I love getting up to the highest point in cities to get a nice perspective. I’m afraid I have forgotten the name of this place in Bangkok, but it’s the tallest building there. I have a good memory; it just doesn’t last very long.
The top of many tall buildings have bars or restaurants where you can take photos. No one ever really seems to mind. One BIG problem though is the lights inside the bar. They bounce off the windows and create an awful reflection. I usually contact someone that works there and give them a tip to turn off all the lights for 5 minutes while I take the photo. I am sure to set everything up first, so I can get to snapping… especially since as soon as the lights go off, a mild amount of panic ensues from the patrons.
from my daily photo blog at www.stuckincustoms.com
The empty blackhole that is TOT and CAT
The Bangkok Post : TOT Plc and CAT Telecom have failed to provide efficient services and appropriate returns to the state since their partial privatisation, Finance Minister Korn Chatikavanij says. … Mr Korn said CAT earned 21 billion baht from concession fees in 2007 but handed over only 2 billion baht to the state. The agency earned 23 billion baht in fees in 2008 but gave a return of 5.5 …
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