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Skrevet d. 06-06-2022 09:40
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Bangkok Pride 2022 - Silom hosts Thailand's first Pride parade for 16 years!

The first pride parade to take part in Thailand's capital city for 16 years. Bangkok Naruemit Pride 2022 started its journey at the Sri Maha Mariamman Hindu Temple at 4pm. Tens of thousands of participants took part in this amazing spectacle of colour and diversity.



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Skrevet d. 07-06-2022 11:47
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Isan is the poorest region of Thailand: in 2002 average wages were the ... Isan (Isan/Thai: อีสาน; also written as Isaan, Isarn, Issan, ...
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Skrevet d. 09-06-2022 07:35
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Before-and-after footage shows how the bustling Ratchada Night Train Market has been destroyed over the last two years due to the pandemic.


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Skrevet d. 11-06-2022 08:57
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Watch snooker cues made by hand in A Thai workshop favoured by Ronnie O'Sullivan.

The cues begin life as a block of wood before being shaped and sanded at O'Min Cues in Minburi on the outskirts of Bangkok.

Owner Somkiat Kulawattanaporn is nicknamed O'Min. He is one of the most well-known suppliers in Asia.

Ronnie O'Sullivan and Jimmy White are among those who have ordered his handmade cues. A photo of The Rocket visiting his shop even takes pride of place on a wall of photographs.

This place is well worth a visit for anyone who likes snooker or pool!


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Skrevet d. 15-06-2022 12:08
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A crumbling 200-year-old Chinese house has been converted into a cafe in Bangkok's Talat Noi district.

Patina Bangkok Cafe owners renovated the property for customers to enjoy the traditional architecture of the Chinese settlers in Thailand in the 19th century.

The two-story home has arched doors and two ancient Chinese wells with Thai-style wooden windows and vintage furniture.

Walls was decorated with paint peeling off the house from repeated painting and erosion of the wall that is more than two centuries old.

Patina Cafe opens from 9 am to 6 pm while the bar zone opens from 5 pm to 11 pm.


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Skrevet d. 18-06-2022 08:06
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Skrevet d. 19-06-2022 13:08
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The return of Music in the Park gives people in Bangkok a chance to enjoy the tunes after the coronavirus silenced the concerts for more than two years.

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Skrevet d. 23-06-2022 15:23
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Colourful parrots were displayed allowing families to get to know the creatures at shopping mall in Bangkok.

The birds included finches, canaries, mini parrots, macaws, and lovebirds at the Central World building.

Organisers said the stand allowed children to touch the birds, take pictures and feed them. Vendors were also selling pet supplies.


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The Thai massage trade is picking up as tourists return to the country.

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Skrevet d. 27-06-2022 09:13

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Stray cats have taken over the sight of the night train market in Ratchada. The popular market couldn't survive the drought of customers during the recent difficult years. It's now just wasteland with cats roaming. However, there are plans from new owners Central Group to develop the land, so something new should be appearing there soon.

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Skrevet d. 28-06-2022 13:43
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Her er seks af de bedste flycaféer i Bangkok eller inden for en nem køreafstand.

De omfatter et tidligere US Air Force-fly, der er blevet omdannet til en cafe på en tankstation i Chachaongsao, på vej til Pattaya .

En McDonnell Douglas MD-80, der blev skrottet i 2019, er nu et farverigt spisested i Bangkok.

En pensioneret Boeing 747 jumbojet serverer snacks og drinks i Bangkok. Mens en nedlagt Airbus A330 tiltrækker besøgende til Sattahip i Chonburi-provinsen.

Thai Airways brugte reservedele til fly til at åbne denne restaurant, der serverede varme måltider i deres hovedkvarter i Bangkok.

Og en cafe på Chatuchak Weekend Market bruger et gammelt militærfly.

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Skrevet d. 07-07-2022 09:08
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Food vendors have been a constant presence in Bangkok – but thousands of them are now being chased off the streets thanks to a move by Thailand’s military government to ‘clean up’ the country.





Bangkok is known as much for its smell as its sights.

For decades the noisy bustle of street vendors selling papaya salad, braised duck, grilled chicken, fish, noodles and other local delicacies, has been a constant presence across the city.

Many sidewalks are densely crowded with stalls selling food and drink, clothes and jewelry, toys and lottery tickets – an energetic constant the city has become known for.

But soon this could become the Bangkok of years past.

In a bid to “clean up” the city, the authorities have already cleared away thousands of vendors. At the same time a major riverfront development will see whole communities evicted.

In one small community on the Chao Phraya River, local families are preparing for the day they’ll be moved away, to be replaced by a concrete promenade. “It’s like they want to wipe out the poor,” one woman tells Dateline reporter Amos Roberts.
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Skrevet d. 09-07-2022 09:44
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Bangkok har alt untaget TuristerGrin

This cool little flea market gathers vintage items all in one place.

There’s also an old Vietnam-era plane converted into a cafe at The Camp market area in Chatuchak, Bangkok.



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Skrevet d. 09-07-2022 22:09
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Hæ hæ, jamen så må de jo begynde at behandle os bedre, ingen farangpriser og anden humbug.
De må se i øjnene at de skal forsørge sig selv, vi andre har nok at se til i forvejen derhjemme uden også at forsørge dem på vores ferie music
Anarki eller Kaos.
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Skrevet d. 12-07-2022 14:20
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The Happy Buds truck sells fresh cannabis on Khaosan Road. Owner 'Louis' has converted the food stand into a late-night weed dispensary. Tourists are able to buy and smoke outside one of the many bars along the bustling road. The strains start at 700 Baht (16.25 GBP) per gram. They include Bangkok Night Nurse, Mango, Wild Thai, Sour Diesel and Tomyum. The surreal scene came as ministers decriminalized marijuana. Hundreds of stalls and shops around the country are now openly selling the drug.

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Skrevet d. 14-07-2022 09:43
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Nightlife is picking up on Khaosan Road again. Travel restrictions have eased and its a green light for bars and clubs. Even the crazy mask rule has been dropped.



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Skrevet d. 15-07-2022 10:31
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Bangkok before the Skytrain was a very different place as you’ll see in this footage filmed in the 1980s.



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Skrevet d. 17-07-2022 17:05
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Hvem ville ikke ønske, at de havde en tidsmaskine til at rejse tilbage til Bangkok for 50 år siden for på egen hånd at opleve, hvordan byen var dengang?

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Skrevet d. 19-07-2022 14:37
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dejligt ingen mundbind nu mangler vi bare at de smider toppen Grin

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