After a few posts of Ishigaki, I would like to write a short passage of a review from my stay in Bangkok last month. (I will continue the Ishigaki post later!) Since I have visited Bangkok for so many times, hence I won’t look for expensive hotels but a more economy price but at the same time convenient! If you are looking for some special, comfy and economy which save some money in your pocket, then this one you should not want to miss!
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Heya! How’s everyone’s weekend? I was back from Bangkok last week and I was lucky enough to spend such a luxurious afternoon tea in Luxurious Afternoon Tea in Bangkok (Grand Hyatt Erawan)sponsored by Trazy
A bit introduction of Trazy. Trazy is an travel agency unlike normal but focus mainly on Korea and Thailand. They understood how frustrated when foreign travellers have no idea where they should go especially in Korea and Thailand ! Hence the 2 ladies (who started the business) decided to provide the best deals and offers for travellers! Which sounds great!! If you were frustrated not speaking the same language hence can’t communicate? Don’t worry! Just ask Trazy for help and you can relax during the journey! So let’s see what I have experienced with Trazy! Let’s GO!!
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Grand Centre Point Hotel Ploenchit
Address: 100 Wireless Road, Bangkok, 10330 Thailand
Tel: 66 (2) 6595 000
Continue of my last Bangkok trip. I stayed in Grand Centre Point Hotel. The location is very good as it takes only 10 -15 minutes to Siam from skywalk. Also 5 mins to BTS. I made my reservation through Expedia from their special offer. It costs HK$2725 – 4 nights (2 persons)! So it’s around HK$680 /night include tax which I think is a good deal in such a convenient location.
I didn’t take photos at the lobby as haven’t thought of sharing my stay in blog. Anyways, the interior is a bit apartment feeling, not like normal hotel. However the interior do looks pretty nice! A bath tube with open wooden window and a balcony to enjoy such a beautiful night view in Bangkok.
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That’s one of the restaurant I visited in my past Bangkok trip. Laemgate is on my check list which I must go! It attracts me as it is ALL YOU CAN EAT for SEAFOOD!!
Laemgate have 2 branches in Bangkok, one in Phaholyothin11 and the other in Ari 4. How to go? The Ari branch is very close to BTS Ari Station exit 3, it takes you about 10 mins walk from the station OR if you decided to go after your plan to Chatuchak Market, then I would suggest you to go to Phaholyothin11 by Duk Duk. It takes approximately 15 mins Phaholyothin11 and is situated in between Ari station and Saphan Khwai Station.
We went to Ari 4 branch and the restaurant is REALLY REALLY hard to see. We have passed by several times in the same ari just walking back and forth!! We for sure we didn’t go to the wrong Soi (street) and the GPS did showed that we already there! As it was situated inside the gate and what you can see is the view below when you pass by. Lamgate was hidden at the dead end of the road. So that’s explain the reason why we passed by so many times!
There was a piano at the front door with the royal blue paint on wall, also some old books on shelf which have the european looks & feel. The waitress was so nice and allow us to get into the restaurant much earlier than the booking time because of the heavy rain that night. Which is much appreciated!
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Since my hotel was quite close to Central Embassy, it just took me 5 mins from my hotel to the mall. Me and my husband have no plan to go to Paul Bakery but only went in because of their simply but attractive exterior.
Paul Depuis 1889 was the first french bakery in Bangkok. They were founded over a century ago in Croix, Northern France. It served country-style and fancy artisan breads and well known for producing over 140 types of breads. They have opened over 400 branches over the world. There are 4 branches except Embassy in Bangkok, The Emporium, Central World and Empire Tower . If you are looking for an affordable but quality french breakfast with a convenient location,Paul Depuis 1889 shall be one of your choice.
The take away counter had a wide variety of delicious looking cake and pastries. I haven’t got a chance to try their croissant however it seems like they have many good reviews. The price is not cheap but is affordable. Not only Croissant they offer but also freshly made fruit tarts and cakes everyday. I would highly recommend to try this if you haven’t. They just looks so delicious to me!
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I went to Bangkok last month and visited the new hippest space with artistic café, market and playground – The Commons. A place where you can get closer to the nature but not too far from the city. They also call it as the backyard of Thonglor. Located in Soi Thonglor 17. The earliest opening is 08:00 a.m however not all café / restaurant were fully open that early, so I would highly suggest not to go to early unless you want to have an early breakfast.
The commons has been divided into 4 zones.
Offers Quality food and drinks
Offers Sweets & Life simple treats
Welcome everyone regardless of age, it’s a good to enjoy your time with Kids.
you can enroll their workshops with your friends and family.
The backyard of the Commons. Enrich yourself with comforting food from
the Commons Kitchen Bar and the Roast
Something surprise was that they also happy for customers to bring their pet along with them! which is something not easy to find in the city.
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BUKRUK URBAN ARTS FESTIVAL
While I was in Bangkok last month, I have passed through a shopping Center – Gaysorn,G/F located adjacent to Central World.
I didn’t notice there’s an exhibition during that period. The exhibition held until 30th JUN. It was a collaboration with 9 artists over the world:
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