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After You Dessert Cafe @ Siam Square One

There’s always room for dessert at After You Dessert Cafe in Bangkok. ? After an enjoyable meal of som tam and fried chicken at Som Tam Nua, we popped over to After You Dessert Cafe that was just a stone’s throw away. I never fail to eat my favourite Thai street foods like moo ping, […]

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Som Tam Nua @ Siam Square Soi 5

Som Tam Nua on Siam Square Soi 5 is one of the most popular places for som tam (green papaya salad) in Bangkok. If you come here during peak meal time, expect to see a huge crowd and/or long queue. The nearest BTS station to Som Tam Nua is Siam. Once you exit Siam station […]

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Exploring Chinatown Bangkok

Beautiful Saturday morning. We took a bus from Siam Square One and headed towards Chinatown where vibrant and colourful streets awaited us. Visiting Chinatown Bangkok has always been a huge highlight of my every trip here because there are so much to see and so much to eat. If you’ve missed out my earlier post […]

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How to get to Chinatown Bangkok (Yaowarat) by bus?

Getting around Bangkok is relatively easy as most places of interest, shopping malls and eateries are well-connected via an extensive transportation network. While transport options are inexpensive, I do like to explore the city on foot which is a good way to exercise (burn more calories to eat more street food later, lol) and experience the vibrant […]

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White Story EmQuartier – For Delicious Butter Toast

After a good lunch and shop at Terminal 21, we made our way back to the BTS station to catch the train to our next stop – Phrom Phong, where The EmQuartier is situated. The EmQuartier is a relatively new high-end, upmarket mall in the Sukhumvit district of Bangkok. It is located opposite the Emporium, which is another […]

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Terminal 21 Shopping Mall in Bangkok

Terminal 21 is a one floor, one theme shopping complex located on Sukhumvit Road (next to Asok BTS station) which is quite different from other shopping malls in Bangkok because it resembles an airport (hence the name). This mall was launched in late 2011 but I hadn’t had the chance to check it out as […]

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Platinum Fashion Mall in Bangkok

When you’re shopping at Pratunam Market, it’s very unlikely you will miss the Platinum Fashion Mall on the other side of the road. It is a huge wholesale fashion shopping mall which is also said to be the largest in Thailand. This mall is like an indoor, air-conditioned version of Chatuchak Weekend Market. If rubbing […]

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BAKE Cheese Tart Bangkok – Either you love it or you don’t

I love cheese and in fact anything with cheese but I’m not so crazy about it that I will just join a long queue for it. When hubby and I stumbled upon BAKE Cheese Tart in Siam Center which is their latest outlet to open after the ones in EmQuartier, Central World and Central Ladprao, […]

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Annette i tim Tuk Tuk – Fanciful ice cream on a stick

If you are staying near the Pratunam Market area and are thinking of heading to Siam Paragon and the nearby malls for some shopping and eating, check out my earlier post on How to get from Pratunam to Siam Paragon in which I’ve shared this alternative shortcut route without having to go through the skywalk. […]

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How to get from Pratunam to Siam Paragon

Heading to Bangkok and considering to book a hotel near the Pratunam Market area? You may want to read this walking guide to find out more about an alternative route that gets you from Pratunam to Siam Paragon and the main shopping district. That is without having to go through a longer route (well it […]

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Cha Tra Mue – The Number One Brand Original Thai Tea Since 1945

Many of us love flocking to Bangkok to eat and shop. And it’s not surprising that the Thai Tea trend had caught on in Singapore in recent years as well. Hmm, we always adore everything Thai, don’t we? ? My favourite Thai Tea brand in Bangkok is Cha Tra Mue which literally means ‘Number One […]

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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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Or Tor Kor Market – The Best Fresh Market in Bangkok, Thailand

Or Tor Kor Market (also known as the Marketing Organization for Farmers) was previously listed as one of the world’s best markets by CNN. I kinda agree with that because it is indeed one of the best markets I’ve come across while travelling in Asia and it’s possibly also the best fresh market you can […]

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Asiatique The Riverfront – Bangkok’s Modern Night Market by the Chao Phraya River

One of the reasons that keeps me coming back to Bangkok is that Bangkok is a city that is never short of street food and markets. There’s always something new to eat or see whenever I’m back here. During my last trip, I didn’t manage to visit Asiatique The Riverfront so this time round, I […]

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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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