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13 Jun

Dear readers and supporters. 

We have just set up our new website and all up to date information can be found there. Please for information follow the link below. We will soon deactivate our blog here. 

http://bangkokvanguards.strikingly.com/

Music, Art, Travel and Purpose

7 Apr

Often we’re following the paths that have been laid before us by countless travelers eternalized in Lonely Planet and Trip Advisor testimonials, mirroring our diverse motivations of traveling. Still, the majority of information and experiences is still rather mainstream and lots of the cool, creative and meaningful stuff doesn’t find its way onto the digital highway which is both good and bad.V-Art Festival  (50)

Tourism is still after all the decades of promoting temples and beaches very much focused on destinations. As a traveler I want to immerse in the local culture,  do activities that reflect my lifestyle and interest. Of course sightseeing and relaxing is also on the agenda but my journeys have been most enriching by connecting with local people, their passion and purpose.

Destinations play of course an important role as they should provide a great surrounding representative of the area’s natural and cultural characteristics but the real value-add lies can be found when you connect to the way of life of amazing people.IMG_8189

I partly grew up in Thailand and have never considered myself a tourist. I found that like  us, lots of people in Thailand want to connect to the world whether through traveling or having the opportunity to meet travelers. We want to learn and be inspired. We want to see and do new things or see and do old things in new ways. That’s what we try to achieve by designing experiences to connect you either with unique places, amazing people, local life-styles and stories and at best with all of these elements.V-Art Festival  (62)

One way to do this is to connect you  to local music and art and the people behind it. Art and music can capture our perception of a place, it reflects our outlooks and attitudes towards life. The way we travel, the way of living our lives can be an art form in itself. The beauty of our country, our culture and our people inspired us to become artists in connecting those aspects to create not tours but experiences that let you immerse and understand Thailand from a different angle. An angle that stimulates our senses, minds and hearts and leaves us with new friends, higher awareness, inspiration and the consciousness to have contributed to the greater visions and hopes of individuals and communities.V-Art Festival  (1)

Pee Or is one of those people, whose attitude and vision for Suan Pueng make him a vanguard in this popular weekend trip destination 3 hours west of Bangkok. Local music was the first form to draw Bangkokians to venues. As more people trickle into Suan Pueng, organizers start to change and music by local artists is being replaced by mainstream music from Bangkok, even boasting super stars to sell more tickets.
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Pee Or aims to go back to the roots by doing what he does best sharing his art and building a creative refuge in an amazing piece of land. Being surrounded by high-end resorts catering to upper-class Thais and a culture of money his vision and work is a tonic and an antidote to the pervading business attitudes of money above all else. The opening of his gallery was not an ostentatious ceremony with local officials, media and VIPs but the traditional severing of the ribbon to mark the opening was done by an eight year old girl from the hill-tribe refugees. V-Art Festival  (39)

Pee Or is an includer who wants to create an educational and inspirational space for those kids sidelined by society. He’s a mentor who provides young artists with guidance and inspiration and young musicians opportunities to perform in front of audiences. He is not a business partner but a brother with whom we want to bring together cultures in the backdrop of stunning locations and our shared values.
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The V-Art and Reggae festival on May 3rd is one of our projects in which we want to connect art, music, travel and purpose to create a community of cultural creatives and to experience Thailand outside the box. For more check out the website V-Art Festival  (78)

or email us at: dogood@bangkokvanguards.com or call: 085 – 8339218 or click on the link below:

 

BIKE TRAILS FOR GOOD

7 Jan

Every year our Luk Krueng Bro Michael and his entourage storms like the cavalry of goodwill to the Baan Rachavadi Foundation, their pick-up truck loaded with candy and toys ready to spread smiles among the residents of Baan Rachavadi. We’ve joined Michael and it’s been always a great experience. The overriding question as cyclists is whether we can combine a great day of charity work with an amazing 80km bike ride to explore the diversity of Bangkok and bringing happiness to people.

