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Volunteers with a cause

Community-based tourism experiences a revival in Bangkok thanks to the swelling ranks of good denizens on weekends

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One afternoon, about a dozen young members of Kesorn Lamphu Club were enthusiastically preparing a booth for people to watch their exhibition and pop-up art featuring the Bang Lamphu community and play educational games during the recent Charm of Bang Lamphu Fair. 

A volunteer for Khlong Bang Lamphu Conservation Group tells visitors the history of Chao Phor Noo Shrine and how the group works to protect the commuity and its waterway.

In the meantime another volunteer, Tiyaporn Sriudomporn, was busy taking pictures of a walking tour organised by the Tourism Society Network.

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