Day 3: Bangkok, Thailand

October 16, 2016

Guess who’s birthday it is??! πŸ™‹πŸ»πŸ™‹πŸ» Yup! It’s me! Yayyyy! Since it’s my birthday (and Sunday) we went first to the Holy Redeemer Church in Pratunam to attend a mass then head off to Siam Paragon Mall for Madame Tussauds woooo! Ofcourse, we ate our lunch first in the food hall of the mall where you’ll have to buy a card to be able to buy meals from its stalls. They offer both international and thai cuisines. And sorry because I forgot how much each card costs but it’s like some load card and you have to return it to the counter after or no. It’s your choice. Okay, let’s get in to the most exciting part, the *drum rolls* MADAME TUSSAUDS!!!! I’ve been wanting to visit it since forever and have a picture with my babies (One Direction) even if it’s just their wax figures, it feels like it’s the real one! I saw Queen Elizabeth, Princess Diana, Obama, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Mario Maurer, Mark Zuckerberg, Beethoven, Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Oprah, The Beatles, One Direction and more wax figures! But when I saw One Direction’s wax figure, I couldn’t take my eyes away from them. It’s like they are THE REAL ONE DIRECTION. I swear I could take them to the airport and bring them home. I hugged each one of them and touched their faces and imagined what would I do if I meet the real one? Omg! I can already die. 😱 My mom, tita and tito are making fun of me because I was fangirling so much. I couldn’t help it! After all of that, I said goodbye to them even though it was the hardest thing to do, we went to our hotel and shop a little before it is our time to have dinner at the White Orchid Dinner Cruise. The view from the cruise was splendid. You will see so many beautiful temples, buildings and you’ll get to pass by the Rama VIII Bridge which is the most beautiful thing for me in Bangkok except for the Grand Temple and Emerald Buddha which I didn’t get to visit because the king died and they aren’t allowing people to visit the temple. However, the cruise was so amazing! The food was delicious but I am that impressed because for me it’s just some simple food you’ll get to eat from restaurants. Nothing special but still the experience was astonishing. The cruise took about 2 hours. And we head back to our hotel. To recharge from all that adventures (and fangirling).

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