Pictures of Thailand

Although this blog is mostly dedicated to Korea, there are many interesting destinations in the neighborhood. Plus, these are some great photos from our friend Brick in Thailand. Enjoy.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

One of Bangkok’s busiest and traffic ridden streets, Asoke. Light trails here show but a glimpse of the relentless traffic in a creative presentation.

 

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Man-made wonders a float near Si Chang island. A necessary and routine escape from city life.

 

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Silhouettes VS the Stairs. Art in life lives in all the light.

 

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

A symmetrically point of view of Thailand’s contrast, diminishing nature and encroaching urbanization.

 

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Got a light? With Bokeh in the background this fire stick is a marvel of man for sure. 

 

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

One of the largest bridges in Thailand, the Bhumibol Bridge was named after the current King of Thailand. Red white and blue lights shine in the night.

 

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

 A storm always brings the most beautiful skies, Its always best to see things through the storm and the shine.

 

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Getting a bit dirty with a Honda. If your bike isn’t getting dirty, you’re not having fun.

 

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

While riding through Khao Yai National Park in Central Thailand, It isnt hard to spot these large beasts. It was funny watching all the cars wait and back up as the elephant slowing trotted through the streets with no care in the world. 

 

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Photo credit: Brick. Visit our friend Brick on instagram to see more.

Sometimes tourist traps provide awesome picturesque views of the bustling city of Bangkok. Take while atop the famous Wat Arun looking over the Chao Phraya river.

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