Thai Dancing in One DayPhotographer : Jelliline Auerkarn Place : The City Pillar Shrine, Bangkok, Thailand Traditional Thai dance in Bangkok Thailand
Erawan shrine after Bombing
Bangkok bomb-hit Erawan shrine reopens
The shrine in Bangkok which was hit by a deadly explosion on Monday reopened to the public on Wednesday.
At least 20 people died and scores were injured in the attack on the Erawan Shrine, a Hindu site which is also popular with Thai Buddhists.
Bangkla LifePhotographer : Jelliline Auerkarn Place :Bangkla, Chachoengsao, Thailand Life at Bangkla, Chachoengsao City
New Year At Wat ArunPhotographer : Jelliline Auerkarn Place : Bangkok Thailand Countdown to New Year: Riverside fireworks at Wat Arun
The old Talad Noi community has a long, proud history to match the 220 glorious years of Bangkok’s existence. Historical records show that at the same time the ground-breaking for the building of the capital began in 1782, the first settlers of Talad Noi were setting up homes where the community now stands, next to Yaowaraj Chinatown in Samphanthawong district. Originally an ethnic Chinese community, Talad Noi is the original home of some of the country’s most influential business clans, including the Sophonpanich, Chokewattana and Chearavanont families. As with most other parts of Bangkok, modernisation has changed much of its oldest community’s original appearance and atmosphere.