Archive for 'Thailand'

 

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Finally, I had a chance to continue on the project that I started a while back in 2014, that is the dance project. It is one if the projects I enjoy doing the most. This time we were doing the shoot in one of the old neighbourhoods of Bangkok which added some quirkiness and vibes to the photos.

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It’s been about 5 years since we last dived in Bali. Since then many things has happened. We moved to Shanghai then back and forth to Bangkok. Doesn’t matter how stable it is, when you live as an expat there is always a feeling uncertainty about your future. The call to pack up and move out is always in the back of your mind. That call came last year for us after living in Shanghai for 3 years.

 

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This page is just collection of some snapshots of our 3 days driving from Bangkok to Chiangmai. The further north we go the nicer it gets. Too bad we didn’t have a lot of time to stop anywhere for too long. Here are what we have managed to see. Hope you enjoy it.

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Having been to 200 over cities around the world, lived in 6 cities over 3 continents. I would say Bangkok is still ranking quite high up on the list of my favourite place. It has a special charm to it not because it is well developed but on the contrary, because it is gritty, edgy and a confuse city. One minute you are on a roof top bar and thinking the city is very modern and advance. The next, on your way back walking pass street vendors selling papaya salad from his modified bike with sidecar next to the gutter.

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Chiangmai

North of Thailand is always a really nice place in my opinion, cool weather, relax and polite people and great landscape. It is a perfect place for photography and photographer who is looking for a relax holiday. To add to the richness, the city has a lot of temples and ruins juxtaposing to the modern development indicating what was once a capital of Lanna Kingdom.  The south, in contrary, is more about islands, beaches and diving – less culture more nature, depending on your lifestyle but it certainly is for me.  I used to come here very often as a child for Songkran festival (Thai New Year) and still remember how much more cultural it was, than celebrating it in Bangkok.

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Photo of our trip to a small village outside Chiangmai in Thailand. We took an overnight train from Bangkok to arrive in Chiangmai at dawn. The village was very small but yet so beautiful and serene with nature.

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