Often people want to do something similar, biking is awesome but they asked us whether it can be connected to a good cause. Or people who venture out to support a project but want to have an adventure attached to it have to look no further. There’s no better way to reach a destination in Bangkok then on an adventurous bike ride. For those who want to do both supporting an underfunded project, a school, a museum, an orphanage, etc. in and around Bangkok with a day out on the bikes we are happy to support. Mobilize your friends, raise some funds and learn about and support the good work of countless people in your city. Not only do we expand our horizon on the issues in our society, create opportunities to meet like-minded people but to explore and see your city in ways we haven’t done before.
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So how did we do it? First, we want to give you a maximum experience and impressions, thus taking you through diverse routes in this case covering Bang Kruay, Nonthaburi and Koh Kret Island. If you want to design a route for your yourself and your friends, all the options to research trails are out there, Google maps/Earth for satellite images, GPS, etc. Of course you would need bike so for an extensive list of bike shops check this link: 
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At the time of our routing we neither had GPS nor smart phones so we went old school using paper which is good since we can easily make notes, and draw routes into them. Within a week Tom and I saddled up to route a stunning and scenic 74km round trip. So if you want to set up ride it’s always better to have one outside of Bangkok since inner-Bangkok locations can be dangerous to ride but you also may find ways through back-alleys, it’s all a question of how much research you invest.
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The preparation for the charity ride was great fun though I was always pressed to reach home early to make it to work on time. If you’re into sport or cycling then this is for you since during four days we cycled over 240km and once again realized how interesting, fun and challenging it is to explore Bangkok’s vast suburbs with their countless canals, mega villages,massive highways,countless temples and pockets of serenity and beauty.
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All in all, we’ve lost weight as a result of being chased by dogs but better than being chased by elephants ;-) Friendly locals all the way as we rode on stilted pathways only to emerge minutes later in their backyards. We’ve run into countless dead-ends, smacked our heads for the detours we made and went after every question mark that I’ve jotted down on the map. We’ve been to almost impassable areas where carrying your bike was the order of the day while trying to shake of the ants that entrenched themselves in our socks. We searched every single corner of secluded temples to find back doors that would lead to short cuts to our next destination.
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We’ve created a route that brings you through pompous neighborhoods, swamps, Buddhist and Muslim communities, through tiny, little trails and back alleys that you wouldn’t find on your GPS. So if you want to organize a charity ride we can work together on this and venture out for the trails with you. One big question is bike rentals where do we get the bikes? Click here.
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We experienced and shared the serenity of Thai lifestyle in abrupt transition to Bangkok’s relentless development visible along dusty super highways and in the mushrooming of new, sprawling housing estates. Bangkok has so many facets and each part of Bangkok’s surroundings harbors so many hidden jewels which makes exploring Bangkok all the more rewarding.
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Canals are the natural barriers that we had to cross, looking for the few bridges available that wouldn’t boast much traffic and often what looked like a bridge on a satellite image was in fact yet another dead end. As we tried to bypass and cross-pass canals and major highways we made incredible detours and learned a great deal but in the end we succeeded in bringing 12 people on a fantastic ride, to see the west side of Bangkok and to put smiles on the kids faces and you can do just the same.
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In the process we thought of good ways to make these kids happy. As for preparation it’s important to contact the foundation beforehand and see whether the foundation plans any events and how they look at outside support. Especially if you want to visit an orphanage or engage with people, it’s better to consult with the organization beforehand and see what sort of support would be best. The act of giving is commendable but we have to take into account that if there was a daily influx of people donating goods and engaging the children which implication it has. It seems often better to have a bigger event endorsed by the administration already happening and supporting that one or if it’s an organization that indeed lacks exposure and support than your own event can be of value.
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If the condition and circumstance allow support in terms of in-kind donations one place to go to buy toys and covering a large amount of children is Chinatown. The quality of good varies thus you have to do a bit of research but overall there’s such tremendous choice that you will be able to fulfill a whole range of needs for children.
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Beware that giving out goods should not be at the center of your activities and often cash donation have greater value for the organization as they have a great number of expenses to cover. Often it is possible to support organization by taking their services or buying their products. Engaging people, being genuinely interested and spreading joy and fun should always the baseline of every visit.

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Thus, combining an off the beaten track journey in Thailand, with sport and a little shopping spree whilst creating small positive impact by supporting people working hard in the service of the marginalized is a great way to spend your time. Even if your butt might hurt half way through the route…
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…at the end the pain will be gone with the memories you will take from this amazing day.
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For more Pak Kret Action click here

Oh and if you don’t have the time to do a bit of charity then there’s always other ways to put smiles on people’s faces. Just watch the video below.

http://bangkokvanguards.tumblr.com/post/8693770835/oimei-a-charity-bike-ride-to-support-baan-pak

 

Evolution

8 Nov

The past weeks and months have been an intellectual challenge as to consolidate our strongpoints as a travel operators, cause promoters, volunteers and educators into a financially viable system that drives social innovation. We’ve attended summits, visited projects and read articles and been inspired by the work and visions of many of Thailand’s great innovators.

