An observation deck in Bangkok is probably the only place in which you can breathe fresh air and avoid the humidity that kills you ( especially in January when I was there ).
Bangkok is a quite polluted place with an incredible and fascinating mix of ancient temples and modern skyscrapers.
Fresh fruit stand at the Tha Tien Pier, Bangkok
Monks at the Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand
Richly decorated detail in one of the temples of the Grand Palace, Bangkok
Buddhist temple within the Grand Palace complex.
The area contains a huge amount of temples, courts and buildings.
The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam (and later Thailand) since 1782.
Grand Palace building complex contains ornamented and opulent temples
A woman praying in a Buddhist temple in Bangkok
A Buddhist temple with blue pagodas, Grand Palace complex, Bangkok
The river, crowded with touristic and commercial boats, is widely used as an internal transportation route within the vast city of Bangkok.
This rooftop is considered to be among the 10 best in the world.
A small part of the movie Hangover 2 was filmed here.
A short (150 meter long) street, 40 bars of all kinds…
Statues of Buddha within the Wat Pho temples complex.
Wat Pho is known for the Reclining Buddha, a 46 meters-long statue (151 ft) representing Buddha.