Narathiwat boasts a straight and abundant shoreline and idyllic beaches. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Narathiwat, a dream destination blessed by nature

Narathiwat is the easternmost of the four provinces in Thailand’s deep south, bordered to the east by the Gulf of Thailand and to the south by Malaysia. The coastal province,…

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Weaving a tapestry of Tai cultural diversity

At a time when book publishing is in decline, any release is liable to receive a lot of attention. But that’s not the main reason why a new title by…

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Heritage Building in Danger! Save Bangkok’s Robot Building

Bangkok’s landmark “Robot Building” on Sathorn Road is under threat. The heritage building erected in 1987 is likely to see its internationally acclaimed design come to an end if its…

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 Is working from anywhere here to stay?

If anything positive came out of the pandemic, it was that it changed the way people work. When Covid broke out, employees were suddenly forced to work remotely in a…

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Helping young people in need, one child at a time

According to the National Statistical Office of Thailand, more than 3.5 million children and young people who have been orphaned or abandoned need proper care. And this number increases every…

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Oldest Vogue cover model challenges common misconceptions about beauty and aging

Gracing the cover of Vogue Magazine Philippines’ Beauty Issue is a 106-year-old lady from one of the hill tribes in the Northern Philippines. Creating quite a stir globally, the cover…

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Protecting yourself from the harmful effects of haze

Fine air pollution particles are continuing to have adverse effects on the health of people around the country, as the air they are breathing has reached dangerous levels of pollution….

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Van Gogh’s Self Portrait in the 4-Sensory Hall. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Vincent Van Gogh immortalized at immersive art exhibition

Some of the much-loved paintings by Dutch Impressionist Vincent Van Gogh are dancing around the walls in a brand new multimedia art exhibition that opens in Thailand’s capital today. “Van…

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Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto made merit by donating money for a metal sheet in the shape of a Bodhi tree leaf and adding it to the Bodhi Tree sculpture at Wat Rong Khun.

Chiang Rai opens up to the world

Internationally acclaimed artists Tobias Rehberger, Ernesto Neto, Haegue Yang, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Nguyen Trinh Thi, Baan Nok Collective and Navin Rawanchaikul are amongst the headliners of the Thailand Biennale Chiang Rai…

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Fighting ultra-fine dust

Fine dust is back. It accumulates, covering parts of the city and many provinces. Individuals have been exposed to unhealthy levels of tiny air pollutants, known as PM 2.5, with sensitive people…

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A visitor takes a close look at a beautiful mural in Wat Koh depicting the Buddha’s supernormal powers following enlightenment. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Feasting on art, architecture, astronomy, and fabulous food

Two hours south of Bangkok by car, Phetchaburi province offers everything from cultural heritage and a royal palace to sandy beaches and tasty food. Until March 26, the Phra Nakhon…

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Bangkok’s historical train hub awakened with light and sound

The Thai capital’s historical Italian Neo-Renaissance-style Hua LamphongRailway Station has burst back into life and is now greeting visitors eager to experience a light and sound extravaganza dubbed “Unfolding Bangkok”….

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A multimedia corner features NOra poses and Serd.

NORA spreads its wings in Bangkok after Venice tour

A year after the  “Spirit of Nora” was held in Venice, the exhibition has returned home to Thailand where only a few people have ever watched or caught a glimpse…

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On the road to that heathy blush

Ladies. Do you often have dizziness and headaches? Are you also feeling tired and becoming irritated easily? Do you think you look pale when you look at yourself in a…

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The mask festival offers a frolicking good time with vivid colours and playful dances. (Photo by Thaweechai Jaowattana)

Unmasking the Thai summer

With a funfair and plenty of festive vibes, the Mask Festival 2023 is all set to rev up the hot season in Thailand’s northeast this month. Taking place in Loei…

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Made in Italy: Italian creativity showcased in Bangkok’s major malls

Thailand’s capital joins the rest of the world in celebrating Italian Design Day on March 9th 2023 with special showcases at three of Bangkok’s leading shopping malls. The event is…

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Thai sour curry ‘Kaeng Som’ among the worst dishes? Maybe not…

The Thai foodie community was recently in an uproar after a website published a listicle article in which  “Kaeng Som” (sour curry) was named as among the world’s top 20…

