RF2GT83N6–Sao Chingcha The Giant Swing At Bangkok, Thailand
RM2AK6BWA–BANGKOK, THAILAND - APRIL 15, 2019: The tuk-tuk rickshaw stands at the open doors of the Wat Suthat temple with a view on inner courtyard of famous re
RF2H599Y4–Bangkok, Thailand - Nov 23, 2019 : Vintage street lamp in front of The Giant Swing or 'Sao Chingcha'.
RFGR4P81–Sao Chingcha landmark of Bangkok
RFTA7PFH–The Giant Swing and Suthat Temple at Twilight Time, in Bangkok Thailand
RM2B021AC–The Phra I-suan contains a 1 m (3ft) Shiva linga which dates possibly to the 6th century CE. Nakhon Si Thammarat was the administrative center of southern Thailand during most of its history. Originally a coastal city, silting moved the coastline away from the city. It is one of the oldest towns in Thailand and most historians recognize the Tambralinga kingdom of Chinese records as a precursor of Nakhon Si Thammarat. With the fall of the Siamese capital of Ayutthaya in 1767 it regained independence, but returned to its allegiance on the founding of Bangkok. In the 17th century British, Portu
RFJ7CJ42–Giant Swing or Sao Chingcha is a religious structure in Phra Nakhon location in front of Wat Suthat Thepphaararam and traffic road on May 11, 2017 in
RFR890HH–Giant Swing in Bangkok, Thailand.
RF2C5HAT3–The Giant Swing post or Sao Chingcha signature landmark travel location of Bangkok, Thailand with blue sky space for text
RMM25YRE–Wat Suthat temple - Bangkok
RFRFBX55–sunrise at Swing pillars in Bangkok. Sao Chingcha or Swing pillars are the architecture created for the ceremony of swinging in the royal ceremony of
RMT0H6C9–Sao Chingcha, the Great Swing, Bamrung Meuang Road, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand
RFTC2JY0–Sao Chingcha famous tourist attraction in Thailand illustration.vector
RM2B1JH1X–Sao Chingcha, the Great Swing, Lan Khon Mueang Town Square, Bangkok, Thailand
RFFAME7T–Giant swing or Sao Chingcha, popular object (Brahman) made from wood in Bangkok, Thailand.
RFWGAJPB–Bangkok thailand, giant swing (Sao Chingcha) landmark of thai at morning time.
RFMC50H6–BANGKOK, THAILAND - NOVEMBER 11, 2014: The Giant Swing is a religious structure located in front of Wat Suthat temple in Bangkok, Thailand.
RMM1356M–A detail of external decorations of Wat Arun temple in Bangkok, Thailand