The Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, a grand European-style reception hall within Dusit Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. It was commissioned by King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) in 1908. The building was completed in 1915, 5 years after Rama V’s death in 1910.
In response to WP Daily Prompt: Glorious
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.
Couple of tourists walking along the street near the Grand Palace. In response to Color Your World: Cornflower.
Empty seats along the way to the gate of Suvarnabhumo Airport of Bangkok. In response to Color Your World: Pine Green.
The ‘green’ clock in Chatuchak Park. In response to Color Your World: Green.
My favorite girl with the saxophone busking on Silom sidewalk. She’s not there very often, but when I hear the sax, I know it’s her.
In response to Cee’s B&W: Music.
The orange color of sunset. In response to Color Your World: Sunset Orange.
I couldn’t resist even though it’s very late. In response to Cee’s Black & White – Looking Through a Window.
Bangkok is known to be one of the most congested cities in South East Asia, placing second behind Mexico City. I visited the tallest building early one evening and captured the chaotic scene of the traffic below.