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Idol-Actress Living in Bangkok for a Month Reveals Authentic Travel Itinerary: 5 Must-Visit Destinations

① Hyeri’s Recommended Eateries in Bangkok

Source: YouTube@Hyeri

Singer and actress Hyeri is currently in Bangkok for a film shoot.
Hyeri has been in Bangkok for a month and is enjoying her time as a tourist.

On her YouTube channel, she shared a video titled ‘Must-Visit Places Recommended by a True Bangkok Local(?!) – Bangkok Rooftops, Massage Shops, and Pad Thai & Poo Phad Pong Curry Restaurants.’
In the video, Hyeri enjoys traveling in Bangkok for a day.
Firstly, she sets out to taste local food.

She introduces a restaurant she visited for the first time in Bangkok, Sit and Wonder. She says it’s so delicious that she calls it ‘the best Pad Thai of her life.’ She ordered Pad Thai and Som Tum (papaya salad) and enjoyed a tasty meal.

The price for the two dishes and water that Hyeri ordered was approximately 9,000 Korean won (about $8).

  • Address: 119 Ban Kluai Nuea Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
  • Business hours: 11:00~23:00
  • Menu: Pad Thai 95 Baht (about $3), Som Tam 135 Baht (about $4)
Source: YouTube@Hyeri

Hyeri visited the seafood restaurant ‘Kuang Seafood Restaurant.’ This place, beloved by many in Bangkok for a long time, is famous as one of the top three Poo Phad Pong Curry spots.

Hyeri mentioned that the dish she was most eager to try when she arrived in Bangkok was Poo Phad Pong Curry.

It’s also well-known among Korean tourists and serves as a quintessential Poo Phad Pong Curry destination in Bangkok.

Hyeri ordered Poo Phad Pong Curry and Morning Glory and relished a delightful dinner.
Kuang Seafood Restaurant offers a variety of seafood dishes in addition to Poo Phad Pong Curry.

Travelers who dined at Kuang Seafood Restaurant left reviews such as, “The restaurant was clean, and the Poo Phad Pong Curry was truly delicious. It was easy to eat because it was prepared with crab meat,” “The Poo Phad Pong Curry was particularly tasty, and the Tom Yum Goong was also flavorful,” “While the prices were a bit high, the food was delicious, and the place was clean, making it worthwhile.”

  • Address: 107 12-13 Rang Nam Alley, Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400 Thailand
  • Business hours: 11:00 – 22:00
  • Menu: Poo Phat Pong Curry 550 Baht (about $17)

② Ending the Trip at a Rooftop Bar

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After her meal, Hyeri headed to a rooftop bar.
The place she visited is called Tichuca Rooftop Bar.
Hyeri introduced it as a rooftop bar perfect for solo visits.

At the rooftop bar, Hyeri spent time gazing at the sunset.

She expressed how happy she felt spending time there.

This place is a rooftop inspired by the jungle, featuring large tree sculptures, and it’s a hotspot in Bangkok.

It’s famous on social media and is also popular among locals. The rooftop bar spans from the 46th to the 59th floor. It’s an ideal spot to enjoy the sunset and the night view.

Reservations are essential to visit the Tichuca Rooftop Bar.

Most rooftop bars require ID checks, so you must bring your English driver’s license or passport.

  • Address: ตึก T one 8 ชั้น 46 Soi Sukhumvit 40, Phra Khanong, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
  • Business hours: 17:00 – 12:00
  • Menu: Beer starting from 350 Baht (about $11)
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Hyeri also recommended Three Sixty Lounge.
She introduced it as a quiet rooftop bar with few tables.

The Three Sixty Lounge is a rooftop bar on the 32nd floor of the Millennium Hotel.
You can enjoy a panoramic view of the Chao Phraya River from here.
With floor-to-ceiling windows, you can take in the bustling cityscape of Bangkok at a glance.

It’s a great place to spend time while listening to live music.
It’s recommended that you make a reservation through their website before visiting.

  • Address: 123 Charoen Nakhon Rd, Khlong Ton Sai, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600 Thailand
  • Business hours: 17:00 – 01:00
  • Menu: 2 Snacks + 1 Non-Alcohol Drink 699 Baht (about $22)

③ The Massage-Friendly Divana Divine Spa

Source: YouTube@Hyeri

After leaving the rooftop bar, Hyeri went to get a massage.
This place was recommended by a Korean tourist she met at the rooftop bar.
After her massage session, Hyeri shared her thoughts while sipping warm tea.

She mentioned that the massage she received in Bangkok was quite impressive.

Hyeri noted that the massage cost around 80,000 Korean won, which she acknowledged as relatively high compared to massage prices in Bangkok.

  • Address: 103 Thong Lo 17 Alley, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
  • Business hours: 10:00 – 23:00
  • Price: From 70,000 won (about $60)
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