Temples, floating markets and tuk-tuks. The Bangkok that everyone can think of. 
On the other hand, the idea is to tell the most hidden side of the city.

The starting point is the Klong Toey slum, inhabited by about 100,000 people and dating back to the 1950s, one of the oldest slums in the country. Initially settled by immigrants from the poorest areas and attracted by the job opportunities of the neighborhood's river port. 
With the largest wet market, Klong Toey is one of the many slums where citizens live between poverty and crime.

IPA Honorable Mention 2020

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