Kaka goes to BANGKOK: 15 things to take note when visiting the city

Prior our trip, I read several travel blogs and official websites on what to do and expect when I visit Bangkok. Now it is my turn to give my own insights on what to take note. 1. It would be best if you pick a hotel/lodging near the BTS or MRT. These two are the main train systems in the city. It would save you a … Continue reading Kaka goes to BANGKOK: 15 things to take note when visiting the city

Kaka goes to BANGKOK: Chatuchak Market, and the Boat Noodle Challenge

We knew from the start that we had to be mentally and physically prepared for this day. Never have I imagined I will spend (almost) the entire day walking around. I’ve read several blogs about this place saying a day is not enough to check out the entire market. Curious, we tried it ourselves and dedicated our saturday for this. CHATUCHAK WEEKEND MARKET As the … Continue reading Kaka goes to BANGKOK: Chatuchak Market, and the Boat Noodle Challenge

Kaka goes to BANGKOK: Shopping (round 2), Pole Dancing, and Thai Massage

And then in a blink of an eye, it was already on our third day in Bangkok. We knew from the start that we would not be able to go to the well-known shopping areas so we included Pratunam Market in our plans for this day before we head to my pole class at Rumpuree. PRATUNAM MARKET This is another place for thrifty shoppers like me. … Continue reading Kaka goes to BANGKOK: Shopping (round 2), Pole Dancing, and Thai Massage

Kaka goes to BANGKOK: Cultural Immersion, Reclining Buddha, and Asiatique The Riverfront

Cultural immersion is one of the many things one can do when visiting a country. In my case, I do it through cooking. Jp, my fiancé, was able to find a cooking class in Bangkok. MAY KAIDEE May Kaidee is a Thai Vegetarian and Vegan Food restaurant and cooking school in Bangkok. They offer a number of cooking classes you can choose from, and from … Continue reading Kaka goes to BANGKOK: Cultural Immersion, Reclining Buddha, and Asiatique The Riverfront

Kaka goes to BANGKOK: Shopping, Dog Cafe, and Aerial Hoop

We arrived  in Bangkok around 1 in the morning (BKK time). We did not avail of an airport transfer (airport to hotel) because we knew beforehand that we can use Uber. Uber offers a flat rate of 350 Baht for a trip from Suvarnabhumi airport, and we also had to shoulder the toll fee of 25 Baht. If you do not have the app, you can opt … Continue reading Kaka goes to BANGKOK: Shopping, Dog Cafe, and Aerial Hoop