Saturday, June 23, 2012

Pathumwan Princess Hotel - Bangkok, Thailand (Part 3)


Less than an hour in Madame Tussauds, prior to crossing the busy road at about 7.30pm while the sky was still bright, yet I knew that darkness is gonna frighten me up, I over and over reminded myself that I must safely return to Pathumwan Princess Hotel Part 1. Crossing over, as I walked pass the countless road side food stalls, I was so close to packing some food. Nonetheless, out of fear I hesitated. To tell you the truth, I was quite panicky for some reason or rather. Food thought immediately ditched aside, I quickly continued walking until I didn't know where I was. Albeit earlier I was told by the travel agent that I should be able to walk back to Pathumwan Hotel from Siam Discovery in a jiffy, I did try though, I was lost. Panic attack again. My heart almost flew out. I had no choice but to ask around, thank you to those honest and genuine Thais who directed me. Oh-my,  what a relief once I noticed the hotel. Quickly, asap, I went up to my room, I sat on the bed to catch my breath. I had to calm myself down. Wasn't a great experience being on the streets of Bangkok alongside so many different characters. Alone. Scary actually. Dinner though still was playing hunger sparks on my mind. So, room service I thought will be the safe bet on my this first day in Bangkok. Within the next 10 minutes, my room bell rang. Set meal (around 350 THB) arrived. Spicy tom yam soup, green chicken curry, rice, birds eye chillies in Thai sauce and Thai pandan chiffon cake. 
Oh-so delicious. Tom yam soup with its quintessential bold Thai tastes. I slurped in, as well as drenched it over rice and ate.   
Next was the thick creamy green chicken curry. Succulent chicken pieces alongside sliced red chillies and some green birds eyes chillies in the said coconut and spices infused curry. Not as spicy as tom yam soup, but as good as it gets, again eaten alongside the steamed Thai fragrant rice.    


Thereafter, I had half a portion of the soft-spongy chiffon cake, frosted with cream. Super smooth, pandan scented and not overly sweet, chiffon cake lending an overall satisfaction to this set meal. To wash down, I drank the complimentary mineral water.  

I then showered and since its been an early day, furthermore, after all the walking I did while sightseeing, I really couldn't keep my eyes open. I immediately tucked into bed, prior to ensuring that all lights were on alert mode. First time sleeping alone in my entire 45 years. I think I did sleep for maybe 4 to 4 hours, next morning I was up by 5.30am for my Ayutthaya tour.

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7 comments:

  1. Happy new year again ms.nava k and have an awesome vacation day with family :)

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  2. ms.nava here i am, again.. i have made some post about you today check out my blog when you are free, have a nice day =D

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  3. hi nava, i love thai dishes too and they are really chili hot- the nuclear type... must dab sugar on my tongue, else cannot tahan :) but i kept eating cos they are delicious. the pandan cake looks yummy

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  4. A relaxing meal in a cozy room..
    that is really good..
    I gain 5kg when i was in BKK last week..

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  5. I love the spices in a good Thai meal especially tom yam. Not so keen on green curry coz of the coconut milk.

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  6. That soup looks absolutely delicious. It sounds like a great meal!

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  7. This hotel looks good, I must try it during my next visit.

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