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Experts ask the government for healthcare system reform to address new challenges

Despite Thailand gaining global recognition for its world-class medical and wellness facilities, lessons learned from the Covid-19 pandemic, rising health expenditure, and the surge in the aging population are putting…

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A Reclining Buddha in the Fa Tho Cave in Ratchaburi, Central Thailand. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Religious art in a scenic setting

Located eight kilometres northwest of downtown Ratchaburi, the Khao Ngu Stone Park, once a stone mill, is made up of scattered caves and small limestone mountains. Not only will you…

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Ambitious goal to make Thailand’s content producers more competitive

Thailand’s local talents must be “armed” if they are to take their place in the highly competitive and crowded content market. And that could well be about to happen thanks…

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With the dry season coming early this year, forest fires are more frequent.

Forest fire control: awareness and cooperation needed

Sleepless nights and days have already begun for the Fire Hawk Team. February to May is the peak period for forest fires and that means no rest, no leisure, no…

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Short back and sides or a thoroughly modern cut?

People express their individuality in many different ways, among them how they wear their hair. Some color their hair blond. Girls shave their heads. Boys grow their hair long. Some change…

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Chalerm Burapha Chonlathit Road offers unobstructed views of the beautiful coastline. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

A view of the beautiful East through the windshield

Whilst tropical islands and seaside resorts make Thailand’s East spectacular, a road trip along its scenic coast is no less of a visual treat. From wild marshland and lush mangroves…

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Love doesn’t have to hurt

We all have our own definition of love. For some, love means caring, kindness, trust, honesty, respect and commitment. For others, it’s about being the best of friends. To many,…

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A wealth of wonders comes to Bangkok

This year’s Bangkok Design Week challenges visitors to plan well to appreciate overwhelming art projects in 9 areas of the Thai capital in just 9 days. Held on the theme…

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Depictions of combat scenes from the Ramakien, Thailand’s version of the Indian Ramayana, are popular. (Photo by FAD)

Opening the doors to sacred writings

A rare collection of manuscript storage cabinets is now on view at the Thawornwatthu Building, the heritage building and exhibition hall just a short walk from Bangkok’s Grand Palace. Organised…

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Art, memories, friendship and love

The late National Artist Thawan Duchanee lived in two houses, each of which tells a different story about his life. While art lovers are familiar with Thawan Duchanee’s Black House…

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Vivid Ethnicity Exhibition at Koh Lanta.

Today’s museums must connect with visitors, but how?

Museums and cultural institutions bring learning to life, enabling members of the public to get close to history and culture. They are able not just to educate adults, but also…

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House keeping staff may have to develop additional skills. (Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on

Hotels struggle to attract quality staff as tourism recovers

Working in a hotel used to be considered an attractive career as not only was the job itself interesting but the monthly salary was relatively decent and there were other…

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Thailand boosts protection of dolphins in Songkhla Lake

With concerns mounting over the threats to the 14 to 20 Irrawaddy dolphins left in Songkhla Lake, dolphin experts from international organizations recently met with local agencies at the World…

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Marina Abramovic at her “History of Long Durational Works of Art and MAI”. (Photo Courtesy of Bangkok Art Biennale)

Marina Abramović: Oxygen booster for society

You don’t have to be really into art to enjoy a talk by veteran performance artist Marina Abramović. “My work is serious but in life I’m hilarious. Humour is an…

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Tourism industry ready to greet Chinese groups while maintaining its diverse clientele

Thailand’s tourism industry has welcomed the news that the Chinese government is allowing the group tour market to resume after a hiatus of almost three years.  The Chinese tourists will…

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Wall of fame. (Photo courtesy of River City Bangkok)

Exhibition marks centenary of Prof Silpa Bhirasri’s arrival in Siam

On 14th January, 1923, Tuscan-born artist Corrado Feroci arrived in Thailand, or Siam as it was then.  A century later his students, artists and art lovers are celebrating his life…

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Vendor boats gather at Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market, Bangkok, Thailand. (Photo courtesy of Lat Mayom Floating Market Facebook page)

Bangkok’s best floating markets become much more accessible

In today’s digital age, shopping can be done with a click of the mouse. However, there is no substitute for a visit to a local market. And that has become…

