1. Oh Pang, I so enjoyed visiting Chantaburi Thailand with you today! A post worthy of National Geographic. Outstanding photography and reporting. What was the small white fish(?) drying on the bright turquoise mats?

    • Pang

      Awww, Johanne.. your comment means the world to me. Thank you SO MUCH for such kind words. As for the white fish, I will ask my mom and report back to you. Until then, XOXO

  2. Oh my Pang, these photos are outstanding and they sucked me right in! I would love to visit this extraordinary place! I am imagining it all! You are very fortunate to have grown up in a similar place! Thanks for taking me on this amazing adventure! xO

    • Pang

      I am so glad you enjoy ‘the trip’ from this post, Steph. And yes, I am happy to hear that you would love to visit. You will love it, I am sure of it. Thank you so much for being here, my lovely friend. xoxo

  3. What a fantastic gem of a place Pang. I don’t know if you had the chance to see on my blog. . .but the Mr. and I are being re-located to Shanghai. He’s already there and I will officially move once the work permit comes through. What I am most excited about is visiting nearby countries. . .such as Thailand. If I am lucky enough to visit I definitely will try to make it out to this magical town. And btw. . .I was a bit taken aback to see such a fancy dancy hotel in such a preserved little spot. It looks divine.

    • Pang

      Shanghai is a great place to explore and live in, Lynn. I can’t wait to see Shanghai through your eyes via your blog. The food there alone makes me jealous of your journey. As for this post, I am so glad you enjoy it. The community is something I am proud to share, and I surely hope you make it out there. If you plan to visit, start with the hotel; I meant it when I said they have the best staff. E-mail them for reservation and go from there. Also, you can always e-mail me for any question. Keep us posted on your journey to Shanghai; I am excited for you. xoxo

  4. Stunning photos Pang! They are magazine worthy. Can you believe it, my husband returned from Bangkok this morning. I am so jealous! After looking at your post, i am threatening him to take me next time. You have captured the true spirit of Thailand. And how!!!!

    • Pang

      You are so sweet 🙂 I am SO HAPPY you like my photographs, Sonali. I am floored by your comment.
      You definitely should tag along with your hubby next time he plan to visit Thailand, my friend. I would love to see your take on Thailand. xoxo

  5. These photos of Thailand made me wish that I could be there. They are just so so beautiful.
    I agree with the rest of the ladies.. They are magazine worthy photos.
    Hopefully one day, we’ll go there and see with our own eyes.
    Thanks for sharing your part of the world with us. <3

    • Pang

      I surely hope you & your honey get there someday, too, Ice. I am quite sure you will enjoy the trip tremendously. 🙂
      Btw, I am SO SO SO HAPPY you like the photographs. xoxo

  6. Thank you so much for this wonderful post, Pang, it was an absolute delight to read it. Your photography is incredible and really drew me in. Wonderful story-telling!

  7. A beautifully photographed and worded account of the Chantabun riverside community! Thank you so much for sharing and transporting us there, Pang! xx

  8. Ann

    Pangggg….I really love your “Chantabun Riverside Community” post/ story!! Thanks so much for the wonderful tour. Everything is so charming there, your photos and your story. I fall in love with that Baan Luang Rajamaitri historic inn. I WANNA stay at this cool inn. Envy you much. Look at the fresh-food markets photos!!! I miss this kinds of market so much. Kanom Kai!!….One of my favorites Thai desserts. Seeing your photos remind me of the time I always went to the fresh-food markets with my mom. Impressive work ja Pang.

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