My journey to zero waste lifestyle

My eyes opened in one of the many beaches in Thailand. I had seen there dirt / rubbish / plastic on the beaches, dirty browny water ( I actually used an underwater camera to see around under the water. And on my video was just cloudy browny water. I even couldn’t see myself in the video considering how close my camera was to my body) and this scenario opened my eyes.

WHAT ARE WE DOING TO OUR BEAUTIFUL PLANET & OCEANS?

Back in Bangkok, I suddenly had seen a plastic bags completely everywhere. The amount of plastic bags (from tiny little ones to a big size one) is unbelievable.

And this made me think.

WHAT CAN I DO TO CHANGE IT? HOW CAN I MAKE A CHANGE?

I STARTED FROM MYSELF.

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Vegan friendly restaurants in Bangkok

Here are some vegan friendly restaurants what I have visited (with photos). There are many more Vegan friendly restaurants in Bangkok. This is just a short list of restaurants what I know of or I have visited. If you know about some good vegan restaurant (what I haven’t mentioned here) please let me know in a comment below I would be so happy to go there and eat delicious vegan food.

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Golden Mount, Wat Saket in Bangkok

Wat Saket, popularly known as the Golden Mount or ‘Phu Khao Thong’ in Thai, is a low hill crowned with a gleaming gold chedi. Within, the 58-metre chedi houses a Buddha relic.

Its origins can be traced back to the Ayutthaya period (1350- 1767 AD) and it underwent major renovations during King Rama I’s reign (1782-1809).

It is built on an artificial man-made hill.

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Bangkok, Khlong Toei Pier Market

Such an 💚AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE. Khlong Toei Pier Market is buzzing, colourful, full of locals doing their shopping. You would hardly see any tourists there. You can buy for low prices fresh fruit, veggies (what I went there for) but you can also buy a meat and fish.

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