Bangkok has change a lot since 2006 when we was last there. Some of it is not for the better.
In the complex of the reclining Buddha
The Reclining Buddha is within the Wat Po temple complex in Bangkok. It is associated with king Rama I and the Buddha is 46m long.
Back in 2006 this was a ship repair yard. Today it is a modern night market with shops, restaurants and night entertainment complexes.
A lot of the old building along the Chao Phraya river in Bangkok are being replace by international commerial premises, like Starbucks, Mcdonolds and very up market shops. it is starting to loose it's old character
Boats and barges on the Chao Phraya river.
Bang Pa-In Palace
Built by King Prasat Tong in 1632 has served as the Royal Summer Palace for the Kings. Today it is open to mainly visitors. As King Bhumibol Adulyadej and his family very rarely use it for banquets.
Aisawan Dhiphya-Asana Pavilion
The old ruined city of Ayutthaya, once was the capital of Thailand. King Ramathibodi I founded the city in 1350. In 1767 Burmese army pillaged the city and it lost most of it valuable objects. It become a Unesco Would Heritage Site in 1991.
The Golden Monk Statue is in Luang Pu on the road north to Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle.
Wat Rong Khun
The White Temple in Chiang Rai. It is owned by Chalermchai kositpipat, designed and constructed the temple. It opened to visitors in 1997
This symbols the people sent to hell and asking for help.
There is all these faces with root beards hanging in trees all around the temple
Akha Traditional Dress
The Akha tribe live in foot hills of the Himalayas, Northern Thailland and originate from China
Long Neck Karen
The long neck Karen tribal people live in the foot hills in nortern Thailand