Day four: Pattaya to Bangkok by bus
Did some shopping all afternoon and had dinner at Khao San Road - a popular tourist area. At night, we went to Lebua state tower to have a few drinks at Sirocco sky bar. Other than the beautiful city view from the 64th floor, the place was overrated, drinks were expensive and it was very crowded even on weekdays
18 May 2016
Day three : Huahin to Pattaya
This time we booked our car from Bangkok taxi service. The trip took about 4 hours.
After checked in to Pattaya Discovery Chic Beach Hotel, we went to see Tiffany show. Got cheap tickets from hotels2thailand.com
17 May 2016
On the evening, we went to one of the shopping mall called the market village but there was nothing interesting so then we decided to go to huahin night market.
There we had some seafood and bought some cheap souvenirs and clothes, ate some seafood. The lobster was fresh and delicious
Last stop was the venezia - another mini theme park. There you can ride a gondola, mini train or visit the upside down house. It doesn't look anywhere close like Venice and if you have ever been to The venetian hotel in Macau, it cannot be compared. Not worth visiting. Still we had some fun in the 3D art museum there.
Third stop was the Plearnwan vintage shopping mall. We had our lunch here and tried some thai snack like the thai mini crepes. I recommend to try the shaved ice with variety of toppings and syrups of your own choice
Second stop was the swiss sheep farm; here you can find more cute photo spots than the sheeps themselves. Entrance ticket cost 120THB for adult
Day two : Bangkok to Hua hin
We used Mr Yo taxi service to get us to Huahin. Mr. Em (our driver) was very nice. He showed us around a few places of interest along the way from Bangkok. The drive took about 2.5 hours while we all sat comfortably in his SUV car.
Our first stop was Santorini Park. It is basically a mini theme park which is, to be honest, doesn't look like the real Santorini. The buildings look more like little venezia in Mykonos island.
16 May 2016
Our first food - steamed fish, deep fried prawn, fried rice and some veggies. Cost about 800 THB. The fish and the prawn tasted good but the fried rice was a disappointment.
Strolling along the area, there were many food stalls that sell oyster omelet, fried kwetiauw, bbq pork on rice and many more. The prices were relatively cheap but the hygiene was questionable 😅
Arrived in Bangkok at about 10 pm. After checking in Ibis Siam Hotel, we decided to go to china town (Yaowarat Rd) since it was quite late in the evening