Hey! We are PakaPrich, Pakawat (Pak) and Prichaya (Prich), content creators from Bangkok, Thailand who love traveling and sharing meaningful stories.
Our journey began in 2013 when we decided to come back home overland from the UK by the Trans-Siberian Trains. The trip covered more than 15,000 km over 13 countries in 71 days, and it changed our lives.
Born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand, Pak and Prich had studied in Nottingham, UK for their Masters for a year in 2012 before taking the 71-day-overland journey back home by the Trans-Siberian Railway. While living in Bangkok, they are available for work worldwide.
Pak was a Management Trainee at one of the largest beer breweries in Thailand, and Prich worked in the Sales Department of an international food enterprise before they quitted the corporate world to pursue their dream life.
After working 9 to 5 for a couple years, we got married and started traveling the world to share our experiences through our writing, photographs, and videos which has grown more than 100k followers online.
We believe in the power of storytelling, and that a good story can change the world.
PakaPrich is a minimalist couple who loves traveling to exotic places, adventuring deep into nature, and telling their stories through writings, photographs, and videos.
Nowadays, writing, photography, and videography have become the core of our creative process. We enjoy creating our original content as well as helping brands find their stories for their audience.
PakaPrich works as content creators producing content on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and blog sharing their travel stories, photography how-tos, tips, and short films.
Pak first got hands on a camera when he was 5 and fell in love with photography ever since. He likes taking landscape pictures of cities and nature, as well as portraits.
Prich is a fitness enthusiast and a personal fitness trainer. She loves working out in her spare time. Her job is to encourage Pak to keep himself fit for their adventurous hobby.
They both love hiking, trekking, and mountaineering in the high mountains around the globe from the Himalaya to the Andes. Together they summited 4 peaks, and logged more than 2,000 kilometers in their treks.
When they’re not working, you’ll usually find them either in the mountains or in the gym.