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Commentary on tourism, conservation and development in Thailand

A new world We would like to thank everyone for their comments, messages and support during these difficult times. By now most of us are well aware of the health, economic and social impacts this pandemic is having on human society, and according to public...

Transitions is a documentation project with Italian photographer Jan Daga. The goal is to document communities and heritage through capturing images of daily life, products, space and people. The focus is on neighborhoods in Bangkok that are threatened by redevelopment to keep the memory for...

This Project promotes Bangkok's local heritage and businesses through short videos accessible via QR codes in each location. We bring a Youtube travel channel focusing on local communities, vernacular heritage, food, culture and sustainability to the actual place to provide context and understanding to visitors,...

About The Bangkok Heritage Week aims to create awareness and engagement for heritage preservation through city wide guided tours, exhibitions, talks and other activities. Funds raised during the event will help cultural preservation initiatives. HOW WE WORK Our team aims to promote local heritage places and raise...

About Hyperlocal portrays Thailand's citizens to understand and document the condition and changes of the city and society in early 21st. century Bangkok. We want to understand the challenges, support the hopes and aspirations and pay tribute to the people that inspire bangkokvanguards. How we...