Since our beginning over 3 years ago our mission and vision has always revolved around Thailand’s great communities and people and to deliver an unforgettable, meaningful and authentic picture for visitors.

Looking at tourism we learned that Thailand’s tourism industry excels in providing logistics and amenities to millions of tourists to enjoy the country’s famed sights and destinations, local communities and the local economy however have somewhat been left out of the equation. According to a U.N. study, out of 100 USD spent by travelers from developed countries in developing countries only 5USD stay in the local economy.

From a civil society point of view we still see a plethora of challenges for communities among them accessing educational resources, economic opportunities, providing perspectives for youth or conserving our natural and cultural resources. Add to that, that in times of tourism growth we are suffering from a shortage of competent labor in the tourism and hospitality sector and the threat of unmanaged tourism to our natural and cultural resources it is about time to rethink the notion of tourism and the role of tourism operators.

It often seems that there’re two extremes, on one hand the idea of backpacking, exploring a country in search for the most authentic and raw experience there is and package tours on the other end of the spectrum. The latter comes completely guided by the concept of on-, and offloading tourists at sights we assume to be popular and providing them with activities they would find elsewhere in the world in the safety and familiarity of large hotels or resort compounds. In between these two extremes we got those operators like PEAK or G-ADVENTURES taking small groups in guided but offbeat trips to create authentic and memorable experiences for the travelers. Now, companies like G-Adventures whose founders have pioneered the concept of sustainable tourism are aiming to add social innovation into their operations which is a great thing and suddenly we see all major companies with a big financial clout to set up foundations to support causes their customers care about though elephant treks and other questionable practices are still the classics on their main menu.

It is the current evolutionary process of large for-profits to give back. From a once ignorant and detrimental pure profit drive to a pure profit drive that uses a non-profit sticker like a WWF panda to evoke emotional response from customers to the two separate hands principle of which one tries to fix what the other destroys. Companies separate non and for profit clearly to base all decisions towards maximum for profit growth without non-profit aspects interfering. On the other end you have non-profits whose existence serves the purpose on alleviating the negative footprint of tourism and gearing tourism towards a force for positive impact. Though they deliver great value many of them do struggle financially. In the middle you have smaller for profits that genuinely commit to sustainable practices and drive small-scale positive impact.

The question that interests us is whether it is possible to create a sustainable and scalable model that unites a successful for-profit and a highly impactful non-profit that can become a juggernaut and a dominant brand for good in the tourism industry? Gadventures is seen by some as a social enterprise as it consolidates for and non-profit under one brand but as it has spread across the globe to countless countries it must be a tremendous challenge to achieve the same level of non-profit impact as in their pioneering countries. No doubt Gadventures has been doing incredible work and Bruce Poontip is one of the great innovators and a true Jedi but in Thailand Gadventure is not yet on the radar of being a true social enterprise.

With increasing number of people throwing around the buzzwords of social entrepreneurship and social enterprises we have stepped back from using the label as we have to admit that our regularly operated experiences focus on offbeat and using public transportation and raising awareness but cannot be described as a force for positive change for local communities but they deliver great value for travelers and help us to sustain ourselves. The art will be to integrate our passion for youth empowerment, cultural exchange, education, community based products and services and creative offbeat Thailand experiences into a scalable system that sets itself apart from other travel companies and redefines the idea of a Thailand experience and whatever you call it in the end just don’t make it a buzzword.

Santa Cause Operations 2013

27 Oct

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Santa Cause 1 in 2011 was in response to natural disaster that left countless squatter community inundated for months. After the water receded we sent teams of volunteers dressed in season’s themed fashion so surprise flood victims of more than dozen communities with thousands of gifts and put a smile back on the children’s faces.Santa Cause Operations 2011 Santa Invasion (55)Santa Invasion (42)

Santa Cause 2 had a similar philosophy though this time there was not flood and we did not bring gift as a surprise but coordinated in large part with community leaders to do activities with the children. Santa Cause was scaled to nearly 30 communities with over 300 volunteers showing that we could mobilize resources to reach out to a large number of children.Santa Cause Operations 2012

Both events were successful and the feedback of the communities was overwhelmingly positive. However it should not give us the green light to go ahead as usual but improve and innovate to maximize the positive outcome of events like Santa Cause. We received a lot of positive feedback and we will take all ideas into account and address the weaknesses that were observed.

