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Bangkok: KL LCCT, Don Muang Airport, Raining @ Nana

Bangkok: KL LCCT, Don Muang Airport, Raining @ Nana – 2 weeks ago, I went on a short trip to Bangkok, one of my favourite destination in South East Asia. There’s a very unfavourable moment happened on that trip – I had diarrhoea! I was very well until the day before I leave Bangkok, then the I started to head to the washroom very often until no medicine can stop it. That really ruined my last day at Bangkok. Well, this does cause some phobia to me, because the last time I went to Hatyai, I also had diarrhoea after I came home. I suspected it’s the sausage bought from the convenience stall was the source of the sickness as it’s me and brother had it and we two had diarrhoea. Haha. Anyway, Bangkok is still fine for me, I will visit again in the future!
Charging phone @ LCCT, Kuala Lumpur.
Waiting @ LCCT, Kuala Lumpur.
Let’s not talk about that sad thing first and share something interesting about the trip. I took AirAsia from Kuala Lumpur and it’s my first time flying to Don Muang Airport. It was Suvarnabhumi International Airport all the while, but this year, AirAsia had changed to an older airport. No more of luxurious welcome anymore. Don Muang Airport is really old, but at least it’s very clean.
The old Don Muang Airport @ Bangkok.
Queuing for cab just outside of Don Muang Airport. You know, meter cab is cheap in Bangkok!
Wet day in Bangkok.
Somewhere in Nana, Bangkok.

Rush hour in the BTS train.
Without much hesitation, we took the cab, headed to the hotel, checked in and headed to Nana, a place you can find many Arabic restaurant and also tailor shop runs by Indian/Myammar/Banglah, they are just not pure Thai. My brother wanted to custom-made shirt, that’s why we went there. He said tailor is cheap and quality in Thai, I don’t really know but he made shirt at 1500 baht/shirt, what do you think?
After settling with the tailor, we took the BTS from Nana Station and headed to Asok Station, it’s just a stop away where the theme-shopping mall – Terminal 21 is!
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Nick is an interior designer and tech enthusiast based in Penang, Malaysia who constantly exploring places, indulges great food, discovering good design and is a shutterbug. Nick usually writes about Penang, happenings, travel, food, design and personal thoughts.

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