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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    Overlooking one of Bangkok's many Klongs, or canals.
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    Many of the housing developments built on Bangkok's canal system are built on wooden planks.
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    One of many golden, reclining Buddhas seen while touring the many temples that can be accessed directly from Bangkok's waterways.
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    There are regular puppet shows at the Artist's Village in Klong Bang Luong. The puppets are so large it typically takes 2-3 adults to operate one of them.
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    A lifesize statue of a pot-bellied man dipping his toe into the water, at the Artist's Village in Klong Bang Luong.
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    They look like multi-coloured cheetos, but they're actually fish food. Fish feeding is an integral part of any canal tour in Bangkok.
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    A wide shot of a typical housing construction seen along Bangkok's canals. Look closely. Can you see the reptile?
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    A closeup of an Asian Monitor Lizard slithering out its tonge as it re-enters the water. Bangkok's canals are home to several species of reptiles.
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    Overlooking one of Bangkok's many Klongs, or canals.
    Courtesy Muhammad Lila
  • The Canals of Bangkok

    Tiny Buddha piggy banks replace collection bins at the Wat Ratcha Orot, famous for its mixed Thai-Chinese architecture.
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    A traditional Thai longtail boat zips along one of Bangkok's many interconnecting canals.
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  • The Canals of Bangkok

    An artist paints a mask at the Artist's Village in Klong Bang Luong.
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