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  • Bangkok's Chinatown

    Bangkok's Chinatown
    Amongst the alleys, shops and temples of Chinatown, you never know what you're going to find. It's a great place to get lost with your camera!
  • Assumption University Thailand -Suvarnabhumi Campus

    Assumption University Thailand -Suvarnabhumi Campus
    The recent host of the World's University Debate Championships has a spectacular campus to compliment the gracious students who volunteered their time. ABAC as it is called by it's population is a Lomographer's paradise. With structures that combine both the best of Thai and European architecture and a huge campus lined with so many sites to see, its no wonder why a week wasn't enough for me to shoot half of what this spectacular school had to offer.
  • Cha Am Beach: Perfect for Sand, Sun, and Sea

    Cha Am Beach: Perfect for Sand, Sun, and Sea
    This is my guide to as island getaway to Cha Am Beach in Thailand. I went for a getaway to the quiet and serene Cha Am Beach with my family last month! Read more after the jump!
  • Serendipity in Amphawa, Thailand

    Serendipity in Amphawa, Thailand
    Amphawa is a comfortable, laid-back small town that's perfect to spend a leisurely weekend at.
  • Saxophone Pub

    Saxophone Pub
    Saxophone Pub is a well-known pub in the heart of BKK/Bangkok, Thailand, crowded with stylish people waiting their favourite jazzy bands. It's where you'll find your lomo grooves!
  • Playground

    Playground
    Ask yourself - are you super stylish, are you fashion-directed, are you a fashion victim? If you could answer yes to one of the questions above or maybe all of them - you should not miss out this concept store located at SOI THONGLOR. This is like the famous concept store COLETTE in Paris but bigger, housing a Starbucks, 2 restaurant, a cooking school, magazine store, music corner, art space and of course the fashion clothing, jewelry, stationary, furniture, utensils for kitchen, appliances, decorations and other nick-nacks. What ever that is hot, new, avant garde, weird, trendy and limited edition - you will find it here.
  • China Town - Bangkok

    China Town - Bangkok
    Chinatown is a colorful, exotic and active area all day long. Chinatown is known as Yaowarat in Thai language. This is a large community of Chinese people settle in Thailand. They still continue their own traditions and religious practices. Chinatown starts from the symbolic China Gate and follows mainly Yaowarat Road. Along the road there are lots of gold shops, which open at Chiana Town for a long time.
  • SUK11 in Sukhumvit

    SUK11 in Sukhumvit
    If you're looking for a place not so crowded and noisy with drunken hippie backpackers like in Khaosan Road, then Suk11 in Sukhumvit district it's the right place for you. The guesthouse is based on wooden Thai traditional house with lots of greenery and good sense of traditional interior decoration. Owned and run by a friendly, fluent English-speaking family which is be really helpful with the traveling tips.
  • Prachaup Khiri Khan (Kui Buri)

    Prachaup Khiri Khan (Kui Buri)
    Kui Buri is district in Prachaup Khiri Khan, in the south of Thailand. Most people earn a living as a farmer or a fisherman because the big area is plain and near the Gulf of Thailand. The beach at Kui Buri very quiet and native. There is a small village around here. No big hotel or department store.
  • Wat Phra Kaew

    Wat Phra Kaew
    Wat Phra Kaew. If you have a chance to visit Thailand, Wat Phra Kaew is a destination you should not miss!!!
  • Khao Takiab Beach, Thailand

    Khao Takiab Beach, Thailand
    Situated in Prajuabkirikan Province where is 180 kilometre from Bangkok, Hua Hin is the most popular recreation town for years. There are many beautiful beaches around and Takiab Beach is my destination.
  • Benjakitti Park

    Benjakitti Park
    Benjakitti Park is located in the heart of Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand. It is very convenient to go there, just take MRT (subway) and get off at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center station. As for me, this park is my favorite! It is not far from my house and it takes only 5 minutes to walk there. Benjakitti Park is a park for health as we are provided many equipments to work out.
  • Siam Bangkok

    Siam Bangkok
    Located at the heart of Bangkok, Siam is the most popular district where there is everything! You can shop for many stuff here at a reasonable prize at MBK and stalls and also there are many high end malls like Siam Discovery, Siam Center and Siam Paragon.
  • Cha-Am Beach (Phetchburi)

    Cha-Am Beach (Phetchburi)
    Hat Cha-am or Cha-am beach is a beautiful beach, twined with Hau Hin of Prachuap Khiri Khan. Cha-am has a long beach full of water activities such as riding jet ski, playing on banana boat and so on. For seafood lovers, don't miss to visit the beach because on the beach has deck chairs to lay yourself all day long, and you can buy seafood to taste while you are impressive beautiful view of the beach.
  • Bangpu

    Bangpu
    Located not far away from Bangkok, Bangpu in Samutprakan province is one of the most popular relaxing place to go. This is a place for relaxation. Also, you can learn and appreciate nature. It is a center where seagulls of various species gather. Plus, you will see a school of "Mudskippers", fish that you can see in Thailand's mangrove area only!
  • Chatuchak Weekend Market

    Chatuchak Weekend Market
    Though there are many markets throughout Bangkok, Chatuchak Weekend Market is still pretty much the undisputed king of them all. Chatuchak is pronounced as Jatujak and simply known by the local people as JJ. This weekend market is a-must-place to visit (or to shop) if you visiting Bangkok simply because it is the biggest open air market in the world. It covers over 35 acres and contains more than 10,000 stalls selling practically everything under the sun. Such as the smallest nails, to foods, trendy fashions, antiques intricate wooden carvings, masks from far-off lands, adorable fluffy dogs, colorful fish of every hue and singing birds. Once inside the market, you will be catch up in a world of bursting crowds and stalls stretching as far as the eyes can see.
  • Strawberry "Running on Empty" Exhibition

    Strawberry
    On 22 February, 2008, I went to an extraordinary exhibition named Strawberry, an art exhibition at J Gallery, Sukumvit Road with my friends. The artist of the show is Mr.Thaweesak Srithongdee whose AKA is Lolay. I was invited to the exhibition on the opening day........
  • Saen Saeb Canal

    Saen Saeb Canal
    The Saen Saeb Canal was built by the order of King Rama III during the conflict between Annam about Cambodia to establish a water transport for soldiers and weapons to Cambodia. The construction started in 1837 and was finished three years after.
  • Rommaninat Park (Bangkok)

    Rommaninat Park (Bangkok)
    My favorite park is called Rommaninat Park. The park is located in the inner part of Bangkok. It used to be a prison but now it is a park where Bangkokians can visit and relax. I like to see people relaxing in the park, some couples spending time together, some kids on the playground, some people jogging in the park and etc. I like to shoot fountains and buildings in the park. I like this park because it is located in the heart of the city, not far from my home and I can see people's lives in the park. But you know what ... I've found out that the favorite activity of mine is to sleep in the park.
  • Go Green at Rod Fai Park (Bangkok)

    Go Green at Rod Fai Park (Bangkok)
    How hot is our world! It’s a popular sentence people speak out loud today. I’ll say yes to Global Warming. We are part of the biggest world’s problem. The earth has higher temperature, it must have many bad factors and we, everybody, make it happen without being unaware. There are too main causes activating Global Warming. First, it is “water pollution”. And second, it is the “forest losses.” If we could have been more responsible for the earth, Global Warming would have never happened. Don’t take it too seriously, I am peaceful.

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