Walking Routes in Bangkok - John Bush and more




Stop 1: Wat Suan Phlu - a small Wat, with a small reclining Buddha, lovely, a stop with making if you are in the area

Stop 2: Embassy of France 


Stop 3: Old Custom House - this is an amazing place, certainly an interesting place steeped in history, I wonder what will happen to it...


Stop 4: Haroon Mosque - a pocket of Muslim community and small surrounding neighbourhood 


Stop 5: Harmonique - a small Chinese restaurant in an old house, went in for a coffee, so that's all I can add - very popular with tourists and certainly photogenic 


Stop 6: Wat Muang Kae - a small Wat, next to a school but between tall skyscrapers and more


Stop 7: Street Art - a collection of popular street art along the wall 


Stop 8: Warehouse 30 - a collection of old Japanese warehouses now a set of trendy shops, art collections and more
   location: https://goo.gl/maps/Ho8wpdNPf1z  


Stop 9: House No.1 - a classical mansion on the vintage Captain Bush Lane, open for special events


Stop 10: Si Phraya Express Boat Pier - this is where you can get a boat on the Chao Phraya River, it's always worth getting it once




Bangkok development?



Sometimes your favourite restaurant for lunch is taken away 
- this was Embassy Park Plaza!

Do you think they will make another shopping mall?

We need more of them in Bangkok (sic).


Bangkok 101 - July


What can you do if you are visiting Bangkok?

One of the best things to read is Bangkok101 - https://www.bangkok101.com

Amongst other things it tells you what is happening this month - https://www.bangkok101.com/whats-on-in-july/

The edition this month focuses on Organic Food in Thailand.