Friday, November 30, 2007
My View On Thai Shopping Malls
Transportation in Bangkok is quite easy.
A double decker bus in Bangkok
There are always vacant taxis and public buses around. The fares doesn't cost that much either.
In fact, I can even walk from my hotel to the closest shopping mall in less than 10 minutes.
Talking about shopping mall, the MBK Centre in Bangkok easily beats out any shopping malls in Brunei.
The design of the building is so futuristic and somehow, on my first glance, I almost thought I was in Korea.
The building is so big that I could stay inside shopping all day long, but the time was too short and most of the time, I have to wait for my mum and sister while they're busy choosing handbags and shoes.
I really hate it. And in the end, I'm the one to hold the plastic bags and the stuffs they bought. Real heavy! So there goes the men-have-to-always-work-for-girls-theory
That night, we had to resort to walking to Central World as it's just close by.
I have to say, Thai people drives recklessly.
They steps on the gas real hard everytime, making it hard for road passengers to cross the road. Anywhere can be a U-turn, and they keep yanking the horns everytime.
Back in Central World, there were some live bands outside the building and it seems that most of the Thais are enjoying their nightlife pretty good with 3 litres of Singha Beer on every table.
Besides the live band, I think most of the people there are enjoying Liverpool thrashing Newcastle on the two TV screens that time rather than listening to those people singing.
Man, how I wish I could stay in Bangkok longer. Especially if could shop in MBK 24-7.
:: Posted by DENCORPORATION at 6:51 PM