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Graffiti brings artistic creativity to the old riverside marketplace at Ban Nong Bua in Chanthaburi province, Thailand’s east. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Fancy Thai desserts with odd names

If you like unnecessarily posh names, you’ll love Ban Nong Bua, an old community in Thailand’s East.  The canal-side village in Chanthaburi province is drawing visitors and those with a…

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Dogs’ activities at a Bangkok public park. (photo courtesy of Major Development)

Business trends on the horizon for entrepreneurs in 2023

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has been tough on small- and medium-sized enterprises, which are the backbone of Thailand’s economic growth and development. Increased digital transformation, changes in customer behaviour, restrictions…

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People listens to a monk guide inside the ubosot. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

215 years celebrated in an evening at Wat Suthat

Foreigners are often introduced to Wat Suthat Thepwararam as the Temple of the Giant Swing but to Thais, and especially culture enthusiasts, the temple is a living museum that evokes…

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What’s hot and what’s not in the year to come

Trends change by the year, with some things in and others out and 2023 will be no exception. Remember, when the SMS was “in” some years ago? Here’s what we…

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Thais reading what in 2022

Thais do read and they read a lot according to data collected by Thailand Knowledge Park (TK Park), so let’s erase that old belief that Thais read just eight lines…

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Route 108 leads visitors to an area with majestic landscapes, ethnic diversity and culinary indulgences in Thailand’s north-western region. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Call of the mountains

Thailand’s northwest frontier, between the provinces of Mae Hong Son and Chiang Mai, was once a draw for traders seeking fortune in the abundant teak forest. Today, the region entices…

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Aliveness is one of 20 light installations at the Mae Fah Luang Art and Cultural Park. (Photo by TAT)

All lit up and ready to thrill

For 50 days, from December 9 to January 29, the Mae Fah Luang Art and Cultural Park in Chiang Rai, Thailand’s northernmost province, is illuminated by works of art making…

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Government urged to focus on Blue Carbon action

Building Blue Carbon ecosystems should become an integral part of national mitigation and carbon sink plans, said Assistant Professor Thon Thamrong-Nawasawat of the Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University. Research findings…

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“Royal Procession with the People” brings old tradition to life on screen.

Bringing Thailand and South Korea even closer through art

Thailand and Korea share no borders and are 6 hours away by plane, yet everything Korean has become part of Thai life including music, food and TV series.  The ties…

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Starred chefs and award recipients at Michelin Star Revelation 2023

Michelin Guide Thailand 2023 demonstrates culinary strength

That famous “little red book”, the Michelin Guide, has just revealed 441 entries in the sixth edition of its Michelin Guide Thailand 2023 with the addition of five restaurants given…

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Thai medical tourism sector is roaring back from Covid-19 pandemic, analysts say

With Covid-era travel restrictions now relaxed, Thailand is once again underlining its reputation in the medical field by drawing in visitors wanting to benefit from the country’s natural attractions while…

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“Changing Asia -New Normal” exhibition in Bangkok.

Zooming in on the ‘New Normal’

Asian countries have always shared a degree of similarity but the past 3 years have seen the region go through a multitude of changes due to the COVID outbreak. Scenes…

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Sakwut Wisesmanee at his home.

An artist for every platform

For most of us, 44 years since graduation is too long a period to start over. But that hasn’t stopped artist Sakwut Wisesmanee from embracing new ideas and putting his…

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Inferno Series by Vasan Sittiket on display at BACC. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Leading artists believe art could inspire change

Art can’t solve problems the world is facing but leading artists showcasing their works at the Bangkok Art Biennale 2022 (BAB2022) are positive that works of art could be a…

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Improving access to denture and implant care for Thais

Where would be without a mouth? It’s a part of the body that really matters, not least because it allows us to eat and drink as well as speak and…

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Bronze Bust of King Rama IX in Lausanne, Switzerland. (Photo by Kanokchan Patanapichai)

King Bhumibol bust to put Lausanne back on the map of Thai tourists

The bust of King Bhumibol Adulyadej will become a new landmark for Thai tourists planning a visit to Switzerland. The inauguration ceremony will take place on 14 September 2022 at…

