Bangkok has great noodles. As well as mangoes (with or without sticky rice), lime sodas, malls, people, hotels, and night markets that make the traffic pretty much worth it- If you think about it traffic is a great anticipation heightener. I had a fair share of food courts, welcoming humid weather (never thought i'd say that), huge breakfasts at the W hotel, thai massages accompanied by afternoon naps, and intimate rides on the skytrain awkwardly pressed up against random strangers. If you're like me and you enjoy, well, food (with a side of shopping), Bangkok is the place for you. Although i do wish they would slow down a bit with building mall after mall (one of my favorite night market spots was demolished in the construction process), i'm guilty of spending way too much time in the food courts devouring delicious dessert toast with honey and ice cream. Had so much fun and can't wait until i can go back and discover more new favorites.