The ever bustling capital of Thailand has turned into a second home for me, but the city is developing and changing so fast, so there’s always something new to discover (as can be seen here too). The Chatuchak Weekend Market has been an attraction for years, but nearby JJ Green Night Market has become very popular recently with its cool bars and vintage shops (hipster alarm!). Generally, Bangkok feels like a giant market in itself – there’s food and all kinds of useful and useless things to buy everywhere at any time. There’s so much to eat, see and do that it never bores me. The exploring never ends!
Food courts are such exciting places. This one at Chatuchak is no exception!
Clothes, clothes, clothes at Chatuchak Weekend market!
Vintage and lots of creative stuff is going on at JJ Green…
Thai people love their amulets and can spend hours looking at them!
Of course a Bangkok post would’t be complete without any food porn 🙂 Thinking back of the juicy duck and boiling hot pot goodness at MK, mmm..
A popular Thai dessert comes with lots of ice, water chestnuts and coconut milk – super refreshing for hot days!
Wan Tan Noodle Soup – my first and last meal in Bangkok ❤️
Delicious food and lovely company at the Japanese Izakaya Nagiya!