Among the things we learned from 2012 was that there were community leaders who cared and took care of our teams and made sure that it was not just about giving out gifts but about facilitating interaction, fun and happiness between our teams and the kids. On the other side there was the type of community leader who didn’t care much other than about distributing the gifts as quickly as possible without making an effort to create a more meaningful experience.bangkokvanguards Santa Cause (48)

Hence for Santa Cause 2013 There will be significant changes. First of all we aim to scale back to improve and refine a system that would deliver not just gifts but an experience to the community and the volunteers. We will consolidate our relationships with reliable community leaders and set a system that allows to increase the frequency of events through varying themes and later expand to more communities. Most importantly the resources we mobilize should also help to connect the events to a more sustained effort in addressing the challenges of communities.bangkokvanguards Santa Cause (12)

The main changes are for Santa Cause 2013 are:

1. Avoiding the “line up – hand out – that’s it” phenomenon and placing gift distribution second to meaningful, educational and fun interaction and activities with the children and youth of the community.

2. Involving as many stakeholders as possible to make it a great experience for everyone involved (food, performances)

3. The quantity oriented purchasing of gifts will make way for better quality and useful items and where ever possible to be fair-trade products.

4. Build a Vanguard Volunteer Lead Team who take charge in making the events awesome, sustainable and scalable.

5. Working with community leaders to build the foundation to address the needs of communities in the long term.

6. Finding collaboration partners to support with long-term initiatives and using the resources of the event to help jump start, follow up and sustain those efforts.

It should be noted that we can only embark on that mission if bangkokvanguards can mobilize the necessary resources and manpower. We will continue doing our best efforts and continue blogging on the progress and challenges of this journey. If you have ideas on how to support or on how to improve on what we’re trying to accomplish please get in touch with us through email: mike@bangkokvanguards, call: +66(0)85 8339218, Facebook: bangkokvanguards or Twitter @bkkvanguards.

Thank you for all the support we have received so far. You guys are awesome.

Closing Fullmoon

27 Sep

Join the Bangkok Moon Walk in support of the struggle of one Bangkok’s oldest neighborhood read my post on Facebook. And despite being a rainy weekday we assembled a fine group of locals and travelers who wanted to see what the Moon Walk was all about. Unfortunately nobody dressed up as Michael Jackson and we also didn’t get to walk backwards singing Billy Jean since the rain turned walkways slippery.pic1
Instead we strolled in good old fashion several kilometers through Bangkok’s mystical alleys, Buddha manufacturing lanes, Bangkok’s former central prison, charged our spirits in one of Bangkok’s oldest temples and enjoyed hidden Indian culinary treasures whilst never really walking along those lines you’d find on a map called main roads.
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Our destination was one of Bangkok’s oldest neighborhoods, the Charoen Chai community and their ceremony of the Moon Festival. After a four-hour walk, darkness had se in but the red Chinese lanterns shone light on the 19th century urban design tastes.

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Locals were in the midst of preparing for one the most important cultural celebrations among the Chinese community – the Chinese Moon Festival. Every time I enter the Charoen Chai community it feels as though nothing has changed since the old days of Bangkok apart from the fashion maybe and the fact that time has been wearing on the facades of the Chinese row houses.IMG_1957

There were no hints of gloom, despite the underlying reality that this might be the last moon gathering instead there was this great energy from the smiles, chatter, people happily munching delicacies that were prepared for visitors free of charge.
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Only the t-shirts being sold were a reminder of another purpose of the gathering. Each Chinese letter on the t-shirt stood for one Chinese family that would after many generations loose their home if developers have it their way. The date of the festival was also coinciding with the release of a book that describes the history of the community, portraits of its families their specific crafts, folks wisdoms, tales and legends. We are witness of something that Mr. James fittingly described as “a museum of intangible overseas Chinese culture, a living link with the early days of Chinese immigration to Thailand”.IMG_1981

