I’m so enjoying these Bangkok pictures. Did you visit Chinatown?
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Thank you, Helen. We went to Chinatown in a morning at around 11 am, we found out that they started the after 1 pm. We didn’t have a chance to go back.
I should have a few more photos of Ayutthaya ready this week. 🙂
Oh good. I’m looking forward to seeing them.
What an interesting place.
Wish we could spend a little more time there. Thank you, Mary!
Fantastic perspectives in the first 2 picture, Amy!
Good Monday morning, Pit! Thank you, for visiting Bkk here. 🙂
I love distinctive architecture. These are really cool. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you, Dawn for taking a tour of BKK with me! 🙂
Amy, what a stunning design, especially the way the shadows moves on its curves. Well done. Happy Photo Challenge.
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Enjoyed this stroll through Bangkok, Amy, and the towering architecture perspectives.
Thank you for taking the tour with me, Jet! 🙂
Great to see these photos of a very different city. 🙂
Hope you enjoy the tour, Scifi! Appreciate your company. 🙂
Yes, very much enjoying the tour. 🙂
Amy, you always have a good eye for architecture!
Appreciate so much of your praise, Hien! 🙂
It must be like being the Grand Canyon of buildings, Amy. 🙂 Did you run into anyone while looking up to see all the amazing buildings?
Bkk is just like other metro cities in the world, packed with people. The population is over 8 mil people (according to census in 2010), pretty crowded. A 2,000 sq ft condominium in this area is about 2 mil US dollars. In some areas, you don’t own the land but lease it.
Wonderful perspectives. Are you in Bangkok?
Thank you, Mani! I have been back, wish I spent more time there. 🙂
Bangkok is a nice city… 🙂 have been there…
amazing indeed, I remember my brother’s pics!
Thank you for visiting, Cybele! A great city to photo architecture. 🙂
Cracking stuff, Amy! Like the composition of #1.
Thank you so much. It means so much coming from you, Reinhold.
Based on the photos I’ve seen recently, I really need to explore Bangkok. The mix of modern architecture with ornate (and ancient) temples looks amazing. And the food…
Thanks for the incredible teaser 😉
I was encouraged by my brother who have been Thailand a couple of times, and I was not disappointed. Hotel, food,… are cheap with great quality. Beach is so beautiful. The only thing was that I had a little problem with the heat and humidity.
Excellent photos, I think you will like my post of my home town
Asia is a fascinating place to visit!
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