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Foot Rubs And Naked Planespotting: BKK-NGO With TG  
User currently offlineSR117 From Mexico, joined Jun 2000, 795 posts, RR: 1
Posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 11141 times:

Background

I've been lazy for too long, there's quite a few nice flight experiences from this year that have yet to be documented, time starts to chip away at the memories and it's nice having a written record to look back into after a few years.

Bangkok, May 2011. After a few nice days in Bangkok it was time to head back home. BKK is always a worldwide favorite for many reasons, good food, great hotels and attractions, all for very reasonable prices.


Mmmm, beef, mint, lime and chili.


No mall is complete without a picture of the King.


Always lots of interesting contrasts.


100 dollars gets you Roach Motel in Manhattan or this in Bangkok.


Broccoli Pie :S


That sign says nut, nya ha !


So many layers.


Chatuchak Market.






Behind the scenes.


Someone is getting surprising news.


Puppies, can anyone resist?


Mmm, street food.


From lowbrow to highbrow.


Bangkok at night.


Fancy a swim?

But it was time to go back home. Flying back home from BKK through Tokyo on UA or DL would be a total pain, 6am departure? no thankyou : ) The thought of taking a redeye to Japan or Korea with Thai sounded more tantalizing, and it would also give me a nice day somewhere interesting before heading back home.

The choices narrowed down were either flying to NGO, PUS or KIX, I was leaning towards PUS but unfortunately flights on TG got full so that was out of the picture, as I had never been to NGO (The city that is), it made the next best choice.


May 30th 2011
TG 644 A330-300 HS-TEN
BKK-NGO
Scheduled: 00:05-08:00
Actual: 01:25-09:00


Departure Airport

This was my first time departing BKK at night, the blue lighting makes for a nice ambience. In the terminal things seemed very busy, when I see how things are at Suvarnabhumi, it makes me wonder how they ever managed in Don Mueang, must have been a madhouse.


Crowded airport of smiles.

Check in with Thai was very quick and we got our seat assignments at the counter. Managed to score a window for this nearly 6 hour night flight.


Check in area, what's up with those beach umbrellas?

Airside, BKK is decent i think, It's not HKG or ICN but at least there's room to stretch out, although the concrete look is pretty spartan.


Airside at BKK

What better way to spend your last hours in Thailand than getting a foot massage? The airport foot massage is sort of expensive compared to what you can get in downtown Bangkok, especially since the massage lounge looks pretty basic, but it's the airport I guess. It's nice to sit back and relax while a stranger gropes your feet. Sure beats sitting in a regular chair.

Once my feet had been declawed, it was closer to boarding time, or so it seemed. A quick glance at the FIDS screen indicated that TG 644 to Nagoya was the lucky winner of the delay lottery tonight, it was just one hour so it wasn't that bad, at least we were luckier than the passengers on TG's Sydney flight, they won the cancelled flight lottery.


644 is on the first screen, bottom part

It's times like these that the Priority Pass comes in handy as it opened the gates to the multiple Louis Tavern Lounges scattered throughout BKK. The lounge was nothing to brag about as it had the charm of an office in a factory but at least there was free wifi and a self serve fridge with beer. Does one really need more for entertainment?

Boarding

The estimated departure time of 1:00 am was closing in with no further news from the TG people, some feathers were getting ruffled, finally boarding was announced at around 1:10.






Rather cold looking waiting areas


Thai staff in purple looking busy

A quick bus ride afterwards we get a chance to board our beautiful A330 by airstairs. Always a great way to get a close up of these wonderful machines.


Well hello there good looking.


These engines are gonna take us 3kms up into the air.


Face to face with a giant.

The Thai crew were very welcoming tonight, dressed in their brightly colored uniforms. The plane looked clean and well kept, all seats had a pillow, blanket and of course, a nicely sized PTV.


Thai A330-300 cabin.


Seats look roomy enough.


I get a purple seat, wooo.

Our captain apologized for the delay and welcomed us on board from the cockpit, apparently there were electrical problems with the entertainment system. Glad they managed to fix that, I don't have huge entertainment needs but I like having my moving map.

At 1:30am, we were finally roaming the taxiways of Suvarnabuhmi. Flight time was an estimated 5 hours and 15 minutes. The smooth rolling motions from taxiing lulled me into a daze, I thought I had only blinked, yet when I opened my eyes we were becoming airborne and the bright lights of Bangkok were being left behind, almost too late for a good picture.