This was the living link to the past that bears such a strong fascination on me. The girls were selling those t-shirts of which I already had two and upstairs in the Historical Hut members of the community were meeting. The local M.P. paid a visit and pledged support of Charoen Chai’s struggle and so did a representative of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. IMG_1966
My question was how was government going to support? There weren’t unfortunately any concrete plans but before we get absorbed relying on government to help us out we better think what we ourselves can do to help our fellow citizens. Interviews were being given and I was trying to spot Pee Lek, the busiest person of all, the person spearheading every single of the community’s initiatives together with her team Pee Art and Pee Num.IMG_2008

The seminar was set in the community’s little Museum, the Historical Hut, the symbol of the community’s struggle against Bangkok’s urban evolution. It is set up on the second floor of a Chinese House dating back to the era of King Rama V. It exemplifies the struggle of the “Little People” against the invisible decision makers in Bangkok’s city hall and powerful real estate developers. It is always a stark reminder after immersing in my fascination for Bangkok that it was not the festival alone but our support for Pee Lek and her friends who are taking on the fight on behalf of the entire neighborhood or for that matter and on behalf of every ancient community, street and house that are irreplaceable parts of Thailand’s DNA.IMG_2003

Eventually after the seminar we finally had the chance to give her the little donation from the Moon Walk to help pay for the utility costs of the Historical Hut. It’s just a tiny step but we hope to build more effective support fueled by the ideas and support of some of our readers who care about these issues. To support Pee Lek and her conservation initiative, send an email to: sirinee@yahoo.com and you can get in touch with us if you need assistance in translations.
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Back in the alley of Charoen Chai, nothing of this was felt. The people of this tight-knit community were all smiles as the troupes of musicians and dragons passed with sounds of drums in honor of the moon. People came together like the family usually does during the Moon Festival, similar to our Thanks Giving, the gathering, the feeling of belonging enhanced by the celebration of the Moon’s beauty. Everybody knew each others but though we were outsiders I didn’t feel strange or alienated but felt that people are happy to share the occasion with us. People were praying with incense sticks, giving speeches or were they reading poems? Whilst people from all walks of life from artists, architects to writers and travelers mingled with the aunties and kids in a romantic and beautiful spectacle of which only the moon itself was missing as it hid behind the seasonal curtain of grey.IMG_1987 IMG_1953

The buzz, familiar faces, tinged in the warmth of candle lights, lanterns and homes radiated a nostalgic energy. The doors were flanked by elaborate golden Chinese paper adornments peaking in the magnificent altars set up in the middle of the alley to which the dragons danced in honor of a sacred moon. This special alley had become a bubble of ancient traditions and cultures, worlds apart from the rest of the city.IMG_1977IMG_2014

Indeed given the number of people and the narrowness of the alley through which no car is capable of passing it became a somewhat steamy affair and as rain drops were dripping from the omnipresent powerlines and sweat from some friends’ foreheads I leafed through the newly published book of Charoen Chai to find the two pages I’ve contributed.
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And as I held the book in my hands, my eyes continued to observe the scene, spotting Pee Lek and her friends Pee Art and Pee Num whose faces have become familiar. That moment another line from the book struck so true: “Over the past year, the struggle of the residents of the Charoen Chai community to preserve their homes, traditional ways of life and cultural heritage has been an inspiration to all who are concerned with the threatened destruction of the historical districts of Bangkok.” That’s why we were here that evening, worlds away from the rest of the city, witnessing this special celebration in one of Bangkok’s last remaining pioneering neighborhoods and growing in resolution that we will not be among the last witnesses of the Moon Festival in Charoen Chai. To support the the initiative of cultural conservation Join for our annual Moon walks and follow us on our soon to be launched Bangkok Legacies Project.

Vanguards Action Monthly Overview

15 Aug

Dear explorer, traveler, Thailand fan, Bangkokian, do-gooder or anyone who’s tired of the comfort zone for that matter. Welcome to our monthly overview on what’s on at bangkokvanguards. This is the space where you can find a community and partake in cool Thailand experiences revolving all around social innovation, volunteering, non-profit action, cycling, sport and cultural retreats, urban walking tours and anything that lets you experience Thailand offbeat, personal, fun, in-depth and meaningful. This event summary which will be constantly updated and/or changed. We’re always happy to meet new like-minded friends. For updates you can also follow us here:

bangkokvanguards Facebook Page    or join our action group    or follow me on Facebook or Twitter

NOTES:

IF YOU’RE INTERESTED TO TAKE PART, PLEASE CONTACT THE ORGANIZER IN THE CONTACT SECTION AND WE WILL CONFIRM AND SEND YOU THE COMPLETE DETAILS AND CONFIRMATION.

