3. Safari World: The most favourite place of mine in the whole trip. What can be most exciting for a person who harbour strong emotions for animals; Safari world it is. We were taken in a taxi to the place and we gathered with fellow tourists to start our journey for half of the day. The Safari world consists of a Bird Show, Dolphin show, Orang utan show, Feeding Giraffe, Seal show and lots more. There was a Jungle Cruise too, where we were taken on a ride to the sanctuary area to witness Lions, tigers, zebras, ostrich, deer who roamed around in their natural habitat. I was at my happiest peak. I was really impressed by the way of maintenance of the park. Kudos to the authorities, all the animals lived very naturally and were well fed, so that made me quite at peace.
The Orangutans are just like humans, so very perfect in matching all tunes of the music show they were performing. They were dressed in super cool outfits and definitely swept the ground below my feet
The Dolphin show was the most spectacular one. It very amusing to see so many dolphins showing stunts so rhythmically and perfectly. All are so well trained, but yeah they do need to be fed with three fishes every time they perform something
4. Streets of Bangkok: The later half of the day was spent roaming the streets of Bangkok and doing some bit of shopping in Indira Square, very much perfect for Indian crowd. You get all sorts of wholesale goods, ranging from shoes, bags, clothes, electronic items to household goods. Visiting that place is a must if you want to take some souvenirs back home for friends and family.
With just two days in hand, I could cover only some parts of this vibrant city. I explored quite a bit—riding on the famous Tuk-Tuk auto,hoping out of a restaurant after being unable to explain what I wanted to have because of language barrier, picking up loads of items from Indira Square although it dug a hole in my pocket(girls can never leave shopping), dancing to the tune of Bhangra in Safari World and lots more. Overall the experience was very much enriching. With a longing to return soon, I packed my bags for leaving Thailand the next day. Sawasdee Bangkok, see you very soon
This trip was originally published on SPECTRUM OF LIFE.