Bangkok – hustle and bustle of a big city

Bangkok – hustle and bustle of a big city

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Photographer Wolfgang Scholvien travelled to Bangkok in 2014. His documentary images show turbulent and tranquil parts of the megapolis.


1. Arrival of a European women at the Sathorn Pier of Chao Phraya River nearby Taksin Bridge




2. Promoter for Khlong Touren are waiting for tourists




3. The latest newspaper reader – at Victory Monument




4. Pusher unit at Chao Phraya




5. „Housing areat“ at Khlong




6. Long tailed Speedboot on Chao Phraya River powered by an 8-cylinder big block engine




7. Delivery of goods in the shopping streets of Chinatown




8. Cookshops in chinatown




9. Movement of goods and electrical works in the busy streets of Chinatown




10. Exit from Chinatown




11. Rich chinese women walks to her Mercedes limousine




12. Market in Chinatown




13. Located 200 metres above the ground, the Vertigo Sky Bar at the Banyan Tree Hotel complex offers a breathtaking view over the city




14. Overlooking the  Sukhumvit district, one of Bangkoks most popular area


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