Categories Gallery Wandering Around Bangkok Post author By Matt Post date March 11, 2010 25 Comments on Wandering Around Bangkok Arriving in Bangkok at the Peninsula, and wandering around the streets for a few hours. 3 Comments Matt Mullenweg 1 Comment DVD backup?3 Comments Bird cage 1 Comment Chicken and pork skewers Some sort of fish Broken telephone booth Line of tuk-tuks Glass & Alcohol & Soda & Ice & Hang!!!3 Comments Row of empty Coke bottles Barber shop lamp Auto CAD Ploting [sic] / Color Laser Printing Older lady reading newspaper Computer store! Intel Core processors, Gigabyte motherboard, and Radeon video card Colored scooters Sewing lady Fire truck? 1 Comment 1 Comment Building a dragon head Monk on a boat KFC is everywhere This guy fell out of the boat One of my favorite photos from today 1 Comment Military boat2 Comments Man sweeping Sleeping in a tuk-tuk1 Comment Matt Mullenweg Ingenious power distribution1 Comment He caught a plastic bag, and the boy couldn’t be happier. Throwing a bag of cucumbers Chiles! 1 Comment 1 Comment Look at the legs hanging out 1 Comment Look at the second from top floor, it’s bumping1 Comment Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Bangkok Unrest → Bangkok Boat Tour 25 replies on “Wandering Around Bangkok” Wow! Very cool site with beautiful color pictures. I like this blog in pictures. Cool stuff. My mom actually grew up in Thailand in Suphan Buri. Maybe someday I’ll make it out there. Wonderful pics, I love the colors of this city 🙂 Bangkok is one of my favorite places in the world, so crazy, so inspiring…wish you lots of fun there 🙂 Stunning. Beautiful pictures. I visited there 25 years ago. It should be very different now. What I recall is that it was so smelly everywhere in the town. I can never forget that unique and weird smell that I haven’t found any other places yet. Is it not smelly any longer probably? The smells were definitely “Asian” but in a jasmine / incense way, not a bad way. The Peninsula Bangkok, one of my favorite hotels in the world! Was part of the opening team back in ’98, had such a great time there. Now moving back to the City of Angels! Love your pictures and Blog! Thank you. 🙂 It’s a pity that photos cannot convey the unique aromas of BKK, there’s no city quite like it. Absolutely beautiful thanks for sharing! Beautiful Pictures. I can say it is a real Thai traditional. I live in Phuket and not see some kind of picture for long. Good job. Dude, nice photos. Can’t wait to be able to travel like that. What kind of camera do you use? It usually says in the metadata under the photo — all of these were with a Nikon D3s. Those are some great pictures Matt! Did you buy any computer parts at that store? Nope! So you’re in Bangkok? Fun place, and very different from … anywhere else really! I have lived here for 6 years, and still love it. Nice to see the photos – it’s good to see the city through someone else’s eyes. Enjoy the trip! (Oh – and if it’s computer parts you want to see, you should take a trip to Pantip Plaza on Petchaburi Road – fantastic place) Hope some Thai Blogger shoot your pictuce and write a blog about you in Thailand. 🙂 I need to do these too. Taking photos of anything 🙂 love it Man had I known you were going to be here I would have bought you a drink and taken you to a few really cool places to eat. As someone who has lived in Bangkok and still lives in thailand and uses WordPress all the time – it would have been good to show my appreciation. Next Time Do make sure you take some time to check out the meditation centers in Bangkok. While not as hardcore as the ones upcountry, Wat Mahadhatu (across from Wat Phra Kaeo, the royal palace) has a well-known meditation center at section five. Tell them Phra Noah sent you 🙂 P.S. Thx for WordPress. I come from Thailand and I live in Bangkok. Although I am very happy that you came to my country , I am very sad not see you. This comment Translate by Google Translate because I’m not good at English. 🙂 This is a really wonderful batch of photos! They work together as a great portrait of the city. Bangkok looks a bit like Mexico with all the markets, street vendors, etc. Very nice photos, some places I’ve never seen. It’s weird… looking at the photos, I can almost smell the city. (In a good way.) I love the colors. nice Comments are closed.