Journalogging how we enjoyed Bangkok

It can only be said to be a wonderful super long weekend plus plus. The same time last year we also shared with you the journalog of our little trip to the city of Angels. So this is it would not be any different.

The only difference is we’ve determined to try out a different hotel. One where our “elite” status applies. Heheh. You know the marketing tagline “rewards come with membership”… well it’s true. So those efforts of accumulating points in the same hotel chain rewards program worked. At least for us… sigh.


On this occasion we did not even made the least of an effort to do any ‘sightseeing’. Instead, we headed to look for little eating places to try out. Some at the higher end of the cost scale, and others at the opposite side. And in both we thoroughly relished in the experiences. Of course it is limited by the time we had, and how often we get to that city. So here’s our two cents worth.

What are you waiting for? Click on this link and tell us if you enjoy Bangkok’s culinary treasures too!


Author: Mel & Suan

Mel works his day job for a living, but lives for antiquities, history and geography at all other times. He enjoys writing and thought sharing and obviously traveling. Suan is a homey person, who like girlie stuff such as cross stitching etc. Enjoys shopping & modeling for Mel. What a match!

6 thoughts on “Journalogging how we enjoyed Bangkok”

  1. I thought I was reading incorrectly when I saw your sashimi photo with a title that related to Bangkok. Haha… thanks for the reviews about Japanese restaurants in Bangkok. Looks like you embarked on a gourmet journey in Bangkok. What I missed about Bangkok food was their steamboat buffet with tomyam soup and very tasty sauces to pair with the seafood.

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  2. Oooooh! You are so lucky to live where you do so that these places such as Bangkok are within relatively easy reach. Unlike living in the very isolated North American continent, where we have to cross giant oceans to go either to Europe of Asia. Sigh! 😛 But at least I get to benefit from reading about your travel experiences, and for that I must continue to thank you, Mel and Suan! ❤

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