My disappointment quickly vanished when I entered this rather interesting event.
A colorful tarp teased me of several awesome offerings to come.
Videos showcasing an array of beautiful spots in Thailand played non-stop.
Without a doubt, they truly provided the perfect backdrop to those who were interested to know more about Thailand.
What is a travel fair without a host of travel agents, right? Several of them were quick to give free brochures and pamphlets to interested visitors.
This talented guy seemed to be the brains behind all the wonderful floral arrangements at the fair.
Simplicity in nature. Effortless beauty. I felt these two idyllic concepts rallying behind all the spectacle around me.
If not for the long queue, I would have treated myself to this refreshing Thai massage. Truth is, I favor this technique over the other types, because it is the only one that truly takes all my stress away.
To be honest, I haven’t really thought of visiting Thailand before. Although I have loved ones and friends who have been there, I wasn’t particularly lured to pay a visit.
Phra Nakhon Si Ayatthaya Historical Park.
Sumptuous Thai Cuisine.
Khon or Thai Classical Masked Dance.
Thai Boxing (Muai Thai).
Thakha Floating Market, Samut Songkhram.
Thai Iced Coffee (Php 70). Flavorful and sweet. Coffee just the way I like it. Although Tutapel was asking for a sip, we used all our might to distract him. After all, he’s just 2 years and 10 months! He should strictly be caffeine-free for a long while, if you ask me. But the adults surely indulged in this caffeine-boost of a drink as much as we wanted.
Gai Hor Bai Toey (Php 240). For me, Thai meal won’t really be complete without chicken in pandan leaves. Although the Jatujak version didn’t really stand out from the other ones I’ve had before, eating this dish is always a welcome reprieve from the mundane, daily eating routine. The process of unwrapping the chicken, is in itself a test of patience; but, in the end it has proven itself to be worth all the energy and the wait.