Walking across the Taksin Bridge in Bangkok

In this video I am walking across the Taksin Bridge. Not many people walk across the bridge, because it is so warm outside, and there are other options like taking a car, BTS SkyTrain or the ferry boat.

The Taksin Bridge (Thai: สะพานสมเด็จพระเจ้าตากสินมหาราช) is a bridge crossing the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand. The bridge was designed with a large gap between opposing traffic directions to accommodate a canceled mass transit system. The disused foundations were eventually adapted for the BTS Skytrain, with train services across the bridge beginning on 5 December 1999. The bridge was named after King Taksin.

Boat noodles at Victory monument and more

This video starts with a shot of several workers very high up making repairs on a billboard without wearing any safety equipment. After that we are on the way to Victory Monument to try the boat noodles. We take the skytrain and you can see how civilised everything is going even during rush hour. We tried 2 different boat noodles restaurants.