The street near Mahachai station was bustling. Shops were doing business, stalls were open on the edge of the street, and local people were walking. Perhaps, it was the main street of this city. Because many shoppers walked the street, some vehicles for hire were also seen there.
I saw tuk-tuks just in front of the train station. Yet what I saw this time was different from them. Some cycle rickshaws called Samlor in Thailand were parked by the roadside. And the drivers waited for customers comfortably.
As I recalled, I also saw this type of vehicle in the city of Mae Klong two years ago. Yet I was in another city this time. Although I have never seen any Samlor in Bangkok, it might be common outside of the capital.
|Mar 2020 THAILAND VEHICLE|
|CUSTOMER WAITING TIME CYCLE RICKSHAW MAHACHAI|
March 28, 2020
September 14, 2020
SONY ALPHA 7R II
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA