Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Our budget 4D/3N Bangkok Trip~~ (Part 1 - Day 1 and Day 2)

Expenses for Day 1

train ticket (40 each)80
guava juice20
honey lemon35
train to praya thai30
tips for bellboy20
Snacks from yamazaki bakery60
Train to sapa tanksin84
Water ferry40
Coconut + dragonfuit60
Peanut snack15
Cab back to hotel100
Total for Day 11284

We stayed at Citin Pratunam, which is very very near to Ratchaprarop station ( Airport link). It's a 10-15 mins walk to Praya Thai station following the railway tracks.

The life below Rachaprarop station.

Our lunch was some fishball maggie noodle near the hotel. Then some crepe that PL set his eye on. 

And we explored around for the first day, and took their water ferry transport.
This was how the ferry looked like.

And the different types of boats that stopped at the ferry terminal =D

Dinner was awesome. We at at T&K Seafood (right smack in the middle of Chinatown). You will see a huge crowd after 7pm and there are two seafood rivals there. We saw the menu for the rival but decided that theirs was too ordinary, thus opted for T&K.

Our dinner~~ We ordered all small and it was just nice for us.

Breakfast(glass noodle) 50
Train to sapa tanksin84
Boat to grand palace30
Entry to grand palace1000
Boat to chinatown30
toliet 5
honey lemon25
tutu to mbk80
Entrance to Magic Art museum at MBK470
Super market for jumohon and self661
Train to praya thai(2 rabbit cards, 200 each)400
Train back to rachaprop30
ice cream20
Total for day 23684
Our 2nd day was more fruitful, where we went to the Grand Palace. The entrance fee is a whooping 500 baht each, and frankly, there wasn't much interesting stuff there. The walls are decorated with pictures though, depicting the history of Thailand, and you can walk one round seeing how history evolves.

This is the first glimpse of the Grand Palace after walking out of Tha Chang Terminal. 
We took the orange boat (15baht each)

We then went to Chinatown, where we walked through the Sampeng Wholsesale market. Basically, you just keep heading towards the crowded area and you would get there. (No brains needed)

I got my hair ties and scrunchies there for damn freaking cheap.

After wandering around and being overwhelmed by the accessories there, we headed over to MBK Mall via Tuktuk. MBK Mall is just next to the National stadium station so it is super accessible.

The Magic Art Museum inside MBK Mall was an impromptu idea. Since it was on discount, we decided to give it a try. There wasn't anyone inside at all so we had the whole place to ourselves. The placing of the art wasn't that fantastic but we managed to enjoy ourselves! And we took around 1.5hrs for the whole museum.

Sitting beside some freak

Fighting a demon

Running away from some spearman


Kenna kicked by some boxer

Scared by ghosts

Chilling in space~


See him hide~~

Militia ~ With an authentic bag to go along with it.

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