Thursday, August 30, 2012

Bangkok Through My Lens - The Land of Thousand Smiles. =)

Am back!!
Bangkok was incredible, clubbing was ze awesome and part-time job was great.
Too bad, i'm down with flu and sore throat and i could feel fever is on its way so just bear with me teehee.

It's the last week of our semester break and i would not want to spend this last week of joy having to survive all these sickness. Rest and eating med on time is all i need now. =)

Anyways, lets get down to business. ;)

If you know me well, you would have known that I LOVE clouds. I love those large, puffy cumulus clouds that looks like cotton candy and it also gave me a kind of feeling in finding peace within myself, somehow.

This shot was taken when we were heading to Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Thailand.

#1. Our hotel room.

Hotel S33 Compact.
Situated at Sukhumvit 33. 

Bro booked the size L room. 
(approx. 1,600 baht per night)

We actually had a slight miscommunication with the hotel management. We did not know that the maximum number of people for per room is only 3 and they wanted to charge us an additional of 1,800 baht for my brother and myself but they are only able to give us one extra bed. A lil' ridiculous cause' if you can see from the pic above, that super huge bed is more than enough to accommodate 3 ppl and the other one can just sleep on the long couch. But it is their POLICY. It is way different than that of our country because basically we don't care about how many ppl we wanna squeeze in.

End up, after wasting about an hour in the lobby, (mind you it was already like 8pm and we were so hungry after the flight and car ride) we finally reached to a decision whereby they only charge us an additional of 900 baht and the following nights we need to get another room (size M) with a discounted rate at about 1,200 baht if im not mistaken.

Well, what we think is that they have this policy is to make sure all of their guests stay comfortably. But trust me, even we have to squeeze the four of us in that room, it is more than comfy and spacious enough. Plus, it is one of the cheapest and decent hotel you can find in Bangkok cause' most of the other high-end ones are at least 3,000 baht and above.

This is our size M room. Another person could actually sleep on the long couch as well lol.

Super clean toilet. But i dislike the glassed door. My mum was peeping on me in the shower the first night and she said she saw everything. T__T There's a hole at the side where you can actually peep into. FML.

American breakfast served by the hotel. Its the same every morning. I actually preferred American breakfast instead of all the rice and whatsoever heavy meals early in the morning. Teehee. Healthy breakfast all the way yo! Plus, those danish pastries are realllllly good. 

#2. Food for Thought.

Food that you can find along the streets and food you can't find here in Malaysia (some of it).

This is the night after we checked-in. Too hungry so we just settle for some Thai food nearby our hotel. They pretty much tasted the same like what we have here in KL and roughly about the same price too but just look at the ambiance. *two thumbs up* They call it a fine dining restaurant.

Pad thai! 
My favourite! If you like char kuey teow, then you might like this. It's the sweet version of our char kuey teow. A must try when you step your feet in the land of thousand smiles. And those pork sausages are so yummmmay. 

Omg coconuts there are so cheap. 15 baht for the super fragrant coconut. I don't know how many we've bought during the entire trip teehee.

Samurai pork burger ftw!! This definitely you can't get in KL. Such succulent pork patty that you just can't resist. *salivates*

Found a pretty good Japanese bakery in Emporium shopping complex that is situated about 15-minutes walk away from our hotel.

They serve really good cream puffs; strawberry, chocolate, green tea, milk, etc.

I personally love this green tea. The fresh cream filling's so super duper yummay that you just can't help but to get another one. I don't mind having this everyday tho hehehe.

I was so happy too that i found my best stall of all! I love milk! And everything here is made up of milk omg jumps in joy.

Milk tablets that i've been looking for so loooooooog. I don't know why but i find it hard to find good milk tablets anywhere else. 

Milk cravings satisfied! Ice-creams are the bomb! I'm a happy kid! :D

Emporium is one happening shopping complex. All the food galore are situated inside the mall. Such heavenly. =)

The best of all would be their hospitality. The Thais are really friendly. Most of em'. Glad that they are willing to help, unlike this stuck-up country that is ruling by bollocks. =(

Neways, part 2 of Bangkok trip soon!

I'm sorry guys but i gtg. I hope i don't bore you and if you've read up to this end, i thank you for reading and you deserve a pat at the back. =) Will blog more about it soon!

Just in case if you forget how i look like haha! Jkjk =)

Have a goodnight and Happy 55th Independence Day!! *smooches*



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