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Korea Tourism Organisation (KTO) Bangkok Office. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

South Korea and Thailand team up to drive tourism back to the boom times

Thailand and South Korea can add to their list of “things in common” their tourism industries, both of which are working to get back on track after COVID-19. Tourism exchanges…

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Probiotics and prebiotic foods are recommended to help support the immune system. (Photo by Nirzar Pangarkar)

Long COVID: what to expect, what to eat and what to avoid

Life in Thailand may seem to have returned to normal, but the coronavirus that has plagued the world for the best part of three years is still making its presence…

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Spicy Fish Salad at Khao Kwan. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Floral feast in Thai fine dining

A simple yet very effective way of elevating any culinary is to add a splash of color with edible flowers. This is applied to both savory and sweets including drinks….

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“Thirteen Lives” – highly recommended for all except for the claustrophobic

As one of over a thousand media covering the 12 boys and their coach trapped inside a northern Thailand cave four years ago, I didn’t expect “Thirteen Lives”, the new…

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Sombat Metanee in the movie “Tears of the Black Tiger”.

Remembering Add Sombat, a true Thai heartthrob

Back in his heyday half a century ago, late actor Sombat Metanee was the man of every woman’s dreams, and his movies were guaranteed blockbusters. One has to wonder how…

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The main tower of Sdok Kok Thom was built to enshrine Shiva Linga. (Photo by Fine Arts Department)

Sdok Kok Thom: Labours of love and hard work

In the 1980s, the eleventh-century temple of Sdok Kok Thom in Sa Kaeo province wasn’t your typical tourist attraction. Back then, this Hindu monument, an abode of Lord Shiva –…

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Mother’s Day celebrations with a cultural slant

Mother’s Day is coming soon, and if you looking for ways to spoil your mum (and dad too), why not take her to Ayutthaya, the former capital of Siam where…

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Playing and reading matters in child development. (Photo by Romeo Gacad / AFP)

Interact with your children often and early for healthy development  

The first five years of life are the building blocks of a child’s physical, emotional and cognitive development. It’s important for parents and caregivers who play a big role in…

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Putting Yala back on track by turning it into a center of Malay fashion

With the COVID crisis now receding, Yala City Municipality is working on getting quickly back on its feet with a series of events aimed at boosting the economy and people’s well-being….

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Benjakitti Park in Bangkok in January, 2022. (Photo by Jack TAYLOR / AFP)

Working towards a greener, happier city

Trees and green spaces tend to make us feel happier. Who doesn’t enjoy walking or jogging in the park surrounded by lush greenery or looking out of a window at…

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American style breakfast set, fried rice

Fried rice gets a superstar boost

Thanks to Chinese singer Jackson Wang, one Thai rice dish has suddenly become a hot favorite. Wang revealed his love for American fried rice (Khao Pad American in Thai), which…

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Thailand has proposed organizing the Phuket Expo between 20 March and 17 June 2028 and expects to welcome 4,930,000 visitors. (Photo by Jack TAYLOR / AFP)

TCEB and Phuket unite for BIE assessment of Expo 2028 bid

Thailand’s public and private sectors are busy preparing for an inspection by the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) from July 25 to 29 which will assess the feasibility and viability…

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Grand Palace welcomes new attractions, stirs interests in history

Recently discovered under the ground, several ancient sculptures are now adding to the attractions of the already splendid Grand Palace. They have drawn public attention not just for their looks…

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City data platform shows Mae Hia municipality on the map. (Photo by Patcharee Luenguthai)

Embracing digital-based urban development

Concerned about the impacts of rapidly urbanizing communities, some municipalities in Thailand are shaping their future development to provide new opportunities for local populations and coming up with solutions to…

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The Javanese Batik Collection of King Chulalongkorn of Siam”. (Photot by Samatcha Apaisuwan)

Story-telling through threads, designs and patterns

Anyone interested in design, textile, culture, and history should make a point of visiting the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles in July before one of the main exhibitions, “The Power…

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Ray of Hope for Thai and Regional Traders

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused serious damage to economies around the world and even though the worst of the outbreaks appear to be over, countries are currently having to battle…

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Fine Dining dish with a Cannabis leaf. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Cannabis-infused food and drink products are not for everyone

