2022: The journey back to normality for Thailand after COVID-19

Life in Thailand began returning to normal at the start of this year after two years of COVID-19 crisis that turned lives, businesses and the education sector upside down. Though…

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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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2022 marks revival of Thailand’s tourism after two years in the wilderness

After bolting the doors for two years following the outbreak of the pandemic, Thailand decided to fully reopen the country in 2022, removing the COVID-19 restrictions that had throttled tourism, a…

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This handout photo taken and released on August 5, 2022 by the Sawang Rojanathammasathan Rescue Foundation shows firefighters working to contain a fire at the Mountain B nightclub in Sattahip district in Thailand’s Chonburi province. (Photo by Sawang Rojanathammasathan Rescue Foundation / AFP)

Another year, another deadly pub inferno in Thailand

Thailand’s nightlife scene was hit by a tragedy of historic proportions this year when an inferno tore through the Mountain B nightclub in Chon Buri province, killing 26 people and…

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2022 review: How the mystery of Tangmo’s death gripped Thailand 

Actress Pattaratida “Tangmo” Patcharawirapong was famous during her lifetime, but even more so after her controversial death in early 2022. “Tangmo” is the second-most popular Google search word in Thailand…

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This picture taken on April 17, 2022 shows Prinn Panitchpakdi (C), a former deputy of Thailand’s Democrat Party, as he leaves a police station in Bangkok on his way to court to ask for bail. Prinn, an up-and-coming Thai politician, is facing allegations he sexually abused more than a dozen women, in what is fast becoming the country’s most high-profile #MeToo case. (Photo by Tananchai Keawsowattana / THAI NEWS PIX / AFP)

Biggest political meltdown of 2022: Prinn and the Democrats

The victim of Thailand’s biggest political downfall in 2022 was the Democrat Party’s former deputy party leader Prinn Panitchpakdi – once a rising star of Thai politics. His prospering career was cut…

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