29.5 C
Sunday, July 12, 2020
Home Shopping


Must buy all the stuff.

3 New Virus Cases Found, Mall Tracing Site Questioned

BANGKOK — Officials said Monday three more people tested positive for the coronavirus, while questions are being raised at the efficiency of a virus tracing application touted by the authorities.

Bangkok’s Vintage Flea Market Back to Life in Coronavirus

BANGKOK — The popular JJ Weekend Market was still half-empty days after it reopened for business during the coronavirus pandemic, but the same cannot be said about its vintage flea market.

What to Shop for in Nan to Support Local Producers

NAN — Although the quiet rural province isn’t known for being a shopping hub, here’s our guide to what to purchase in Nan to support local producers in a province listed as the 19th poorest in the country.

Bangkok’s 7-Eleven Adds Latest Service: Laundromats

BANGKOK — Local laundromats are now at the risk of being hung out to dry after a 7-Eleven store rolls out its own washing machine service, the latest service in its increasingly monopolistic grip on consumers lives.
Combination photo taken on Feb. 15 (L) and Feb. 16, 2019 shows a flower grower in southwest China's Yunnan Province "sends" a flower to a woman in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo: Hu Chao, Zhang Keren / Xinhua

China Prepares Valentines’ Day Flowers to Export to Thailand

KUNMING, China (Xinhua) — Li Hongyun, a flower grower from Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province, has never been to Thailand, yet the roses he plants have gained popularity in Bangkok, the nation's capital.
A file photo of durian mooncake.

Shop, Snack on Chicken Rice and Durian Mooncakes at Singaporean Fair

BANGKOK — Chicken rice, bak chang rice dumplings, and durian ice cream will make their way into the capital for the first-ever Singaporean government-sponsored festival dedicated to showcase the diversity of our southern neighbor this Thursday.

Going Once, Going Twice… Our Reporter Tries Antique Auction for Newbies

BANGKOK — I learned several things in my first ever participation in an auction.
A file photo of a landfill in Nakhon Ratchasima.

Big Retailers Pledge to Drop Plastic Bags by 2020

BANGKOK — Beginning next year, almost all major retailers in the country will stop giving out plastic bags in a first step towards the...
Nathan Larkin holding his latest publication “Farang Vol. 1” at Bangkok Art Book Fair on Sept. 5.

Not Just For Hipsters: Art Book Fair Back With Zines and Designs

BANGKOK — From illustrated books to collectible postcards, there’s something for everyone at an annual art book fair this week. The Bangkok Art Book Fair...
A reusable bubble tea cup by Milx, one of the vendors. Photo: Pinkoi / Courtesy

Shop Taiwanese Green Goods at Indie Craft Market in Bangkok

BANGKOK — For 11 days, 11 Taiwanese indie designers will sell sustainable, hand-crafted goods in a pop-up market. The Pinkoi Eco Pop Up market will...





scattered clouds
29.5 ° C
30 °
29 °
79 %
40 %
36 °
30 °
33 °
35 °
35 °