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 served…

The Man with the Golden Gun

Hosted by Captain Robert of Boat in the Bay we sailed out from Phuket to take in the breathtaking scenes of the Andaman sea towards Phang Nga Bay. Sailing past Ko Yao Yai and Ko Yao Noi we were treated to some of Thailand’s most beautiful coastal scenery. Deserted sandy beaches and giant jungle-clad ancient…

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 Paknam…

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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About Me

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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