onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown

Postcards from Chinatown, Bangkok

onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown
onceoverlightly bangkok chinatown

Ah, Bangkok!
Cheryl, Saran and I spent 4 days (or was it 5?) in Chinatown to source for supplies for DIYKL (sign up for our workshops here!).

No trip to Bangkok would be complete without a trip to Pratunam Market and Platinum Mall.
Trendy and high-quality clothes for an average of 200 baht each at wholesale prices? Yes, please!
(For the sake of humanity, please leave the dudes at home)

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We went without a solid itinerary, and whenever possible, I love just wandering around to see what I could discover during my travels.
Cheryl and I stumbled upon Scoopp when we were exploring around our hostel, and it is our favourite find in Bangkok so far.
We shamelessly went back for ice-cream everyday.

Imagine this:
30-baht per scoop of homemade ice-cream.
More than 60 flavours.
Mindblown.

Boy, was it the vacay I needed. It has been more than a year since my last proper break, and I enjoyed every moment of it. There’s always something new in Bangkok that is just waiting to be discovered, and yet with a sense of familiarity that always pulls you back.

✓ Street food
✓ Delicous food
✓ Cheap, delicious, street food
#PRIORITIES

In case you were wondering, yes, I didn’t take photos of food because I was too busy eating.

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