Landing at the Capital: Bangkok

Next on our agenda after the relaxing Phuket was the bustling city of Bangkok! We didn’t have much time to explore the city, and as much as we wanted to go ride elephants and visit floating markets, we couldn’t decide on which one to do first! So, we picked the one thing all three of us wanted to do for the only afternoon we had there- SHOP! Yup, that’s right. This trip equates our Bangkok to Siam Paragon, our favorite mall in the city!

Can you guess which bag belongs to whom? There are four bags but only three girls… who packed the most? teehee.

On our shopping day, I wore a simple breezy sleeveless top and skirt combo, and made it interesting with the mix of textures and prints. I’m particularly loving the sequins against fur combination! Totally going to do more of this when winter hits (flying to HK this December, whoo hoo!)

Despite having little time to go around, we bloggers still do what we have to do- take photos!

When we arrived at the city, we were greeted by beautiful Thai dancers performing a traditional cultural number. I loved the dance and the costumes so much that I had to steal these sandals from Camille the next day. They look like they’re inspired by the costumes- yes?

We had one of the best meals of our trip at Manna restaurant in Siam Paragon. We ordered soooo much! For three skinny girls, we sure do eat a lot! I can still taste the goodness of these dishes! Manna was awarded best restaurant a number of times by the city’s Tatler. Amazing food is one thing we will surely miss about Thailand.

I really had an amazing time during this short but sweet trip with my Blogger Besties. Hoping to have a lot more to come, and hoping you enjoyed reading about our trip through photos!

Mink Pink top and Motel Rocks skirt from Market HQ, Dresstronomy bag, Topshop sandals

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59 Responses to Landing at the Capital: Bangkok

  1. Ren says:

    Imo sad binisayaan sila Laureen ug Camille?

  2. Ruth Jimenez says:

    I think you all shared on the last bag, haha!

  3. kier says:

    your outfit hir is simple but…… classy.. love it!

  4. hi kryz.
    good thing you had the same size like Camille’s 😀 you can share everything, siguro nu?
    at sino ung may-ari ng dalawang luggages? 😀 haha

  5. Joy says:

    Im guessing camille co overpacked!!! :))))

  6. Eunice says:

    Hi Miss Kryz Uy! I so love your outfit here, plus you’re very pretty too x) Continue posting lovely pics <3

  7. Ah, I think Lauren packed the most? haha :)

    Lovely sandals Miss Kryz! I agree they must be inspired from the costumes of the Thai dancers. :>

    Ericka of

  8. Melissa says:

    I like that skirt!

    <3 Melissa

  9. Beverly says:

    what camera did you use in taking these beautiful photos kryz?

  10. Patrice Aliman says:

    I’m pretty much sure it’s Laureen who packed the most. I know that’s her Furla bag on the left, the one on top of the luggage. And I think that’s her bag too behind your luggage. Hah. I think I saw that bag on her blog too many times already. lol. Correct? :)
    Anyway, I looooove the whole outfit! Very Kryz Uy 😉

  11. mel says:

    Hi Kryz… Just wondering what’s the size of the Motel Becka skirt you’re wearing? love this outfit – and saw it again on your gangnam video haha!

  12. Emelyn Joy says:

    I like the outfit!! Very simple, yet elegant. Love you’re photos also. Oh, by the way you’re a ballerina pala. Kaya pala ganda ng figure mo. Heheheh, keep inspiring us! God Bless!

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