35 more days, and 40 more days to Kuala Lumpur trip. Yes, I finally booked the flight ticket and I’m not sure how I’m gonna break the news to my mom. Another solo trip yet again, and I’m pretty sure I will cry once or twice during this trip. HAHAHA I shed tears in every territory I go. Lol
Anyway I’m gonna talk about Bangkok. Landed in Bangkok at 12am (Bangkok time, so it was about 1am Singapore time). I was soooooooo damn tired and I am sure every passengers felt the same. As usual, I waited for the plane to be almost emptied before I lifted my butt to leave.
And the sight at the custom was horrible.
By the way I landed at Don Muang airport, not Suvarnabhumi. There, you see absolute no queue system or whatsoever, just people pushing each other, trying to get to the front. Anticipated that it was going to take me an hour or so to clear the custom, I went to pee first. And luckily I peed because it took me 3 hours to clear. And I almost broke into a fight with a group of idiotic people who tried to fucking cut my queue. DON’T YOU TRY.
Needless to say, I was knackered as fuck when I finally arrived at my hotel at (close to) 4am (5am Singapore time). But I got a complimentary upgrade! Met up with Far the next time, and we went to Ocean World and Dusit Zoo.
I was having the time of my life at Ocean World. And I think people also find me weird. Far told me “I was walking behind you so I could see the reaction from the people.” Great. “Weird Singaporean saying hello to all the fishes in Bangkok”, I could really be famous.
Anyway, off we went to Dusit Zoo. This zoo is sad. It looks like no one gives a fuck about these animals, about the habitat where they are living in. Muddy water, rusty cage, stained glass. Sad. Oh but I didn’t know giraffes are actually that huge.
I did nothing much the next day, strolling along Siam, chilling in a cafe alone (because Far’s flight was a day earlier than mine). Okay not a bad life.
That was about it. What an interesting trip huh and I say this after every trip – SO DAMN HAPPY TO BE BACK IN SINGAPORE.