Taxiing to the active runway.


See you soon Bangkok.

In flight service for this redeye flight consisted of a tiny sandwich and an abbreviated beverage run 20 minutes after takeoff, most people were groggy so it seemed like an ok Idea. I chomped down my sandwich and chugged some juice, afterwards it was time to head back to dreaming about Bangkok ping pong ball tricks and non-conventional golf clubs.


Luxurious dinner, worst of all, I liked it  

Even though the flight was more than 5 hours, exhaustion made sleeping not quite so difficult. About 4 hours into the flight, service carts made their appearance and FA's offered a choice of egg fritatta or congee. I'm not a big fan of seafood and porridge so I went for the egg.


Breakfast time while sailing between Taiwan and Japan.


Breakfast tray.


The goods.


After breakfast, we're almost there.

Crew members were fine throughout both main service runs and I do recall a few water runs during the flight as well, since this was a night flight though there weren't too many chances to interact.

Descent took us over the picturesque and rugged Kii Peninsula, but since my window seat was over the wing it was a bit difficult to take good pictures.


Miss Wing, you look good but you're sort of blocking the view.


Rugged coastline off the Kii peninsula.




Final approach.



Arrival Airport

Upon touchdown I saw the sight that no traveller wants to see, and that's lots of international arrivals coming in at the same time. Lufthansa was already parked and Finnair had touched down immediately before us, there was also a Delta 757 coming in from Guam.


Delta arriving from guam


The euro planes are here too.

It wasn't that bad of a wait at passport control though, about 20 minutes or less.


9:40am in Nagoya.

So, now it's barely past 9:30am, hotel check in isn't until 3pm, that means there's time to hang around Centrair.

Centrair was built as a replacement airport for Nagoya Komaki airport. While not as big as Kansai International, the airport boasts a huge observation deck and a very nice shopping area.

I did what any self respecting aviation nut would do and headed to the observation deck where one could enjoy excellent views !


Domestic side, ANA gates.


International gates.


HS-TEN, getting ready for her return flight to Bangkok.


Long observation deck.


Amazing views, shame I wasn't closer to the end of the deck.

After the plane watching, it was time to ease the stress away in the airport bath. Now, this isn't your regular airport shower, it's a full fledged Japanese style bath and sauna with the added benefit of having an excellent view of the airport tarmac. Yes my friends, the world's only official naked plane spotting terrace and hot tubs !

Views from the spa were excellent, I managed to see the LH, TG and SQ A330s take off from there, unfortunately, due to obvious reasons I had no camera on me.

There's really no better way to relax the body than soaking in all of those differen tubs and bubbles, after a few wash/rinse/repeat cycles you feel like a mass of well kneaded dough, with not a care in the world. If there's one feeling that embodies happiness, this is it.

Now that the eyes were satisfied with planespotting, the body relaxed by the onsen, the stomach demanded attention, and it sure picked a good place.

Tehre's plenty of good food options at Centrair, hard to pick, but we settled on Tonkatsu Wako, a well known chain in Japan specializing in fried pork. As we were in Nagoya, I tried their version of the local specialty, Miso Katsu, fried pork in a special sauce made with miso beans.


Excellent Japanese meal.


Tonkatsu with miso sauce, almost tasted like a Mexican mole sauce.

I wanted to go do some more plane spotting but the wind had unfortunately picked up, the terrace was now closed : ( There's always a hope for a next time.


Shoppers at Nagoya Airport.


Before Haneda's old style shop arcade opened, there was Centrair…


The Centrair mascots, including a cloud with a bowtie and another cloud possibly consisting of noxious intestinal gases of human origin.


Mmm, food options.

Nagoya, aka Chicken Wing Land

We stayed in Nagoya for one night before heading back home via the nonstop NGO-DTW flight. It was my first time in the city and was pleasantly surprised. Tbe city has a very open feel to it, it's not quite as crowded as other Japanese cities, streets are wide and tree lined. Unfortunately the transportation network is in turn not quite as extensive as other cities, but it's still workable.








Yes yes, I purchased some basics.


Windy day in Nagoya.


Hello Kitty scooter



Nagoya doesn't have big name tourist attractions like nearby Kyoto or Osaka, but it has one very important specialty that makes up for any shortcoming, the fried chicken wing.

Tebasaki are deep fried seasoned chicken wings; spicy, juicy, crunchy, perfect ! Enjoyed the dish at Yama Chan, one of the most popular chains and was certainly not disappointed. Fortunately they have outlets in many japanese cities so even if you're not in Nagoya you can still try them out.




