61 Photos - Dec 8, 2013
Photo: Singapore Airlines, A380 at LAXPhoto: 3 AM, Singapore Changi Airport, plenty of power ports available now!Photo: Singapore Changi Airport, they have multiple Koi ponds in the airport!Photo: Our first look at the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok.Photo: The Chatrium Hotel (where we stayed) from the river.Photo: On the riverPhoto: A River bus.Photo: The Chao Phraya River from our hotel room.Photo: Singha... The beer of Thailand.Photo: Modern Highrise in Bangkok.Photo: Standing in front of Wat Phra Kaew at the Grand Palace.Photo: Wat Phra KaewPhoto: Wat Phra Kaew - it was crowded when we were there.Photo: Detail of building at Wat Phra Kaew.Photo: Wat Phra KaewPhoto: Wat Phra KaewPhoto: Wat Phra KaewPhoto: Photo: Detail of base of towere at Wat Phra KaewPhoto: Half bird half human.Photo: Wat Phra KaewPhoto: Wat Phra KaewPhoto: The Grand PalacePhoto: Wat Phra KaewPhoto: The Grand Palace. No longer in use.Photo: Grand PalacePhoto: The Grand Palace.Photo: Throne room at Grand Palace.Photo: At the Grand Palace.Photo: Asiatique. A riverfront market and entertainment complex. It was very near our hotel.Photo: Night view from our hotel.Photo: The giant wheel at Asiatique.Photo: At Chatuchak Market. Apparently they cost 320 Baht (about $10.)Photo: Food, bait??Photo: Lots of anaimals for sale at Chatuchak.Photo: This cute critter is available too.Photo: The relining Budha at Wat PoPhoto: Like the details on the toes?Photo: Wat PoPhoto: Wat PoPhoto: Wat PoPhoto: Wat PoPhoto: Wat PoPhoto: Wat Po - each one is different.Photo: Wat PoPhoto: Wat PoPhoto: Wat PoPhoto: Wat Po - the colors were so vibrant.Photo: Detai of the roofline at Wat PoPhoto: Wat PoPhoto: The weather, moisture and humidity take a toll.Photo: Maintenance is an ongoing affair. All done by hand!Photo: Interesting buildings along the river.Photo: Interesting buildings along the river.Photo: Apparently there are still some cheap accomodations along the river.Photo: The only Christian church we saw in Thailand. Of course 90% of the population are Budhist, and the next largest group are Hindu.Photo: The old Customs House.Photo: Infinity pool at our hotel.Photo: The view South down the river. Our room faced North.Photo: Sunday morning, as we prepared to leave. There appeared to be a fire across the river.Photo: Suvarnabhumi Airport (Bangkok main airport)