Cultural Museum In BANGKOK Thailand
An interesting museum that shines light on Portugal’s involvement here in Thailand back in the 17th and 18th centuries. They also serve tasty coffee.
Despair the owner she turned the second floor of her house to be a museum and give people some simple idea how they put the kids come over about to Thailand and how they like change Thai people how they get into our culture. This is like what Portuguese people in the first generation how they look like then after that they’ve been leaving Thailand meet somebody Thai – Chinese then they will come here as a Siam like Portuguese to Siam doesn’t mix but the interesting things about here like on that time they didn’t touch this part of Africa yet so when people will come to southeast Asia they have to go all this stop in India then where they go to Chile and then they go to Thailand.
Bangkok, Thailand has some of the most epic shopping anywhere on earth. Many of these massive mall complexes would put their counterparts in Europe or North America to shame. The Holy Grail of Bangkok shopping is IconSiam. This is a newly built architectural masterpiece located right on the east side of the Chao Praya river across from central Bangkok. It has anything and everything that you could think of. Whether you’re looking to purchase something from a luxury brand like Gucci, Chanel, Fendi, Rolex, etc. or simply want a basic Tee from Uniqlo, this place has it all. You can even buy a Ferrari right in the mall if you’re looking to spend some serious coin. There’s also an epic food court on the ground level of IconSiam which features all sorts of tasty Thai treats that you can get at street food prices. One thing that’s actually quite common across many Bangkok shopping centres is to have at least one or two food courts that act more like Thai markets than they do a typical eating area. The food in these areas are both tasty and cheap. The reason that these exist is because the developers or owners of these massive shopping complexes want to drive as much foot traffic as possible inside of their real estate. So, they give significant rent breaks to the vendors that would normally have to compete for space in an outdoor market. What ends up happening is that residents find a specific vendor or restaurant that they like, and make it a weekly routine to go and enjoy some food from that specific location, inside of whatever mall it exists in. The food courts inside of these malls actually become attractions on their own, resulting in more foot traffic inside of the mall.