Chapter 204. Bangkok TripDear Diary
Hello Guyys ! It is the brand new year and my family brought us to Bangkok for a 5 days trip and we were so happy and excited. Let me share with you guys the exciting moment of my trip.
Our journey starts here with my family and I check in at Terminal 2 Changi Airport at 8.00 am to Bangkok and we took Tiger Airways which departs at 10.55am and we went to DBS lounge for a wonderful breakfast as we did not had our breakfast.As we boarded the plane there was not much people as you know that the crisis in Bangkok were be shutdown due to protest.The pilot of the plane was so bad that there are many tuber lances.
Suvarnabhumi Airport , we rushes out the gate to our residential area at Chong Nonsi Station - The Empire Place to put down our luggage's to Siam and we took the BTS and we went to GreyHound Cafe for lunch for some delicious Thai food.The food and it is a must go place if you are going there.
We went for dinner at Coffee Beans by Dao Cafe which is the best Italian Food . It is reasonable and the food is the best food I ever eaten and we passes by Harrolds Cafe which you see in London the Ambiance is good .
We walked pass Crispy Kreme and my sister starts craving for it and my dad bought us.Later that night after our dinner, we decided to head back to our apartment for a rest.
Everyone comes here for the nice meal. My sister ordered Isao’s Chirashi (THB250 for a smaller portion during lunch, usual ala carte THB360) is equally impressive with a generous serving of fresh sashimi. It is ridiculously cheap and good. If I was staying in Bangkok, I would have this for lunch everyday.
When we saw another popular item, many people were eating it which cost (THB350), which is shaped in the form of a caterpillar. Shrimp tempura, ebiko, avocado are wrapped with ebi and it comes with a special savoury-sweet sauce. We appreciate how the chefs put in effort to make the sushi fun and interesting for diners but we were too full. Later that day we shop at Platinum market and there were many shops and we went shop by shop bought a few clothes. We went for delicious supper at After You Cafe which we could not find in one of the mall as it is close for renovation.
The Shibuya toast which is so nice that makes you want to eat again .Which requires you to have maple sauce around the bread and it ice cream .It is a must if you ever go there.
Nara Thai Cuisine restaurant was founded in 2003 by a group of female entrepreneurs, no wonder the lush royal purple colour scheme in the restaurant. The décor certainly combines a combination of traditional Thai extravagance meets modern chic. One thing about Thai restaurants, their attention to details from menu, service to setting is always top-notch.
Also on Seenspace Thonglor Soi 13 is Mr Jones Orphange, an uber cute cafe that serves drinks and desserts.Contradicting its name, it is a whimsical place with decorations that you would never imagine – a carousel filled with fruits and soft toys, furniture that looked like they jumped out of kids storybooks; a dessert shrine with a mind-blowing selection of homemade goodies.
We took a cab to Central World and we went to Zen and we bought some cushions for my house it was quite cheap and raasonable and went for lunch as Somtam.The food was not as nice as NARA THAI food .Not recommended you all to go as it does not taste that fantastic.
After that my parents we decided to go for a massage at Healthland while me and my sister and I went to Platinum Market again and we bought quite alot of clothes this time round, I bought 2 Dresses ( $600 baht, $23 ),1 yellow Blouse ( $250 Baht,$9.58) 1 Wallet ( $100 baht ,$4) a pair of Chanel Earing ($20 baht,$0.80) A purple bag( $400 Baht,$16) and a Naraya Cosmetic Pouch.A jacket ( $300 baht, $12).
Presented with the drink menu before ordering food items, mum ,sister and I had the fruit juices ready to put out any upcoming fire, while dad was adventurous enough to make it even hotter with a Heineken .
The interesting thing about Blue Elephant's menu was how they divided it into cooking of the past, cuisine of today and kitchen of tomorrow, each with unique choices of spices and ingredients. Fancy Thai Tamarind Sauce with Foie Grus? Not today, I'm here for the good old traditional stuff!
The food was so delicious and it was the last Thai meal for the trip.It is a must try when you go to Bangkok.
As for our last day ,we went a short shopping at Chatuchak Market for some coconut drink and bought some household stuff before heading to the airport to Singapore.We had a wonderful trip.