Modern classicals

I like his style a lot.
The loafers match the bag and the trousers. The trousers are slightly raised above the ankle. The t-shirt has cool details and colors. Retro sunglasses, watch and belt. A good illustration of classical items worn with style.

Advertisements

Songkran

New Year’s celebrations in Thailand take place from the 13th to the 15th of April. The Songkran festival I experienced in Bangkok wasn’t exactly spiritual and religious (the water is originally meant as a symbol of washing all of the bad away and the use of chalk refers to the way blessings are marked by monks), but it was a lot of fun. Get yourself a water-gun and go play with everyone but be ready to be soaked and covered with chalk.

Siam square

Siam square, the modern shopping area of Bangkok.

I would recommend you to drop by Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. A brand new and promising showcase for young Thai contemporary artists.

Holy thai

Theravada or Hinayana Buddhism is the national religion of Thailand (faith of 95% of the population) but there is total religious freedom and both the king and the governement support all the religions.
Temples and representations of Buddha are ubiquitous in Thai society and represent a real delight for the eyes.


Wat Thep Sirin


Wat Phra Chetuphon, also known as Wat Pho. The oldest and largest temple in Bangkok


The reclining Buddha in Wat Pho (46 meters long and 15 meters high)


Wat Pho


Around Wat Phra Kaew


In the ruins of Sukhothai, capital of an early kingdom (from 1238 to 1438)