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As you could tell from my previous post about 5 things to do in Bangkok, having mango in a variety of forms was one of the greatest pleasures I had during my trip to Thailand. I loved the scrumptious experiences so much that I’ve decided to share with you the mango stores I visited in Thailand! Discover with me the best places for mango smoothies and mango sticky rice in Bangkok, Ayutthaya and Phuket. Bangkok: Mango Tango Mango Tango is apparently a go-to place and a hot spot in Bangkok for everyone who loves to try mango drinks and desserts. There are 2 branches in Bangkok, one in Siam Square and the other one in Asiatique. Mango Tango offers a truly wide range of mango dishes, meaning you might want to revisit the store multiple times like I did… I went there twice with 1~2 friends, and got to try different…

Bangkok has so, so many things to offer for travellers, among which I would like to share 5 things to do in Bangkok that I think you shouldn’t miss! Check out what they are below and let me know if you’ve nodded your head in agreement about them. 🙂 #1 To Do in Bangkok: Mango, mango and more mango! First and foremost, I can barely tell you anything about my Thailand trip without mentioning mango fruits. (And I even ended up making a separate post to share the 3 best mango places I’ve visited in Thailand..) I lost count of the number of times I had mango in different forms! The type of mango-based food or drink I had varied from mango juices, mango smoothies, mango sticky rice (Khao Niao Mamuang) to mango with milk and sago! As Bangkok was hot and humid, every time I had mango food or drink…

People love travelling, even when we just came back from a holiday, we may end up dreaming which countries and cities (and/or countrysides) we would like to visit as soon as an opportunity comes up. Meanwhile in the business world, almost everything can be branded and categorised as a product or service: countries and cities are not exempt from this, just like we often say Paris is the ‘romantic’ city. Tourist Boards across the countries brand and promote their country and cities as attractively as they can in order to get visitors’ attention. MasterCard Worldwide Insights publishes ‘Top 20 Global Destination Cities’ each year. It seems that over the recent three years, Bangkok and London have been in a struggle for pole position: Bangkok beat London in 2013 (London had been the top city in 2012), becoming the first Asian city to achieve that; it was a small gap in the number of international overnight visitors -…