OD x Malissa Kiss – Part I

Before last year ended, I had the chance to fly to Bangkok, Thailand for a new and exciting make-up brand entering the Philippines — Malissa Kiss.

It was my first time to travel for the blog so I was pretty stoked! (fingers crossed, for more opportunities like this!).Β I flew in together with other beauty/fashion bloggers who all madeΒ the trip more fun and such an adventure!

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We flew via Thai Airways (first-time!) and I must say that their service is great!

We arrived around early night time and went straight to our hotel. We stayed at Somerset Hotel in Sukhumvit Thonglor — our home for the next two nights. As we entered our prepared suite, we were welcomed with drinks, flower petals and Malissa Kiss products. Already felt so at home! Lol.

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After settling down, we were told to prepare for dinner and dress a bit formal. Coincidentally, the whole group had matching outfits!

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We had dinner at this spectacular restaurant calledΒ Cielo Rooftop Sky Bar. Everything was a m a z i ng.Β This was my second time in Bangkok and it was great to see the “upscale side” this time around.

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The stunning view.

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Cheers to new opportunities! πŸ™‚

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The food was too delicious for woooords. Highly recommend this place!

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Given the limited time we had, we made sure to rise early the next day to do some tourist activitiesΒ on our own.

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Wish I had a full-size window like this in my room!

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But first, big breakfast buffet!

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We visited the Grand Palace – one of the must-visit tourist spots.Β If I remember correctly entrance is about Php 600.Β They are strict on attire, so if ever you are wearing a sleeveless top and short bottoms, you are required to rent outΒ (for free) their polo tops and native skirts – which I recommend just to match the scenery, lol.

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I love visiting temples but this one is an exception — the architecture is just so intricate and might I add, well-maintained! Every corner has its own look so we obviously took advantage, as you can see with my photo flood, haha.Β DSCF1509 DSCF1523Β  Β DSCF1515

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That’s it for Part 1! Part 2 coming up in a bit! In the meantime, follow Malissa Kiss on Facebook and Instagram for updates. For more photos of the trip, check the hashtag #MalissaKissProjectGoSee146 on Instagram. They officially launched this week, so you can see bit and pieces of our trip on their teaser here. Stay tuned for more! πŸ™‚

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  • Hi sophie! You’ve been my favorite blogger ever since you’re still in tumblr. I really really love your photos. And you are my inspiration that is why i started blogging again. May i know what camera did you use? And did you edit your photos? Thank you so much!

    • Hi Samantha! Aww thank you so much! <3 I switched from Canon last year and now using a Fujifilm X-A2. Yes, I edit my photos as well. πŸ™‚ Thanks so much for the support! <3

      • Thank you so much for the response. can you recommend a good camera (not so expensive,tho. Hehe) to use for beginners like me?:)