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Wakeboarding Bangkok

Wakeboarding Bangkok

Take a trip through the exotic floating markets of Bangkok, Thailand, courtesy of Red Bull and athlete Dominik G├╝hrs. Along the way he splashes his wakeboard past vendors and monks, and pulls off a variety of jumps, spins, rail slides, and other tricks through the narrow waterways.

Larger-than-life Samurai Sculpture

Larger-than-life Samurai Sculpture

Thailand sculptor Mari9art’s incredible build is made from recycled car parts and scrap steel. It measures 2.2m tall (~7.2 ft), and includes free door-to-port shipping, though getting it to your house might be a challenge from there. His lifesize T-Rex is even more mindblowing.

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Making Thai Style Ice Cream

Making Thai Style Ice Cream

A vendor in Thailand demonstrates a how to make a delicious ice cream treat using eggs, cream, crumbled oreos, and a freezing cold work surface. Don’t like chocolate? Try some raspberry.

Maeklong Market

Maeklong Market

A train track runs directly through the heart of this market in the heart of Thailand, sending shop owners scrambling to move their wares out of the way each time the train comes barreling through.

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