On the fourth night in Bangkok, which was a Saturday, I went church-hunting to fulfill my Sunday obligation. The Church of the Holy Redeemer (a Redemptorist parish) is located on Soi Ruam Rudee (Road) and is about a 10-15 minute walk from the Phloen Chit skytrain station. I caught the 5.30pm mass which was in English. Since Bangkok time is 1 hour behind Malaysian time, I had actually attend mass at the same time as Angie, who had attended mass at 6.30pm (Malaysian time) at the Church of Saints Chastan and Imbert in Seberang Prai.
[Church of the Holy Redeemer]
[The church altar]
After mass, I explored the Sukhumvit area to look for dinner. I settled on a simple roadside stall selling fried noodles. It tasted similar to Penang Char Kuay Teow except that the noodles were like Wan Ton noodles.
[Fried Noodle Stall: It is located on a road with many, many massage centres (notice the signboards?)... don't get any funny ideas... I'm a good boy]
[My after-mass dinner: Costs 25B]
After dinner, I was at a night market at the Phahon Yothin area to savour the sights and smell before cathing a bus back to the Kasetsart University guesthouse.
[Roasted Banana in Coconut Sauce]
[Flower Lady: Probably selling flowers used as prayer offering]