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Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Bangkok Tea Cocktail: Not as Bad as You May Think

BANGKOK — Mixing tea with alcohol? That’s sacrilege for any true tea drinker, or so I thought.

Happy Phase 5! Bars Open Till Midnight, Soapy Massage Returns

BANGKOK — Erotic massage parlours and bars will be allowed to reopen Wednesday in the lastest phase of coronavirus business reopenings.
Songkran celebration in Nakhon Ratchasima province on April 15, 2017.

Gov’t Approves the First of Songkran Substitute Holidays

BANGKOK — The government on Tuesday declared July 27 as a substitute day off for the canceled Thai New Year holidays, or Songkran.

What It’s Like to Be Half-Black, Half Thai: Morris K’s Story

BANGKOK — Morris K remembers when he was teased at school for being black. He would come home and scrub his skin in a hopeless attempt to change who he was.

Husband-Wife Food Cart Has Been Selling Addictive Roti for 32 Years

BANGKOK — Like clockwork, Teerapat kneads the dough, cracks the eggs, and fries the roti. He tosses cooked, golden squares to Pensri, who covers them with sugar and condensed milk, rolls them in paper, and collects money from customers.

Uzbek Family Restaurant ‘Caravan’ Will Complete Your Pattaya Trip

PATTAYA — Buttery, steaming lamb pilaf, juicy manti dumplings, springy lagman noodles, all washed down with sweet berry kompot – all are delicious and palatable, even to tongues unfamiliar to Central Asian cuisine.

Oldie Theatre ‘Scala’ to Close Down for Good

BANGKOK — One of Thailand’s last remaining stand-alone cinemas will stop its screenings at the beginning of July, the theatre management said Tuesday.

Slurp the ‘100% Original’ Egg Noodles Soup on Silom Road

BANGKOK — Egg noodles with roasted pork and dumpling is one of the most popular Chinese foods that have gone ‘native’ in Thailand for a long time. It’s a common enough dish, but few mastered it throughout the test of time.

Orphaned Teen Paints Landscapes of His Town for College Money

KALASIN — With each painting of lush wet rice fields with leaping catfish, each blooming lotus pond with palms in the background brings one 18-year-old boy closer to his dream of being an architect – and preserving his hometown’s beautiful environment.

Safe Brunches for Expats With Mild Taste Buds at ‘Coffee Club’

BANGKOK — Not everyone has an adventurous palate, and not every meal has to be an adventure.





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