Terminal 21 is a shopper’s and a foodies paradise both for locals and travelers alike. At the top is a foodies haven on Pier 21, San Francisco. #Terminal21 #SanFrancisco #Pier21 #Bangkok #Shopping
My first foray into the hussle and bussle of Bangkok was the famous Khao San Road with bars almost door to door along the entire road, you can find anything along here day or night, but it was at night that it really came to life. I even found something that had been on my bucket list. If you are the adventurous type like me, Khao San Road also offers some of the world’s most exotic food…
If you are looking for electronics equipment or just like your gadgets then Pantip Plaza is a must.
A virtual tour of Central World If you like shopping then this is the place for you. It has all the expensive shops, you could spend a fortune in here.
When your in Bangkok then you must experience and feast your eyes upon at least one of the red light districts before departing the Land of Smiles. Soi Cowboy, Nana Plaza, or Patpong, these streets are some of the most vibrant, seedy, yet interesting stretches of roads and areas in all of Thailand.
The World’s largest Weekend Market with a crazy 15,000 stalls. Literally anything and everything is available at this market, even from the legal to the ‘not so legal’.
Are Unicorns real? Well for most they are a thing of dreams but this place certainly is real – Yep a pink cafe entirely dedicated to the mythical beasts.
Wat Pho (The Temple of the Reclining Buddha) is one of the largest and oldest wats in the city of Bangkok and famed for its giant reclining Buddha that measures 46 metres long and is covered in gold leaf. The temple complex houses the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand. It’ a must see if you’re in the Phra Nakhon District of Bangkok.
Virtual tour of Bangkok known for its chaotic, crowded streets, cheap prices, wild nightlife and never ending traffic. At first I wasn’t sure