Walks Around Bangkok

A walk from National Stadium BTS station to Sanam Luang Park in Phra Nakhon. A mere 4.2km, that’s no distance in my world! Just wear sensible shoes and make sure you keep hydrated. Enjoy your travels 😉

 

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Songwat Road; Chinatown at its best

Part of Bangkok’s Chinatown is the lovely Songwat Road. It’s great just to meander along seeing life as it happens at a much more relaxed pace when comparing it to Yaowarat Road. Before you get to Charoen Krung Road, look out for Soi Wanit 2 to continue your journey south; Chinatown at its best.

Explore. Discover. Enjoy! 🙂

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Early Morning Park Views

Some early morning park views at Rama IX Park, Bangkok. These photographs were taken in February 2016.

A Rising Story- Part 3

I have been keeping my eye on this building and have been taking photographs of the construction since August last year. I can even see it from my apartment window. Here’s how it looked in January 2016. Completion is set for September 2016. I can’t wait to see the finished article.

Colours in Bangkok

When I go out with my camera, I sometimes set myself a challenge in order to stop myself taking literally hundreds of photographs; one of my little challenges is colours. Here are a few I found in Bangkok in October 2015. What challenges do you set yourself with your camera?

Art and Angles

Another day at Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre. October 2015 🙂

Bangkok’s Grand Palace

Photographs taken in September 2015

Home Views

A few photographs from my backyard

Phra Nakhon

Bangkok is a city with many things to see. Here is one of my favourite places and possibly the most interesting of all; Phra Nakhon