Bangkok, The City that Never Sleeps (I)
Bangkok, The City that Never Sleeps (II)
Bangkok Shopping Post
Pattaya walking street is relatively quiet during the day but most boutiques selling “kinky” outfits are open for business.
Pattaya is also most famous for its go-go and beer bars. The whole street seems to come alive at night.
the theatre complex that features the famous “Alcazar Show” (680 baht)
a true feast for the eyes
be prepared to pay 300 baht to have a picture opportunity with these “ladies”
watersports: paragliding (so fun! 150 baht), jet ski ride (100 baht)
at one of the most touristy Chinese restaurant
the Emperor’s Meal: sharkfin soup, crabs with tong fun, bird’s nest with coconut soup.
the laser sculptured buddha at Kao Chee Chan cliff.
the malls were all lit up for Christmas
shopping was great too
awesome banana pancake with condensed milk.
hot and fiery som tam.
Pattaya’s man made floating market.
OK an abrupt end to this post because it’s just another filler post :D. I was too busy eating and entertaining my relatives who kept asking the same question “when are you getting married?”. *roll eyes*
Gong Xi Fatt Chai & Happy New Year everyone!