I had just came back from Bangkok trip, scanning through my photos and not too sure what can I blog about shopping trip. So I will blog about the food I ate in Bangkok. Not many photos taken actually, so I just show some of them.
Our little guide to eat the nais foods travel to bangkok.
Arrived in Bangkok and to the tallest tower in Thailand - Baiyoke Sky Hotel, room size is big for double, nothing too fancy, but like it clean and neat.
I shall start with the buffet dinner I had in Chao Phraya Cruise, it is a 2 hour cruise program with dinner on a cruise along the Chao Phraya river with scenic views. Suppose to book a van for ten of us but the friendly customer service of Baiyoke Sky Hotel recommended us to travel by taxi because is cheaper, but it’s difficult to imagine how bad traffic really is if most of you have heard how bad traffic is in Bangkok.
For seafood lovers.
Haha is dead.
Still eat sushi here in Bangkok.
Street market open until 9am morning just below our hotel, is a good place for cheap clothes.
Bangkok Street food Challenge begins, Pork Satay. The only rights to pork on a stick besides at Bali.
The only in Bangkok with hot dog sausage, mayo and then wrapped up in a crepe.
Deep fried foods, its horrible for health but its yummy.
Hungry in Bangkok, we stop at this restaurant for duck soup noodles.
Whatever it is, it is very good.
Old man reading newspaper with Magnifier.
Most popular shrine amongst Asian tourists and locals in Bangkok, Four-Faced Buddha of Erawan Shrine.
Each of the four faces of the deity are said to represent different elements. In a clockwise direction starting from the entrance, the first face represents the Face of Peace and Health, followed by the Face of Good Fortune, the Face of Good Relationships and the Face of Protection Against Evils.
Devotees usually sprinkle a few drops of holy water over their heads and shoulders or dropping a couple of coins into the urn after prayer.
Those who have had a wish granted may then return to commission dancers and musicians at the shrine.
Next we experience the most dangerous job of bird's nest climbers, and the closet shot I can take. The display of bird nest when enter to the bird's nest shop.
The staff recommend us to try the Char Siew just outside the bird's nest shop, I still cannot forget the crispiness of this Char Siew, damn this pig must heave wealthy life, but not cheap tho.
When I grow up I wanna sell Char Siew.
100 baht for this, never enough.
Next we try this fresh home made fish noodles.
We come to the pride of Bangkok, Siam Paragon Shopping Centre. And then we had steamboat at MK Restaurant.
MK Gold Resturant at Siam Paragon for steamboat, nothing special and nothing extraordinary.
The slices of pork.
While waiting for your food to be cooked, you can order Green noodle to eat first.
The food keep coming, Roast duck.
More roast pork.
Put the slices pork in the soup for 3 seconds, and is ready to serve.
Last but not least, Coffee Ice Cream for dessert.
At night we enjoying dinner at Bangkok Hard Rock Cafe.
All of us at Hard Rock Cafe with beers.
What I was eating? Duo Combo pork.