The South-East Asia is a beautiful place, with its history, they have some fantastic architectures and scenery that we shouldn’t missed, Buddhist temples and pagodas sitting next to charming western buildings, which is something worth seeing!
The track is so close to buildings that locomotives, which run the line twice a day, has to practically brush past pedestrians and children playing in street. The locals know when the train is coming and move out of the way and even dismantle shop displays when the train is approaching. For them, it is part of their routine. Old men will sit on the tracks all day talking, and as the train approaches, they get up, move their chairs a meter away from the track and continue talking while the train goes past. Others start filing into the house or bring in their scooters from outside to make way for the train. When the track is clear they move back into the middle.
People there lives a peaceful life, they stay close with their friends and families, the most treasury thing in the whole world.
Such scene is so beautiful that I am so afraid to disturb.