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


Redigeret af sky d. 15-03-2021 13:09

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



Redigeret af sky d. 16-03-2021 14:23

Oprettet af sky d. 17-03-2021 12:34
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Oprettet af sky d. 22-03-2021 11:12
#5

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. 02-04-2021 09:09
#6

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
#7

The streets of Bangkok, March 2021


Oprettet af sky d. 06-04-2021 09:16
#8

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
#10

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
#11

Paolo Lee talks about Bangkok street photography and the best viewpoint for sunset snapping.


Oprettet af sky d. 14-04-2021 08:29
#12

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
#13

nu er der tid til musik ((6))


Oprettet af sky d. 18-04-2021 09:49
#14

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
#17

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
#18

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
#19

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.


Redigeret af sky d. 28-04-2021 15:28

Oprettet af sky d. 29-04-2021 10:11
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Redigeret af sky d. 29-04-2021 10:12

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
#23

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
#24

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.


Oprettet af sky d. 08-05-2021 08:53
#25

This was the Chinatown area of Bangkok today, unusually quiet with just a handful of people moving around and stall owners looking very bored of it all. The area is usually packed at this time of the year with holidaymakers from neighbouring China but Chinatown is now a strangely quiet place.


Oprettet af sky d. 10-05-2021 12:00
#26

Videoen taler for selv((11((


Oprettet af sky d. 13-05-2021 10:35
#27

The Old City aka Rattanakosin Island.Temples, Monuments, Buildings, Canals, Bridges, Streets.

There’s a lot to see and learn, it can be overwhelming so Bangkok Pat did it all for you, and explained it all too.


Oprettet af Thaihans d. 15-05-2021 14:02
#28

Baby stingrays can be ordered from street food carts in Bangkok. The dried seafood snacks are placed between barbecue grills to keep them flat while they are cooked over hot coals alongside traffic.

After grilling the baby stingrays, the vendor cuts them into smaller bite-sized pieces using scissors. Customers then enjoy the sweet and salty roadside snack by dipping it into a spicy hot vinegar sauce with herbs and chilis.

Baby stingrays are not the most popular snack in Thailand but they can be found in certain places in Bangkok!




Oprettet af sky d. 18-05-2021 08:06
#29

Haircut, Sir? Meet The Sexy Sukhumvit Hairdressers


A hairdresser’s salon in Bangkok is attracting male customers thanks to its policy of hiring attractive female staff.




Oprettet af thai d. 20-05-2021 17:55
#30

Bangkok is quiet at night, with many places closed until the end of this month as health authorities battle the third Covid-19 outbreak.


Oprettet af FCK d. 23-05-2021 09:55
#31

Foreigners feeding thousands in the Bangkok slums during Covid


Oprettet af sky d. 25-05-2021 09:23
#32

These are the five tallest buildings in Thailand:

5. The Residences at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is 272 metres tall (893 ft) with 52 floors and has offices, condos and the IconSiam shopping mall

4. Baiyoke Tower II is 304 metres tall (997 ft) with 85 floors and was then Thailand's highest building when it opened in 1997

3. Four Season Private Residences Bangkok is 309 metres tall (1,012 ft) with 73 floors including luxury penthouse apartments

2. King Power MahaNakhon is 314 metres tall (1,031 ft) with 78 floors and an awesome glass skywalk

1. Magnolias Waterfront Residences Iconsiam is 318 metres tall (1,043 ft) and has 70 floors overlooking the Chao Phraya River. This building is the tallest in Thailand and stands next to the fifth tallest, The Residences at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok


Oprettet af sky d. 26-05-2021 11:56
#33

Walk Though The Old Homes Of Talat Noi

Take a walk through the old village of Talat Noi in the Samphanthawong area of Bangkok near Chinatown. This is one of the oldest parts of Bangkok dating back to when Chinese settlers first moved into the city in the 18th century. Today, some of the heritage still remains in the form of the old buildings.



Oprettet af sky d. 29-05-2021 17:01
#34

This is a cool little car repair shop I found in the backstreets of Bangkok that focuses entirely on refurbishing old Jaguars. There were some classic models and some newer from the 1970s onwards.

The owner explained that he gets the old cars shipped from the UK, repairs them and sells them on again in Thailand, Singapore and Japan.

If you've ever tried to buy a second-hand Jaguar in Bangkok you'll know what a big markup there is on prices compared with the UK, where they were originally made.

Expect to pay a minimum of 500,000 Baht for a refurbished Jaguar XJ8 in Thailand. These iconic 1980s and 1990s models can be picked up in good condition in the UK for under 1,000 pound sterling.

Buying a decent Jaguar in Bangkok isn't the easiest task, unless you're after a new car. But I was convinced that the owner of this repair shop knew his stuff.

Fascinating to find the classic British Jaguar in the backstreets of Thailand!



Oprettet af FCK d. 31-05-2021 20:32
#35

Good Morning Thailand | The situation in Bangkok 'slums', Thailand re-opening plans



Oprettet af sky d. 01-06-2021 14:47
#36

A taxi service in Thailand offers commuters unique rides in London-inspired cabs. The sophisticated royal blue cars take customers home from the shopping malls across the capital Bangkok.

The vehicles have been designed to mimic the iconic look of London’s black cabs. They include a partition between the passengers and driver with an intercom for them to communicate.

Additional features include wheelchair-accessible space with five leather seats, USB charging stations, free WiFi, internal CCTV, an SOS emergency button and a GPS tracker.

Aside from their iconic colour and appearance - distinguishing them from other Thai taxis usually in shades of green, yellow, and orange - the London-inspired cabs have a VIP registration plate.

Asia Cab Co, the company behind the taxis, first rolled out 30 of the vehicles in September last year as part of a pilot program. They have since increased the vehicles after partnering with Chinese car manufacturer Geely.


Oprettet af sky d. 10-06-2021 16:03
#37

Thailand started its mass vaccination rollout this week amid hopes of a tourism revival by the end of 2021. Footage shows thousands of locals queuing for their AstraZeneca and Sinovac jabs at various points across the capital Bangkok. Officials hope that 70 per cent of the population, or 50 million people, will have received their first jabs by the end of September.


Oprettet af Thaihans d. 13-06-2021 08:53
#38

Good morning Bangkok. Its 8 am and we are at the Trok Mor Morning Market in Bangkok Old Town. You have to be early, because at 9-10 am most of the business is done.
You can find original Thai and Chinese street food, but also fresh products like fruits, vegetables, meat, and seafood.


Oprettet af Thaihans d. 14-06-2021 17:03
#39

Welcome back to Bangkok Chinatown in 2021. Amazing street food in Chinatown is worth to come this year to Thailand. At Yaoearat you can feel and smell the Chinese atmosphere.
Enjoy your trip to Bangkoks Chinatown in 2021...




