In Banglampoo, chatter and movement flow outward from Khaosan Road, an ever-evolving marketplace and bar scene for travelers on the Southeast Asia circuit. Although the incandescent path is Banglampoo's most recognizable landmark, there's more to this north Bangkok neighborhood than fish spas and henna tattoos. Banglampoo is just as much made from what you don't immediately see—locally famous noodle shops operate from apartment buildings' bottom floors and temples tuck into almost-quiet side streets.See 27 places to stay Save this neighborhood
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Brent Lewin is an award-winning photographer residing in Bangkok and Toronto. His personal work largely focuses on the plight of the Asian elephant in Thailand. Brent's work has been profiled and featured in publications such as National Geographic, The New York Times, Discovery Channel Magazine, and the industry magazine Photo District News (PDN). Brent's work has also been recognized with over a dozen awards at many prestigious international contests.