Bangkok Travel Diary
Hi guys! I went to Bangkok with my family last month and I just want to share with you some of the places we visited.
I almost didn’t want to post this because my camera files got corrupted and I lost most of the photos I took 😦 It’s so sad! I love taking photos when I travel and I think they make really priceless memories and souvenirs, so I was really crestfallen when I saw that the bulk of my photos were gone. I guess it was a good thing it wasn’t my first time in the city…
of course I’m telling myself that so I won’t feel so bad…
But anyway! Let me share with you what I can, yes?
First tidbits and view of the city. I don’t have much because I was too busy shopping the first few days, and unfortunately, those were the only photos that weren’t corrupted.
Random canal I always pass by on the way to Baiyoke market and Platinum mall.
Me and my sister on top of Fa Sai 🙂 She’s a 30 year-old elephant from the Elephant village.
Temple snapshots! A trip to Bangkok isn’t complete without a visit to one of the 400+ temples in the city alone.
The ubiquitous Tuk-tuk which is a cross between a tricycle and a jeepney. If you choose to ride this when you visit Bangkok, hold on to your belongings like your life depends on it because the driver will drive like a boss. I am not kidding.
Can you see Pratunam market?
Don’t be alarmed! These weren’t used to beat people bloody….
It was used to cook sticky rice. 😉
Random snapshots of a very small number of street vendors. You’d be overwhelmed when you see just how many there are in real life.
A cute bunny in the alligator farm.
Just to end this brief travel diary with a cute and furry note.
Hope you guys enjoyed this post 🙂