Bangkok 2015

We stayed at the Oriental Residence which was a fantastic hotel
Costa Coffee breakfast – Siam Paragon shopping mall
Sea Life Ocean World aquarium
Sea Life Ocean World aquarium
Matilda you’ve been photobombed
Lunch at a Japanese restaurant – Siam Paragon shopping mall
The shopping malls are a great way to escape the heat and humidity
The pool at the Oriental Residence hotel
Wat Po Buddhist temple complex in the Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok
Reclining Buddha – Wat Pho
The reclining Buddha feet are embedded with Mother of Pearl
Waiting for our boat to Chinatown
Lost in Bangkok. After a lovely lunch in Chinatown we caught a Tuk Tuk back to our apartment. We took the scenic route as the driver got lost.
Kacha Kacha Japanese Teppanyaki and Yakitori restaurant at Asiatique
Asiatique is a riverfront mall and shopping bazaar
Glenn enjoys some coconut juice at the air-conditioned JJ Mall, located near the Chatuchak Markets.
Chatuchak Weekend Markets are massive. If you see something make sure you buy as you’ll have trouble finding the store again, the place is like a rabbit warren.
Souvenirs from Chatuchak Markets
The girls enjoy some Häagen-Dazs ice cream
Kidzania. Children act out various careers and make money to spend in the souvenir shop. Mind you, you’d need to attend a few times to get enough money to buy anything.
This is the Captain speaking. I presume the auto-pilot is on.
View from our apartment showing the embassy of the Nederlands
We found a playground near our hotel – Lumphini Park. The park also had monitor lizards.
At the Suvarnabhumi airport, Bangkok, waiting for our flight back to Sydney