Oprettet af Thaihans d. 20-06-2021 16:01
#40

Baby stingrays can be ordered from street food carts in Bangkok. The dried seafood snacks are placed between barbecue grills to keep them flat while they are cooked over hot coals alongside traffic.

After grilling the baby stingrays, the vendor cuts them into smaller bite-sized pieces using scissors. Customers then enjoy the sweet and salty roadside snack by dipping it into a spicy hot vinegar sauce with herbs and chilis.

Baby stingrays are not the most popular snack in Thailand but they can be found in certain places in Bangkok!


Oprettet af sky d. 21-06-2021 12:43
#41

Footage shows the eerily quiet scenes at Thailand’s biggest market as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact the country’s tourism industry.

The Chatuchak weekend market in the capital Bangkok would normally be full with hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers from around the world.

However, on Sunday afternoon the area was deserted, with many of the struggling stalls shuttered and unlikely to re-open within the coming weeks.


Oprettet af thai d. 26-06-2021 16:09
#42

Footage shows an upmarket riverfront shopping mall that was deserted today as Covid-19 cases continue to spread in Thailand.

The Asiatique centre next to the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok was packed every night with tens of thousands of tourists before the pandemic hit last March.

However, now many of the stalls have closed down and the popular attraction, which includes a ferris wheel and boat rides, is like a ghost town.

Economists said that it could be another five years before the country’s tourism industry returns to pre-pandemic levels.


Oprettet af thai d. 27-06-2021 14:29
#43

The vaccine rollout has started in Thailand but bars are still closed in Bangkok. They'll be the last to re-open, but when they do, it'll be a big relief for everyone.


Oprettet af Casper d. 03-07-2021 10:23
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Oprettet af thai d. 05-07-2021 18:27
#45

A huge explosion and fire at a factory of Ming Dih Chemical Co producing plastic foam and plastic pellets in Bang Phli district, Samut Prakan, on Monday, killed one rescuer and injured at least 21 people. - Rescue foundations


Oprettet af bz d. 05-07-2021 19:11
#46

Natten til mandag skete en eller flere eksplosioner i nogle lagerbygninger ved en fabrik der fremstiller forskellige plastikvarer.

Fabrikken ligger ca. 5 km sydvest for Suvarnabhumi lufthavns ternimalbygning og 5 km fra IKEA Bang-Na, i Samut Prakan provinsen.

kilde: https://www.bangk...60-injured



Redigeret af bz d. 05-07-2021 19:17

Oprettet af thai d. 06-07-2021 19:13
#47



Kæmpe eksplosion i Bangkok

En stor eksplosion nær Thailands internationale lufthavn i Bangkok efterlod en fabrik i ruiner og skadede 70 omkringliggende huse.

Tusindvis af personer er blevet evakueret og en person er død, oplyser myndighederne. Eksplosionen fandt sted tidlig mandag.

Beboere i Samut Prakan-provinsen, der bor i en radius af fem kilometer fra fabrikken, som er ejet af et taiwansk firma, er blevet evakueret, oplyser myndighederne.

Fabrikken fremstiller polystyrenskum og ligger små fem kilometer fra Suvarnabhumi lufthavn, der er Thailands internationale lufthavn. Lokale medier beretter, at eksplosionen kunne mærkes i lufthavnenes terminaler, hvilket fik alarmen til at gå af.

Lufthavnen melder, at ingen fly er blevet aflyst endnu.

Grunden til eksplosionen er endnu ikke fastlagt.

Læs nærmere på: Ekstra Bladet: https://ekstrabla...de/8674831

Oprettet af thai d. 07-07-2021 08:43
#48

The fire raging through the Ming Dih Chemical factory in Bang Phli district since early Monday has been brought under control, but intermittent flare-ups continued through Tuesday morning. - Disaster Response Associations Thailand and Rescue foundations

Full story: www.bangkokpost.c...al/2144243


Redigeret af thai d. 07-07-2021 08:44

Oprettet af sky d. 09-07-2021 07:34
#49

Massage girls are waiting patiently for customers but there's nobody around who needs their feet rubbed. The parlours in Bangkok re-opened last month with a rule that only foot massages can be given. But with no tourists it's tricky for the massage girls to get any customers. It could be a long wait...


Oprettet af sky d. 17-07-2021 07:26
#50

Bangkok Sukhumvit | Hvordan alt har ændret sig! #livelovethailand
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Sukhumvit-området i Bangkok, et af de mest overfyldte turistområder, specielt lavere Sukhumvit, men nu er tingene ændret på grund af den seneste situation, og disse gader, der var fulde af handling dag og nat, er nu næsten tomme.
I denne vlog vil jeg vise dig, hvordan tingene har ændret sig i disse gader, og hvor meget turister er så vigtige at komme tilbage for at give livet tilbage til dette berømte område i Bangkok, Sukhumvit.


Redigeret af sky d. 17-07-2021 07:27

Oprettet af nej d. 22-07-2021 19:24
#51

Her er ordren fra Bangkok guvernøren, der bekræfter lukningen af flere virksomheder, herunder:

- Alle pubber, barer, karaoke butikker og likes

- Massage-parloner

- Sauna / damp steder

- Cockfighting spillesteder

- Hestevæddeløbs-spillesteder

- Alle slags konkurrence spillesteder

- Muay Thai stadions og Muay Thai skoler / træningsspilleder

- Snooker og billiardhaller

- Bowling baner og spillearkader

- Internets spil og butikker

- Teatre / Biografer / Offentlige mødesteder for forestillinger

- Vand-og forlystelsesparker

- Børnelegepladser

- Zoologiske haver

- Skøjte områder og likes

- Fitness klubber / træningscenter / kampsports gyms

- Danseskoler

- Amuletcentre

- Skønheds-og sundhedsklinikker

- Alle slags sportsfelter

- Swimmingpools og likes

- Messecenter

- Læringscentre og kunstgallerier

- Biblioteker

Museer, historiske parker, arkæologiske steder

- Dagplejecentre
- Skønhedssaloner, frisure, manicure og tattoo shops

- Offentlige parker og botaniske haver

Mens denne ordre er til Bangkok, gælder det samme også for andre 'mørkerøde' provinser, herunder Chachoengsao, Chonburi, Nakhon Pathom, Narathiwat, Pathum Thani, Pattani, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Yala, Songkhla, Samut Prakan, Samut Sakhon og Sangkhla.

