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BANGKOK FOOD HUNT & SHOPPING! BRING IT ON!

I'll be heading to Bangkok on Saturday! I'm seriously excited and anticipating for this trip because I finally get some time to get away from hectic school work! I have been cracking my brains and facing my laptop for almost more than 9 hours per day. I seriously need to get over this! This is actually my first time visiting Bangkok (actually no lah, I visited Bangkok when I was P5) but that one not counted okay. I'm mad excited because I heard that BKK is a shopping paradise! But not going there to enjoy life but to also do some work. So I have a purpose too (let this be an excuse to getaway from my stress life)! Hopefully I wont gaze over the plenty of street food and clothes!

I seriously have no idea what am I going to wear for the few days in BKK but I'm told to bring as little clothes as I can because I might end up over-loading my baggage. So just a few pieces of clothes would be sufficient for me. I did a little research about the place like reading travel blogs! And manage to crack a few places that I should visit for shopping!

Be sure to follow my instagram: @uncletehpeng for updates! I'll most slightly post food! When I'm back I will document about the food experiences that I've eaten over there! I will be documenting the street food and various cafes at Bangkok and I will be coming back to blog about it.


BANGKOK YOU WAIT FOR ME OK?! 

Signing off with a pic of myself! 


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  1. Many tourist visit Bangkok City just due to their love for shopping. Shopping in Bangkok is really an awesome experience. I have been to Bangkok once and have enjoyed my shopping in Emporium Mall. Having a visit to Bangkok Floating Market was also a great unique experience.

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