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Travel Photography Asia (TPA) is a festival that celebrates travel photography. This festival started in 2015 and this year, the panel of internationally acclaimed jury members received 3445 breathtaking entries from approximately 90 different nationalities.

For travel photographers, the world has no boundaries and they bring to you the raw, untouched, richly coloured, unseen and forgotten alleys, neighbourhoods, faces, customs and traditions.

The opening night saw Y.Bhg. Dato' Haji Azizan Noordin, Deputy Director General Tourism Malaysia officiating the event.

As I walked about the event space and admired the 50 photos on display at the White Box, Publika, Kuala Lumpur, I can't help but notice that the photos taken by these talented photographers are scenes from the ordinary daily life made extra special with their photography skills. Doorways, fishing scenes, wiring jobs, people worshiping or gathering wood. Ordinary stories made extraordinary. That's what photography is all about.

The Travel Photography Asia exhibition will be held at White Box, Publika Kuala Lumpur from 27-29 May 2016, . Entrance is free.

Visit HERE for more information

There will be talks by industry renowned photographers and photography experts including Dr.Shahidul Alam, Tewfic el Savy, Wen Huang, Che Ahmad, Vig & FujiFilm Experts on Saturday 28 May 2016.

For registration & confirmation of your seat, please email your name and contact number to phototalks@travelphotographerasia.com

ADMISSION IS FREE
LIMITED SEAT AVAILABLE

A photo posted by @hannizenvato on

A photo posted by @hannizenvato on

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Comments

  1. What a lovely exhibition. Will share this out with my family and friends who are into photography.

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  2. I love travel photography! I shall make time to drop by! :D

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  3. Cool Arts!!!! Me Love Photography too! =P

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    1. All gorgeous photos and it's free entry!

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  4. The paint do really give some insights... especially the first picture.

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    1. Looks like a painting right? But it's a photo!

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  5. Nice exhibition with nice photographs too!

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  6. All the photograph are very nice ! I love photograph but limited skills ..ahaha

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  7. I missed to be there. I do believe that photography and arts do delivers a lot of story behind.

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  8. Such a nice exhibition and it's only on until tomorrow.. oh dear... have to see if I can schedule it in... I am already quite tied up today and tomorrow....

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  9. Not so sure if I can still make it there today, but the exhibition looks lovely!

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  10. Gorgeous photo! Wish my photograph can be as pro as them haha

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  11. Ohh dear...I just read your post, Hanni!! And I have missed my visit to this nice travel photography exhibition....so so sad! Cheers,SiennyLovesDrawing

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  12. Are you gonna join too? I love all these beautiful travel photograph. Photograph is the best memory capture while travel!

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  13. So so beautiful! Would love to have visited myself :)

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  14. Awwww... I missed it! T.T Should read this earlier so I can go see..

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  15. all the photography very nice!! I like it!!!

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  16. really nice exhibition. wish i can have chance to visit yo!

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  17. Thanks for the information, I like travel photography, its a good one.

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  18. always feel nostalgic to see photos like this..it's like "i miss my childhood" but this is far before my childhood even begun. nice photos!!

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  19. wow i didnt even know got such an exhibition! but those photos are really eye opening! I like those reflection one! :D

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  20. Great photography! So nice... Travel and snap the best photos!~

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  21. nice to be able to view the amazing travel photos, would love to attend this kind of exhibitions

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