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CentralWorld Bangkok Pop-Up Market

One thing that I really love about Bangkok is that it is never short of pop-up markets. Even if you come back twice a year for holiday, there’s always new things to see, eat and buy. No wonder E mentioned that he wanted to live in Bangkok, haha. Anyway, if you’ve been to this city, […]

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Chatuchak Weekend Market – For Cheap Shopping and Foot Massages

After having a good brunch at Or Tor Kor Market, we made our way to the Chatuchak Weekend Market via the underground walkway of the Kamphaeng Phet MRT Station. We had to walk through the Metro Mall to get across to the Chatuchak Weekend Market. This was a small air-conditioned underground mall which we had […]

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MBK Center – Food Court, Street Market and a Tuk-Tuk Scam

It wasn’t our first time taking a tuk-tuk in Bangkok but it was the first time that we nearly got scammed. We wanted to get to MBK Center from Pratunam Market. Saw a couple of tuk-tuk drivers waiting by the roadside (and harassing tourists for business as usual) but we totally ignored them and flagged […]

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Pratunam food street – Bangkok’s most authentic and best street food experience

The most wonderful thing about staying at Patra Boutique Hotel was that we were right smack in the middle of what I thought was Bangkok’s best food street. The moment we walked out our hotel, we would see all the Pratunam food stalls on the left and right. And it would be like this all […]

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Delicious Banh Mi Trung on Ngo Huyen Street, Hanoi

This was one of my favourite supper spots in Hanoi because it was the only banh mi place that was closest to our hotel that opened till late around 11pm+ or so. It was set up in the shop front of a travel agency by the name of Sinh Cafe. Do note that are many […]

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Truc Bach Lake, West Lake Hanoi and Bo Bia

Hubby and I were in the vicinity of Truc Bach Lake after having bun cha for lunch. We planned to explore the lake on foot and at the same time, check out the Tran Quoc Pagoda which is the oldest Buddhist Temple in Hanoi. From Chau Long Street, we started walking around the lake in […]

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