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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

After 11 Years, Pride Parade to Step Out in Bangkok

BANGKOK — The capital city will celebrate diversity in May with its first pride parade in 11 years.

Spending Songkran in Bangkok? Here Are 10 Things to Do

BANGKOK — Friends off to an island retreat or road-trip? Not to fear, Songkran in the capital will be packed with events for everyone – and empty roads to get to them.

Highland Rolls Out Bangkok’s Biggest Weed Fest Yet

BANGKOK — A pro-cannabis festival will return for its fifth year and the first time since medical marijuana was made legal to a much bigger venue.

Bangkok’s New Library Barely Open a Day, Closes Again

BANGKOK — Less than 24 hours after opening with much fanfare, Bangkok’s largest public library shut its door and will not open again for three weeks.

Biggest Mini Town to Open in Bangkok (Photos)

BANGKOK — Meet mini Hoover Dam, mini Anfield Stadium and a mini railroad roundhouse. See the mini people go about their mini lives as Thailand takes modeling to the next level with a sprawling town at 1:87 scale in the Ekamai area this week.

Sleepless in Asoke? Curl Up at Bangkok’s 1st Nap Lounge

BANGKOK — Late nights? Red-eye flight? Suffering a creative block or merciless traffic at Asoke intersection? Sometimes it’s best to catch some sleep before getting on with life.

Culture Clash and Chaos at Silom Songkran (Action Photos)

BANGKOK — Traditional garb and garlands brushed shoulders with tank tops and water guns Friday where Lumphini Park meets Silom Road.

Badly Translated Poster Gives ‘Dunkirk’ Darker Ending

BANGKOK — A mistranslated advertisement for World War II movie “Dunkirk” has made Thai netizens shake their red-cheeked faces in shame.
A supporter shows his love at a Friday news conference for a cannabis festival next month in Buriram province.

Straight Outta Buriram Comes New 420 Weed Fest

BURIRAM — From the land of football and Formula 1 comes a new pro-cannabis festival featuring everything from music and art installations to educational workshops and vendors.

New Dawn or Letdown? Iconic Temple Makeover Gets Mixed Reviews (Photos)

BANGKOK — Nopparat Petchchai has watched over the Temple of Dawn for over two decades. The 50-year-old security guard from Uttaradit province, who keeps a...





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