Final Fun for Festival Faithful: Silom Stages Songkran Send Off (Photos)
BANGKOK — As day three of Thailand's new year festival comes to a close, we look at the best shots of the day's final celebrations in Silom.
Raid of Online Shop Nets 4M in Brand Name Shoes, Bags
BANGKOK — Police got a late start to the online shopping season Sunday night, but still came back with a haul of 4 million baht worth of untaxed shoes and bags sold by an Instagram shop.
Philippines’ Catriona Gray Crowned Miss Universe 2018
BANGKOK — The representative of the Philippines won this year's Miss Universe on Monday in Bangkok.
Trust Prayuth with Article 44, Thai Govt Says
BANGKOK — Although the plan to replace martial law with Article 44 of the interim constitution has been widely condemned by legal experts and rights advocates in Thailand, members of the military government publicly defended the proposal today, urging the public to trust that Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha will judiciously exercise the Article’s broad powers.
Joint Thai-Myanma Visakha Bucha Celebration
TAK — Buddhists from Thailand and Myanmar came together to celebrate the birth, enlightenment, and death of Lord Buddha in a religious ceremony held near the Thai-Myanmar border in Tak province today.
Senate Dissolved, Pro-Thaksin Officials Transferred
BANGKOK — The Thai military junta further consolidated its power tonight by dissolving the Senate and transferring top officials allied to the previous government to inactive posts.
‘Democracy’ of Warhol’s Art Make it a Must-See for Thais
BANGKOK — The first-ever Andy Warhol exhibition in Thailand has come at an opportune time – blurring the lines between celebrity culture, products, politics, and art.
Far From Belfast, Gaelic Football Keeps Their Irish Up
The woman receives the ball and barges past a couple of players. Facing the H-shaped goal, she sets herself up and blasts it between the posts.
Aggressive Car Windshield Cleaners Gang Arrested
BANGKOK - Police have arrested a group of car windshield cleaners in Bangkok who reportedly dirtied their potential patrons' cars before they offered to clean them.
Thailand’s Ironies Churn in Joan Cornella’s Bangkok Return
BANGKOK — Rather than help, a voyeur uses a camera app to put a floppy tongue and dog ears on a dying man's face....