Kilde: https://www.thaip...-research/

Redigeret af nej d. 22-07-2021 19:26

Oprettet af IT d. 25-07-2021 12:54
#52

Covid's life toll
Covid-19 has killed thousands of Thais and infected half a million, but the pandemic has also brought immense economic hardship and both physical and emotional suffering across all walks of life – nowhere more than in Bangkok.


Oprettet af Hans d. 26-07-2021 15:26
#53

A shopping mall in Thailand uses a contactless elevator to reduce Covid-19 risk in Thailand.

The Central Westgate centre in Bangkok centre has changed the buttons for sensors that shoppers hover their hands over to choose which floor they want to go to.


Oprettet af Je suis Charlie d. 28-07-2021 14:26
#54

Bangkoks hospitaler er fyldte – særlige tog fragter patienter ud af byen


Stigende smitte- og dødstal har fået templer til at tilbyde gratis kremering og hospitaler til at skære ned på antallet af coronatests.

Tirsdag morgen klokken 9.50 lokal tid forlod et tog med 137 coronapatienter en togstation i udkanten af Bangkok, der er hovedstad i Thailand.

Herfra skulle toget videre mod nordøst for at sætte patienterne af på fem forskellige togstationer ...

Læs yderligere på TV2:

https://nyheder.t...ud-af-byen

Oprettet af Je suis Charlie d. 29-07-2021 09:22
#55

Thailand sætter daglig rekord i antal smittede og døde

Delta-varianten har sendt Thailands sundhedsvæsen på randen af et kollaps, og der er mangel på sengepladser.

Thailand har torsdag registreret det hidtil højeste antal dagligt smittede under pandemien. I løbet af det seneste døgn er der således bekræftet 17.669 nye smittetilfælde.

Det bringer det samlede antal bekræftede smittetilfælde i landet op på 561.030, siden pandemien ...


Læs yderligere på TV2:https://nyheder.t...de-og-dode


Oprettet af anti d. 01-08-2021 10:52
#56

Wat Ratchabophit or formally Wat Ratchabophit Sathit Maha Simaram Ratcha Wora Maha Wihan, is a Buddhist temple on Atsadang Road, Bangkok, along Khlong Khu Mueang Doem, not far from Wat Pho and the Grand Palace. The temple was built during the reign of King Chulalongkorn.


Redigeret af anti d. 01-08-2021 10:55

Oprettet af IT d. 02-08-2021 09:43
#57

The famous Train Night Market (Rot Fai Market) at Ratchada behind the Esplanade Mall (Thai Cultural Center) is closing down. The shop owners have to leave the area within the next 2 weeks.

The Night Market at Srinagarinda will stay open. Rot Fai Market at Ratchada was a great place for good Thai street food and they had many nice street bars.


Oprettet af M55 d. 03-08-2021 17:37
#58

The world-famous ladies of Sukhumvit are waiting... but there's still no sign of tourists arriving!

As this video from August 2 shows, an assortment of women are hanging around lower Sukhumvit Road waiting patiently.

Unfortunately for them, there's not much sign of tourists returning just yet and it's likely to be another few months before they start to trickle back to Bangkok.


Oprettet af thai d. 04-08-2021 09:31
#59

Free rides on Red Line during trial
A three-month trial run of the Red Line electric train service begins on Monday. Passengers will be able to ride along the two sections -- the route between Bang Sue Grand Station and Rangsit, and the stretch between Bang Sue and Taling Chan -- for free.


Oprettet af thai d. 06-08-2021 08:16
#60

Thaiger's Caitlin Ashworth gives you a glimpse of life in one of the dark red zones of Thailand, the Thai capital Bangkok. Thailand has been experiencing its most severe wave of Covid-19 and the emergence of both the Alpha variant and now, the highly-transmissible Delta variant. Here's a look into the toll Covid-19 has taken in the big metropolitan city.



Redigeret af thai d. 06-08-2021 08:17

Oprettet af Kent d. 07-08-2021 10:24
#61

Thai researchers unearthed a rare partially fossilized skeleton belonging to a Bryde’s whale believed to be around 5,000 years old at an inland site west of Bangkok.


Oprettet af thai d. 15-08-2021 12:36
#62

Welcome to the Bangkok Hilton: Inside Thailand’s notorious drug prisons | 60 Minutes

You'd have to be very desperate or very stupid to do drugs in Thailand. After all, the warnings couldn't be any clearer, the penalties any tougher.

But still Australians keep getting caught. Still, they're shocked when they find themselves in some of the world's most appalling, most brutal jails like the notorious Bangkok Hilton. In a way, though, they're the lucky ones.

Thailand's a place where when they say "zero tolerance", they mean it … where more than 2000 drug traffickers were killed on the streets last year.


Oprettet af thai d. 18-08-2021 16:47
#63

Army of volunteers fight Covid-19 battle
Ordinary people, including monks, undertakers and website developers are all pitching in to do what they can to help as the country battles its worst coronavirus outbreak to date. - REUTERS



Oprettet af Thaihans d. 21-08-2021 11:38
#64

Dette er den mest berømte pad thai i Bangkok. De er sku ikke bange for Æg i Thailand





Oprettet af IT d. 22-08-2021 13:33
#65


Oprettet af eneber d. 01-09-2021 18:10
#66

In Bangkok, divers hunt for treasure that's lain on the riverbed of the Chao Phraya for centuries.

For generations, families living along Bangkok's Chao Phraya river have been diving for the more-or-less valuable treasures found on the riverbed. It's their livelihood and their huts lie right on the riverbank.

Mana Onsgaard is a treasure diver. He plunges 20 meters down to the bed of Bangkok's Chao Phraya river, looking for valuables that have been there for centuries.

But digging around in the muddy riverbed can be dangerous. Divers must wear gloves to avoid cuts and losing their fingernails, which become soft from being immersed in water for so long.

Their finds include old teak wood, various metals, ropes, ceramics and old glass bottles -- anything they can sell for cash. Sometimes they even search for cameras or cell phones that tourists have let fall into the river.

Depending on their luck, some divers earn up to 500 euros a month -- just enough to feed a family. But soon treasure diving could be a thing of the past on the Chao Phraya, as the city wants to put a stop to the practice.


Oprettet af eneber d. 03-09-2021 10:48
#67

See how Bangkok and Thailand transformed into a middle class country. Once upon a time it was very poor. Now, its different.
Thailand accomplished an extraordinary transformation.
See how Bangkok is modern and futuristic and its future projects to come. Bangkok is full of beautiful skyscrapers,modern malls,modern subway and schools.
It's worth to be watched.



Oprettet af Je suis Charlie d. 05-09-2021 11:59
#68

Khun Lek is a taxi driver in Bangkok, but he does not drive during the Lockdown and C-19. I asked him to show me where the taxis are that are not driving at the moment.

