A unique angle on a city popular with tourists
This stunning black and white photographic book takes us on a journey through the forgotten backstreets and hidden neighborhoods of Bangkok revealing the fragile beauty and faded charm of the city that is about to disappear forever beneath a tidal wave of development.
From the splendid Old Customs House perched on the banks of the Chao Phraya river to the vibrant communities of Chinatown and sleepy canals lost in time, it evokes a city that despite successive waves of modernization still boasts an extraordinarily rich and diverse cultural heritage.
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About the Author
A long-time Bangkok resident, Ben Davies has photographed and written a number of books on vanishing cultures in Asia including Laos: A Journey Beyond the Mekong and Living with Spirits: A journey into the Heart of Thailand. His work has appeared in a wide range of distinguished publications and media including National Geographic, the Daily Telegraph (UK), the Irish Times, Vogue and Time magazine. He is a contributing photographer for Getty images.