Sunday, June 21, 2009

Khao Takiab Vantage #3 (Monkeys Mountain)

I like it, Coke or Pepsi, I am proud to be presenter!

We got to take care each other you know :)
Sad me, when my girl leave

Oooooppps!! Too sexy?

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Khao Takiab Vantage #2

The giant golden Buddha Statue standing against the cliff has become a landmark of Khao TakiabThis huge statue of golden buddha, also can be called as Guanyin and the Thousand Arms. In China, it is said that fishermen used to pray to her to ensure safe voyages

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Khao Takiab Vantage #1

It is the top view from Khao Takiab Vantage, This hill is situated at the southern end of Hua Hin, only 4 kilometers from the town.

Khao Takiab can be written several ways in English: Khao Takiab, Kao Takiab, Khao Takiap, Kao Takiap, Takiep, Takieb, and so on. We have decided to stick with the one that follows the Thai closest เขาตะเกียบ or Khao Takiab. The name itself actually means "Chopstick Hill".

While we were walking up there, there are some nice stopping points where we can see rocks and cliffs. It is quite high from our standing point when we look down to the water.

Very windy too!

Friday, June 12, 2009

Sai Yok Noi Waterfall, Kanchanaburi

Hope this is not disappointed you, it is rather small or we could call tiny waterfall in summer time. Normally it would be lot of water like it shows in one of postcard I bought there.
Close up of water from top to down.

Overall view, there were some foreigners visiting here and they were wearing bikini or swimming wear while mostly local people were wearing shorts and T-shirt.

At the end of it, this was most deepest water scale and kids were enjoy it still.

I tried to put my feet into water, and it was really cool. It was very contrast with hot temperature of that day. No wonder why many kids just sang them self in water like that.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Death Railway, Kanchanaburi

Typical train in Thailand, it is called 3rd class. The lowest class we have, it runs daily along country side. I got this photo during our trip to Kanchaburi, where I post earlier about WWII Crematory.
The famous Death Railway created during WWII, now becomes tourist places. Beauty of the sadness.
The view from the train head, we are heading to Sai Yok Noi Waterfall, and we are on the railway of history.View from the backside of train, once we are leaving to Bangkok. In the evening, there is no tourist at all.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Smiles ~ Let say Cheese!

As you may know, Thailand is Land of Smile :) And here are some statue I found in serveral temples. They make me smile too
Say Hi with me too!

Or dancing? I'm not sure

A Little giggle I think, not fully smile. It seems he has something funny but don't want to share and keep smile for himself. Cute one

Even the Lion wants to join the dance or supermodel posting ?

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Suan Pakkard Palace, Bangkok #2

This photo shows the view of The Lacquer Pavilion, the one on the right side. It has a lot of beautiful painting at the inside panel. However, photograph on the house is prohibited.
The small bridge that links The Lacquer Pavilion with another 8 Thai houses.

The corner between the open musuem and owner's private section.

One of the Thai house, among 9 houses. Beautiful? I love this place.