This departmental store employee hands out free food and drinks to a homeless guy visiting the store. This is real love.
Looks can be deceiving! Old grandpa might look frail, but he's far from it! Gives the young guy a fair beating in the wrestling match!
At his graduation ceremony, this son gives his medals to his mother, acknowledging that she is the one who deserves the credit. True love.
Sai Noi Floating Market in Bangkok, Thailand is located at Nonthaburi Province.
This poor koala was beyond thirsty when it met these kind cyclists who gave it water.
The Train Cemetery at Bang Sue in Bangkok is closed forever. Many people went and ruined the little amazing cemetery with drawings and paintings. So, The authority decided to lock down.
Address: 104/35 Soi Liap Thang Rotfai, Bang Sue, Bangkok 10900
The Bangkok Mass Transit System, commonly known as the BTS or the Skytrain, is an elevated rapid transit system in Bangkok, Thailand. It is operated by Bangkok Mass Transit System PCL, a subsidiary of BTS Group Holdings, under a concession granted by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration
Gota Coffee at Sai Noi Floating market is the best coffee in Nonthaburi, Thailand. Normally during weekends and during festivals the place will be packed with people.
Address : Sai Noi, Sai Noi District, Nonthaburi 11150
Bangkok is famous for its night market scene, but it's one that is rapidly ... The enormous site that makes up Chang Chui Creative Park.
Lively, modern destination featuring artisanal & designer shops, art exhibits, global fare & events.
Address: 460/8 Sirindhorn Rd, Bang Phlat, Bangkok 10700
Bang Pu, also known as Bang Pu Recreation Center is a seaside resort on the Bay of Bangkok belonging to Mueang Samut Prakan District, Samut Prakan Province, central Thailand.
A drive from Bangkok to Samut Prakan, mainly Bangpu is only about 37 Kilometers, which is less than a 1.3 hour drive. The area is also highly recommended to visit after visiting the Ancient City of Samut Prakan for a cool wind down from the activities spent in the Ancient City.
Erawan Museum is a museum in Samut Prakan Province, Thailand. It is well known for its giant three-headed elephant art display. The three storeys inside the elephant contain antiquities and priceless collections of ancient religious objects belonging to Khun Lek Viriyapant who is the museum owner.
ChangChui Creative Park
460/8 Sirindhorn Road
Saturday and Sunday 11:00 - 23:00
Monday till Friday from 4pm onwards
(Closes on Wednesday)
1 of World Greatest Places 2018
awarded by TIME Magazine.
ChangChui was build up with the strong passion to inspire visitors and local people to get new ideas through art, design, shops and entertainment. Since its opening in June, 2017, the new Bangkok's thriving creative park has been flagged as an extraordinary one-stop destination for everything art related in Thailand,
Algarrobo is a coastal resort town in central Chile. It’s known for beaches like El Canelillo, backed by pine forest. Just north of El Canelillo is Islote Pájaros Niños, a small rocky promontory inhabited by migratory Humboldt penguins. Northwest of El Canelillo is Islote Peñablanca y Punta de Peñablanca, a granite outcrop home to seabirds. Iglesia La Candelaria is a 19th-century church in the town center.
The temple was constructed in 1630 by the king Prasat Thong as the first temple of his reign, as a memorial of his mother's residence in that area. The temple's name literally means the Temple of long reign and glorious era. It was designed in Khom style, to be the victorious symbol for Ayutthaya in occasion of 199 years of destroying Khmer Empire.
Queen Sirikit Park is a botanical garden in Chatuchak District, Bangkok, Thailand. it is part of the larger Chatuchak Park complex. It was built in 1992 and named after Sirikit, Queen of Thailand to celebrate her 60th birthday.
Imagine going into this floor while you're high. Imagine the trip.
According to the official Thai history, referring to the investigations of the Royal Chronicles of Ayutthaya by Prince Damrong Rajanubhab, the history of Wat Mahathat starts in 1374 when King Borommaracha I erected a temple at this place, bearing another name:
"In the Year of the Tiger 736 C.S. Somdet Phra Borommarachathirat and Phra Mahathera Thammakanlayan built the great, glorious, holy, jewelled reliquary (Phra Si Rattana Mahathat) east of the palace (the Royal gable of the lion). He rose 19 wah in height and equipped with a nine-membered tip that is another 3 wah in height."
His nephew and successor Ramesuan (1369-1370, 1388-1395) expanded the site in 1384 to build a great temple, while he was here as a monk between his throne offices. During this time the temple got its present name.
WAT TAKHIAN FLOATING MARKET IS A POPULAR FLOATING MARKET THAT HAS A LOT OF PEOPLE TO SAY THAT BECAUSE IT IS NEAR BANGKOK, NOT FAR FROM RAMA 5 OR RAMA 5 BRIDGE, THE MARKET IS IN THE AREA OF WAT TAKHIAN THERE ARE MANY DELICIOUS FOOD INCLUDING VEGETABLES AND FRUITS FROM THE GARDEN. THE TEMPLE CAN DECORATE THE PLACE FOR BOTH CHILDREN AND ADULTS TO COME AS A FAMILY, RELAX AND MAKE MERIT ON HOLIDAYS.