Photo Diary & Postcards From Bangkok, Thailand
Sometimes I like to let the pictures do the talking where there is something magical about a photo, where a moment captured in a shot can be cherished and saved forever. Memories that are long forgotten come alive in an instant when you come across an old photograph. I want to start off with my first photo diary with a selection of images that I feel capture the hidden and minute details in ‘hustling, bustling’ city such as Bangkok.
Here you will find a collection of moments from my trip and short captions to summarise each moment. If you’re looking for more of what to see & do in Bangkok visit my post Bangkok In 24 Hours.
Bangkok Skyline Views
60th Floor Banyan Treen Bangkok
Compliments of the Chef - Baby Octopus Appetiser
Read more about my experience dining at the luxurious Banyan Tree Bangkok Vertigo Restaurant here
“It’s a long way up -but it’s worth it!”
Obeying the temple rules - “Hit softly plz!”
Yaowarat Road - Chinatown
Street Food Market delivery by foot
Feed your pennies to the buddha and you’ll receive good luck!
Interiors of the Grand Palace
Changing of the Guards at the Royal Palace
Temple of The Emerald Buddha
Escalated crossroads & hanging streamers at MBK Shopping Centre
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I edit my photos with Adobe Lightroom.
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