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Bangkok: Shopping At MBK Center

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Bangkok Trip: Shopping At MBK Center (Day 2) – Bangkok is actually a shopping haven for girls or shopaholic as there’s many good bargain as well as big shopping malls. Many of their shopping malls are very quality and nice. There’s one famous shopping mall in the city centre of Bangkok that I’ve visited and that is the MBK Centre.

MBK Center, also known as Mahboonkrong, is very popular among tourists and the locals too. I went there after visited Chatuchak Weekend Market.

But before heading the MBK Centre, I went to eat pineapple fried rice and a bottle of Coke. Coke in a glass bottle feels so old-school. The pineapple fried rice was so-so only, so there’s nothing much to talk about the restaurant. Coke was awesome though. =D

Bangkok: Shopping At MBK Center

Traveling to MBK from New Petchburi area takes about 10 minutes, we took a cab to reach there and it costs us 100Baht again. The taxi just didn’t want to turn on the taxi, so no choice man.

Some little facts about MBK is that it’s opened in 1985 and has more than 2000 stores, including  4-stody Tokyu departmental store, restaurants and entertainment. I saw many Thai youth were hanging around and shopping in the mall.

It’s like our Berjaya Times Square to us. Haha. Afterall, it was boring to me, mom and Hueisean bought some stuffs there though. =D


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