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Bangkok Named Top Travel Destination, Again

BANGKOK — Bangkok was named the world’s top tourist destination for a second year running by Mastercard on Tuesday.

Too Woke for Bangkok’s Malls? Check Out ‘Warehouse 30’ (Photos)

BANGKOK — A riverside warehouse renovated into a creative lifestyle destination officially opened to the public Saturday. After a one-day soft opening last month, Warehouse...

Get Hooked on a Story at Massive English-Language Book Sale

BANGKOK — The first time it took place, thousands of bookworms hunted through two million books for 60 hours straight. This August, a massive book market returns with more piles to pore over for 17 days and nights.

Celebrate 120 Years of Thai-Russian Relations at July Festival

BANGKOK — Kick off your snow boots and do the Kalinka at a Russian festival next month at a downtown mall.

Bangkok Weekenders Welcome Latest Hangout ‘Changchui’ (Photos)

BANGKOK — Crowds flocked to Bangkok’s latest art and creative space Changchui on its first weekend. Distance did not seem to be able to stop...

Pets Go Punk at Annual Expo Starting Thursday

BANGKOK — Dogs, cats, rabbits, birds and many more humans’ besties will be gathered at an annual expo starting Thursday.

New TCDC to Open With Swinging, Three-Day Gala

BANGKOK — The city’s most renowned design hub will celebrate its new headquarters with three days of almost everything – music, swing dance, movies, art workshops and a flea market.

See Bangkok Before and After Street Food (Interactive)

Compare for yourself how Bangkok's streets look before and after the street food vendor ban with these interactive images. (Slide left and right).

120B Mega Project Coming to Site of Former Suan Lum Night Bazaar

BANGKOK — Six years after the eviction of the Suan Lum Night Bazaar, a development company Monday morning announced plans to construct a cluster of office, residential and retail towers on the site.

Junta Backs Off From VAT Hike, Blames Fake News

BANGKOK — Public outrage over a proposed increase to the value-added tax, or VAT, led to the military government shelving the idea and blaming the media Friday for spreading fake news.

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