Planet Ride has toured the Web to get you the best travel photos in Thailand. Made by amateur photographer, semi-ro or pro, here is our selection. On the way to Thailand!
The son of the captain by Alexandre Ayer (New York)
Visiting the Thai islands is a must during a trip to Thailand. These trips by boat often bring you to meet often friendly! Alexandre Ayer shares a boat crossing with the captain’s son: Keeper of the fruit tray and the umbrella!
Alexandre Ayer’s Facebook page: Https://www.facebook.com/alexayerphoto
A day at the school of monks by Jon Samwell (Hanoy)
Jon Samwell is a professor of English in Vietnam and travels through Asia. His photos of Thailand were taken during his project Bangkok: Ten days, One Lens (Bangkok: 10 day, one lens); http://jonsanwell.com/2011/11/11/bangkok-ten-days-one-lens/, are taken from the daily lives of Thais.
Its website: http://jonsanwell.com/
The architectural madness of the MBK Center in Bangkok by Alexandre Ayer (New York)
Bangkok: Hundreds of Malls (mall), thousands of people and an architecture to lose the head. This photo of Alexandre Ayer was taken from the heart of Bangkok’s big shopping Center: MBK Center.
His Facebook page: Https://www.facebook.com/alexayerphoto
Sunset over Thailand by Pop Pic Nic (Bangkok)
Pop Pic Nic is a Thai photographer based in Bangkok. He takes the time and wants to discover his country. More pictures of him on his account Pixabay: https://pixabay.com/en/users/poppicnic-618331/
The waterfalls of Huai Mae Khamin by Prowpatareeya Tan (Bangkok)
A Thai artist who likes to be called Prow, Prowpatareeya Tan has shared many photos of his escapades in Thailand in the public domain. This choice of sharing and pooling of knowledge animates his travels and his shots. She shares her photos on her Pixabay account: https://pixabay.com/en/users/Prow-1019577/.
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