Debatemne: Thai-Dk Din debat side :: Bangkok

Oprettet af sky d. 15-03-2021 13:07
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Bangkok – Night Drone 4k

Bangkok, city thailand 2020 night drone 4k in this video you will see the amazing 4k drone night


Oprettet af sky d. 15-03-2021 13:09
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Bangkok 4k / Timelapse - Thailand Drone / Cinematic Drone Footage


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Oprettet af sky d. 15-03-2021 15:51
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Bangkok City Streets | Khlong Ong Ang, Chinatown, Asiatique



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Oprettet af sky d. 17-03-2021 12:34
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Oprettet af sky d. 18-03-2021 08:15
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Ever wanted to fire a real gun? You can in Thailand. There are quite a few locations around Thailand where you can learn to fire different guns in a controlled environment, learn more about different types of guns and even do some target practice. Som is a newbie in the whole gun firing thing! So she headed off to the Royal Thai Navy Shooting Range in Bang Na (aka. Ratchanawi Bang Na Shooting Range).


Oprettet af sky d. 20-03-2021 08:02
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Many well-known locations and landmarks from around Bangkok filmed back in 1975.



Oprettet af sky d. 22-03-2021 11:12
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We’re back on the Bangkok beat with Pat’s latest video.

News, shopping, immigration, markets, history. Bangkok’s most connected suburb has more than you think. Everything you want to know about this area is in this 17-minute video. With lots of historic footage & photos shown in a then & now style also with lots of drone footage of the area and the BTS construction.


Oprettet af sky d. 26-03-2021 09:46
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Small Hidden Slum Alley In Bangkok


On either side of the narrow path are two rows of terraced single-storey homes. Each has just one room at the front, one at the back and a single bathroom.

Residents use gas stoves to cook their food - many of them doing it outside in the street. There are also dozens of street food cats and several tuk tuks congesting the alley.

Clothes are hung on racks and dried in front of the homes and people wash their pots and pans outside. Piles of rubbish also gather at the entrances to the small properties.

One resident said the cost of renting homes in the alleyway varies between 3,000 baht (97 USD) and 5,000 baht (162 USD). Several people often live in the same home to share the cost.

Many people living there work in factories, as drivers, street food sellers or other hand-to-mouth low wage professions.



Oprettet af sky d. 01-04-2021 10:28
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The Ong Ang canal in Bangkok was once a polluted slum but it has been turned into this awesome mini walking street with nighttime stalls. There are romantic lights, food stalls, musicians, handicrafts and street art. People can even take kayaks onto the canal!


Oprettet af sky d. 02-04-2021 09:09
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One night before Bangkok started its 10pm to 4am curfew in a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19, the streets around Asoke and Nana were already very quiet. Video by Gary Boyle



Oprettet af sky d. 02-04-2021 09:11
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The streets of Bangkok, March 2021


Oprettet af sky d. 04-04-2021 11:41
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Tag med på denne helt igennem super familievenlige tur som både er med longtailbåd, Tuk tuk, tog, minifærge og cykelrickshaw.



Oprettet af sky d. 06-04-2021 09:16
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Walk Through Bangkok's 'Green Lung' Bang Krachao Park

Bang Krachao park is a hidden green paradise next to the polluted concrete jungle Bangkok – with lush trees, clean air, birds singing and water lapping.

The green escape has been called a 'hidden jungle oasis' and a 'green lung' thanks to the thick forest covering the massive site. The park forms a small island in the Chao Phraya River. It spans 1,920 hectares of land made up of communities that are home to more than 13,000 people, farmlands, and forests in the Phra Pradaeng District of Samut Prakan.


Oprettet af sky d. 07-04-2021 07:29
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KLONG SAN has it all. The nearly new BTS Gold Line, Iconsiam, the historic Llong 1919, the majestic Memorial Bridge & King Taksin Monuments, scenic rivers, adventures down sois and smelly canals, the hustle and bustle of Wongwian Yai & Tha Din Daeng, a not-so-scary ghost story plus Made by Legacy Flea Market


Oprettet af sky d. 08-04-2021 09:11
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Giant lizard trashes Bangkok 7-Eleven

A rampaging giant monitor lizard raided a SUPERMARKET and climbed on shelves in search of food. The 6ft long reptile emerged from a nearby canal and ran into the 7-Eleven store sparking panic in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. Staff and customers hid behind the counter while the beast climbed onto shelves and tossed several cartons of milk onto the ground.


