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BANGKOK TRAVEL DIARY: DAY 3



We decided to have some kind of "retreat" after 2 days of intense shopping and go for cafe-hopping instead on the 3rd day of our trip.

To my surprise, Bangkok is actually much more than just shopping and Thai food! There are actually A LOT of cafes in Bangkok to explore. We managed to visit 3 cafes, get some good Thai massage in a spa nearby, and spent our night in Asiatique.

BREKKIE ORGANIC CAFE
6/9 Soi Promsri Sukhumvit 39 Klongtan Neau Wattana Bangkok 
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Take a break & have a brekkie. 
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Many thanks to this girl right here for doing all the research on where to have a nice brunch / tea.
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This place just makes me feel so calm, relaxed and serene with the morning sunshine casting through the windows.
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We ordered an Acai bowl, and it was huge. It was my first time having an Acai bowl despite having been exposed to its photos for countless of times on Instagram. Do I like it? Yes! I actually enjoyed it a lot, and it was definitely a healthy and tasty option to kick-start a beautiful morning afresh.
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A peculiar looking cup of blue tea which was practically tasteless.


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Who loves the decoration like we do?
GRAM CAFE
1/F, 49 Terrace, Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok, Thailand


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Moving on, we had a satiable lunch at Gram cafe, which is just 10-15 minutes away from Brekkie Organic Cafe.
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Jestinna's Bacon Aglio Olio
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My Soft Shell Crab Burger. It was really delicious and I'm totally craving for it right this moment.
D’ARK
Piman 49 - Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
http://www.darkoffee.com/
After lunch, we walked to D'ARK Cafe (which was just a 5-min walk from Gram) for some dessert and coffee. By the way, they do serve main courses too!

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Weird-looking sorbet that we couldn't manage to finish.
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After that, we treated ourselves to an one-hour spa, which obviously made us feel much rejuvenated!
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Then, we Uber-ed the way to Asiatique. You can actually get there via BTS and then the boat, but at that juncture we were just too lazy to walk anymore. LOL.
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There are more than 40 restaurants in Asiatique, and of course, we opted for Thai food since it was already our last night in Bangkok!! 
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Seriously, I need to go back to Bangkok soon. I really can't emphasis enough how much I miss the heavenly Tomyam soup and Pandan Chicken!!
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Before we left, we stumbled upon a store that sells snacks and we were happy that we bought some popular local snacks (such as dried mango, Thai instant noodles, Thai Pocky, etc) home!! 
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