Tasty draft beer at Yama Chan.


A set of 5 crispy chicken wings.


Magnificent chicken tempura.


Downtown Nagoya at night.


Interesting building.

Conclusions

I like Thai; clean planes, nice crews and full service, other than the 1.5 hour delay, there's not much else to complain about, their home isn't quite as fancy as ICN or HKG, but it gets the job done.

Nagoya Airport, what can I say besides "BEST AIRPORT EVER !!". You've got good views of heavy metal, places to air out your flesh, places to eat and shop. Who needs Disneyland I say. NGO is a must for aviation fans.

Hope you enjoyed reading, questions and comments are welcome.

Ricardo


Previous Reports:

Shorthaul With Lufthansa And Niki: MUC-VIE-MXP (by SR117 Oct 12 2011 in Trip Reports)
DL Inaugural To Haneda And Back, NRT-HKG RT Bonus! (by SR117 Mar 15 2011 in Trip Reports)
Mexicana Long Haul To EZE: Part 1 (by SR117 Nov 21 2009 in Trip Reports)
AeroMexico From Tijuana To Paris In Clase Premier (by SR117 Feb 24 2010 in Trip Reports)
AeroMexico From Tijuana To Paris In Clase Premier (by SR117 Feb 24 2010 in Trip Reports)
Adventures In Kyushu: Japan With NH And DL (by sr117 Nov 25 2010 in Trip Reports)
Not Quite Hell: LH Economy From FRA To HKG (by SR117 Aug 27 2009 in Trip Reports)
OZ221 Asiana Hanggong JFK-ICN In Steerage (by SR117 Aug 18 2009 in Trip Reports)
All Nippon Airways To Hong Kong - Part 1 (by SR117 Nov 27 2008 in Trip Reports)

[Edited 2011-10-15 22:43:27]

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User currently offlineCarfield From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 1918 posts, RR: 9
Reply 1, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 10967 times:

Thanks for a wonderful trip report!

Nagoya Centrair is indeed a wonderful airport and the observation deck is an exciting experience. I enjoyed it much a few years ago when I stayed overnight here. The airport mall is a good size and features many good Japanese food.

I really love the Japanese airports and observation deck is always there. Nobody will harasse you and plane-spotting is a legitimate hobby. Families and people of all kinds just enjoy sitting there and watching planes.

Carfield


User currently offlineSR117 From Mexico, joined Jun 2000, 795 posts, RR: 1
Reply 2, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 10941 times:

Quoting Carfield (Reply 1):
Thanks for a wonderful trip report!

Hey Carfield, thanks for the comments. They're much appreciated, especially coming from a trip report legend like you!

Quoting Carfield (Reply 1):
I really love the Japanese airports and observation deck is always there. Nobody will harasse you and plane-spotting is a legitimate hobby. Families and people of all kinds just enjoy sitting there and watching planes.

Isn't it nice? As you point out, there's always families, couples and assorted travelers enjoying the view. Can't think of a better security system than having lots of people around. Sad to see that most of the world isn't quite as accommodating.

I hope traffic at Nagoya keeps improving, I'd love to see more links to the US, now that UA is gone and DL cancelled the NRT flight, the only way to get there from North America is through DTW and HNL. Neither of them ideal gateways from the west coast.

Thanks again.


User currently offlinejetlag73 From France, joined Sep 2011, 68 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 10938 times:

Thanks for the nice TR, Ricardo.
Which hotel was it in BKK ? Looks not bad, really
Enzo


User currently offlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2474 posts, RR: 15
Reply 4, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 15 hours ago) and read 10576 times:

Hi

Nice trip report, enjoyed reading it. The Japanese cuisine just makes me hungry.


Greetings
Marc



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User currently offlineT8KE0FF From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2009, 416 posts, RR: 1
Reply 5, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 14 hours ago) and read 10532 times:

What a lovely read! I'm actually off to Bangkok in February so it's nice to see what it's like as I've never been before!

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
Rather cold looking waiting areas

I must agree with you, the colours don't look very warm and welcoming!

Thanks!



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User currently offlineSASDC8 From Norway, joined Mar 2006, 755 posts, RR: 1
Reply 6, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 14 hours ago) and read 10485 times:
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Thanks for a great report and NGO looks like a fantastic airport  

The quallity of your photograps are excellent   

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
100 dollars gets you Roach Motel in Manhattan or this in Bangkok

Which hotel did you stay in?

