Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper’s hectic schedules take up most of his time, but the actor reveals that he always tries and manages to take time out to pursue his passion for travelling.
That, he says, is not only his love but also a way to de-stress. Also he loves interacting with people which he thinks is the best way to unwind.Bradley, who had recently shot for the sequel of Hangover inBangkok, says that it was the ultimate holiday for him and that Thailand was the perfect destination where he married his work with leisure, adding that he just fell in love with the place.
“Yeah, we had spent Christmas in Chiang Mai (a significant holiday destination in northern Thailand), which is incredible.But I would echo what Todd (Philips, his director) is saying.For me, I just fell in love with Bangkok.We spent two weeks in the resort town and I couldn’t wait to get back to Bangkok,” he says. “I actually took a liking to Top Menu, which was a Chinese Restaurant where I ate a lot in Bangkok,” he added.
So, what is the best part of the place that made his Bangkok sojourn so memorable when he was shooting for Hangover 2 there? According to the actor, it’s the people that made the place so dear to him.
“The people in Bangkok in general are beautiful, men and women.It’s got such beautiful aesthetics.It’s incredible and certainly the women are gorgeous over there,” said Bradley.
“There’s just something about the spirit of the people there.I mean, they call it the ‘Land of a Thousand Smiles,’ and there’s a reason for that.There’s just an openness and gentility, which is very infectious.There’s something about the energy of the women and the people there that is infectious and that you want to be around.That’s one of the reasons why I fell in love with Bangkok and would go back in a heartbeat,” the Hollywood hottie shared.
He also recalls the fun time he had with former heavy weight boxing champion Mike Tyson which also made his Bangkok trip a memorable one. “Mike was amazing.It was great to see him.First of all, he looked fantastic.He lost about 50 pounds and was in great spirits.We got to spend a lot of time with him,” he added.