“Bangkok is the most visited city on planet Earth. More than 21 million people step off planes into this swirling city of history and debauchery. A rip-roaring metropolis hugs the public transport and centuries-old heritage thrives through Chinatown and up and down the Chao Phraya River.
Oh, and there’s a jungle. Did you not know about the jungle?
The Green Lung moniker for Bangkok’s Bang Kachao isn’t a simple reference to the oxygen pumped into the city air – it even looks like a lung from the air. On the ground, coconuts fall, snakes and water monitors slither, and empty, moss-laden biking and walking lanes wend through 16 square kilometers of tropical forest…”
Read about the Bangkok Green Lung and see my photography used for this article on Remote Lands here.