The famous old Mae Klong train market since 1905 outside Bangkok creates dramatic and stunning photos. Too many elements from the old colourful buildings, broken makeshift tents to random people on their daily lives. Local vendors line up their stalls along the tracks and rush to clear it when the train signals to pass.
Grand Canyon, Chonburi, Thailand Thinking of offering free photography services around Bangkok just to practice more and improve my skills.
I’ve been away from blogging for almost two months now. I got a bit busy with some personal things. Also, … More
I’m not shy. Maybe, you are not just worth my time. – turtle.
Living away from home in another country changes you. Your opinions, perspectives, habits and things that you find superficial versus … More
Does love know distance? We first met outside a bar in Bangkok. Unexpectedly, an ordinary night turned out to be … More
57th street restaurant in JW Marriott Hotel recently opened in Bangkok, Thailand. I and my 7 friends decided to try … More
Last Sunday, it was Thailand’s New year or what they call Songkran Day. I was in Pattaya, on the east … More
A relatively new restaurant in an astounding setting in northeast of Bangkok. It is like a theme park, a 2.56 … More
If you are in Bangkok, Thailand, don’t forget to pop in at Baiyoke Tower II. It is the tallest building … More
Dusit Zoo was Thailand’s very first zoo and has been around for more than 60 years. If ever you’re in … More
Last year, I had been to 4 Asian countries – Hongkong, Macau, Viet Nam and Thailand for a much needed … More