The Chao Phraya River is the lifeblood of Thailand. It is born as the Ping and Nan rivers become one. From there its waters flow south to Bangkok. These pictures are a recording of what Danish photographer Jacob Aue Sobol saw and the people he met along The River of Kings in Bangkok. Its streets, its people, its lights sifted...
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