does anyone knows where i can go in bangkok where they provide hair services (colouring, cut, etc) together with manicure and pedicure? cos i thot of trying out the hair salon over there and to save time, if they can do mani and pedi together, it would be even better! anyone can advise???
thanx! i will go n check it out when i go over later this month...prob will check out MBK first bah...and thanx for the note on checking out the products they use...hopefully i can get a good deal and good results!
Just to share a dish i tried at BBK. Anyone tried the "Zhu1 Jiao3 Fan4" chinese pork rice. Its berry delicious. The skin berry soft and tender not like SG soft cum hard and oily. You won't feel like "yee pig skin ah" instead eat more... Really oishi, and also try the last stall towards the extreme left the appetizer food i forgot the dish name but only a few dish but berry nice as well. The above is located at MBK food court 7th floor whereby you need to purchase food voucher. Please do try ya....
Anyone tried the beans there, also not bad they are shape after chilli, strawberry, very cute and colourful inside are green bean paste. Do buy and try cheap and nice.....
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I just came back from BK on Mon and since I benefitted from the rest of postings. Here are some stuff to share with u gals, I stayed in Novotel Siam. The other time I stayed at Pathuwan Princess so for those of u who are thinking btw this 2 hotels, here are some comparisions:
1) Good location (easy to travel to Chatuchak and MBK or Suan Luam)or even to other places
2) Very friendly staff
3) Room is small & cosy
1)The staff are not so efficient, can send wrong messages or give wrong rooms to customers
2) the room is not so clean compared to Pathuwan, especially the toilet
1) Big room and it is clean
2) Efficient staff
3) Links directly to MBK
1) Staff not so friendly
2) need to travel longer distance to go to Chatuchak or Suan Lum as need to change train
3) more expensive as it is 5*
I went to Chatuchak and Suan Luam, although it is super hot in Chatuchak, I still prefer it to Suan Luam. Got more things to shop for and it is lot cheaper than Suan Luam. Suan Luam is so boring, many shops still renovating or no variety in the things being sold. Anyway, if u are pressed for time, then I guess u can miss this place
hmm, they are renovating randomly, when I was there they were doing the 10th fl, u don't see anything going on as the place is still quite, no sound or dust. I stayed on the 13th fl but I understand they finished renovating the 14th fl.
U can actually request for a rm away from the renovation, if avaliable they will give u.
tos who are going Suan Lum Bazaar, do try the open food stall with the word 'SEAFOOD' above it which serve fresh, delicious & affordable seafood dishes. BTW if any1 stayin near Eastin/D'MA area, fyi there is a pad thai stall infront of 7-11 worth trying k
the fruit shaped made fr beans i tried b4! Bought fr MBK, not bad.
Act we also bought tos strawberries fr Chatuchak..wow so sweet!! Wonder this time go bkk still got anot.
i do like the food at Big C L4, esp. the Thai restaurant (got 2, the one w/ modern deco) Also the brownie at Mr Donut, soft & chocky.