Thanks to my sister in-law who helped me to look after my 2 boys during our holiday in Bangkok. I invited her and her 2 kids to have their school holiday in KL. At the same time, her kids could play with my kids (they are cousins), my maid would cook for them while she kept an eye on all of them. Before the holiday, I stocked up food for them.
Honestly, I like Bangkok as a holiday destination. Over the 3 days in Bangkok, we basically shop, eat and massage! The good thing is THB100 is about RM10.20, which we divide (not multiply) their currency to ours. There were lots of walking and the weather there was humid and hot. As such, do remember to wear some thing light and comfortable, especially walking with a pair of comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water in your bag.
Place to Shop
|Chatuchak weekend market - Go early morning, spare at least half a day ... way too much things to see and buy.|
|Platinum Fashion Mall (2 blocks - old and new) at Pratunam - wholesale market with cheaper, nicer design and quality clothing compared to other Bangkok markets. These 2 dresses cost less than RM30 each.|
|NaRaYa ... All from fabrics|
|Siam Paragon Food Hall - must visit, just like this happy couple, with lots of food choices|
... and not forgetting Central World.
Things to Eat
- Japanese Food - lots of Japanese restaurants at reasonable price
- Thai Food
- Thai dessert - mango sticky rice, coconut ice-cream
- Thai fruits - pomelo dip with plum powder
- Thai delicacies - dry fruits (mango, papaya, pineapple, kiwi, etc), rice crackers, coconut rolls, etc
Things to Do