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Siem Reap, Cambodia
Not as famous as Preah Khan or Ta Phrom ("Tomb Raider" movie), but definitely less crowded, hence more silent than Bayon or especially Angkor Wat:...
Siem Reap, Cambodia
My favorite place on the tour: Prasat Bayon in Angkor Thom with its smiling stone faces
Leaving the Caspian Sea, entering the Greater Caucasus range west of Baku, capital city of Azerbaijan, and east of Tbilisi, capital city of Georgia
View on the Spīn Ghar mountain range, the "White Mountains" or 'Indian Caucasus" in eastern Afghanistan, connected with the offshoots of the Hindu...
Finally, after hundreds, if not thousands of Buddhas seen, this large golden one, of course, at the Golden Triangle, the confluence of the Ruak and...
Pa O Don Chai, Thailand
Svarbhānu wants to strike you with darkness
Chao Phraya river and city lights
Always heavy traffic on the lifeline of Bangkok
The Khlong Bangkok Yai is one of the major canals of the capital city Bangkok that was historically crisscrossed by many khlongs, therefore gained...
The massive ochre-roofed wihaan of Wat Kalayanamit, supposedly the largest one in Thailand, on the riverfront of the Chao Phraya in Thonburi
Millennium Hilton Bangkok
There are many small canals - khlongs - in Bangkok which split off from the Chao Phraya Rriver
The Chao Phraya is the major river in Thailand that flows through Bangkok and then into the Gulf of Thailand
Baiyoke Tower II
The 304 m high Baiyoke Tower has a public observatory on the 77th floor, including a revolving restaurant
Bangkok's currently highest, recently finished building: the MahaNakhon, with 314 m for residential and hotel use
A slate pathway is leading to the elevated temple Wat Saphan Hin, located on a 200 metres hill above the plain of Sukhothai
Wat Saphan Hin has two Buddha images: a 12.5 metres tall standing one named "Phra Attharot", and one in almost human size from the 8th century
Wat Phra Phai Luang was the ritual center of Sukhothai and the largest temple in the city area, built in the late 12th century when the city was...
Wat Si Sawai was founded before the Sukhothai Kingdom by the Khmer-Lavo in the late 12th or early 13th century and has three well-preserved prang,...
Wat Si Chum has a 11 metres wide and 15 metres high seated Buddha image called "Phra Achana" inside a massive mandapa built in the late 14th century
Wat Chetuphon, built before 1412, is surrounded by a moat and a brick wall
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