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  1. Happy Day when I am greeted with a post from you in my inbox Pang! Happy Year of the Monkey!!! Thank you for taking me to your beloved city through your talented camera lens and see its splendid colors, exuberance and glory through your eye! I hope to get there someday.

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your lovely words, as always, Johanne. You have been so sweet, and I feel so lucky that you follow my blog.
      Btw, I would love for you to visit Thailand, and please reach out to me when that time comes. 🙂
      xoxo


  2. These photos are beautiful Pang – I don’t think I’ve ever seen so much red! You’ve edited this beautifully in the way you’ve presented them.

    Hope you have a fantastic time. Happy Chinese New Year!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words, Angela. I am SO GLAD you like the post. SO SO HAPPY.
      Btw, red is THE COLOR for Chinese New Year, so yes, I saw lots of red, too. hahaha.
      xoxo


  3. Beautiful and colorful, full of life!

    • Pang

      Thank you so much, Lili. 🙂
      xoxo


  4. Such a wonderful post, you have captured the vibrant and colourful celebrations so beautifully Pang! Thank you for sharing! x

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for stopping by & for your kind words, Louise. I am SO HAPPY you like the post. yay!!!!!


  5. Oh wow! What a gorgeous photo essay. I have never been to Bangkok, but now I want to. The color scheme warms my heart. I can only imagine how delicious the food must have been.
    Cheers and Happy new year, my friend.

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your lovely words, as always, Ice. SO SO SO HAPPY you like the post. I would love for you to visit Bangkok as well. Please let me know when you plan to visit, maybe I can help 🙂
      xoxo


  6. I’ve wanted to visit Bankok since I was little. Every one in my family has been there and shopped like crazy. Now I want to go there all the more after looking at your beautiful pictures. You know how much i love colours and these pictures are so inspiring. You have captured the very essence of the place!

    • Pang

      You are so sweet, Sonali. Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words. I would love for you to visit my beloved country, too. Yes, you will ‘shop like crazy’ as well, but you will also enjoy all the food BKK has to offer.
      Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me when you have a plan to visit. 🙂
      xoxo


  7. Ohhhh Pang, these photos are stunning and make me happy!!! I feel very blessed that I got to experience Bankok and all its charm! It’s unlike any other city! Your description of her is perfect! And the food, the FOOD It looks like you are having a great time xO

    • Pang

      I have been having a wonderful time you are right about that 🙂
      I am glad, too, that you have been to BKK already. ‘She’ is kind of fussy & funny, is she not? hahaha

    • Pang

      Please please please do. I would love for you to visit my beloved country. And when you plan to do, please do not hesitate to reach out to me, yes?
      xoxo

  8. Ann

    I wish I had known you was there. I’ve been there twice during the celebration, unplanned though. I went there for Wai Jao with my mom, and my dad wanted to have the photos of the lions dancing. Too bad…we haven’t met for a while. Miss you and your delicious cupcakes!! I’m glad you enjoyed shooting the photos since I enjoy your photos so much, especially the roasting chestnuts and the 4 last photos!! Yeah…such a colorful and lively CNY party and you represented it very neatly and interestingly.

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