This was a place I’d never visit when I was young. Bangkok to me, equates “shopping”. But now that I’m older, I find myself appreciating and wanting to seek out what I’d previously dismissed as “boring places”. I’m talking about the Maeklong Railway market. It’s a long way out from Bangkok. First, we got to Mochit… Continue reading Bangkok Travel Aug 2017 (Pt 4)- Maeklong Railway Market
After lunch at Omu, we went cafe-hopping cos apparently there’s a lot of them in Ekkamai. This is Ink & Lion… I love how the cakes are so tiny! Really cute & guilt-free indulgence 🙂 We didn’t eat there though, but headed towards Peace Oriental Teahouse (it’s relocated since after our last visit), where they… Continue reading Bangkok Travel Aug 2017 (Pt 3)- Peace Oriental Teahouse, Greyhound & After You cafe
After shopping at Chatuchat, we took a cab to a shopping mall called The Jas Ramintra, located at Lat Pla Khao road, for this: C.O.D.E (Cafe of Dessert Enthusiasts)! I later found out there’s also a branch at Terminal 21, but I must say the atmosphere here was much better. We spent about an hour… Continue reading Bangkok Travel Aug 2017 (Pt 2)- C.O.D.E (Cafe of Dessert Enthusiasts) & Omu Cafe
This is a very backdated post lol~ Last August, we headed to Bangkok for a getaway- Just the two of us. We were supposed to go in late May, but I came down with a very bad illness and the trip was postponed. Never go to Bangkok in August. It’s HOT. :p We stayed at… Continue reading Bangkok Travel Aug 2017 (Pt 1)- Talad Rot Fai Ratchada night market & Chatuchat
There’s a carnival in town! If you are not a fan of crowds, this is the best time to go! Admission is FREE but you need to buy a card with credits to play the rides & games. $1= 1 credit. Oliver was super excited & we started off with something really mild~ Race O… Continue reading Prudential Marina Bay Carnival- Our 5 most recommended rides & game!
“My child don’t like Chinese.” I’ve heard this many times while chatting with other parents. And I can understand why. English is the preferred mode of communication in most corporate industries, thus the most common language spoken at work and home. Even if you have Chinese/dialect speaking elders living with you, chances are, they would… Continue reading Mastering Chinese through Lego play! Brickz by Square Education Studio Review
I’ve seen these around and wanted to try it with O for the longest time~ It’s a DIY candy making kit that’s totally edible! K’s friend bought a Taiyaki & Odango version from Japan which only costs $3+ and we tried making it on Saturday afternoon. Note: K & I don’t understand Japanese, we followed… Continue reading Japanese Taiyaki & Odango Edible DIY Playset