If you love kawaii, unicorns, all things mermaid, stickers, and cute cafes like I do, this post might make you want to book a ticket to Bangkok impulsively. Please scroll down with extreme caution and remember to try your best to take it all easy, lolol.
First of all, many thanks to pinku.tai account on twitter for all the cute place suggestions! I was only looking forward to visit the famous Unicorn Cafe but because I was stalking this account especially during my vacation / work in Thailand, I got to discover a super cute store with the most unique name + got convinced to visit the Mermaid Castle I’ve seen from facebook posts. ^^
( And oh btw, if you’d like to backtrack and read my previous Thailand posts, just click this tag. )
🎀 Daddy & The Muscle Academy 💪
If you’d like to shop for clothes, accessories, stickers, and the like.. then Daddy & The Muscle Academy is a must-visit when you’re in BKK.
Location: Siam Square Soi 11 | Hours: 12am – 9PM everyday
[Click here for the Google Maps]
IG: Daddy_and_themuscleacademy | Facebook Page
stickwithme4ev stickers = 💗
Here’s what our 5-day adventure in Thailand looked like the analog way.
Enjoy the rawness of our moments!
Hi all! おはよう from Japan!
I have some free time this day so I want to sit down and start the Thailand Blog series already. Yay!
We booked our flights to Thailand 3 months ago. Since Aki is working at a company (his industry is really far from mine haha), he only has some days off during the year. For this summer vacation, we first thought of going to Hawaii / Okinawa. When we found out that Thailand would be waaaaaay more affordable, we decided to go for it! I was also going through a lot of transition that time so anything that’s more affordable was really favorable to me, haha!
VIDEO: Watch our Thailand VLOG here
VIDEO: Hobonichi With Me | Thailand Summer Trip!
Our flight for Bangkok was at 10:00 AM last August 26. Because many things happened that morning (we overlooked the email), Scoot didn’t allow us to check-in and board! We paid 30K JPY each for our one-way flight! (when you thought you saved more.. lol) ;_; We just missed 5 minutes of the check-in time…omg. We didn’t even have luggages to check-in. The reason we got few minutes late was that we had to go to the other terminal to get our wifi. 🙁
We even walked around for a bit in the airport (I went to Traveler’s Factory Narita & had the time of my life stamping my pages ahhh lol) after getting the wifi… because we thought we had more time. If only it was emphasized that passengers should check-in an hour before, we would’ve gone straight (I experienced checking-in maybe 40 minutes before with another LCC / low-cost carrier). Of course, it was our mistake but I was just soooo surprised that Scoot Narita airport staff was not very accommodating at all. Though they did talk to us that we should call the “main” Scoot or whatever (I consulted Scoot customer service via phone), it even took more of our time. :O Overall, I don’t think I would recommend Scoot anymore to anyone if you’re gonna fly from Narita. It was my first time to fly with them and if only they were more approachable / accommodating / helpful to clients like us who were in trouble, I would even admire them more. I also handle customer service through my shop / JLM Store and I know how it feels to be a customer who experiences a problem and is not being provided with solutions.
(Or should I say, sawadee ka? Hihi)
If you’ve been following me through social media, you would know I’ve been in Thailand for a couple of days right now with Aki. Today is actually our last full day. cries
It’s my first time to go here and Bangkok really surprised me! I cannot wait to share stories about our trip! If you are looking for an Asian country to visit (and you’re living at the western side of the world), I really recommend Thailand before you visit Philippines / Indonesia / Singapore / another South-east Asian country if these countries are a little bit far from you.