The more you are away from home, the more you appreciate the precious little time when you have a chance to be back. It's interesting how I see my hometown "Hua-Hin" differently when I walk around with a camera. The city where I used to live for years is becoming even more exciting seeing thru viewfinder and lens. Similarly with Bangkok, it's fun to be a tourist in your own country and see things the way tourists do.
Since there is not much happening during the day in Hua-Hin, I decided to wander around at night photographing both tourist and non-tourist scenes. The most obvious place to start is Hua-Hin Night Market.
I find the small neighborhood around the fresh market (near train tracks) quite refreshing as I can really document the local life not seen by many tourists.
Walking down to the beer bar street and alleys around Hilton Hotel, the scene becomes more lively as foreign tourists cluster in the area, many restaurants, countless bars and massage shops.
Moving on to Bangkok, it was actually my first time staying in Sukhumvit area (as my house in Bangkok is in the outskirt of the city), so walking around with a camera like a tourist and visiting a red-light district were really fun. These photos do not represent Thais/ Thailand as a whole, I capture and share them strictly for an artistic purpose, not to promote any of the businesses or individuals.
Bangkok China Town (AKA Yaowarat Road) is also a great spot for night photography. It's always busy, colorful and has unlimited supply of good food!