Spent my last weekend in Bangkok and it’s fun, as always. In my previous trips to the city, I visited the tourist spots like the Grand Palace and Chatucak market, so this time I decided to just stroll around, following where my feet go. And it turned out that the feet wanted to go to places where there are good food and books teehee.
Not in the mood to share space with others, I booked a single room in Ds67 Suites. Ds67 Suites is located in Sukhumvit Soi 67, only a few steps away from Phra Kanong BTS station. I can’t really remember how I found this place, probably from Booking.com, but I booked the room via their official website. The hotel is very nice! My room is spacey for one person, and the bed is actually big enough for two people! Also, the bathroom is clean, which is very important to me.
Stupid me for not taking pictures of the cafe of the hotel! Yes, they do have a small cafe in the hotel, and its decoration is very cute. Sadly, I didn’t have the chance to spend time in it because they closed at 6 PM.
Had breakfast at Cafe Bicycle. Someone recommended on the net, and since it’s still in Sukhumvit line, I decided to try it. Cafe Bicycle is in Mahatun Plaza, next to Phloen Cit station. Take exit 2 and 4 and you can already see the comfy cafe.
With its delicious food and coffee and its comfortable ambiance, I’ll definitely visit this place again on my next Bangkok trip and stay longer!
Besides going to Siam Paragon for a necessary visit to its big branch of Kinokuniya, I also went to Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. It’s between MBK and Siam Discovery, so when you alight at National Stadium station, you can visit those three places. Inside Bangkok Art and Culture Centre you’ll find many art and design shops and some chich coffee shops. They also have a cinema and several galleries. This place is a must if you’re eager to know about Thai contemporary art and design.
Going out from Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, you can see Siam Discovery there. Just walk along the sky bridge and voila, you’re in one of the hip malls in Bangkok. The place that interests me the most is Loft, a two-storey stationary shop. IT IS HEAVEN. I thought Be Trend in Siam Paragon is the best stationary heaven in Bangkok, but stepping inside Loft, I think I lost my mind there lol.
Despite my friend’s warning that it’d be very hot, I found the weather was still tolerable. There wasn’t much raining as well, only some drizzle. Bangkok never fails me, really. It always offers me something new to look at, something fresh to taste.