of Europeans (Gypsies) travel to Bangkok and ply their trade, too."
By Erik Klepzig
"Simply Amazing! You Can find anything! From clothes, souvenirs, essential oils until things to decorate your House or garden. You Can find Good places to eat traditional Thai food as well. Sure, it's a Must do!"
By Agatha Figueiroa
I didn't shop much over there, I just took 1 hour walked, 150 THB for sausages & drinks, bought a cap 220 THB
After a wonderful nap, we go to Central World, bought 90THB cream puff from Baked A Wish while queuing for After You, cream puff is delicious, once you bite, the cream slowly dripping out, yummy ~
6 April 2015:
The portion of noodle
After lunch, today our activities are free & easy, so every couple
"Big C is one of the biggest supermarket chains in Thailand and at their Ratchadamri store you will find all the products you would expect: fresh produce, home appliances, discount fashion and a large alcohol selection. You will find lots of discounted items at Big C, as well as services in the building that might make it a worthwhile stop.
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We went for a walk
Here are some foods we get from Seven Eleven, you may request to reheat them in the outlet, and they are delicious.
7 April 2015: