Bangkok

Thailand: Week 1 in Photos

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Natalie Schunk is a student at Grand Valley State University and an ISA Photo Blogger. She is currently studying abroad with ISA in Bangkok, Thailand.

Street View of Green Park Home, our dormitory, residing in a small residential community.

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Phra Pathom Chedi Temple in Nakorn Pathom

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One of many shops at Chatuchak Weekend Market, which draws large crowds to buy various types of goods, including pets.

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Phutthamonthon Park, very close to Mahidol University, a vast and beautiful place to relax.

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View from a public bus. This type of transportation is simple and cheap, although many locals ride motorbikes.

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Erawan National Park in Kanchanaburi, Thailand. There are seven waterfalls and a great opportunity for hiking.

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Various fish and eggs for sale at an early morning market in Nakorn Pathom.

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Top of the hill at the Death Rail Museum in Kanchanaburi. Visitors can walk the pathways where the rail had existed.

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Amphawa Floating Market at night. Vendors here prepare an amazing array of Thai food, sometimes while sitting in the boats.

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The world awaits…discover it.

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