THE FEES WE CHARGE WILL BE INVESTED TO FUND GRASSROOTS PROJECTS INITIATED EITHER BY BANGKOKVANGUARDS OR OUR PARTNERS OR OTHER  ORGANIZATIONS. ADDITIONAL DONATIONS TO SUPPORT THESE INITIATIVES ARE WELCOME.

Now, let’s roll into action

MONTH: AUGUST/SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013

EVENT:             BIKE2BASICS

MISSION:

FUNDRAISER FOR V-ESCAPE PROJECT (FAIR TRADE SALE AND SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURIAL SHOWCASE OF THE V-COMMUNITY)

STATUS:

STILL SPACE AVAILABLE

DATE:

SATURDAY, SEP.7

TIME:

7:30 A.M. – 6P.M.

LOCATION:

BTS VICTORY MONUMENT, EXIT 4

WHAT IS IT ABOUT:

MOUNTAIN BIKE ADVENTURE, EXPLORING SOME OF THE BEST BIKING TRAILS NEAR BANGKOK, VISITING ANTIQUE CANAL COMMUNITIES, ORCHARDS, LUNCH PICNIC IN NATURE, MEETING NEW FRIENDS AND HANGING OUT AT THE VANGUARD ESCAPE INCL. SWIMMING AND TUBING. PLEASE SEE DETAILS HERE

FEE:

850 THB, TRANSPORT (Public minivan) MEALS, TRANSPORT BACK TO BKK SELF-PAID, BIKE RENTAL TRAIL LEADER INCLUDED

NOTES:

THE RIDE IS BETWEEN 30-40KM DEPENDING ON THE FITNESS LEVEL OF THE GROUP.

CONTACT:

mike@bangkokvanguards.com / Tel.: 085-8339218

EVENT:                     CULTURAL FOODIE WALK

MISSION:

TEST RUN BEFORE LAUNCH

DATE:

SATURDAY, SEP. 21

TIME:

07:30 A.M.

LOCATION:

BTS VICTORY MONUMENT EXIT 4

WHAT IS IT ABOUT:

EXPLORING SOME OF THE BEST BIKING TRAILS NEAR BANGKOK

FEE:

850THB

NOTES:

BRING COMFY CLOTHES FOR BIKING AND SWIM WEAR TO GO TUBING OR JUST JUMP INTO THE CANAL RIGHT AFTER THE RIDE

CONTACT

mike@bangkokvanguards.com / Tel.: 085-8339218

 

EVENT:                             FORWARD TO THE FUTURE WALK

MISSION:

FUNDRAISER FOR V-ESCAPE PROJECT (FAIR TRADE SALE AND SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURIAL SHOWCASE OF THE V-COMMUNITY)

STATUS:

SPACE STILL AVAILABLE

DATE:

SUNDAY, SEP.22

TIME:

10:00 A.M. – 6P.M.

LOCATION:

SIAM PARAGON MAIN ENTRANCE BY THE FOUNTAINS

WHAT IS IT ABOUT:

URBAN EXPLORATION WALK FROM THE FUTURISTIC SIDE OF BANGKOK (SIAM PARAGON) ALONG THE OLD KHLONG SAEN SAEB CANAL TO THE OLD TOWN (RATTANAKOSIN EXHIBITION HALL)

FEE:

450 THB ADMISSION TO THE MUSEUM INCLUDED REST IS SELF-PAID

NOTES:

WEAR COMFORTABLE SHOES AND POLITE CLOTHES

CONTACT:                    mike@bangkokvanguards.com / Tel.: 085-8339218

EVENT:                          YOUTH INSPIRATION CAMP

DATE:

FRIDAY, OCT.04

TIME:

DETAILS FOLLOW

MEETING PLACE:

BTS STATION VICTORY MONUMENT, EXIT 4

WHAT IS IT ABOUT: DETAILS FOLLOW

FEE:

NOTES:

CONTACT:                 mike@bangkokvanguards.com / Tel.: 085-8339218

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