Thanks to you I really look forward to my next Thailand trip in January  



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User currently offlinejayeshrulz From India, joined Apr 2007, 1027 posts, RR: 2
Reply 7, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 10068 times:

Hey Ricardo,

Excellent pictures, may i ask what's your gear?

The Korean Air 747 shots almost made me grasp for breath! Amazing!



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User currently offlineSR117 From Mexico, joined Jun 2000, 795 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 9535 times:

Quoting jetlag73 (Reply 3):
Which hotel was it in BKK ? Looks not bad, really

Hey Enzo, thanks for the kind words. The hotel was the Pullman King Power. It was excellent actually. But I'm just always amazed at how the same amount of money can get you such different experiences in different parts of the globe.

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 4):
Nice trip report, enjoyed reading it. The Japanese cuisine just makes me hungry.

Thanks Marc, Japan has excellent food. I'm not much of a seafood fan and I've always found many non-fishy options. It's actually very diverse. I wish tonkatsu restaurants were as popular worldwide as sushi places : )

However, there are some things that just shouldn't be. I went to a Mr Donut store in downtown Nagoya and, against my better judgement, ordered a spinach donut, yes, the name said it all, but I wanted to try it anyways. Well, it tasted just like you would think it would taste, ODD. So, I admit not all Japanese creations are good  
Spinach donut.

Quoting T8KE0FF (Reply 5):
What a lovely read! I'm actually off to Bangkok in February so it's nice to see what it's like as I've never been before!

Thanks a lot, I'm sure you will enjoy it, lots of contrasts but that's part of what makes it interesting. Be sure to get and see some of the rest of the country too if you can.

Quoting SASDC8 (Reply 6):
Thanks for a great report and NGO looks like a fantastic airport

The quallity of your photograps are excellent

Thank you for the picture compliments, camera does all the work, hehe, NGO is indeed a great place, really wish I could transit there more often, there's even a Yama Chan chicken wing outlet, so many temptations.

As to the hotel, stayed at the Pullman King Power, I'm heading back to BKK next week and am staying there again. But of course, there are many other excellent options as well, it really is amazing to see the quality of accommodation you can get for the price.

Quoting jayeshrulz (Reply 7):
Excellent pictures, may i ask what's your gear?

The Korean Air 747 shots almost made me grasp for breath! Amazing!

Thank you very much, I'm mostly using a Nikon D90 with a 16-85mm lens. Love the combination.


User currently offlineLGWflyer From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2011, 2348 posts, RR: 1
Reply 9, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day ago) and read 9331 times:

Hey SR117, loved your trip report. I must say that is the most brilliant looking observation deck ever! If only airports here in Britain would do the same... Anyway cheers again.  


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User currently offlinejetlag73 From France, joined Sep 2011, 68 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 8981 times:

Thanks for the hotel tip SR117. Looks great, but seems a bit off the tracks, no ? I usually stay in Sukhumvit, boutique hotels like S15, near the fun of Soi 11 and close to skytrain + metro.

I used to live in Japan when I was kid, early 80's, and Tonkatsu was my favorite ! with that "Bulldog" gravy. Hmm...  
But they can come up with weird stuff indeed. I tried Wasabi KitKat last year, not the best, really.... :x

Cheers

Enzo


User currently offline777way From Pakistan, joined Dec 2005, 5716 posts, RR: 4
Reply 11, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 15 hours ago) and read 8876 times:

Loved the pics, which camera and settings?

User currently offlinegabrielchew From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 3255 posts, RR: 12
Reply 12, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 4 hours ago) and read 8495 times:

Great report. I loved you photos! I didn't know that there was so much to do in NGO. The onsen with a view of the tarmac sounds fantastic! I'd better make my way to NGO ASAP!

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
100 dollars gets you Roach Motel in Manhattan or this in Bangkok.

So true. I'd rather BKK anyday!

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
It wasn't that bad of a wait at passport control though, about 20 minutes or less.

20 mins isn't bad. Once I had to wait over an hour at NRT (T2) - not very happy about that. The next time I flew through NRT (T1 this time) I was the ONLY person at immigration. At HND in June I only had to wait 2 mins (but I ran all the way to immigration as I was late!). Very much a lottery.



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User currently offlineBabybus From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 13, posted (2 years 10 months 3 weeks 3 hours ago) and read 8474 times:

I really liked the crispness of your night shots, however the terminal at BKK looks like a hundred other current off-the-peg terminals.

