Thursday, 27 August 2015


I became a Carousell member early this year and I am still loving this app to every bits! I am quite an impulse online buyer so I have alot clothes and accessories that are BNIB or only used/wore once. Ever since I have downloaded Carousell app, I have successfully sold off quite a couple of my stuff and hence made new room for my new stuff =D!

I am very excited to know there is a campaign going on with Carousell and Airbnb which we share our travel story when we list our travel inspired items + include hashtag #CarousellxAirbnb and 5 lucky winners with the best stories will get to win $500 of Airbnb travel credits*!

How to join the contest 
1. Download the Carousell app
2. List 1 or more items that are related to your travel experience for sale and in the item description
3. Tell us the travel story the item represents and add hashtag #CarousellxAirbnb
4. Submit your listing(s) to the Carousell marketplace

Log on to to check out what others have shared!

This contest ends on 11 September 2015.

I have already listed my item and hashtag #CarousellxAirbnb!

I hope I win and this will be my perfect birthday present this year!!*hehe

Sunday, 16 August 2015

Thailand - Where to eat in Bangkok

Where to eat in Bangkok

Bangkok is one of my favorite city in the world! I will always find time to go once a year to immerse myself in shopping and eating~

Below is the list of restaurants/cafes I have been for the past frequent visits to Bangkok. I hope this list will continue as long as possible.

1) Road side

We rarely see temporary roadside food stall in Singapore already. The only one left is the ice cream tricycle stall which we usually see at Orchard or Bugis.

Roadside stalls usually sell relatively cheaper but definitely less hygienic than fixed stalls. Nevertheless, still a YAY!

I would label Bangkok as Fruits City. They always have fruit sellers everywhere you go. Fruit juice is always the savior under the forever-hot-weather. Prices are usually around 20-40 baht.

Can I have one mango sticky rice without coconut milk pls~

Packets & packets of varieties of fruits

Kaya pancakes

Mini pancake roll up with yam/kaya/pineapple fillings

Grilled chicken! This is my favorite! As we were strolling around "What The Food" bazaar outside Central World and we were attracted to this stall by its smell.

 I chose the smallest size. Although this is very unhealthy, but it was damn yummy! ~50baht

 Eggs and chicken croissants.  ~180baht

2) Mango Tango

Mango is my second favourite fruit after durian.

They have many varieties of mango products - fruits, ice cream, pudding, smoothies and etc.
I still think roadside traditional mango sticky rice is nicer hehe 

Mango Tango

3) After You

They have a very raving review from Bangkok to Singapore.

Their shibuya honey toast was the most famous item. Order the mini size one because the regular size is big even for 2 people.

I particularly like their coffee -

Go during off peak hours or less popular branch otherwise you might be queuing for 1-2 hours.

Hot peppermint 105baht

Baby matcha toast 175baht


After You


I am very thankful to my friend's recommendation on this Japanese restaurant. This Japanese-Western fusion restaurant offers very creative and appealing sushi rolls (like "Jackie" sushi roll which looks like a caterpillar).



5) Mr. Jones' Orphanage

This is for all the sweet tooth out there.

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Mr Jones' Orphanage
Address: Siam Center, 989, Rama 1 Rd, Pathum Wan, 10330 Bangkok 
Opening hours: daily 11am to 9pm

6) Som Tam Nua 

This Thai restaurant was packed with Singaporeans when we were there.

Thai rice flour noodles 97baht

Pork sausage 92baht


Som Tam Nua 
Address: 392/14, Siam Square Soi 5, Rama 1 Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, 10330
Opening hours: 10:45 am – 9:30 am

7) Sabx2 Pratunum Wanton Mee

This store exhibit great professionalism by hiring staff that know how to speak mandarin to cater for Chinese customers which are mostly Singaporeans and Malaysians.

I personally preferred the pork knuckles rice. 

wanton mee 50baht

pork knuckles rice 60baht

SabX2 Pratunam Wanton Noodles 
4/32-33 Soi Petchburi 19, Pratunam, Bangkok, Thailand 
Opening Hours: 9am – 4pm Daily

8) Roast

This is my favorite cafe in Bangkok. My reason of visiting for the first time was for the ice latte with coffee ice. It amazed me with their food especially the french toast with cranberry and cornflakes sprinkled on it.

Classic eggs benedict 240baht

French toast with cranberry 280baht



9) Aran Bicicletta

This is for the cycling enthusiasts where they can drink coffee while indulging in their hobby and sharing their cycling stories with owners or other cycling enthusiasts.


Tiramisu in tall glass

Aran Bicicletta
Address: 128/10 Paholyothin Soi 2, Bangkok, Thailand 
Nearest Train: BTS Ari

10) Cabbages and Condoms Restaurant

I was googling "theme restaurant in Bangkok" and this came up on the first page. I thought it will be a weird and exclusive kind of restaurant. Yes, it was quite a weird experience where you see condoms as decoration all over the restaurant - the lamps, the costumes on mannequins and even as a thank you gift with your bill.


Cabbages and Condoms Restaurant

11) MIX

We visited MIX restaurant at Terminal 21 mall on my last day in Bangkok. We wanted to have one last local meal before we heading to the airport hence we went in without much hesitation and it turned out an unforgettable experience for us. We over ordered because everything in the menu looked very delicious to us. 

Fried rice with crab meat 150baht

Hot spicy soup 199baht + roti 100baht

Shrimp cream soup 185baht

Fish paste mousse 179baht

Baked crab meat in apple 275baht


12) Wabi/sabi Japanese Gastro Bar 

I usually stay around Central World mall as it is conveniently located between Siam shopping areas and Platinum mall. I realized Bangkok has more varieties of Japanese fusion restaurants than in Singapore.

Watermelon juice 90baht

Takana fried rice 180baht

Tamago sushi 120baht

Temari sushi 480baht

Salmon lomi lomi 380baht (only available on Valentine day 2015)

Wabi/sabi Japanese Gastro Bar 
G/F, The Groove, CentralWorld, Ratchadamri Rd., Bangkok, Thailand
Nearest Train: Siam

13) Zense Gourmet Deck & Lounge Panorama

This is considered one of the cheapest rooftop restaurants as we did not want to spurge our money on expensive food.

This is located at Central World mall and has great sunset view as well as the traffic view around Siam shopping areas.

Go around sunset timing to maximize the lovely stay.

My favorite soup - lobster bisque

Zense Gourmet Deck & Lounge Panorama
Address: Level 17, Zen World @ Central World

14) Capri

I am normally quite picky on ink spaghetti but this totally hit on my taste bud. I like their al fresco dining area facing the sea while enjoying their live band.


Capri restaurant
Asiatique The Riverfront

15) The Best of Boat Noodles

This has been one of my lists to try and I have finally tried it after so long. The place is not easy to find so make sure you have Googlemap with you.

Believe it or not, one bowl cost only 10baht! Thick noodle soup with pork/beef. The  soup tasted like they put some herb in the soup that made it very tasty.

Noodles sour soup with pork

Noodles thicken soup with pork

We are not a big eater.

The Best of Boat Noodles near Victory Monument 
Address: Sutyot Kuetiau Lua Payak Phaya Thai Bangkok 10400, Thailand

16) Hungry Bear Pancakes

Quite a cute cafe in a huge shopping mall. Located on 4th floor with other eateries. Suitable to come with kids.

They put soft toys at all the tables for big children and small children to play while waiting order.

Apple crumble with pancakes in a Jar - 145baht

Hungry Bear Pancakes
4/F, Central Ladprao, Ladprao, Paholyothin Rd., 089-134-4466