Today Sunday 22nd of August we had a look in Nakhon Pathom about 40km West of Bangkok, where there are a few taxi companies that are closed down.


Oprettet af sam d. 06-09-2021 00:49
#69

selvfølgelig vil en del bukke under, der er jo ingen kunder der har råd ti at køre i taxi pt.

Oprettet af ana d. 12-09-2021 15:13
#70

Visit the Departures of Suvarnabhumi Airport, before and after Immigration check point.
Most shops are closed, waiting for the time tourists will be allowed back in Thailand.

At the moment there are very few travelers and so most restaurants and duty free shops are closed or being renovated.

At night time, after the curfew time, it's not easy to find a taxi too.


Oprettet af anti d. 13-09-2021 17:01
#71

You'd have to be very desperate or very stupid to do drugs in Thailand. After all, the warnings couldn't be any clearer, the penalties any tougher.

But still Australians keep getting caught. Still, they're shocked when they find themselves in some of the world's most appalling, most brutal jails like the notorious Bangkok Hilton.

In a way, though, they're the lucky ones. Thailand's a place where when they say "zero tolerance", they mean it … where more than 2000 drug traffickers were killed on the streets last year.


Oprettet af elmet d. 15-09-2021 13:51
#72

Bangkok's fire department catches more snakes than it extinguishes fires. During the rainy season the reptiles often hide in peoples' homes. With snakes ranging from harmless to highly poisonous, fireman Sontaya Wangjam never knows what to expect.


Oprettet af elmet d. 19-09-2021 09:20
#73


Oprettet af eneber d. 20-09-2021 14:49
#74

Car mob rallies against tanks, troops and Prayut

More than 1,000 cars, motorcycles and other vehicles set off from Asoke intersection in heavy rain, the beginning of a "car mob" rally set to wind through the streets of Bangkok in another bid to oust Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha.



Oprettet af eneber d. 21-09-2021 13:26
#75

Thousands of taxis are rusting in junk yard during the pandemic in Bangkok, Thailand.


Oprettet af eneber d. 23-09-2021 11:21
#76


Oprettet af thai d. 24-09-2021 09:11
#77

With demand for taxis drying up in Thailand and thousands of drivers leaving town, one Bangkok cab company has turned its vehicles into mini vegetable gardens.


Oprettet af masa d. 25-09-2021 11:10
#78

The Thai temple responsible for the construction of a giant Buddha statue visible across Bangkok says the structure is nearly complete.


Oprettet af masa d. 27-09-2021 08:30
#79

More than 1,000 cars, motorcycles and other vehicles set off from Asoke intersection in heavy rain, the beginning of a "car mob" rally set to wind through the streets of Bangkok in another bid to oust Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha.

The demonstration was held in conjunction with the 15th anniversary of the Sept 19, 2006 coup that ousted then-prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Get more news videos at www.bangkokpost.c... (Video by Jetjaras Na Ranong)


Oprettet af masa d. 02-10-2021 18:03
#80

With 'Bangkok Pat'. Sukhumvit Road: Let's look back. The future is uncertain, we can't look forward, so let's look back for 10 minutes.

Nana to Asok is probably the most famous part of Sukhumvit Road, and it's changed a lot in the last few decades.

From it's beginnings 50yrs ago and the history of its name, we look at how it's changed, the streets, the traffic, the skytrain, the buildings, the nightlife, as well as a few headlines and urban legends.


Oprettet af Kent d. 08-10-2021 15:23
#81

Small hotel adjusts for survival today, prepares for crises in future
The proprietors of family-run Rajata Hotel in Bangkok’s Bang Lamphu area near Khaosan Road describe the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the business – the changes it has made to survive today, and how it hopes to cope with uncertainty in the future. |


Oprettet af morten d. 16-10-2021 10:18
#82

Thai massage girls on Sukhumvit Road were delighted today as full-body massages were allowed again under relaxed Covid-19 rules. Starting from October 1, full-body oil massages and soapy massages across the country were given the green light, allowing struggling workers to earn a living again.


Oprettet af morten d. 17-10-2021 13:44
#83

Bangkok's New Tourist Attractions Ong Ang Walking Street

Klong Ong Ang Walking Street, the latest of its kind in Bangkok, was inaugurated during Loy Krathong Festival, however, it's not just another fair-style pedestrian street with lots of food and goods.

Located along both sides of Ong Ang canal, from Damrong Sathit Bridge to Saphan Han Bridge, the walking street also features street art of various styles that depict the mixed character of this area which is home to Thais of different ethnic descent, including Chinese and Indian.







Redigeret af morten d. 17-10-2021 13:47

Oprettet af morten d. 19-10-2021 17:39
#84

Footage shows an impressive light show competition that was projected onto buildings for Bangkok Design Week. The annual event, which included the 'Projection Mapping Competition', sees inventors and developers from across Thailand display their creations.

Organisers said the light show was to 'promote and support the modern media design industry in Thailand to become widespread and advance comparable to the world standard and gives young designers the opportunity to showcase and demonstrate their potential to the public'.


Oprettet af IT d. 20-10-2021 13:28
#85

A female bodybuilder has enjoyed her first public workout following the re-opening of parks in Thailand. Footage shows the fitness fanatic attracting admiring glances while using the popular public gym apparatus at the Lumpini Park in central Bangkok on Tuesday, October 19.


Oprettet af Thaihans d. 23-10-2021 14:01
#86

Here's a video of 10 of the strangest cafes in Bangkok. There's a head-spinning black-and-white 3D art cafe, a Japanese maid cafe, a coffee shop where drinks are served with a robot, the famous condom restaurant, a mini zoo cafe, a cannabis cafe, Boeing 747 cafe, Thailand's largest Starbucks, a traditional cafe that has been using the same coffee recipe for more than 100 years and finally a cafe with dozens of Corgi dogs that are fit the Queen of England.


Oprettet af Thaihans d. 24-10-2021 10:19
#87




We compiled for you the best of Bangkok's seafood to make sure every meal you have in Bangkok is always aroy maak maak.

1. Tai Kong Seafood Buffet
2. Laemcharoen Seafood
3. T & K Seafood China Town, Bangkok
4. Pee Aor Tom Yum Goong Restaurant
5. Never Die Seafood (Rod Fai Market)
6. Kung Tep Seafood (Rod Fai Market)
7. Crab and Claw
8. Staneemeehoi Restaurant
9. Sornthong Seafood Sornthong Restaurant
10. Mungkorn Seafood BBQ buffet




Oprettet af Kent d. 28-10-2021 14:55
#88

Sukhumvit Soi 23 massage girls were ready and waiting for customers today, October 26. Rules have been relaxed and with tourists set to return from November 1, it's all stations go as the massage shops prepare for the hordes to flood back.


