chiangmai, thailand on film

welcome back to another episode of chloe doesn’t know what she’s talking about!

i’ve always called marshmallow pudding “a literary and lifestyle blog”, because that’s the ultimate goal – to blog about the books i love (or hate, or have a love-hate relationship with) and the seemingly insignificant but beautiful things in life.

then i realized, other than monthly wrap-ups and short introductory paragraphs, i’ve never really blogged about things which aren’t related to books or reading, and that obviously has to change. because of this, i’ve decided to share photos taken on my film camera during my recent trip to chiangmai, thailand with you all ❤

don’t forget to read the descriptions to know more about the story behind each picture – simply click on each image!


have you ever tried film photography? do you prefer shooting on film or digital? have you been to chiangmai or other parts of thailand? let me know in the comments!

9 thoughts on “chiangmai, thailand on film

  1. These pictures are all STUNNING!!!! *heart eyes* And the fact that they were taken on your film camera is so, so cool. I loved reading the stories behind each picture and it looks like you had a great time in Chiangmai! Beautiful post ❤

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    1. thanks miri ❤ i really hope you get to visit thailand one day too, because it's an amazing country with really friendly people, and it also has the best cuisine! it's hard to pick a favorite among all the places i visited on this trip, but i guess i'll choose singha park 🙂 i fell in love with the place even more after doing further research online – apparently, on top of the bicycle trails and tea plantations, there's a zipline course too! i wish i'll have the chance to go back for a longer stay in the future.

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