Though the endless overpasses and grimy back alleys of Bangkok might initially make you think otherwise, there really is an endless stream of photo ops and experiences to be had in this complex town. Soak it in, keep your eyes peeled and take a good look around, you never know when the city will do her best showing off.
The always-dazzling Wat Phra Kaew.
Temples abound throughout Bangkok. Here, offerings at Wat Prayoon.
Homemade beef jerky drying in the Thonburi sun.
Old meets new with Wat Pathum Wanaram in the shade of Siam Paragon, Bangkok's biggest mall.
Quiet scenes on busy streets.
An "is this really still Bangkok?" moments: monks leaving a ferry on the Chao Phraya.
Planking outside the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre.
Lotus' for sale out the Hindu Temple Sri Maha Mariamman.
The ladyboy phenomenon is not a myth. See the girls in action every day on the streets or at one of the many popular cabarets.
Colourful urban living.
Waiting for the khlong taxi, the city's most unique form of transport.
Clearly Bangkok's number one priority: electrical safety.
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