Bangkok Tales

It’s my second day in Bangkok and a large part of the day was spent at work. I come to Bangkok so often but there’s something so alluring about this city that I fall in love with it over and over again – the friendly and soft-spoken people, quaint cafes with yummy food, the mix of high and low fashion and so much more. 
Today, I had a delicious lunch of Tom Yum Goong and fusion Pad Thai at Another Hound Cafe (under the Greyhound group), snapped some OOTD shots at Siam Square – I super love the white wedges that I’m wearing from Pedder Red. I’ve got the same style of shoes in cobalt blue and leopard print. They’re so super comfortable and easy to dress up or down with. Sneaked in a cinnamon bun mid-day with a latte and it was so yummy.
Ended the day at the vintage flea market, Made By Legacy that only happens twice a year (lucky me!) and had so much fun trawling vintage treasures and drinking sangria. Of course, I had to have another foot massage before popping back to the hotel. Is there such a thing as too many massages?! 
Outfit details:
Top: H&M 
Skirt: Nasty Gal
Clutch: MCM
Wedges: Pedder Red
Jewellery: Chanel necklace & ring, Thomas Sabo gemstone ring, Hermes CDC and Rolex watch

Happy Feet :)

I’m here in Bangkok over the weekend and just had a super awesome foot massage. I’ve tried many many foot massages here in Bangkok before and this is probably one of the best I’ve had. The massage parlour is not super fancy – it’s clean and slightly nicer than most massage parlours littered all over Bangkok. All credit goes to the therapist, Kan. She hit all the right points on my foot, back and shoulders and I felt all the tension in my body literally melt away.

If you do come to Bangkok, here’s where to find her:

Chang Foot Massage
Siam Square Soi 6 (Near Novotel Hotel)
Tel: +662 654 6339

What’s two girls got to do in Bangkok?

1. Stay in a gorgeous apartment

Welcome to our apartment!

This is the Somerset Suan Plu.
Living room – where we spent many nights lounging, watching DVDs, eating rubbish and chatting.



Even comes complete with walk-in wardrobe!!!

And bedroom.

2. Eat lots

Yummy Thai noodles on the first day.

Happy Yoghurt! You get to choose your own flavours, mix, match and squeeze however much you want, add toppings and pay by weight!

Ta dah!! Looking tired here because we came in on a super super early flight and I didn’t before the flight!

Our snack loot from Siam Paragon supermarket.

Lunch at Greyhound cafe one day.

Not noodles too! Can some things in life be simple please??

Yummy pomelo salad. It’s so fantastic to have the fruit taken apart for you for easy eating!

Thai chinese food!

Angelia looking happy with her snacks. 😀

We were super craving for Japanese food in Thailand.

I think, this was breakfast one morning. Miso soup, tea, potato chips, cuttlefish snack, bananas, strawberries, nacterine and hello panda. Random!!

3. Have massages

Did a full body Thai massage that left me all achy and sore the next day, but I loveeee foot massages!

4. Have a mani/pedicure

Love this colour from OPI!

The Japanese are mad serious about their manicures and poodles. This was taken from a Japanese nail art magazine. Poodles on the nails! Kawaii!

Angelia had her nails done hot pink.

5. Shop like mad

Me doing some serious shopping with my bright rainbow bag at Platinum Mall.

Tax refund! We chalked up quite a bit.

Sale everywhere!..burnt a huge hole in my pocket. Ouch!

6. Chill out at nice cafes and look for wi-fi when tired from shopping

Nice cafe at Siam Square.

Tired from shopping. We were carting bags and bags of stuff back to our apartment everyday! The concierge were slightly bemused by us two girls.

Angelia – seriously watsapp-ing.

Wi-fi at the hotel lobby!

7. Er, cam-whore lots?

Waiting for our cab.

PINK taxi!

Playing with my camera modes.

Ok. We were bored being stuck in the jam.

8. And of course chat and gossip incessantly about life, boys, fashion and everything under the sun.

I had so much fun.

I’ll be back! Toodles!