Welcome to Phi Phi, Thailand. A 10 minute film featuring highlights from a recent trip to beautiful Phi Phi Don, one of the group of Phi Phi Islands off the coast of Thailand near Krabi and Phuket.
10 minute travel documentary highlighting the province of Kanchanaburi in the west of Thailand. The film will be of interest to WWII historians, railway enthusiasts and nature lovers as the video features the Bridge Over the River Kwai, the Death Railway and associated WWII museums, the breathtaking landscape and the beautiful Erawan Waterfalls.
Music courtesy of www.bensound.com
Thailand, a country proud of its culture and heritage. Cultural events take place often in communities all across the country. And during the Buddhist Lent holiday, the main event is the Candle Festival and nowhere can be better to witness this spectacular occasion than in Ubon Ratchathani in North East Thailand (Isaan). Come with Peter and see for yourself in this video... Thank you to Pattarasri and family members in Ubon and Bangkok for taking me along and sharing your culture with me.
Here is Part Two of my video 'Candle Festival Village Parade'.
There is a beautiful piece of footage I managed to capture 5 minutes into this video. It is Juney, Pattarasri's cousins daughter caught dancing at the festival. Still to come... The Ubon Ratchathani Main Candle Festival Parade. Video coming soon
Part one of my video with highlights from the village Candle Festival Parade in Ubon. Part two coming soon.. Also coming up... The Main Ubon Ratathani Candle Festival Parade.
Peter visits Asia`s famous Mekong River on the border between Thailand and Laos. During a recent trip to Ubon with my friend Pattarasri, we went along with some of her family to see the famous Mekong River and the Buddhist Wat (Temple) built into the walls of a cave near where the Mun River runs into the Kong (Mekong) River.
Peter takes on a little look around a Thai neighborhood, Lad Phrao 101, Bangkok, Thailand.
Peter captures footage of a Royal Visit to a school in Lat Phrao 101, Bangkok, Thailand.
Ayutthaya by Train - Easy to get to by train as it is only 90 minutes away from Bangkok, Peter visits the old Thai capital of Ayutthaya and captures some of the spectacular sights in this video. There is also some visitor information towards the end of the video. Ayutthaya is an ancient capital and modern city in the Central Plains of Thailand, 85 km north of Bangkok. Founded around 1350, Ayutthaya became the second capital of Siam after Sukhothai.
Khaosan Road, Bangkok, Thailand at Night... Khaosan Road comes alive after dark. Backpackers from around the world and local Thai`s party until the early hours. Take a look and see the Khaosan Road atmosphere in this short video.
Music Credit: EDM Detection Mode by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...)