I just spent some time exploring Bangkok for the first time and I totally fell in love with this city. I am wearing black Bordelle, my favorite brand of lingerie in the world. While I had some down time for the first time in forever, I did my beauty treatments for one third of the cost than in the USA. This gent here did a fantastic job of showing exactly what I saw here and since he had the equipment and team to document it, you have to check out his video. What I loved so much about the city was that you could live an extremely luxurious lifestyle for a very affordable price. The 5 star hotels are what a 1 or 2 star hotel would cost in Manhattan. You can get a one hour Thai massage for $7.50. Any cosmetic procedure is more affordable than in the states with highly educated, experienced surgeons and aestheticians. It is a foodie city with world class shopping. Beware of the spices there though! My mouth was literally on fire when I first arrived and dined because I did not know everything is covered in chilis and I swear I felt like I ate rattlesnake venom or some poison. I could not handle it! The BRT is the absolute best way to get around as the traffic is like three times worse than LA. You have to try the bubble tea there it is amazing – I take mine with no sugar, light milk and tapioca pearls – I had one for breakfast every day. Sukhumvit is the best area to stay and Siam Paragon is the place to shop, Thai Baht is the currency, go when the weather is not too hot and enjoy questioning yourself if you are talking to a lady or a lady boy at any given moment. Xoxo, Cara 💋
Phuket was such a blast! This hotel room was so cute and was so affordable. I landed from Singapore and my luggage did not show up, so I just kicked back and relaxed. I never knew they had fucking shows and live ping pong shows of woman shooting ping pong, birds, fish and so much for from their pussies. I saw that craziness at Patong Beach. Hilarious!
Xoxo, Cara 💋
I regularly visit Singapore and I love it more each time I visit. I always stay at the Scarlet Hotel.
Singapore is a hot and humid city that is bearable to walk around at night, but not so much during the day. I suggest for you to do the following from my recent trip: in between business meetings get a workout in by going to the quick 30 minute gym called The Ritual Gym, practice yoga to destress at Hom Yoga, eat dinner at some of the Michelin Star Restaurants, walk through China Town after sunset, take long walks after dark to explore the night life and Singaporean cuisine and culture and definitely go chill out after work on Ann Siang Hill at Oxwell & Company for their bomb Pina coladas.
Xoxo, Cara 💋