Bangkok!!

July 11, 2011 in Thailand

3 hours after i landed, i’m here blogging.

YOU ARE WELCOME.

I really hope i’m getting paid by the amount of time i spent on my blog and twitter and FB. I will really be quite rich. I don’t mind lotsa OT too.

This is my second time to Bangkok. The first time was hell because i spent half an hour in a taxi AT THE SAME SPOT (not my fault) and also lost my camera (my fault) so i was kinda too pissed to go back again.

This time i went with Iyvene who emo me because i didn’t go traveling with her last year so this is a mini trip for us.

Anyway wherever we go we always managed to blend into the locals. We went to Vietnam and everyone thought we were Vietnamese we went to Taiwan everyone thought we were Taiwanese. When we went to London, a white woman asked us for direction. But this time her Thai-ness seriously beats me with a landslide victory wtf. She was like everyone talks to me in Thai, wtf? I just joked she has the international look lo.

Anyway this is also like my most cincai trip ever. I brought a total of maybe 5 pieces of clothing and couldn’t even bother putting much make up so no have a lot of pics of me!

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in a Tuk Tuk. BAD IDEA.

That was my perfect hair.
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This is when Tuk Tuk stopped.
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Damn 7 kiasu bought the very expensive offering so the Gods (or whatever almighty being who remotely reads mind)  will prioritize my prayers first before others who paid like 20 Baht wtf.
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#4

Lunch.

Totally no planning whatsoever so we just ate some random noodle in a food court.
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Went for Mos Burger for snack.

Seriously, MALAYSIA, Y U NO MOS BURGER?

Y we must go Thailand and Singapore to eat?

Y?!

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view of Bangkok! Super colorful!!
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Discovering new things in Chatuchak
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This thing is quite amazing!! A 30 Baht coconut ice cream with sweetened pumpkin and corn and coconut flesh.

PLUS FREE COCONUT JUICE!!! Zomg worth it!!! #VeryMalaysian

Seriously i always have this thinking that if the coconut juice is super sweet, it normally has shitty tasting flesh, and vice versa. BUT NO! Everything was sweet and nice <3
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Picture in a taxi. Apparent, from what i understand looking at the signs, you can’t do the following in the taxi:

1. Eat durian

2. Drink alcohol

3. Bring pets.

4. Play with your friend. (No meh?)

5. Shoot the taxi driver or your friend with guns

6. Become a goat WTF?!

Are Thai people WEREGOATS?! Is that why they have Full Moon Party?!

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Then then then!!!

At night, we met up with my Japanese friends who brought us to the BEST JAPANESE RESTAURANT EVER ZOMGGG.

I have heard Japanese food is good in Bangkok but i didn’t know it was that good omg. But be warned. It is VERY expensive. We didn’t pay for it so it’s okay la. Kiam people like us can never haz good food like this >.<

Ok if you say you love me i will tell you where it is.

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THANK YOU. ME TOO.

It is called MARU Kaiseki Restaurant, at
95/5-6 Soi Tonglor 3,
Sukhumvit 55 Bangkok 10110
Tel: 0-2712-5001-2

Seriously, i think the food is so good because the chef is really good and has a personal touch. So much that he writes the menu of the restaurant.
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Not only that.

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Awesome.
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Salad
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Takoyaki
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Sushi which entrusted me of the chef.
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It was zomg good.

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I was enthrusted of the chef so much that i ate the  green stuff in a prawn head.

I KNOW.

But it was good.

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#18

Mini clam miso soup
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#19

Some…. thingie with…. other thingies.

:X
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The next day. This is the only picture i took before sweat and dust and other sort of pollution took over my face.

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this big space is for 20 other imaginary chio camho shots which didn’t happen

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*calls it a day
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#21

Night view from our hotel!! Awesome!

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Observation deck from Baiyoke Sky.
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Took many many shots last night but i decided there’s only one where i look relatively cute.
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Which is this.

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