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BANGKOK | Another side of Chinatown

(Canon A1, Lomography CN 100)

One of those random days in Bangkok, we hopped off the train and found ourselves in unfamiliar territories. There is something about its explosion of colours and its tranquility, the lack of buzz we’ve accustomed Bangkok with and the way the locals go about their daily life unhassled by the passing of time, that make it irresistibly charming.

BANGKOK | Srinagarindra Train Night Market (Rod Fai Night Market)

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

(Canon A1, Lomography CN100)

Rod Fai Night Market, the one behind Seacon Square Shopping Mall, is one of my favourite night markets in Bangkok. It’s much larger than the one at Ratchada, with a lot more vintage to feast my eyes on,  but if you are just looking for a night market to chill at, the Ratchada one would suffice as it is way more accessible (beside the Thai Cultural Centre MRT) than this one. Can’t wait to visit Bangkok again once travel is safe to resume.

P.s. the Lomo CN100 is pretty tolerant under low light conditions.

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

Srinagarindra Train Night Market

BANGKOK | Accommodation for the trip

(Canon A1, Lomography CN100)


On one of our usual trips to Bangkok, we checked ourselves into a whimsical boutique hotel cum hostel in the Ari neighbourhood. It was beautifully decorated, and came with touches of vintage that went right up my alley. I would have left the place pretty much a satisfied customer, but I left my tablet in the room after checkout and never got it back, leaving me with mostly sullen memories of the place.

(Canon A1, Ferrania Solaris 100 – expired)