The best of Bangkok

In early January I spent 4 days in Thailand’s capital. It was noisy, exciting, colourful and the perfect start to our 5 week holiday.

Streets of Sukhamvit
Streets of Sukhamvit
Street scene
Street scene
Pharmacy
Pharmacy

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River taxi
River taxi
Temple feet
Temple feet
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace
The Grand Palace
Flower Markets
Flower Markets
Boy in markets
Boy in markets
Royal smiles
Royal smiles
Street
Street
Tuk tuk
Tuk tuk
River view
River view
River view 2
River view 2
Ferry across the river
Ferry across the river

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Telephones
Telephones

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Wat Arun
Wat Arun
Skybar
Skybar
Skybar
Skybar
Skybar
Skybar
Skybar
Skybar
Skybar
Skybar
Market woman
Market woman
Market woman 2
Market woman 2
Floating markets
Floating markets
Lunch
Lunch
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp
Sunkissed
Sunkissed
Temple-ing
Temple-ing
Temple-ing
Temple-ing
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2 thoughts

  1. Nice shots. They really bring me back there.

    I’ve been to Thailand several times (I live in Korea) and sometimes blog about Thailand too, and I’m always looking to connect with other bloggers who share similar interests. Please drop by Sweet Pickles and Corn if you have a minute. My most recent post is a tongue-in-cheek look at the things that I don’t like about Thailand (because I wasnt able to be there this winter and am stuck at home reading about my friends’ trips on facebook). Cheers and enjoy your travels!

    1. Thanks for your comment!
      You’re blog looks great. I certainly agree with your post regarding what not to like about Thailand. Great sense of humour!
      Thanks, and safe travels!

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