Monday, August 24, 2015

4D3N Bangkok Trip 2015 - Part 2

So if you have missed the Part 1 of this series, you can click here to read.

As mentioned previously, I will be introducing this Night Market we have explored for the first time based on a friend’s recommendation who has been staying in Bangkok for more than 10 years.

Train Night Market Ratchada aka Talad Nud Rod Fai, located behind Esplanade Cineplex (easily assessable by MRT – Thailand Cultural Centre Station). Don’t be mistaken by the main Rod Fai Market which is located at Srinakarin Soi 51, behind Seacon Square Shopping Mall. Train Night Market Ratchada was opened earlier this year but already it is bustling with market goers, as it guarantees great food and a variety of night market shopping.

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Just chill with friends while waiting for the sun to set which promises a different kind of fun.

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The Train Night Market Ratchada runs from 5pm to 1am every Thursday through Sunday.

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If you are looking for a denim jeans or berms, this is the right place.

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Night falls and we see more people arriving at the market, where the food stalls are quickly being filled and businesses thrives.

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As tired legs brought us nearer to the section for drinks, we were easily drawn by the music and ambience around the area.

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Just look at the crowd.

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This is a place I will surely come back again when I visit Bangkok.

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In all our traveling log, we have never done a sponsored food review overseas before. So for the first time, all thanks to my fellow Daddy Blogger friend Eddie, we were introduced to Jacqueline and her unique Ping’s Thai Teochew Seafood Restaurant.

The main shop is located at Asoke and the new outlet is at Pathumwan Princess Hotel (level 2).

Led by the renowned Chef Saetia Hung Ping, who has more than half a century’s culinary skills to perfect Ping’s superior and naturally flavorful chicken broth as well as many unique dishes.

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For an hour or so, we were treated to the best meal on this trip, in fact in all our Bangkok trip.

Ping’s Braised Superior Special Shark’s Fin & Fish Maw

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Stir Fried Fish Maw with Tiger Prawn

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Braised Goose Web & Noodle in Clay Pot

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Succulent Jumbo River Prawn

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Fried Oyster Omelette on Sizzlling Hot Plate

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Thai Style Shrimp Cake

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Curry Crab in Thai Style

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Even the Ice Blended Coconut Drink and Coconut Jelly Dessert are superb!

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End of the meal, I was left dumbfounded. Where can I find such good food in Bangkok? =)

Thanks to Jacqueline and Ping’s for the amazing experience and treat!

For more information, check out the menu at Ping’s Restaurant Group.

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Time passes quickly when everything is enjoyable. Kless and I had one of the most relaxing trip by far to Bangkok. Damaged done for all the shopping. Had our fill of massages and great food.

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Topped with the best traveling companions, the GUos, I could not have asked for a better trip.

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Next trip to Korea!

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