Anyone can now grow cannabis plants at home following registration with authorities via a mobile app as well as use and sell them in Thailand. The change in the law…

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Dr. Krisana Kraisintu at the Glogal Summit of Women (GSW). (Photo courtesy of GSW)

Success and the power of self-help

To Dr Krisana Kraisintu aka the “Gypsy Pharmacist”, success means recognizing priorities and working from there. That’s why when she starts a project, she always puts the beneficiaries’ contentment as…

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Inflation hitting food manufacturers and food sellers hard

Inflation is taking a toll on food manufacturers and restaurant owners, forcing them to adapt to keep their businesses afloat even as consumers cut back on expenses. Soaring energy bills…

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Cool tastes with a distinctive spicy kick

On a hot and sticky day, there’s nothing quite like a scoop (or two) of strawberry sherbet to cool the mind and body. But what was once regarded as a…

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New beginnings burst into bloom in Yala Stories

For many, Yala is perceived as one of the three Deep South provinces long laced with terror. But for a lot of its youths and the new generation, it is…

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East meets west as Southern Thai Nora dance lands in Venice

In an unprecedented move, Thailand National Artist Thummanit Nikomrat thrilled spectators by performing the traditional Nora dance not on stage but in a gondola on a Venetian canal. Most had…

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Top 3 trends at Thailand’s largest food exhibition underline the importance of sustainability

Sustainability, plant-based and clean label food products have dominated the THAIFEX-ANUGA ASIA 2022, Thailand’s top food exhibition and one of the region’s largest. No one was surprised to see that…

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World No Tobacco Day, May 31 this year, highlights the detrimental impacts of tobacco on the environment. (photo by

Tobacco is bad for the planet and the health

Smoking and second-hand smoking not only cause cancer and other respiratory diseases but tobacco use also has a negative impact on the environment, both of which place a significant burden…

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Residential market remains fragile while housing prices to increase slightly

Thailand’s residential market is still facing several challenges that will prevent it from making a full recovery in the short term. Research indicates that such unfavorable factors as the pandemic…

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Getting Creative with Face Masks

Since the start of the COVID-virus outbreak, face masks have become part and parcel of our daily lives. Medical and health experts insist that the simple protocol of wearing a…

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Durian-mangosteen pairing benefits health, research finds

Summertime in Thailand can be torture in the heat, but it is also the best time of year to tuck into the abundance of local fruit, particularly durian, which is…

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Indulging the senses in the mangrove forest

We always need to go back to nature, no matter how far our urban lives lead us away from it. And a perfect place to do just that is a…

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All you need to know about Thailand’s favorite sweet treat

Thailand’s mango and sticky rice has been in the international spotlight ever since young Thai rapper Milli – Danupa Kanateerakul devoured the Thai dessert during her live performance at Coachella…

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Gearing up towards sustainable energy transition in Thailand

Thailand is in the transition toward the carbon neutrality goals aligned with the Conference of Parties (COP 26) commitment to limit temperature rise to 1.5 degrees, according to an expert. In…

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Phang Nga sea

Re-introducing Phang Nga through art

Now in his 60s, Chainarong Na Nakorn is determined to give visitors the opportunity to learn more about Phang Nga while also encouraging the new generation to appreciate their roots…

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With its undeveloped beach, Ko Phra Thong’s beauty is complete. (Photo by Thanissorn Luckchai)

Ko Phra Thong: An Island Escape

Everyone has heard of the Similan Islands, Surin Islands, and James Bond Island, but when it comes to enchanting islands in the Andaman Sea, Phang-nga Province has more to offer…

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Night at the Museum

Walking down a dark and quiet alley next to a Buddhist temple or a graveyard at night is probably not a great idea. However, going to the museum at night…

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Songkran brings a splash of memories

For anyone who has lived in Thailand for more than a year, Songkran time is unforgettable. The bright yellow flowers, called Golden Shower or ratchaphruek, burst into bloom weeks ahead,…

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Delicious sausages may pose health risks

Sausages are among the world’s favourite foods. They’re delicious and go well with drinks, with fried and grilled sausages a perfect match for beer. They can be part of a…

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A map shows the “Happy Journey with BEM” travel route, which connects Bangkok’s historical and heritage districts. (Photos by Chusri Ngamprasert and Wararat Tumtuti)

