Here’s the scenario: It’s your last day in Chiang Mai, the largest city in Thailand’s mountainous northern region. You’re short on time and on cash. And you want to go sightseeing. What can you do?
Words and Photography: Abby Yao
The streets of George Town, Penang in Malaysia form a collection of open windows and doorways, each one issuing a cool, dark invitation for passers-by to peer in and seek respite from the tropical heat. Once across the threshold, a different world is revealed, giving onlookers the last glimpses of disappearing lifestyles.
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