Oprettet af thai d. 31-10-2021 09:43
#89

A creepy Halloween haunted dollhouse is is scaring customers at the Seacon Square building in the Prawet district of Bangkok.


Oprettet af thai d. 31-10-2021 09:44
#90

Footage shows Halloween celebrations with scary street food served to shoppers at the Urban Eatery event at the K Village shopping mall in Bangkok.


Oprettet af thai d. 31-10-2021 09:44
#91

Footage shows a Halloween display at the CentralWorld shopping mall in Bangkok, where visitor were greeted with inflatable pumpkins and a Halloween themed photo booth.


Oprettet af thai d. 02-11-2021 10:23
#92

Footage shows a Halloween display at the CentralWorld shopping mall in Bangkok, where visitor were greeted with inflatable pumpkins and a Halloween themed photo booth.




Oprettet af thai d. 08-11-2021 17:39
#93

Thais were quick to visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha when it reopened to the public on Monday.


Oprettet af thai d. 09-11-2021 16:20
#94

This was the scene on Friday afternoon as Sukhumvit Road bars finally re-opened. Bangkok is still quiet but expect things to get busier from January onwards when tourists start returning in numbers.



Redigeret af thai d. 09-11-2021 16:20

Oprettet af Je suis Charlie d. 15-11-2021 20:25
#95

This was the scene on Friday afternoon as Sukhumvit Road bars finally re-opened. Bangkok is still quiet but expect things to get busier from January onwards when tourists start returning in numbers.


Oprettet af eneber d. 16-11-2021 15:32
#96

A cute smoothie seller at the Rot Fai night train market in Ratchada, Bangkok.


Oprettet af eneber d. 17-11-2021 17:59
#97

Footage shows Thailand’s famous Khao San Road backpacker district on Friday afternoon, November 12, as tourists trickle back into the country following the relaxation of restrictions.


Oprettet af eneber d. 19-11-2021 11:23
#98

Footage shows Thailand’s famous Wat Arun Buddhist temple on Friday November 12 as tourists trickle back into the country following the relaxation of restrictions.


Oprettet af emil d. 26-11-2021 12:52
#99

Hua Lamphong station will be tentatively closed on Dec 23 as the Transport Ministry plans to move all rail services to the new Bang Sue Grand Station.


Oprettet af emil d. 30-11-2021 17:29
#100

Christmas Tree Goes Up On Sukhumvit

Staff were busy putting up a Christmas Tree outside the Times Square shopping mall on Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok this week.


Oprettet af eneber d. 01-12-2021 13:05
#101

Hundreds of models posed alongside luxury cars at the Bangkok Motor Show today March 24 as the automotive industry struggles with the impact of the pandemic.

The event - one of only a handful of motor shows taking place around the world this year - displayed luxury vehicles from Rolls Royce, Aston Martin and other popular brands from across Asia.

Models in hot pants and glamorous dresses showed off the cars. The ladies - known locally as 'pretties' - have become a regular feature of the motoring event which attracts car-lovers from across the world, with the prestigious modelling jobs paying the equivalent of several hundred dollars a day for each girl.

Among the highlights of the 2021 show were the collection of electric cars and plug-in hybrid vehicles.


Oprettet af thai d. 04-12-2021 17:18
#102

Riverside residents braced for floods after authorities warned of a hide tide in Thailand.

Locals living along the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok started piling up sandbags around their properties after the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) warned of rising river levels between November 20 and 26 and between December 6 and 9.

Video shows sandbags placed around homes and shops near Krung Thon bridge to prevent flood water from entering the buildings today.

The BMA has coordinated with the Royal Irrigation Department to release water from the nearby dam into the river on dates that would not coincide with the expected high tide.



Oprettet af egon d. 14-12-2021 09:18
#103

Locals are buying sweaters and winter jackets as winter brings cooler temperatures in Thailand this week. The capital Bangkok has seen temperatures in the mid-teens during evenings and early mornings. It has been colder in northern provinces with places in Chiang Mai falling to single digits


Oprettet af Elmer55 d. 23-12-2021 14:03
#104

A flashback to when the streets were unusually quiet during the closures and partial lockdown in July 2021.


Oprettet af ana d. 25-12-2021 15:19
#105

A compilation of shots of street food vendors selling snacks in Bangkok.


Oprettet af eneber d. 27-12-2021 12:05
#106

Bangkok aflyser nytårsfejringer

Som følge af et stigende smitteantal har bystyret i den thailandske hovedstad besluttet at aflyse nytårsfejringer.

Det meddeler regeringen på Twitter og skriver blandt andet, at aflysningerne også gælder bede - og messeceremonier.

Sidste år blev der også indført restriktioner i Thailand kort før nytårsaften, og det betød blandt andet, at koncerter blev aflyst, ligesom restauranter måtte lukke tidligt.

Ifølge regeringen er det i år dog stadig tilladt for private organisationer at arrangere nytårsfejringer.

Antallet af nye smittede steg i går med omkring 2.500, og dermed er det samlede antal af smittede i Thailand på lidt over 2,2 millioner.

https://www.dr.dk...sfejringer



Oprettet af farang d. 31-12-2021 18:35
#107

This is the 420 Cannabis Cafe in Bangkok - the latest venue to open following the relaxation of drug laws in Thailand. There are two in the city and the cafes are decorated with colourful lights and artificial cannabis plants making it look like a marijuana greenhouse.

It is the latest cannabis-based cafe - with restaurants, bars, stalls, bakers and even vending machines appearing around the country. Ministers hope the plant will be a 'cash crop' to stimulate the struggling tourist-dependent economy.


Oprettet af palle d. 01-01-2022 14:16
#108

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 Thaihans d. 02-01-2022 13:03
#109

Welcome to Bangkok and our New Year 2022 special episode!

In today's video I am inviting you to travel to the Central World street food market located in the city center of Bangkok (Chidlom BTS), where we will try to find holiday mood! We will be testing delicious Thai food, laughing with friendly local people, enjoying holiday atmosphere, beautiful ladies, Xmas tree and a lot more!

Let's enjoy the best street food of Thailand and make a few strangers smile at the Central World night market!



Oprettet af Thaihans d. 08-01-2022 16:36
#110

Siam Market-Cute Girls-Cute Clothes & Yummy Food Bangkok Thailand


Oprettet af Hans d. 11-01-2022 05:21
#111

This is the full video taken by police of the arrest of Louis Ziskin, the CEO of DropIn, Inc., for alleged attempted murder, kidnap and extortion, among others charges.

