Showing posts with label Shopping. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Shopping. Show all posts

Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Bangkok Tour Guide

Are you new in Bangkok and searching for a tour guide?

I am available for singles or small groups

Hi, I am Peter and I live in Bangkok for many years already. I can show you places you have seen never before !

Do you like shopping, temples and/or the buzzing nightlife?

I'm available for 2.500 Bath daily p.p.*

and I speak several languages. 

You can email me or reach me on LINE

Tell me your wishes in a mail.

It is possible to visit me in my office in Udomsuk, Bangkok

to discuss your traveling desires in person !

I can also pick you up at your hotel !!

Ok, see you around, have a nice time !


Line ID = peter.bangkok

(*exclusive of BTS and Taxis)

Payments should be done in advance to my bank account, thank you !

Booking your Flight, Hotel or Resort now 

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Singapore offers a perfect place to make a winter escape

Its warm weather, sea breeze and fresh air make Singapore an ideal getaway for mainlanders fleeing the cold

The beauty of Singapore is that one can see all the country has to offer during a visit that is short and sweet. Its warm weather, sea breeze and fresh air easily make Singapore an ideal getaway for mainlanders, especially in winter, when many Chinese cities struggle with the cold or even smog.

On a recent three-day trip to Singapore, we go on a shopping spree and binge on food that is cheap and cheerful. We see glistening skyscrapers sitting next to each other along the riverside, while basking in the shade of lush plants in the botanic garden.

We sip coffee at a local cafe and enjoy the night life in a local bar.

Indeed, all these elements are rolled into this compact yet neat land that accounts for less than 5 percent of China's capital Beijing, the place we come from.

As a food aficionado, my first highlight comes when I enter the Tiong Bahru Market, whose second floor is a food court, which is ringed with assorted independent food stalls.

"There are many places like this, but this one offers authentic local cuisine," says Candy Yat, our tour guide.

"Also, the food here is cheaper than at some of its counterparts," says Yat.

The place is filled with restaurants, which offer dishes like oyster omelet, steamed rice cakes topped with preserved radish, braised noodles, and assorted dim sum stuffed with sticky rice or green beans.

Most of the dishes we order are priced between $1-3.
The Cheng Tng (clear soup) is one thing you must try. Don't be fooled by the somewhat tedious dark brown look of the soupy dessert, as all the treats are at the bottom. The soup is sweet but not cloying.

Saturday, 29 August 2015

Chatrium Residence Sathon #Bangkok

With landscaped grounds, Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok offers cozy, affordable suites overlooking a peaceful neighborhood. Amenities include a landscaped pool, fitness center and free parking.
 A free scheduled shuttle goes to Chong Nonsi BTS Skytrain Station.
 Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok provides elegantly furnished accommodations with spacious interiors. It features a full kitchen, balcony and free Wi-Fi access.
 Energise at the fitness center and at the on-site golf driving range, or recharge with relaxing massages at the Green Leaf Spa. The outdoor free-form pool features a whirlpool. The residence also has 2 playgrounds for younger guests.
 After a day of work or sightseeing, enjoy delicious Japanese cuisine at Ochoko Restaurant or sample Mediterranean cuisine at Albricias. Guests can also enjoy refreshing drinks at the pool bar or in the lobby. Room service is available.
 Sathorn is a great choice for travelers interested in Culture, Sightseeing and Temples.

Friday, 22 August 2014

New Rules Destroy Tourism in Bangkok

Street resistance: Vendors say new sidewalk rules hurt business

Contrary to official reports, vendors are resisting orders to clear the streets and make way for pedestrians.

On a field trip with a city official to check out street stalls between sois Ramkhamhaeng 17 and 65, members of the media saw many not complying with orders to operate only at night.

Intended as a dog-and-pony show to show the success of the new street rules, the tour found a small portion street vendors have followed the new rules. Only 30 of 207, admitted tour leader Wanlop Suwandee, chief adviser to the Bangkok governor’s office.

Visits were also made to stretches of Sukhumvit Road and areas in Khlong Toey and Watthana districts, where Wanlop claimed more vendors are following the request to only operate from 7pm to midnight.
Some vendors, such as one near Soi Nana, told the Bangkok Post, she’s been there for over 20 years, and although she was willing to comply with the rules, said it would ruin her business as most evening visitors in the area were not there for shopping.

She said she’ll petition junta officials for help should the policy negatively affect her business.

Sourse:  @CoconutsBKK

Monday, 21 July 2014

Chinatown Yaowarat, #Bangkok

Chinatown is located in one of the oldest areas of Bangkok.
It represents the resettlement of Chinese on the Western bank of Chao Phraya river
after Rama I moved the capital of the kingdom from Thonburi to Rattanakosin.
From there Chinese traders operated maritime junk trade between (Siam)
and China throughout the Rattanakosin period. By the end of 1891,

 King Rama V had ordered the construction of many roads,
including Yaowarat Road. Chinatown does not consist of only Yaowarat Road,
but also includes others such as: Charoen Krung Road, Mungkorn Road,
Songwat Road, Songsawat Road, Chakkrawat Road, etc.

Yaowarat’s Sam Peng Market is the center of the area.
The path of the road is said to resemble a dragon’s curvy body,
making it an auspicious location for business. There are many shops selling gold,
garments, textiles, stationery, souvenirs, second-hand parts
and equipment, electric goods, computer parts, antiques,
imported musical instruments and local delicacies.

 Land prices around Yaowarat Road have always been one of the most expensive
in Bangkok and Thailand due to limited land which is mostly owned
by prominent Thai-Chinese families who are often leaders
in their respective industries.

Yaowarat Road  in Samphanthawong district is home to Bangkok’s Chinatown,
which is centred on Sam Pheng Lane. Chinatown’s Sam Pheng Market
is an old business centre noted for a post-WW II visit
by the young king Ananda Mahidol. Modern Chinatown now covers a large area
around Yaowarat and Charoen Krung Road.

 There are many small streets and alleys full of shops
and vendors selling all types of goods. It has been the main centre for trading
by the Chinese community since they moved from their old
site some 200 years ago to make way for the construction
of Wat Phra Kaew, the Grand Palace.

Nearby is the Phahurat or Indian market, and the area is bordered
by the Chao Phraya River to the south. Yaowarat Road is also well known for
its sheer variety of food, and at night turns into a large “food street”
that draws tourists and locals from all over the city.


Thursday, 12 December 2013

BONOFA + CUBE7 = Success

BONOFA + CUBE7 = Success - Coming to Thailand

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Sunday, 22 September 2013

"Go4Qualty Network" go Connect the World.

"Go4Qualty Network" go Connect the World.
SHOPPING STORE: Launch very soon worlds biggest site.


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