From the sea of cars ruling the road to people eating their food at tables set up on the streets, life in Bangkok seems somewhat similar to how it was four decades ago.
Dutch photographer Don Oppedijk captured many charming scenes in the Old Town in 1977-1981 to showcase the livelihood of locals before there were too many malls.
The famous “Golden Mount” at Saket Temple
A fruit hawker
A hawker selling rice crackers and rolled wafer snacks
Super-classic, grilled squid stall with a manual squid grinder!
A tuk tuk ride
Modern transportation? No, let’s take a boat.
A journey on the water
Wooden houses by the Chao Phraya river
Riverside rusty-roofed houses
A flea market
Lunch break for site workers
Celebrate Christmas and end the year in relaxation at Trisara – the premier luxury resort of North Western Phuket – home to PRU, Phuket’s only Michelin-starred restaurant. From December 24th to January 3rd, Trisara is hosting celebrations and unique experiences, with each day having different offerings. Enjoy the newly-finished beachfront cabanas, or take a cruise in the afternoon sun on a sport cruiser. Families are welcome, as parents can treat themselves at Jara Wellness while the resort’s Kids Club keeps their children entertained. These are just a few options specially crafted to ensure maximum enjoyment out of each and every stay.
Find out more at: https://trisara.com/