I’m currently back in my hometown for the Raya and Merdeka holidays. Thank god for the one week off from work!
As you all know,I just came back from a trip to Bangkok last week!
The day before departing, we met up with the others to discuss about the itinerary of our trip; the girls were like WE WANT TO SHOP!!!! The guys were like, “sightseeing means purely sightseeing a! NO SHOPPING ok!” We were like OooooKkkkk watever.
This time we travelled with MAS ’cause we managed to buy their promotion tickets and it was around RM393! Total cost of our trip including hotel was around RM750. It’s pretty cheap, ya?
I realized that there is nothing much to blog about BKK, besides taking pictures of what I’ve purchased and what food I had. So I’m going to continue with this trend by doing the same; gosh it sounds boring edi ==”Top- Topshop Pants- Topshop Slippers- Chanel Bag- Balenciaga
I tend to wear this black top when I travel ’cause it’s pretty comfy, and it will keep me warm when it’s cold, and it’s quite airy when it’s hot!
I tweeted about this when I was in BKK. For those who missed it, Jaspal in BKK has this very cool photobooth for vain people like us to take pics of ourselves and you can then send your pictures to your email or upload them on FB. Pretty cool right!
Sorry no pictures were taken during our shopping spree in Platinum Mall. We did not have enough time to shop because we got to the mall at around 5.30pm and then found out that the mall closes at 8pm. Shops in the mall tend to start closing by 7.
We were exhausted from all the walking in the first day so we decided to call it a night. The second day was the most tiring day of our lives. The weather was being a bitch, it was super hot and humid!Top: Bubble-chic Shorts: Topshop Slippers: Roxy Bag: Balenciaga
OK, I have to say something about this. I think I have this curse of having to buy slippers whenever I visit Thailand. The last time I visited Krabi, my fav slippers broke and I was forced to buy a new pair at the hotel gift shop. This time around in BKK, the rain was absolutely pouring in the first day. I was wearing my Chanels and I knew I wouldn’t want to step in the rain and puddles of water with my Chanels. So, I ran into Central World mall to find myself a pair of cheap slippers and found ROXY on sale! They were only Rm13 so I bought them without thinking too much.
I bet u’re thinking why am I taking a picture alone, and where are my frens. Ok, they were all under the shade! They were quite pissed with the weather and refused to take a picture ==” I was being the only tourist in the group.
After visiting the palace, we were dehydrated so we decided to have lunch before going to the other tourist attractions. Bought myself a grass jelly drink and a bangle of flowers. Jo was saying people use this to pray so why are you buying one? I answered, “I’ve no idea! I thought it was pretty and it was only RM4.”
Then went to the sleeping buddha temple and did the exact same thing as last time, click here to read about my previous visit.
We all decided to called it a day after visiting the sleeping buddha temple ’cause it was just TOO HOT!
This pair of heels deserve to have a proper introduction on its own! I have finally gotten myself a pair of Jeffrey Campbells! I’ve always wanted a pair after seeing them all over Lookbook.nu. I was looking up and down for it online and was being too ‘kiam siap’ to pay for the shipping so I decided to give up on buying them online. During the last trip, I found their counter in Siam Paragon and I was over-the-top-excited but they ran out of my sizes! This time I told myself, I HAVE TO OWN A PAIR NO MATTER WHAT!!! They had my size and I brought these beauties back with me. They we’re around RM470 after VAT refund and a 5% discount.
We finished the whole bottle of whisky and everyone was pretty high that night. Thank god it was a fun night, the crowd was awesome, the music wasn’t the best but we still danced like we owned the floor and it feels good to reject strangers by saying I’m not THAI over and over again! Hahaha
Well, that was pretty much it for days 1 and 2 in BKK, sorry for the overwhelming amount of pictures.
To be continued…