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    Any of the folks here going for this motorshow ?

    27th Bangkok Motorshow
    Last edited by mitchell; 12th March 2006 at 11:29 AM.

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    Yup. Will be visiting the show on 30th March.

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    Seems like not much people interested in the Motorshow but I'll be in Bangkok anyway from next week for 2-3 weeks. Would like to shoot some models again this time. He He He

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    Quote Originally Posted by garytan007
    Seems like not much people interested in the Motorshow but I'll be in Bangkok anyway from next week for 2-3 weeks. Would like to shoot some models again this time. He He He
    Yeah, I wonder why I'll be there myself at the end of the month.

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    Is Bangkok safe to go now???
    I am NOT a PROfessional photographer and photography is NOT my hobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Youhong
    Is Bangkok safe to go now???
    I think so.

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    from when to when is the event?? And where is the event held huh??

    I might "drop by & pay a visit"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damien
    from when to when is the event?? And where is the event held huh??

    I might "drop by & pay a visit"
    It's held at the Bangkok International & Exhibition Centre from 22 March to 2 April. Just take a taxi and tell the driver to bring you to BITEC. I think admission fee is 150 or 200 baht.

    Yes, lots of cars/motorbikes that you don't get to see in Singapore. I think it is about twice the size of Singapore's Motorshow.

    And, of course, let's not forget the Thai models that grace each marque. Instead of just standing looking pretty they have to speak and present the car's features and sometimes even dance.

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