Anna Swain first travelled to the Golden Triangle as a 19 year old
backpacker. ‘Our group came to the border of Burma, and the guide
pointed across the river. No one was allowed into the country then and
its always held a mystical place in my heart’ . The keen photographer has
now fulfilled that dream and this stunning book is the result, with more
than 300 images interspersed with recipes and personal travel tales.
Vogue Living May/June 2016
“The book is a beautiful essay shot with a loving eye and astute
detail and the way a picture can express something deeper about
its context. It's a shame the term “visual feast’ is overused, because
that is what this is."
SMH and the Age Feb 27th-28th 2016 By Julietta Jameson
"A gorgeous collection of images, stories and recipes from this ancient land. An exquisite addition to any bookshelf or coffee table, it captures the country and its people with raw clarity".
House and Garden Feb 2017