Visual Diary of My Trip to Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Tuktuk

Going through the photos that I took during my trip to Bangkok is making me miss the place dearly. It being my first time there, my first impression of the city is it’s vibrancy. A city that’s constantly throbbing with energy and activity. Visually vibrant as well. Filled with colours that are extremely stimulating and vitalising.

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Central World

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Buildings

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Taxi

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Greyhound Cafe

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Street

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Street Art

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide On The Road

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Nightscape

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Culture

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Mango Sticky Rice

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Food Dessert

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Dessert

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Street Haircut

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Nightlife

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Local

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Alley Food Stall

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Beef Noodle Soup

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Architecture

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Neighbourhood

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Warm Hot Ice Cream

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Store

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Market

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Wet Market

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Local Pushcart

Bangkok Thailand Trip Travel Guide Plane Window Shot Sky

I also love how the city is filled with juxtaposing elements. I could easily capture a photo consisting of a high-rise, futuristic-looking building next to a run down old house. In the day I could be shopping in malls, at night I could be shopping in night markets by the roads. I could be having high tea in a posh cafe then find myself eating a bowl of beef noodles in an alley. The constant mismatch everywhere I go is fascinating and a little odd at first, but I adapted and grew to adore it.

For this trip, I’m extremely fortunate to be able to stay in a hotel for the first few days and with a friend for the rest of it. The hotel I stayed in was great. Clean, cheap, convenient, the staff were friendly, no complains really. However, I’ve got to say, staying at my friend’s and her family was a great decision. I got to experience life as a local. Simple, mundane things like eating where the locals do, a food stall tucked away in an alley amongst the houses. Help get groceries at the wet market where the locals do every day. Or maybe it’s the feeling of returning “home” from a long day out. To me, these experiences are the highlights of my trip, precious and invaluable.

All in all I thoroughly enjoyed my first trip to Bangkok. Already made plans to head back there! Hopefully, in time, I’ll be able to explore more of Thailand.

Love,

V

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24 Comments

  1. I just had to check out your Bangkok diary post. I just came back from a month there & I’m seriously missing the heat! It’s making the cold here even worse haha
    I recognise so many places from you photos. Totally craving khao niao mamuang after seeing your photos!

    TFM BLOG

  2. I know exactly what you mean! I love the place, the people and the food~ Can't wait to go back again. Thank you for the lovely comment and for dropping by~

    Love, V.

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