Thong Lo

Thong Lo, officially named Soi Sukhumvit 55. A trendy road in the Watthana District of Bangkok.  Once suburban, this area enjoyed a development boom in the early-2000’s.  New boutiques, restaurants and bars emerged and the condos followed, partly driven by a significant Japanese Expat community.  Less touristy and on trend.  First class Japanese food servedContinue reading “Thong Lo”

Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen

Catching a long tail boat for a tour of the Khlongs (canals) is one of my favourite ways to explore Bangkok.  In a tropical monsoon climate, there is relief to be found in the river breeze.  Along Khlong Dan we happened across the assembly of a 69-metre-tall Buddha statue at the royal temple, Wat PaknamContinue reading “Wat Paknam Bhasicharoen”

Babies on Bags for Babies

Not that I have a baby; but if i did, I’d be tempted to kit them out with one of these Babies on Bags for Babies. Which one would I choose? The Unicorn of course. CentralPlaza Rama III, Bangkok.


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Brilliant Bangkok with it’s wonderous Temples, bustling markets and smiling faces. A mesh of old and new. A street photographer’s paradise. Spaces that delight with urban design. Food that livens up the taste buds and soul. Welsh Expat capturing the city as it comes to life post-lockdown with FujiFilm X-Pro 2.

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