Trip to Bangkok flying in Qatar Airways Dreamliner & A380 Business Class
Last month, Mike and I traveled to Bangkok where we spent four nights exploring the city. Our original flight on Qatar Airways was in economy class but luckily, we ended up being upgraded on 3 of the 4 flights. Thanks, Qatar Airways! As for our lounge access, we had to rely on my Air Berlin Gold card as operational upgrades do not grant lounge access, aside from the fact that our upgrades were given at the gate. The weather in Bangkok was not perfect as there was a bit of showers almost everyday but still, we were able to make the most of it. As I have Hilton Diamond status, we chose the Conrad Bangkok and Millennium Hilton Bangkok as our "home in Bangkok", both of which I highly recommend to everyone as they are two of the best hotels we have stayed at. It was a very short but memorable trip and I really hope to be back soon to one of the most amazing cities in the world, Bangkok!
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First visit: June 2011
Places visited: Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Pattaya, Ko Samet
Photography: Arthur Jeciel & Michael Pannagel
The first time I traveled to Thailand (with Mike) was in June 2011 where we stayed for a few days in the beautiful city of Bangkok, a few days in Koh Samet and a day in Pattaya. Last June, we were back again in Bangkok and were able to see most of the tourist attractions the city has to offer. We hope to discover more of Thailand as we plan to visit Chiang Mai (and hopefully other cities too) on our next trip but for the meantime, here are some of my traveltips which I highly recommend to all my fellow travelers.
Vimanmek Museum: Located in the Dusit Palace complex, this is the world's largest golden teakwood mansion and really worth a visit. Unfortunately, cameras are not allowed in the museum complex.
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