Incredible Asia: Bangkok

Our last destination in Thailand was Bangkok, the capital. We spent only one day there. When already on the plane from the city, a fellow passenger told me she could live in Thailand. As she said, “Things are easy there”.

Maybe it’s true. I really don’t know. Although I guess it’s very subjective. After one day I couldn’t say I could stay in Bangkok. Yet I felt spending more time could change my mind, and I truly enjoyed the day anyway.

For me Bangkok will remain as a city of tuk-tuks, friendly people, tasty food, massage, and streetwalkers.

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Taking a tuk tuk to the hotel with an wesome local driver. There will be many tuk tuks during this day.

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No clue what that motto in the hotel room means :).

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Welcome to Bangkok.

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The hustle-bustle of Thailand’s capital.

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Another tuk-tuk: going somewhere.

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Street food is the best.

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Enjoying the local taste

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And another stylish pinky tuk-tuk

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Going out for dinner to the popular Terminal 21 mall.

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Replica of the Golden Bridge inside the mall.

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Lots of people. lots of cheap and tasty food.

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When in Thailand, you’ll be offered massage at every corner, including “special massage”.

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Thank you and good-bye Bangkok and Thailand. Time to move on!

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