FLASHBACK: Thailand 2015 -Street Stuff

In  a place unknown, you really have to be cautious. If you are, however looking for adventure,you have to face the uneasy feeling of getting lost. 



We decided to go out. 

Go out and see the wonderful city and get a good look of places and things to see.

Street Foods in Silom Road





Their street foods are almost the same with what we have. Of course the fish balls and squid balls tastes a bit different. I can hardly explain the taste. But you’ll know this is how Thailand is. 



These are the street foods in Mo Chit. This is quite far from the Inn. We traveled by train and basically, this was located at the last station. We didn’t try everything as we are not a fan of spicy food. But surely, those spicy lovers would love the variety here in Thailand. They specialize in spicy foods and they know how to make you cry !  Awesome. 🙂

So here’s a fruit stand. It’s cute how they call their products. They specify what benefits you can get and it’s just so cool how much variety you can get in each order. It can be from 2 – 3 fruits in one or a mix of vegetable and it’s so refreshing! So here’s a fruits stand. It’s cute how they call their products. They specify what benefits you can get and it’s just so cool how much variety you can get in each order. It can be from 2 – 3 fruits in one or a mix of vegetable and it’s so refreshing!

So this is simply me showing off  the fresh fruit juice from the stall.:)



Affordably nutritious for 30THB!

FLASHBACK: Thailand – Temples, Temples and more Temples!


Thailand is famous for their historic temples and traditions. So here’s a few: 

Along the way…to wat pho.
Tickets! 😀

Truly unforgettable. This is one of the biggest places we’ve ever been. 

It’s called Wat Pho. So many temples and palace. 

Goin back home to Station 1 from Station 8.
I think almost everywhere, there’s a Chinatown.
So this temple is actually located in Chinatown. Far from Wat Pho though.
Also in Chinatown.
On the bottom right hand corner, we were actually on our way  back from buying a ticket to Laos, when this man approached us and gave us names of places we should try. So amongst those places, we bumped into this big temple on the left. I’m not even sure what this is called but this was in Chinatown. This was a tribute to a king.

FLASHBACK: Thailand 2015 -Songkran Festival

Festivals are fun. It can be anything! From mascots to water splashing, to fireworks and everything else! 

But this year was different. Thailand celebrates New Year every April. And this 2015, I was part of this huge gathering. They call it Songkran Festival. We chose to stay in Silom Road. The event goes for three days and there are 2 main roads you can celebrate this at a particular time. Although, you’ll see almost any one point their water guns at you. Too bad, you can’t escape. You must be a good sport! 

And the best thing is meeting people whom you can share this event with.

Philippines*Finland*Germany*Bangladesh

Awesome people and adventure!

Me and my friend enjoying the water drops from the roof!

But it doesn’t end so early. People will still be on the streets trying to put powder on your face and spray water once more. Although it should end at 10PM, some decided not to end it as yet.You have to be prepared –all the time. Make sure you have a mini plastic bag to protect your stuff.

Meanwhile..Here’s once greeting from one of the restaurants along the road.

HAPPY SONGKRAN 2015!!