KHON KAEN — It will be a weird weekend in Khon Kaen when an alternative music festival returns later this month to the heart of Isaan.
BANGKOK — It’s been a big year for Thai craft beer. From sun-dried banana-brewed beer and the country’s first legal honey wine, the domestic variety has gone from meh to “more please.”
BANGKOK — See jellyfish drawings come to life and swim in a giant virtual aquarium, roll a light ball to change its color and sound, learn about changing sea levels and take spectacular selfies at CentralWorld.
BANGKOK — Revel like in the old days when a retro Thai New Year festival is held in the capital later this month.
BANGKOK — Designs for a crematorium, royal chariot and other facilities situated around the royal funeral pyre for King Rama IX were unveiled Monday.
BANGKOK — After leaving its home atop a high-end shopping mall, the Thailand Creative and Design Center, or TCDC will make its long awaited reopening in a historic building in old town Charoen Krung.
BANGKOK — A feel-good marketing campaign about Khlong Toei’s non-standard football pitches brought a Thai agency the kingdom’s first Grand Prix at an advertising awards show in Cannes, France.
BANGKOK — Forget retro camera apps and stop by a vintage library for a real vintage portrait taken with a wooden-box with a lens punched through it.
BANGKOK — In 1988, more than 100 Vietnamese refugees were stranded in the Pacific Ocean for 37 days. By the time they were rescued by Filipino fishermen, almost half had died.
BANGKOK — After the prime minister became preoccupied with a teen luk thung singer’s sexuality and apparently dispatched police to cover her up and count her hip thrusts, Lumyai Hai Thongkam has become an icon of the national cultural wars.