For some reason, I came to Siam Square which was one of the most fashionable areas in Bangkok. Most of the shops doing business here were also seen in Tokyo. So I couldn't bask in the exotic atmosphere in this area. Honestly, I thought it was not interesting to visit. In such area, what attracted me was artistic productions. I didn't know about that before I came. Many artworks were displayed in spots. Walking the pedestrian bridge, I saw an enigmatic object was drawn on the roof. Besides, I could see the portrait of the King at the end of the road. This area weaved the tradition with the novelty.
When I watched the artworks, I realized that Thai people were financially comfortable enough to do. It was an evidence people could afford basic food, clothing or shelter. Sadly, my country seemed to be tight on money less than before.
|Aug 2018 IN THE CITY THAILAND|
|ARTWORK BANGKOK PORTRAIT|
August 17, 2018
January 16, 2020
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