These charges were all filed by the Thai police at court and an arrest warrant was made for Ziskin. He later left Thailand due to administrative issues with police paperwork.

Thai police said the case is still ongoing.



Oprettet af eneber d. 18-01-2022 11:07
#112

Vildt dragrace med traktormotorer på flod

En thailandsk langbåd, en traktormotor, en lang propelaksel og fuld gas. Den enkle opskrift danner udgangspunktet for de alternative kapsejladser, der kan opleves på en flod nær Bangkok.

Sikkerhedsudstyr og regler er ikke-eksisterende, når lokale mødes til udfordrende kapsejlads nær Bangkok.




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Oprettet af farang d. 02-02-2022 19:38
#113

Chinatown is preparing for the 2022 Chinese New Year. On the 1st of February 2022 the year of the Tiger starts


Oprettet af thai d. 07-02-2022 14:11
#114

Bangkok Design Week 2022
Bangkok Design Week has returned to the capital after a two-year absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the celebration of creativity runs until next Sunday




Oprettet af IT d. 08-02-2022 10:51
#115

BANGKOK: Four roller skating ladies who recently attempted to bring the ’80s back to Siam Paragon were promptly asked to vacate the premises by security guards.



Oprettet af Thaihans d. 11-02-2022 11:40
#116

80 år gammel bedstefar laver peanut- og tarosmag honeycomb pandekage i Bangkok Chinatown Gamle Marked, Bangkok



Redigeret af Thaihans d. 11-02-2022 11:42

Oprettet af AK81 d. 17-02-2022 09:42
#117


Oprettet af ove d. 22-02-2022 12:25
#118

Few cities can rival Bangkok’s chaotic and colourful mix of modernity and tradition. Largely unplanned, the Thai capital dazzles visitors with its fast and furious pace, and its dizzying variety of architectural styles.

But the city’s galloping development has left some ugly eyesores in the form of abandoned buildings, some of which are in prime locations.

One derelict department store, though, has attracted the interest of a group of artists and architects, who have turned it into an art and light exhibit.


Oprettet af natie d. 03-03-2022 13:46
#119

Central World is having "#My Style, My Ghibli, Let's Lose Our Way, together" exhibition which is an official full-fledge exhibition from Studio Ghibli. The last day of the exhibition is on March 27, 2022.


Redigeret af natie d. 03-03-2022 13:46

Oprettet af IT d. 06-03-2022 11:05
#120

Et af de mere unikke templer i Bangkok er Wat Pariwat på Rama III Road. Dette var tidligere kendt som David Beckham-templet. Men nu har de en ny bygning, der er prydet med endnu flere eksempler på moderne kunst. De gør dette for at tiltrække den yngre generation.


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A bizarre Buddhist temple in Thailand is decorated with hundreds of cartoon characters - including a bronze David Beckham statue. The building, nicknamed the 'David Beckham' temple, attracts tourists and locals to give donations at the site in the south of the Thai capital Bangkok.





Redigeret af IT d. 06-03-2022 11:07

Oprettet af Thaihans d. 10-03-2022 17:27
#121

Thai gademad - Kæmpe Havaborre Fisk skæreevner Bangkok fisk og skaldyr Thailand


Oprettet af Hans d. 13-03-2022 10:06
#122


Oprettet af eneber d. 26-03-2022 17:42
#123

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 per1234 d. 01-04-2022 11:05
#124

The man behind the Bangkok Model Railway 2022 exhibition says the replica train is a living hobby. The exhibition at Thailand Creative & Design Center (TCDC) in Bangkok ends on April 6


Oprettet af sky d. 03-04-2022 11:34
#125

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 JohnJ d. 03-04-2022 11:55
#126

Det er næsten for meget af det gode, ren Tivoli.. Jeg kan bedre lide Khlong Saan Sab, grim ad h.... til og den stinker!

Redigeret af JohnJ d. 03-04-2022 11:57

Oprettet af sky d. 03-04-2022 12:01
#127

JohnJ skrev:
Det er næsten for meget af det gode, ren Tivoli.. Jeg kan bedre lide Khlong Saan Sab, grim ad h.... til og den stinker!


fint nok smag og behag er jo forskellig så vi tager lige en tur på Khlong Saan Sab:TUP


Oprettet af JohnJ d. 03-04-2022 12:02
#128

Herligt, tak! Går tit ture dernede, og tager båden til Asoke og den anden vej til The Mall Bangkapi.

Oprettet af eneber d. 24-04-2022 18:29
#129

Bangkok Skyline 2021 One of The Beautiful City Views In Asean


Oprettet af pareden d. 27-04-2022 13:55
#130

Bangkok and the rivers of Thailand on board the Mekhala (Documentary, Discovery, History)


Oprettet af thai d. 29-04-2022 15:00
#131

The American coffee house chain has opened its biggest store yet in Thai capital Bangkok on February 12. The Starbucks Reserve Chao Phraya Riverfront was officially opened at the Iconsiam shopping mall.

It was built inside one of Southeast Asia’s largest shopping malls, IconSiam, strategically placed to oversee the scene Chao Phraya river. The store utilises a double-level space extending to 1,260 sqm on the seventh floor of the mall so coffee lovers could have a better view of the extensive waterways below.

Signature coffee and drinks are available on the menu, but it will be the first to serve the Muan JaiTM Blend, a local coffee blend from the northeastern part of the country.



Oprettet af per1234 d. 02-05-2022 19:05
#132

A total of 5,000 have already been parked in state and semi-state facilities throughout the metropolis in government and public utility offices and car parks as part of the minister’s assistance to the cooperative members.

The minister was told that drivers can only earn up to ฿300 a day if they are lucky and this only pays for fuel and some food leaving no money to make payments on cars, pay for rent, other essentials and to take care of their family, at this time.


Oprettet af per1234 d. 07-05-2022 15:04
#133

A Khaosan Road Bangkok Thailand re-opening Mai 2022 update. Thailand officially re-opened for tourists. Khaosan Road Bangkok Backpacker street & Bangkok's Party street, see how it's doing and give you the latest Thailand up-date. Khaosan road at night. We look at Khaosan road's nightlife and enjoy a drink at Rambuttri Alley.


Oprettet af per1234 d. 27-05-2022 11:23
#134

Locals are still clinging to their masks like comfort blankets in Bangkok. There are very loosely-enforced and vague murmurs from officials that masks 'should' be worn outdoors, but even that is set to be scrapped from mid-June.

Despite the virus being endemic and more mild, many Thais are still adamant that they will continue wearing one - or even two - masks outdoors. Especially now all the foreign tourists are returning to the country!


Oprettet af JohnJ d. 27-05-2022 12:08
#135

Fuldstændig vanvittigt vi stadig går rundt med det lort, 2 år nu!!

Når jeg er på indkøb ser jeg de indfødte tage plastik handsker på, efter de næsten har taget brusebad i sprit/alkohol, noget jeg foretrækker at anvende indenbords!

Nogle går også rundt med plastvisir, så efter min mening bliver der sgu ingen slutning på dettte vanvid foreløbig.. det vil de simpelthen ikke.


Oprettet af per1234 d. 28-05-2022 12:56
#136

Thailand’s capital city, Bangkok, is unique. This film reveals the best spots: well-known locations, and places off the beaten track.

Our report provides a detailed guide to Asia’s most exciting city. For transportation, visitors and local residents alike can choose from motorized rickshaws, taxis, subways, or the sky train.

There are also express boats that ply the Chao Phraya River -- plus long-tail boats, and vessels that make their way through the city's khlongs, or canals.

This journey of discovery takes us to the places where Bangkok residents go to rest and relax -- like the island of Ko Samet in the Gulf of Thailand. This is the capital's version of Wannsee Lake in Berlin.

You can book a river cruise, or visit one of the trendy open-air bars perched atop high-rise buildings.

A lot of younger Bangkok residents have taken up a bold challenge in this car-friendly city: they've switched to bicycles. Many locals enjoy making a bike visit to the village-like central district, near a big bend in the river -- even when the temperature rises above 30-degrees centigrade.

On the islands off the coast, there's plenty of sunshine, beautiful beaches, and clear, warm water -- a mix that attracts crowds of Bangkok residents on weekends.



Oprettet af Thaihans d. 29-05-2022 13:21
#137

The Thaiger visit one the worlds largest International Food exhibition and trade fair with 11 trade shows under 1 roof.

THAIFEX-Anuga Asia welcomes all local and international participants at IMPACT Muang Thong Thani in Bangkok, Thailand. This year we look at the Italian booth at Thaifex-Anuga and talk to the Italian ambassador on the growth of Italian representation at Thaifex-Anuga as well as the in the Thai market.


Oprettet af IT d. 30-05-2022 12:51
#138

Set on 11 riverside acres of verdant gardens on the Chao Phraya River, Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort is a thriving luxury oasis offering a unique way to experience Bangkok. Recently granted GOLD Certification by Green Growth 2050, the global sustainability certification standard for travel and tourism, the hotel is committed to continuing a tradition of offering its guests a taste of 'local experiences.' Partnering with Bangsai Agricultural Centre, they now offer guests a locally grown, certified organic, freshly harvested selection of Western and Asian herbs, vegetables and salads in the resort's 2,800 square-meter rooftop Hydroponic Farm.


Redigeret af IT d. 30-05-2022 12:51

Oprettet af IT d. 03-06-2022 16:41
#139

Tourists were hitting the bars as travel restrictions eased and nightlife re-opened in Bangkok today. Holidaymakers will only need a vaccine certificate and medical insurance for the paperwork to enter the country from June 1.


Oprettet af nej d. 04-06-2022 12:13
#140

Today we attend the Bangkok Motor Expo, which is going on until December 12th at the Impact Arena. We look at the new 2022 Motorcycles and I will show you my favorite, top new Motorcycles on display at the event. Which one is your favorite top pick, let me know in the comments.





Redigeret af nej d. 04-06-2022 12:14

Oprettet af thai d. 06-06-2022 09:40
#141

Bangkok Pride 2022 - Silom hosts Thailand's first Pride parade for 16 years!

The first pride parade to take part in Thailand's capital city for 16 years. Bangkok Naruemit Pride 2022 started its journey at the Sri Maha Mariamman Hindu Temple at 4pm. Tens of thousands of participants took part in this amazing spectacle of colour and diversity.




Oprettet af IT d. 07-06-2022 11:47
#142


Oprettet af hassel d. 09-06-2022 07:35
#143

Before-and-after footage shows how the bustling Ratchada Night Train Market has been destroyed over the last two years due to the pandemic.


Oprettet af hassel d. 11-06-2022 08:57
#144

Watch snooker cues made by hand in A Thai workshop favoured by Ronnie O'Sullivan.

The cues begin life as a block of wood before being shaped and sanded at O'Min Cues in Minburi on the outskirts of Bangkok.

Owner Somkiat Kulawattanaporn is nicknamed O'Min. He is one of the most well-known suppliers in Asia.

Ronnie O'Sullivan and Jimmy White are among those who have ordered his handmade cues. A photo of The Rocket visiting his shop even takes pride of place on a wall of photographs.

This place is well worth a visit for anyone who likes snooker or pool!


Oprettet af hassel d. 15-06-2022 12:08
#145

A crumbling 200-year-old Chinese house has been converted into a cafe in Bangkok's Talat Noi district.

Patina Bangkok Cafe owners renovated the property for customers to enjoy the traditional architecture of the Chinese settlers in Thailand in the 19th century.

The two-story home has arched doors and two ancient Chinese wells with Thai-style wooden windows and vintage furniture.

Walls was decorated with paint peeling off the house from repeated painting and erosion of the wall that is more than two centuries old.

Patina Cafe opens from 9 am to 6 pm while the bar zone opens from 5 pm to 11 pm.


Oprettet af natie d. 18-06-2022 08:06
#146


Oprettet af nej d. 19-06-2022 13:08
#147


Oprettet af eneber d. 21-06-2022 14:39
#148

The return of Music in the Park gives people in Bangkok a chance to enjoy the tunes after the coronavirus silenced the concerts for more than two years.


Redigeret af eneber d. 21-06-2022 14:41

Oprettet af hassel d. 23-06-2022 15:23
#149

Colourful parrots were displayed allowing families to get to know the creatures at shopping mall in Bangkok.

The birds included finches, canaries, mini parrots, macaws, and lovebirds at the Central World building.

Organisers said the stand allowed children to touch the birds, take pictures and feed them. Vendors were also selling pet supplies.


Oprettet af jens peter d. 24-06-2022 15:02
#150

The Thai massage trade is picking up as tourists return to the country.


Oprettet af jens peter d. 27-06-2022 09:13
#151

Stray cats have taken over the sight of the night train market in Ratchada. The popular market couldn't survive the drought of customers during the recent difficult years. It's now just wasteland with cats roaming. However, there are plans from new owners Central Group to develop the land, so something new should be appearing there soon.


Oprettet af pareden d. 28-06-2022 13:43
#152

Her er seks af de bedste flycaféer i Bangkok eller inden for en nem køreafstand.

De omfatter et tidligere US Air Force-fly, der er blevet omdannet til en cafe på en tankstation i Chachaongsao, på vej til Pattaya .

