Walk-A-Tif

James Nachtwey’s ‘Memoria’ – Capturing humanity’s essence through a retrospective photo exhibition

In the realm of photojournalism, James Nachtwey is a name with resonance and significance. He has traversed the globe, documenting the most pressing issues of our time with a lens…

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Junji Ito Horror House…..Where Nightmares Come to Life

When it comes to the world of horror manga, few names evoke the dread and fascination as Junji Ito. His eerie and unsettling stories, filled with grotesque imagery and macabre…

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Explore the first ever GUNDAM exhibition in Thailand

Gundam, the iconic Japanese franchise, known for its giant robotic “mech” suits and its accompanying model kits, Gunpla, has captured the hearts and minds of enthusiasts around the world.  In…

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Walk-A-Tif: FLOCK OF … Discover the supernatural nature of floating fish

You might think that the schools of fish swimming through the air in this room are normal floating-fish balloons at first glance. Actually, every fish is a work of art,…

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The one and only Garuda Museum in Southeast Asia

The Garuda, a Hindu demigod who is usually depicted as the mount of the Hindu god Vishnu, has a profound connection with Thai society. It has been used as a…

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Thai Community in Cambodia’s Koh Kong

“When we go to Thailand, we are known as Khmer. When we stay here, we are known as Thai. So, it turns out that we are Koh Kong people. Not…

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Walk-A-Tif: Mitr Bamrung Mueang Art Exhibition

‘Mitr Bamrung Mueang’, or ‘The Bamrung Mueang Ally Art Exhibition’, is one of the main exhibitions, held along Bamrung Mueang Road, of Bangkok Design Week 2023. The exhibition is organised…

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Walk-A-Tif: The ‘Thai-Saudi Bridge’ Exhibition

This year seems to be a golden year for Thailand and Saudi Arabia relations, after the 2 countries agreed to restore full diplomatic ties. But what are the elements that…

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Walk-A-Tif – Northeast India Festival in Bangkok 2022

Organised by the Embassy of India, in association with North Eastern states of India, the second Northeast India Festival aims to boost tourism in the region and showcase the cultural…

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Morphogenesis – The art of destruction

Broken glass can be turned into something beautiful, it’s just a matter of how you handle it. Walk-A Tif will take you to see the ‘urban contemporary’ art scene, crafted using…

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Walk-A-Tif: Mimouna party, a festival of good neighbours

It is not that common to experience Jewish traditions in Thailand, so this is a very good chance to observe a celebration taking place at the residence of the Israeli…

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A joyful Eid al-Fitr festival in Phuket after the 2 years of pandemic

Muslims make up around 30% of the population in Phuket, where the migrant Malays originally settled. Islamic festivals are really famous on this resort island, especially the Eid al-Fitr festival,…

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Explore the beauty of Canada and Thailand

There is a saying that “a picture is worth a thousand words”. So, this photo exhibition, by 2 globetrotting Canadian photographers, tells the beautiful story of the relationship between Thailand…

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The joy of a Korean traditional wedding in Bangkok

Each culture’s marriage ceremonial traditions are unique. Many contain hidden or long forgotten, but interesting meanings. They can reveal a lot about that culture. The Korean traditional wedding is no different. …

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Pavement problems in Bangkok are more than just disrepair

There are 22.55 square kilometres of pavement in Bangkok, just 1.44% of the city’s whole area. Despite the small fraction of space they occupy, the footpaths of Bangkok are infamous…

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Western settlement along the Chao Phraya River

The Chao Phraya River is the main artery of Bangkok. In the old days, it was where everything happened, full of life and culture. So, the river’s banks were where…

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Walk-A-Tif: Bangkok Design Week 2022

It’s that time of the year when we can explore the creative scene in Bangkok. Today, “Walk-A-Tif” brings you to Bangkok Design Week 2022, which has spread beyond its home…

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Chong Nonsi Canal Park – A new lung for Bangkok

Stretching from Surawong Road all the way down to the Chao Phraya River, over a distance of about 4.5 kilometres, Chong Nonsi Canal is being transformed into Bangkok’s longest park,…

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Cat Kingdom, Heaven for an army of felines

As a cat lover, you might have one, two or three pet cats but, what if you have to take care of over a thousand? Would it change how you…

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Remote control boats to tighten family bond

When a child wants to have a remote control boat, most parents would just buy them at a toy store. This family in Ayutthaya, however, is a bit different. As…

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Walk-A-Tif: Elephant Village Pattaya

For Thais, the elephant is a symbolic animal, but this important mammal is in danger as their numbers have reduced dramatically, from 100,000 to only around 2,700, in the past…

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Talat Noi: Bangkok’s hidden Chinatown

Whenever people talk about Chinatown in Bangkok, usually they will be referring to the Yaowarat neighborhood. Today, however, WalkATif is going to take you to Bangkok’s other Chinatown, which is…

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Walk-A-Tif: Captain Bush Lane

This neighborhood, in Charoenkrung Soi 30, is now called Captain Bush Lane. It was home to many members of Bangkok’s early European expatriate community, during the 19th and 20th centuries,…

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Walk-A-Tif: The Story of Henri Dunant Road

Henri Dunant Road was originally called “Sanam Ma” Road. It was renamed in 1965, after the International Federation of the Red Cross proposed the change, to celebrate the centenary of…

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Walk-A-Tif: Multicultural Society in Bangkok Part 2

Thai society is diverse, people of different faiths live together peacefully. For example, this Charoenkrung neighborhood where the faithful of 3 religions have co-existed for more than a century. Have…

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Walk-A-Tif: Multicultural Society in Bangkok

Charoenkrung is one of the best known multicultural areas of Bangkok. This creative district is home to the most active art and cultural scene in town. It is located along…

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