Trell
Discover and Explore!
Download App and Begin Trelling!
/That's it
  • In The City Of Angels 👼

    Supriya Gowda
    617  Likes 9609  Views
    SWIPE
  • Bangkok
    Bangkok
    A 3 days trip with fam. 👪
    Bangkok or Krung Thep, “City of Angels”, is loved for the vibrant and urban big city with all its life, delicious street food, green and lush parks, a network of rivers, amazing shopping, some of the biggest markets in the world, and of course, its friendly people.
  • Suvarnabhumi Airport
    Suvarnabhumi Airport
    Numerous magnificent temples 🏯
    We landed at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport at 9 am. As we walked outside, the first thing i noticed is the wall of humidity. Thankfully our car had air-conditioning. It took us about 45 min. to reach Hotel Muse where we had our reservations.
  • Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan - MGallery Collection
    Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan - MGallery Collection
    A rejuvenating Thai massage 💆
    Hotel Muse is a cool and unique boutique hotel, perfectly located in the center of Bangkok! We checked into our rooms, dropped our luggage and headed for a traditional Thai massage. One is never far from one whilst in Bangkok, and it is the perfect way to unwind.
  • Chao Phraya
    Chao Phraya
    The area along the river bank. 👌
    After breakfast (at a street stall) we took the sky train to Saphan Taksin and then a ferry from Central Pier station on the Chao Phraya river. The rivers and canals are the heart of Bangkok, and it`s cross-river ferries are still the main transportation for the locals.
  • The Grand Palace
    The Grand Palace
    Be properly dressed for temples ✔
    Let the tour begin! The former home of the monarch, the Grand Palace is an architectural wonder. The grounds contain more than 100 buildings, all beautifully decorated with gold & diamonds in different colours in old-Bangkok style.
  • Wat Pho
    Wat Pho
    The beautiful statues in courtyard!
    From Grand Palace, walk (about 10 minutes) to reach Wat Pho – the gigantic reclining Buddha is beautiful covered in gold leaf & mother-of-pearl ornaments. It also contains four chapels with a long line of golden Buddhas from all over Thailand sitting in lotus position.
  • Wat Arun
    Wat Arun
    Amazingly beautiful construction 🙌
    This is my favourite temple in Bangkok. In the middle of this temple lays its most prominent feature, a 82 m high beautifully decorated Khmer-style tower where you can walk up the steep stairs and admire the view of Bangkok and its rivers. Ah, I love this temple!
  • Thipsamai
    Thipsamai
    Best orange juice tasted ever! 🍊Full of flavors! 👌
    After all the walking & sightseeing we were definitely starving! From Wat Aron, we took the cross-river ferry back & grabbed a tuk-tuk to Thip Samai, a small restaurant that served one of the best Pad Thai in Bangkok! It also has the most delicious freshly squeezed orange juice.
  • Chinatown Tour
    Chinatown Tour
    The life on the streets! 😺
    After this delicious Pad Thai & orange juice, our energy was back & it was time to head onto the famous & vibrant China town that is located by the river. We walked through the narrow streets & beautiful buildings in China Town, tasted Chinese green tea & admired the local life.
  • Chinatown Tour
    Chinatown Tour
    The life on the streets! 😺
    After this delicious Pad Thai & orange juice, our energy was back & it was time to head onto the famous & vibrant China town that is located by the river. We walked through the narrow streets & beautiful buildings in China Town, tasted Chinese green tea & admired the local life.
  • Khao San Road Night Market
    Khao San Road Night Market
    Ice cold Chang Beer 🍺
    Kao San Road is a crazy street packed with partying people, street food & street stalls selling clothes & souvenirs. Stroll around among the many shopping stalls selling everything from strange Thai snacks like barbecued insects to hand painted t-shirts.
  • Nakorn Romklao Central Market
    Nakorn Romklao Central Market
    Shoes are what i am in Bankok for😂
    After all the sightseeing & temples of day 1, today was the time to dig out dad's credit cards & go shopping bonanza for shoes,shoes and shoes mainly. Bangkok has the best shoes in budget.
  • Siam Paragon
    Siam Paragon
    Look! I found NEMO 🐠
    Siam was another shopping bonanza and i loved it. Siam Paragon has South East Asia´s biggest aquarium, Siam Ocean World at base level. This was such a great aquativ experience!
  • Kalpapruek
    Kalpapruek
    The Mango Bingo smoothie ❤
    Oh boy, we were really tired & hungry from all this shopping!So we sat down for a lunch break at Kalpapruek, Central World. With its nice & relaxed atmosphere, tasty and reasonably priced Thai food, delicious smoothies, and super tasty cakes, it was a great place.
  • Jim Thompson House
    Jim Thompson House
    Fascinating story! 😵
    After some more shopping in these fancy & super big shopping malls, we took a detour from modern Bangkok to explore a bit of its history. The Jim Thompson House is kind of like a museum .The story of Jim Thompson is a fascinating one, & quite a mystery too!
  • Jim Thompson House
    Jim Thompson House
    The process of making silk threads
    His lovely house & garden is now a museum, and is well worth a visit! A guided tour around the garden and house, as well as a demonstration of how Thai silk is made, is included in the ticket. The house also has a silk shop for beautiful gifts and souvenirs.
  • Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan - MGallery Collection
    Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan - MGallery Collection
    Unexpected rain in the morning ⛅
    After two intense days packed with sightseeing and shopping, it was time to wind down and spend the morning soaking up some sun by the pool. But it ended up raining and we stayed indoors. After this laid-back start of the day, we headed out to discover the Silom area of Bangkok.
  • Somtum Der
    Somtum Der
    Authentic Thai Food & Martinis 🍜
    We started our Silom exploration with lunch at Sortum Der, a restaurant that serves delicious freshly made authentic Thai food. We had Bangkok’s best Som Tam (Papaya salad) here. It is an affordable, friendly place with great atmosphere & tasty Martinis.
  • Lumphini
    Lumphini
    Beautifully maintained ✔
    After some delicious Thai food for lunch, it was time to burn off those calories & lay down in the park for a siesta. Lumphini park, Bangkok’s green lung, and biggest park is loved by both its inhabitants and visitors. We loved it too!
  • Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan - MGallery Collection
    Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan - MGallery Collection
    What a beauty! ✨
    We decided to top off our three days Bangkok visit with some fancy drinks at a rooftop bar back at Hotel Muse. Let the wind blow through your hair while you admire the magnificent view of Bangkok`s skyline!

  • 617 Likes

    2 Comments

    Share Trail
    Powered by Trell
Go Fullscreen

Switch to fullscreen for a better experience

Open in App Open in App open_in_new
Discover and Explore!