En McDonnell Douglas MD-80, der blev skrottet i 2019, er nu et farverigt spisested i Bangkok.

En pensioneret Boeing 747 jumbojet serverer snacks og drinks i Bangkok. Mens en nedlagt Airbus A330 tiltrækker besøgende til Sattahip i Chonburi-provinsen.

Thai Airways brugte reservedele til fly til at åbne denne restaurant, der serverede varme måltider i deres hovedkvarter i Bangkok.

Og en cafe på Chatuchak Weekend Market bruger et gammelt militærfly.


Oprettet af Thaihans d. 07-07-2022 09:08
#153

Food vendors have been a constant presence in Bangkok – but thousands of them are now being chased off the streets thanks to a move by Thailand’s military government to ‘clean up’ the country.





Bangkok is known as much for its smell as its sights.

For decades the noisy bustle of street vendors selling papaya salad, braised duck, grilled chicken, fish, noodles and other local delicacies, has been a constant presence across the city.

Many sidewalks are densely crowded with stalls selling food and drink, clothes and jewelry, toys and lottery tickets – an energetic constant the city has become known for.

But soon this could become the Bangkok of years past.

In a bid to “clean up” the city, the authorities have already cleared away thousands of vendors. At the same time a major riverfront development will see whole communities evicted.

In one small community on the Chao Phraya River, local families are preparing for the day they’ll be moved away, to be replaced by a concrete promenade. “It’s like they want to wipe out the poor,” one woman tells Dateline reporter Amos Roberts.

Oprettet af Smukke Erik d. 09-07-2022 09:44
#154

Bangkok har alt untaget Turister((7))

This cool little flea market gathers vintage items all in one place.

There’s also an old Vietnam-era plane converted into a cafe at The Camp market area in Chatuchak, Bangkok.




Redigeret af Smukke Erik d. 09-07-2022 09:46

Oprettet af skipper d. 09-07-2022 22:09
#155

Hæ hæ, jamen så må de jo begynde at behandle os bedre, ingen farangpriser og anden humbug.
De må se i øjnene at de skal forsørge sig selv, vi andre har nok at se til i forvejen derhjemme uden også at forsørge dem på vores ferie ((11((

Oprettet af thai d. 12-07-2022 14:20
#156

The Happy Buds truck sells fresh cannabis on Khaosan Road. Owner 'Louis' has converted the food stand into a late-night weed dispensary. Tourists are able to buy and smoke outside one of the many bars along the bustling road. The strains start at 700 Baht (16.25 GBP) per gram. They include Bangkok Night Nurse, Mango, Wild Thai, Sour Diesel and Tomyum. The surreal scene came as ministers decriminalized marijuana. Hundreds of stalls and shops around the country are now openly selling the drug.


Oprettet af IT d. 14-07-2022 09:43
#157

Nightlife is picking up on Khaosan Road again. Travel restrictions have eased and its a green light for bars and clubs. Even the crazy mask rule has been dropped.



Oprettet af IT d. 15-07-2022 10:31
#158

Bangkok before the Skytrain was a very different place as you’ll see in this footage filmed in the 1980s.



Redigeret af IT d. 15-07-2022 10:32

Oprettet af peter greersen d. 17-07-2022 17:05
#159

Hvem ville ikke ønske, at de havde en tidsmaskine til at rejse tilbage til Bangkok for 50 år siden for på egen hånd at opleve, hvordan byen var dengang?


Oprettet af peter greersen d. 19-07-2022 14:37
#160

dejligt ingen mundbind nu mangler vi bare at de smider toppen ((7))


Redigeret af peter greersen d. 19-07-2022 14:40

Oprettet af peter greersen d. 22-07-2022 07:57
#161

UPS det regner igen

he Bangkok Metropolitan Administration or BMA reported flooding in several
locations throughout Bangkok, following hours of heavy rain last night.



Footage shows vehicles battling through flooded roads after heavy rain swept across Thailand today. Monsoons sweeping in from the Andaman Sea in southern Thailand moved upwards across the land and into the gulf on Thailand sea before hitting central areas in Bangkok by late afternoon local time.


Redigeret af peter greersen d. 22-07-2022 08:02

Oprettet af nick d. 24-07-2022 14:17
#162

Welcome To The Bangkok Hilton

You’d have to be very desperate or very stupid to do drugs in Thailand.

After all, the warnings couldn’t be any clearer, the penalties any tougher.

Still, they’re shocked when they find themselves in some of the world’s most appalling, most brutal jails like the notorious Bangkok Hilton.




Oprettet af Q8 d. 28-07-2022 13:53
#163

Ratchadamnoen Avenue and nearby areas are decorated with lights to celebrate His Majesty the King’s 70th birthday on July 28, 2022.


Oprettet af sky d. 29-07-2022 14:27
#164

Tag med på denne helt igennem super familievenlige tur som både er med longtailbåd, Tuk tuk, tog, minifærge og cykelrickshaw.



Oprettet af jens peter d. 30-07-2022 15:38
#165

Welcome to the a Thaiger throwback video.

For many centuries, Bangkokians have used canals as their main way for transportation.

But ever since technology and roads were introduced to Thailand, Bangkokians have turned their front doors away from the waterways and started facing the main streets instead.

However, Natty managed to find a quaint little community in the inner part of Bangkok that has remained relatively untouched. Join her and Khun Ohm from Hidden Bangkok Tours in this episode, to see how Bangkok used to look like 60 years ago


Redigeret af jens peter d. 30-07-2022 15:39

Oprettet af Thaihans d. 31-07-2022 10:19
#166

You must try this buffet located at Lumpini park in Bangkok, Thailand. Possibly the cheapest all you can eat buffet in Thailand, it has a wide variety of choices to choose from before or after you visit Thailand's first ever public park.

Join Natty and Jay as they try this buffet and visit Lumpini park and show you all it has to offer.


Oprettet af M55 d. 06-08-2022 11:37
#167

Banchakitti Forest Park is the place to be at dusk for sunset selfies. If that’s your thing.


Oprettet af eneber d. 07-08-2022 13:57
#168

Soapy Massage Parlor On Sale For $14 MILLION

The venue in Bangkok has 104 rooms with baths and jacuzzis all decorated with bright wallpaper and bed spreads Owners claim there were more than 100 customers a day before the pandemic.

They said it made profits of between 90,000 US dollars and 180,000 US dollars a month. Even that wouldn't be worth 14 mill!

That's a hefty price tag for a bath house without any customers!

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Oprettet af nick d. 12-08-2022 16:28
#169

Kaosan Road has become Thailand's unofficial 'Cannabis Street' following the bizarre legalisation of the plant. Enjoy this walk though the country's weirdest street.