In the neck of my woods, Penang is known for a few things – great street art, great street food and a UNESCO World Heritage city. All of that were exciting, enticing and engaging a first time visitor like myself. As I was exploring the island-city I became enchanted with front doors of some of the heritage houses.
The marbled floor of a posh exploratorium in Bangkok. In response to Color Your World: Timberwolf.
Sala Chaloem Thani or the Nang Loeng Cinema, is the original wooden cinema in Thailand. Built in 1918, the cinema showed films for over 75 years until it’s closing in 1993. It’s a landmark in the city’s cultural tour due to it’s proximity to Nang Loeng Market.
In response to One Word Photo Challenge: Film.
Another Portuguese heritage, the Holy Rosary Church, built in 1786 on the banks of the Chao Phaya River.
In response to Color Your World: Wild Blue Yonder.
Wat Ra-kang or the Temple of Bells is known for it’s colorful bells. In response to Color Your World: Pacific Blue.
In the early evening, the Golden Mount Temple is lit atop its man-made mountain. In response to to WP Weekly Photo Challenge:Atop
Empty seats along the way to the gate of Suvarnabhumo Airport of Bangkok. In response to Color Your World: Pine Green.
The clock tower in Lumpini Park is one of the original building since King Rama VI bequeathed the land on which the park stands today. In response to Color Your World: Almond.