Chatuchak Weekend Market is probably the most famous market in Bangkok, and one of the biggest in the world. Being in the city for the first time, I had to see it for myself. I was not disappointed.
A little bit of everything.
There’s literally a bit of everything offered at Chatuchak, and wow it was quite impossible for us to finish exploring the entire space. From snacks, spices, bags, clothes, candles, soaps, to souvenirs… Omg you name it, and they probably have it!
I don’t even think I was able to fully capture the vibrancy of the market, but please enjoy the series of photos because I think this is the best way to summarise my time there. Scroll away! Continue reading
Any bustling city like Copenhagen has more than enough to offer its visitors, which is why I barely did any research for our itinerary before heading there. If you’re way more organised and need some inspiration for your trip, see what I accomplished with my 36 hours in Copenhagen!
Here is how we spent 36 hours in Copenhagen!
Type in “Copenhagen” into Google and you’ll find endless pictures of Nyhavn Harbour. It’s the most iconic sight in the city, and almost every postcard I saw there had that same design of the harbour on it.
If it’s your first time at Copenhagen, Nyhavn Harbour is a must-see!
If you want to get a bird’s eye view of Bergen, you should head up Mt. Fløyen (320 metres above sea level), which is only 8 minutes away on the Fløibanen funicular.
Mt. Fløyen is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Bergen, and was one of the top recommendations we got at the tourism office. I suppose you understand why when you find yourself at the peak.