Day One in Bangkok@Grand Mercure Hotel & Central Plaza, Bangkok

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informazioni levitra 20 mg Hurrah! Short haul flights are great when your entertainment device fails to function…tsk tsk tsk, MH. Managed to get a view of these structured paddy field linings which were rather breathtaking from up here. image The food quality level also, my personal first impression..dropped. The food was really quite average, although I would say it was rather healthy.

get link image My place to close my eyes for the next 2 days. The Grand Mercure Hotel is located just next door to my affiliate office here. The great thing is that the hotel and its rooms seemed like they were recently refurbished.

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go After wrapping up with work, I took a stroll via the underground tunnel to Central Plaza for dinner. image I took a stroll at the resident grocery store and bought ome groceries to bring home. For those who know me..unique flavoured and distinct locally produced chips are a must-explore for me!

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go There were TONS of japanese eateries located in Central Plaza, Bangkok. I walked around and surveyed until I came to a point of realization that there isn’t much differentiation from one to another, thus I used the “pasar” way to make my choice : 1) packed restaurant 2) packed with local Thais.

So I went with this ramen restaurant found on the 7th floor, being curious myself towards the taste and flavour of Thai inspired ramen.


I guess for only RM 8, this Thai inspired ramen was pretty alright. The porky broth was quite flavourful and spicy despite its bland brownish looking colour. I regretted splashing in giant spoonfuls of chilli flakes before testing the broth out.

The pork slices well…were average also. Normal and nothing to shout about.


Needless to say, for the price of RM8, you won’t be getting Jap made noodles, and instead…Nissin/instant noodles haha.

Oh well, a bowl of ramen for the price of RM 8, it is probably hard to find too in any malls in the Klang Valley. Perhaps, its taste and price suits to likings of the locals here, otherwise it would not be packed.


It didn’t take me long to finish up my dinner. I guess eating alone in a restaurant with constant flow of customers and queue outside tends to speed up your eating.

As it was only 8pm, I thought it’d be fun to just watch a movie and reminisce the memories of my movie days during my stay here for the holidays years back.

See those brightly lited plastic chandeliers up ahead with plush cushion seats? The area is reserved for the “privilege” members, much like the business class lounge. I, on the other hand, sat at this far corner, on cold and hard metal seat while waiting for my movie to begin.


As I love watching trailers, I would always be sitting in the hall early. Thinking that this flow was universal, I did the same here too…only to realise that it was much more different.

The hall was empty still past 10minutes from 8.20pm, and for once I actually wished there were people around me as it got a little creepy being in the dark in total silence.

Thankfully, the screen started showing and what I’ve learnt is that trailers are hardly shown. They played their local adverts for a good 30minutes long, and my sleepiness started kicking in. Although, some ads were quite funny despite not understanding their language.

Other than that, their screens, cinemas and sound system are a notch better in class and quality compared to the ones we have in Malaysia. But the price per ticket was expensive! RM is 16 for a movie…phuar… life surely is getting tougher for everyone in this world.

Twas a fun night exploring the mall myself and I crashed soon after I reached back to the hotel. Busy day ahead!