By The Nation
The project gives guests the opportunity to explore the wonders of the Land of Smiles and gain unique insights into the art of photography.
Hotel guests will be taken by limousine to the Leica Galley Bangkok at Gaysorn Village for a personal viewing and tutorial with a specialist on photographic perspective, movement and composition before joining internationally renowned photographer, Kristian Dowling, manager and senior instructor of Leica Akademie, on a guided walking tour of the city’s colourful old town district.
For more than 140 years, travellers have stayed at the legendary Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok. A haven of calm on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, the hotel is timeless yet contemporary and the ultimate Bangkok address.
Leica too has a long history of focusing on distinction and innovation, offering a unique experience through its series of renowned cameras and lenses.
The package is valid until December 15 and is based on double occupancy and a minimum stay of two nights. A 14-day advance booking is required. It’s priced from Bt33,000-plus and includes luxurious accommodation, daily breakfast for two, One Leica Sofort instant film camera and an instant film double pack (20 exposures), private gallery tour at the Leica Gallery Bangkok in Gaysorn Village with an exhibition specialist, a two-hour walking photography tour with a Leica M camera and Leica Akademie manager and senior instructor, Kristian Dowling and limousine transfer to and from the walking tour.
Find out more at www.mandarinoriental.com/bangkok.