Go Bangkok 2 (December 2013)

Go Bangkok 2 (December 2013)This was the third trip to Thailand in this year, 2013. I’ve travelled to Haytai in April for Songkran and to Bangkok in May for family trip. In the last month of 2013, I went to Bangkok again, solo. It was just a 4 days 3 nights short trip, but I’d managed to visit to Kanchanaburi, west of Bangkok (GPS code: 14.041735, 99.503903), and stepped on the famous River Kwai Bridge. I did go around the town and also somewhere further out by the motorbike that I rented from the local. It was a very special experiences to me and I was freaking excited to ride along the random roads and discover new places. I’ve planned to visit Kanchanaburi again in coming May and continue my exploration over there. Stay tuned for new update from me. =]

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IMG_6545It was built by the Empire of Japan to support its forces in Burma campaign during World War II. It was part of the Thailand-Burma Death Railway and one of the significant historical bridge in the railway system of Thailand. It has been bombed down by the British Forces and subsequently rebuilt it into iron and concrete bridge.

IMG_6470 IMG_6441The Burma Railway is still on duty until todays. However, it only travel from Bangkok Railway Central ( Hua Lamphong) till Nam Tok Station, which located at 62KM away from Kanchanaburi, and the trains do go across the River Kwai Bridge along the journey to Nam Tok.

IMG_6608 IMG_6613My all-time-favourite local Thai Cuisine – Basil Leaf Fried Chicken, same goes to all my family members. We are just could not stop loving this spicy local food and it must be in our food list every times when we travel to Thailand.

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IMG_6479 IMG_6626 IMG_6630IMG_8939Hello Kitty !!!

IMG_6657 IMG_6701IMG_6739来到陌生的咖啡厅通常我第一次都会先点杯Americano来尝一尝,因为如果一杯最简单的美式咖啡都不好喝的话,其他的不用多说。很幸运的,这杯咖啡从端上桌子的那一刻起,它香味扑鼻,牢牢的抓住了我的味蕾,然后我眉头一皱,发现原来还没有加糖(旁边透明的糖浆)。真是笨蛋一个!不过,超苦的咖啡在稍微回甘时,满口都是浓浓的咖啡香味,久久不能散去。 IMG_6651 2 IMG_6677There is a sheep farm just behind the coffee house.

IMG_6765 IMG_6684The art of chairs.

IMG_6829 IMG_6868 IMG_6926 IMG_6891 IMG_6873This little kid was fishing by the river using just one string. Guess what? He really caught some fishes. Awesome!

IMG_6849 IMG_6894 IMG_6934Spectacular sunset scene over River Kwai Bridge during evening. I spent almost one whole day staying around Kanchanaburi so that I’d can really witness the real beauty of it preciously. I’d loving it.

IMG_6954I just realised that actually Siamese are super patriotic citizens because every evening their radio broadcast the national song at sharp 7 o’clock and they standstill to sing along loud on the street or wherever they are during that time. Full respect to their patriotism.

IMG_6369IMG_6372IMG_6351IMG_6400Tuk-tuk, one of the most efficient transports in Bangkok city. The traffic condition is always bad and this Tuk-tuk can bring you to your destinations in shorter time, trust me.



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