The Khlongs (3/22)

Many years ago, the Thai capital was dubbed the Venice of the East because of the many canals that ran through the city. Many of these waterways have since been filled in, to make way for Bangkok’s expanding concrete jungle, however, some khlongs (canals) remain in the city today. Their main purpose is to serve as a means of transportation, and the water, boats, and passengers certainly provide photographers with some noteworthy shots. These waterways run from Banglamphu to Ramkhamhaeng, and photographers can hop on and off as they please for incredibly affordable prices (about ฿10-20).

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