Tuk-tuk Parked Near Tha Tien Pier

Tuk-tuk parked by the roadside

The tuk-tuk without any drivers was parked by the roadside near Tha Tien pier

Shot near Tha Tien pier in Bangkok, Thailand.

After enjoying watching the big white pagoda in Wat Arun, I embarked on a passenger ferry again. There is a ferry landing in the precinct of the temple as if it is made just for the tourists. And I came back to Phra Nakhon District where the Grand Palace and Wat Poh were located.

Many shops and stalls did business near Tha Tien pier because many tourists came here to get on the ferry. I walked through between the shops. And I found a tuk-tuk parked by the roadside when I stepped out the street. Maybe, it waited for customers here. Yet no driver was seen around the vehicle. Its engine was not lighted and it stopped silently.

By the way, I think it is uncommon to take a tuk-tuk for local people. It seemed to be used just for tourists. The vehicle like tuk-tuk might be way behind the times. However, foreign tourists prefer to hire for that reason.

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PHOTO DATA

No

11339

Shooting Date

Sep 2019

Posted On

December 26, 2019

Place

Bangkok, Thailand

Genre

Car Photography

Camera

SONY ALPHA 7R II

Lens

SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA

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