Oprettet af sky d. 12-04-2021 08:32
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Paolo Lee talks about Bangkok street photography and the best viewpoint for sunset snapping.


Oprettet af sky d. 14-04-2021 08:29
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Thailand's first vertical 'robot parking' system opened this month to ease traffic in the capital Bangkok.

The machine next to Sam Yan MRT station can hold 16 cars which it lifts to different elevated levels after the driver has pulled onto the metal cage and left the vehicle.

Operators of the Ferris wheel structure claim that the whole parking process can be completed in under 90 seconds.

The cost is 15 Baht (0.48 USD) for two hours if the driver uses the MRT, or 50 Baht (1.60 USD) an hour if the driver does not use the MRT.


Oprettet af cart d. 17-04-2021 20:35
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nu er der tid til musik ((6))


Oprettet af sky d. 18-04-2021 09:49
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Carnivals spring up every year in Huai Khwang about this time. Some have coyote dancers and live music.

This travelling fair included children’s rides, food stalls and popular carnival games including bingo and mini-shooting ranges for prizes.


Oprettet af sky d. 21-04-2021 08:04
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Soi Cowboy back in 2009 looking more like a circus with an elephant being taken up and down in the hope punters will pay to feed it… the good old days, my arse.


Oprettet af Thaihans d. 22-04-2021 09:57
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Bangkok er en stor levende by hvor du kan finde alt ((11((


Oprettet af sky d. 23-04-2021 20:25
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Thunderstorms and flash floods hit Bangkok on Wednesday afternoon as the country moves towards the monsoon rainy season. The rainy season usually starts around now and lasts until late October.

Thailand and other countries in Southeast Asia such as Malaysia and Indonesia are approaching their tropical monsoon rainy season. Soaring temperatures reaching 35 degrees Celsius are often followed by powerful tropical storms with thunder, lightning, rain and flash floods.


Oprettet af sky d. 24-04-2021 18:10
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Footage shows the deserted scene on Sukhumvit Soi 4 in the centre Bangkok on Friday afternoon. The street would once have been busy with girls and tourists but is now empty, following an order to close all bars earlier this month.


Oprettet af sky d. 28-04-2021 15:28
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Thunderstorms brought heavy rain and flash floods in Bangkok on Tuesday as the country’s annual rainy season arrived.

Footage shows vehicles driving through the deluge in the Huai Khwang area in the north of the city at around 2pm.

Thailand and other countries in Southeast Asia such as Malaysia and Indonesia are approaching their tropical monsoon rainy season.

Soaring temperatures reaching 35 degrees Celsius are often followed by powerful tropical storms with thunder, lightning, rain and flash floods.


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Oprettet af sky d. 29-04-2021 10:11
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Oprettet af sky d. 29-04-2021 10:12
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Oprettet af sky d. 30-04-2021 18:59
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For nogle der har lidt kærlighed til Khao San Road idag eller måske tilbage i tiden.

Denne video:
KHAO SAN ROAD. Taking You Back. The good times, history, music, stories, legends, the streets.

Viser hvordan det ser ud nu i Khao San Road og de nærmest gader ved siden af.

Og et godt genkig med "de gode gamle dage" før corona og for længere tid siden.

Khao San Road fik sidste år helt møbleret rundt på vejbelægningen og var klar til at modtage turister. Det tager tid, så samtidig er det nu også et sted som de unge thaiere besøger og spiser, drikker og høre musik, når det altså ikke er lukket ned som lige nu. Mange steder har formået at omstille sig til thaierens stil og ønsker.


Redigeret af sky d. 01-05-2021 08:45

Oprettet af sky d. 01-05-2021 08:46
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Thunderstorms brought heavy rain and flash floods in Bangkok today, April 27, as the country’s annual rainy season arrived.

Footage shows vehicles driving through the deluge in the Huai Khwang area in the north of the city at around 2pm local time.


Oprettet af sky d. 05-05-2021 17:37
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The once-bustling capital of Thailand seems strangely quiet after the government asks people to avoid non-essential travel in a move to contain the new Covid-19 outbreak.