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My memory of Thailand: Many Pictures

Updated on May 11, 2013

Visiting Thailand

In March 2010, I visited Thailand for the first time. I was there with my mother and our first stop in Thailand was Chiang Mai. From there, we took a sleeper train to Bangkok. The ride took about 15 hours due to a 2 hour delay. However, the ride was comfortable and provided us a good night of rest.

The following photos were taken by me throughout the one week we spent in Thailand (3 days in Chiang Mai + 4 days in Bangkok). Hope you will enjoy them!

Below, you will also find links to my posts on what I did during my stay in Chiang Mai and Bangkok. I loved Bangkok so much that it is listed as one of my top 5 favourite cities.

Warorot Market (Chiang Mai)

The busy Warorot Market, filled with stalls selling food, snacks and clothes.
The busy Warorot Market, filled with stalls selling food, snacks and clothes.

Interesting Quote at Doi Suthep (Chiang Mai)

Interesting quote found along the way up to Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai.
Interesting quote found along the way up to Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai.

Sleeping Buddha inside Doi Suthep (Chiang Mai)

Sleeping Buddha inside Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai.
Sleeping Buddha inside Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai.

Delicious Mango Salad

Delicious mango salad at the Sunday Night Market in Chiang Mai.
Delicious mango salad at the Sunday Night Market in Chiang Mai.

Bangkok's Chinatown

Experience the hustle and bustle at Chinatown (Yaowarat Road) , Bangkok
Experience the hustle and bustle at Chinatown (Yaowarat Road) , Bangkok

Borsang Umbrella Village

Beautiful and colourful umbrellas at Borsang Umbrella Village, Chiang Mai.
Beautiful and colourful umbrellas at Borsang Umbrella Village, Chiang Mai.

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market (near Bangkok)

Busy floating market located about 1.5 hours from Bangkok
Busy floating market located about 1.5 hours from Bangkok

Beautiful Wood Carving of Monkeys (near Bangkok)

Intricate wood carving of monkeys on sale at factory near Bangkok.
Intricate wood carving of monkeys on sale at factory near Bangkok.

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      Marion 6 years ago

      Visited Chiang Mai in October - November. I loved the sunday Night Market.

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      lilian_sg 6 years ago from Singapore

      Thanks for commenting! Yeah, the Sunday night market is really huge and with lots of bargains too =)

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