Travel: Bangkok, Thailand

Trip: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Bangkok, Thailand
Duration: 4 days 3 nights

Flight AirAsia (KUL – Dong Mueng)

Day 1
1, Touch down at the airport and checked in at the hotel. We took taxi from Dong Mueng Airport to 68 Bangkok Hotel (Ratchada area). After that we went to The Train Night market by Tuktuk. The night market has a lot of good food. Tom Yum Koong was one of the best, with 2 huge prawns! Other than food, you can find local products and favourites too!

Day 2 Bangkok
1, Chatuchak Market by taxi. Cost about 70+TBH. I had Tom Yum Fried Rice, not as what I expected but the prawn are fresh and a lot. But way expensive here. We’ve bought Mieng Kham 3 packs for 100TBH, cheap and better that KL. Lol!
2, Platinum Mall. Bring extra money to shop! Don’t say that I didn’t warn you. It is too many to shop. So, on our way, we visited the temples in town and took some pictures.
3, Central Plaza. Went for dinner at MK. One of the famous steamboat in town. Nothing much different from Jonny Steamboat in KL. Menu wise, more choice.
4, We took bus and taxi from town to go back to hitel. Quite convenient but tiring lol. Make sure you wear sport shoe or anything comfortable. We went for a foot massage nearby hotel which cost 200TBH per hour. Good deal!

Day 3 Bangkok
1, Wat Arun located about 30 minutes from Ratchada. I’m amazed by the temple architecture. A lot of tourist and it’s hot. Bring you hat on!
2, Visited Wat Pho temple across by Khlong Tan Pier boat.
3, Took a taxi to the Dusit Zoo.
4, Asiateque by The River, where I’ve got to see the Ferris Wheel.
The most tiring day since we took another boat from Asiateque to BTS and transit at 2 train stations.

Day 4 Bangkok
It’s a wrap up. Flight back at night. So, we managed to go for sightseeing.
1, Meet my temporary boyfriend Mr Ronald MCDonald’s. McD’s are very welcoming and cosy. They’re even selling the kids toys. Comparing to MY, the adult buy the toys and resell to earn extra money. Pity the kids uh?
2, Seaweed lovers, they have a retail selling full range of Taokaenoilan products.
3, Boots is in Bangkok. When are we going to have one in Malaysia?

 

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