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.
Thong Lor is one of the trendiest area in Bangkok. It’s a great place for a night out or just to hangout on cafes to read books, some homework or do people watching.
Ratchaburi offers a tranquil break from the maddening crowd of Bangkok. It’s an off-the-beaten excellent choice for a short weekend getaway.
The Chinatown Yaowarat is a fascinating colorful night market. It’s a chaotic street with food stalls flocked by both locals and foreigners unmindful of Bangkok’s humidity. The neighborhood boasts both exotic and common finds full of interesting surprises.
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Thank you to aA Photo Club for letting us invade their 12th anniversary trip. Sawatdee ka.
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