Determined to make the most of the last day of her vacation, Izabel Goulart spent the morning with her pet Pomeranian dog, Harlow. It was to be a family day most of all, and after a trip to the pool, it was a good time for a family poolside barbecue at sunset before thinking about tomorrow and her next assignment.
Izabel Goulart said goodbye to Thailand today as her two-week vacation to South East Asia came to an end. Admiring the beautiful sky as she stopped off at Etihad airport in Abu Dhabi, she then flew on to São Paulo to drop off her things at Hotel Fasano before hitting the stores in the Oscar Freire shopping district. Her summer style look is complemented with Two-tone Canvas Cap Toe CC Logo Espadrilles by Chanel, and shoulder bag by Celine.
Izabel Goulart ends her vacation tour of South East Asia by returning to where she started. After a day spent scuba-diving with friends in the clear blue seas of Phuket, she says goodnight with this Instagram photograph of the Victoria amazonica or giant water-lily, named after Queen Victoria and appropriately, like Izabel, a native of South America.
Izabel Goulart said goodbye to Cambodia today as she left for Bangkok in Thailand, the final destination of her visit to South East Asia. Staying overnight at the Okura Prestige Hotel in Bangkok, Izabel and her party visited the Grand Palace in the heart of the city. Formerly the official palace of the Kings of Siam, the palace is partially open to the public as a museum, but it remains a working palace with several royal offices still situated inside.
Afterwards, they visited the Buddhist temple of Wat Pho, adjacent to the Grand Palace and home to the reclining Buddha, one of the largest Buddha images of some 15 metres in height and 43 metres long.
In the evening the group enjoyed dinner at one of Bangkok’s most iconic restaurants, the Sirocco on the 63rd floor of the Lebua at State Tower Hotel, the world’s highest open air mediterranean restaurant, enjoying expansive views across the night-time city. The State Tower was one of the locations used for the shooting of the Hangover Part 2 movie.
Shoulder bag by Celine. Pandora Medium Canvas bag by Givenchy. Two-tone Canvas Cap Toe CC Logo Espadrilles by Chanel. Love bracelets by Cartier. Oyster watch by Rolex.
On the last day of her vacation in Cambodia, Izabel Goulart visited the state-temple of Bayon in the city of Angkor Thom. She came face-to-face with one of the many serene and massive faces which dominate its towers. “I’m impressed with the beauty of this temple”, she said “over 216 gigantic faces on the temple towers”.
Izabel Goulart rose early this morning to watch the sunrise over the Angkor Wat Temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia. At around 6.30 a.m., she observed that magical moment as the sun rose over the temple. “One of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen”, she said.
Later she visited the 12th Century temple of Ta Prohm, which was used as a location in the film Tomb Raider. Unlike many of the other temples in Cambodia, Ta Prohm was left largely as it was found after centuries of neglect and abandonment. The massive tree roots of the silk-cotton tree are a distinctive feature of the site. “Getting to see Ta Prohm temple has always been a big desire of mine!! I’m so grateful to be here now!!”, said Izabel.
Izabel Goulart awoke to a new day in the Park Hyatt hotel in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Following breakfast at the hotel, she visited one of the Siem Reap floating villages, where local families of fishermen live and work. Later she visited Kirimanon Primary School, which she said reminded her of her early days at school. “I’m feeling so grateful and happy for this rejuvenating and unforgettable vacation”, she said.