I don't see a picture of the king anywhere in that cabin. Is that not treason in Thailand?

Great report. great pictures. many thanks.


User currently offlinesultanils From Belgium, joined Mar 2010, 1703 posts, RR: 30
Reply 14, posted (2 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 16 hours ago) and read 8185 times:
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Hello there Ricardo,

What a wonderful report with excellent pics once again. It’s nice to see you had a solid experience on Thai on their A333. And your feet must’ve been very light after that good foot massage  

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
100 dollars gets you Roach Motel in Manhattan or this in Bangkok.

Wow, that looks very grand.

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
the blue lighting makes for a nice ambience

After ‘cabin mood lighting’, now we have ‘airport mood lighting’. A good idea actually!

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
they won the cancelled flight lottery.

Ouch, I guess there are better lottery prices than this one…

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
Rather cold looking waiting areas

That looks more like an underground station than an airport terminal.

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
I get a purple seat, wooo.

Sometimes happiness is in the small things…

Quoting SR117 (Thread starter):
Amazing views, shame I wasn't closer to the end of the deck.

What a great pic, the sight in real must’ve been much better even!

Sultanils



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User currently offline777ord From United States of America, joined May 2010, 496 posts, RR: 1
Reply 15, posted (2 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 7908 times:

Excellent TR! Thanks for the pics of Japan. It brings back wonderful memories of my 2 years there!!  

User currently offlineSR117 From Mexico, joined Jun 2000, 795 posts, RR: 1
Reply 16, posted (2 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 7194 times:

Quoting LGWflyer (Reply 9):
Hey SR117, loved your trip report. I must say that is the most brilliant looking observation deck ever! If only airports here in Britain would do the same... Anyway cheers again.

Thanks LGW, indeed, we can only hope for these to become more widespread, but hey, they make a good excuse to visit Japan.

Quoting jetlag73 (Reply 10):
I used to live in Japan when I was kid, early 80's, and Tonkatsu was my favorite ! with that "Bulldog" gravy. Hmm...
But they can come up with weird stuff indeed. I tried Wasabi KitKat last year, not the best, really.... :x

You're a lucky guy, growing up in Japan. Tonkatsu is one of the things I miss most about Japan, I've tried it elsewhere and it just isn't the same.

Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 12):
Great report. I loved you photos! I didn't know that there was so much to do in NGO. The onsen with a view of the tarmac sounds fantastic! I'd better make my way to NGO ASAP!

Thanks for the comments, NGO has the best features of most major international airports in a small package, and I think the nicest spotting terrace in Japan ; ) NRT and HND are nice but you're not quite as close to the action. KIX gives you excellent views of arrivals but it's a bit of a ways off from the main terminal. You should give it a try when you can.

Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 12):
20 mins isn't bad. Once I had to wait over an hour at NRT (T2) - not very happy about that.

I've heard NRT can be bad but I've never been that unlucky, all my experiences have been at T1 though, most I've waited is about 20 minutes.

Quoting gabrielchew (Reply 12):
So true. I'd rather BKK anyday!

Indeed, I was looking forward to going back but the nasty floods seem to have made things a bit difficult.

Quoting Babybus (Reply 13):
I really liked the crispness of your night shots, however the terminal at BKK looks like a hundred other current off-the-peg terminals.

I don't see a picture of the king anywhere in that cabin. Is that not treason in Thailand?

Thanks Babybus ! Airport designs seem to be like airline liveries, trends seem to come and sweep the world. We've got big airy steel and glass frames now. I think it's better than the old style of low ceilings we seemed to have in the 50s and 60s though.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 14):
What a wonderful report with excellent pics once again. It’s nice to see you had a solid experience on Thai on their A333. And your feet must’ve been very light after that good foot massage

Thanks for stopping by sultanils : ) Indeed, nothing better than boarding your flight in a relaxed mode.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 14):
Sometimes happiness is in the small things…

Yes, it's good to appreciate the little things I think.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 14):

What a great pic, the sight in real must’ve been much better even!

It's a long walk to the end of that pier. When you're at the end I'm sure you're quite close to the runway.

Quoting 777ord (Reply 15):
Excellent TR! Thanks for the pics of Japan. It brings back wonderful memories of my 2 years there!!

Thanks for the comments, it's a great country, I really never get tired of visiting, must have been nice to spend 2 years there.


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