Thursday, February 28, 2013

Bangkok Part 4

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Continue from my Bangkok posts previously. Other than eating, we're busy shopping. I kinda lost track of which day these pictures were taken. 

On our way to Platinum Mall

Bangkok sure is famous for its shopping but I didn't really shopped much there. The price range is not as cheap as I thought it would be. I guess that's what tourism did to the shopping scenes there. 

A must do in Bangkok

We had our lunch at Platinum Mall food court and I had my chicken bento.

We shopped a bit at Platinum and wandered to Central World nearby. However, I still managed to get a few accessories at Platinum, a clutch, tops and dresses and shoes too. Okay la, I did shopped a lot.

The famous shrine

Can you spot my recycle shopping bag? hehehe

Some people even took shopping to an extreme level and trotted a trolley bag to put their hauls but I think most of them were sourcing for their shops/blogshop.

We had yakiniku for early dinner. 

It was super delicious and we refilled our bacon 3 times shamelessly.
I myself salivating when I think about the crispy bacon now.

On the way to catch our train to go home

Since Sara lives a little bit off the central of Bangkok, we actually had to commute via train and catch bus/van/taxi afterward to go back to her apartment. That night was the first time in my life I experienced the most horrifying traffic jam. It was evening where people were off from work and students back from uni. The train station was jam packed and the bus that we're on also super super packed. It was really sardine packed, if you get what I mean. We stuck in immobile traffic for one whole hour and I had to stand almost throughout the 2 hours bus ride home in a packed bus. My face was literally shoved under someone underarm. ='= Unbelievable how a 20 mins bus ride turned into 2 hours just because of the traffic.

I'm glad traffic back home is much more bearable.

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