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Uniqlo Leaves the Mall For 1st Bangkok Stand-Alone Store

BANGKOK —Japanese casual clothing brand Uniqlo will open its first stand-alone store in Southeast Asia this Friday in a Bangkok suburb.

Say Goodbye to Night Market Vendors on Silom Road



BANGKOK — Silom Road’s famous Night Market was given a death sentence Thursday, as it was named the next target of City Hall’s ongoing cleanliness and order campaign.

Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Bangkok?

BANGKOK — Celebrate the Year of Rooster at events traditional, festive and outrageous this week.

Bangkok’s 2nd Ikea – Southeast Asia’s Largest – Gets Date

BANGKOK — Hej! Fans of affordable Swedish furniture – and we know there are a lot of you – now have a date for navigating a new maze of oddly named products.

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).

Startups Make Thai Patterns Great Again

Detailed and delicate, traditional Thai patterns may look too outdated – even ancient – to wear, but young entrepreneurs are bringing them back with designs applicable to everyday life.

Take a Deeper Taste of Bangkok’s Chinatown

BANGKOK — Chinatown is no longer a working center of Thai-Chinese businesses. During the past few years, it has evolved into a tourist attraction in its own right. For the uninitiated, there’s more to do than to eat noodles and gaze at the neon-saturated nightscape.

7-Eleven to Sell Cans of Thai Craft Beer

BANGKOK — For the first time, the shelves of the realm’s top convenience stores will be stocked with cans of Thai craft beer.

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...

Makeup Makeover: Startups Changing Minds About Thai Cosmetics

Scan Paponk’s tartan pattern packaging and find lipsticks named for Elizabethan literary heroines Dido, Perdita, Britomart – names which belie the brand’s Thai origins.

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