BANGKOK — A Swiss-American artist inspired by her faith will create a transient art installation from salt live Bangkok next month.
BANGKOK — “Do I care? Yes. Nervous? No. Excited? Yes.” We're in the middle of a photo shoot in Bangkok's Gaggan, the No. 1 restaurant in Asia on both the 2015 and 2016 Asia's 50 Best Restaurants lists and No. 23 on the 2016 World's 50 Best Restaurants list.
BANGKOK — Festival fiends who either missed Wonderfruit or didn’t get enough of the art and music festival can look forward to Dudesweet’s redefinition of the festival from another perspective this coming weekend for wanderers to live, love and … whatever.
“Alex sounds like the name of an English gentleman. He’s proper enough for occasions with family, but you still want to put him on your lips,” said Pimpisa Chirathivat.
BANGKOK — A specialist in alternative medicine Friday people should take it easy with the pink-colored cups of tea which have spread online in photos recently.
BANGKOK — Powerful arts from around the world will converge on Bangkok for eight days to demand an end to gender inequality.
As mentioned here last week, the next few weekends will be filled with spectacular outdoor festivals. This weekend alone will see Maya festival and Wonderfruit going off. However traveling to these outdoor fests may not be so convenient for some of you, so for those of you who decide to stay in Bangkok here are some events you should check out.
BANGKOK — English soul singer and songwriter Joss Stone will deliver “Super Duper Love” to fans in Thailand in March at a Silom-area rooftop bar.
BANGKOK — It’s a rare chance to see internationally acclaimed filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s films in Thailand. But his very first feature will be show Friday along with other five independent movies for free this weekend.
BANGKOK — The month of March will prove fortuitous for trance-lovers, as renowned and rising DJs alike will come together for one night to submerge revelers in a hypnotic rave.