Riding the Train of Wonders

Bangkok’s Chinatown, or Yaowarat as it is more properly known, along with Rattanakosin island and Thonburi are well-known for their historical sites and delectable cuisine. Excursions to these famous areas…

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Seven tips for a younger and healthier brain

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease is frightening – memory loss and cognitive impairment and all that. To a sufferer’s loved ones and indeed, the sufferer him or herself, it is the…

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Nakee cliff- once you reach the top, the reward is a fabulous view of the Mekong river. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Stunning mythical shapes drawn by nature bring fame to Bueng Kan

The small province of Bueng Kan in the Northeast was way off the tourism track until recently but is now enjoying a surge in visitors thanks to some mythical beliefs….

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Krung Thep Maha Nakhon today. (Photo by Veena Thoopkrajae)

Orchards of Olives vs City of Gods

Much has been written in the news this week about the recent announcement that Thailand’s capital should henceforth be known officially as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon and not Bangkok. This…

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Flower power takes a knock ahead Valentine’s Day

The Covid-19 pandemic and a slow economic recovery is set to make the Day of Love more expensive this year, posing a challenge for florists and gift shops in the…

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While Thailand has set the ageing society as a National Agenda item recently, we need action – and a lot of it – rather than just words.

The burden of age: why Thailand must prepare now for a growing greying society

With talks on the charter amendment and Prayut Chan-o-cha’s future dominating government and parliamentary affairs, one important issue has been grossly overlooked: that everyone, no matter what ideology he or…

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The jelly shaped into miniature-sized typical offerings has gained the attention of the young generation. It’s fun and convenient and they could enjoy eating it too after worshipping. (Photo by Namjai dessert Facebook page)

Worship with a wobble: the new trend of offering jelly to your ancestors

As many Thai-Chinese are preparing food to worship Gods, their ancestors, and wandering spirits on Chinese New Year, there are questions as to whether “modern” food is suitable for being…

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People having suicidal thoughts may talk directly or indirectly about dying or wanting to die. They may also show signs of social withdrawal and isolation. Take the warning sign very seriously. (Photo by Adrian Swancar)

Why depression can be a killer

We all have our good and bad days. Unfortunately, some of us have more bad than good and on our worst days, we can feel overwhelmed by unexplained sadness and…

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Chef Noom prepare a cannabis-infused menu at the event.

Thai Michelin-starred chef’s take on culinary cannabis

Chefs and foodies welcome a return of cannabis to Thai kitchen. It has made an exciting scene for gastronomy. Edibles or cannabis-infused food are of great taste but they are…

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Not a lot of croc: crocodile meat is edible when it’s cooked well

Food vendors and consumers have been hard hit by the escalating prices of chicken, eggs, and pork in particular, the latter has doubled in price since last year. It’s a…

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Love knows no boundaries – even when it comes to age

What’s in an age difference? Not a lot according to Porn, 58, and Wave, 18. The couple with an age gap of 40 years has become a viral sensation on…

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Uncle Wat gone but ‘Baby’ remains Immortal

There are always books parents want their kids to read and others they prefer the little ones to keep away from but “Nhoo-Jah” and “Baby” were always welcome in the…

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Obtaining halal certification is a growing trend among SMEs and start-ups and not only helps boost consumers’ trust and confidence but also serves as a springboard to the global market. (Biriyani and grilled chicken Halal shows in the photo)

Halal food trends are booming

Thailand has long been known as the kitchen of the world thanks to its abundant natural resources and tasty cuisine and now it is achieving global fame in another culinary…

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Cannabis-infused food and beverages are in for 2022.

The food, nutrition and wellness trends that are in for 2022

Consumers behaviors have shifted dramatically during the pandemic, triggering new food trends that prompt innovations. And the health, sustainability, food safety, and animal welfare trends are set to be the…

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A large majority of Thai people don’t have enough money to handle an emergency situation for longer than three months, especially during such a crisis as the pandemic.

Very few Thais have emergency funds to handle an unexpected situation: study

An emergency fund can be a lifeline when we are faced with a worst-case scenario. It can be very helpful for unexpected life events, such as loss of employment or…

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