BANGKOK — A new downtown market will light up Thursday evening with more than 900 cafes, bars and restaurants on 10-rai of land.
A new national e-payment service set to launch on Halloween is not ready for prime time and has been pushed back into next year, though the government will begin providing some benefits through it.
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.
BANGKOK — Cards with impossible Thailand winter scenes, meticulous quilling art by the deaf, and a whimsical holiday eggplant are just some of the holiday cards you can purchase as we say goodbye to 2020.
BANGKOK — Kick off your snow boots and do the Kalinka at a Russian festival next month at a downtown mall.
BANGKOK — The year 2016 is saying goodbye with shoppers’ smiles on their faces as tax rebates for goods and services purchased worth 15,000 baht was announced to run tomorrow until the end of the year.
BANGKOK — CentralWorld. Central Chidlom. Gaysorn Village. In case it lacked shopping opportunities, Ratchadamri Road is adding another mall tomorrow.
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.
BANGKOK — An American-Ecuadorian woman darts between racks of clothes, suggesting a white blouse to one woman and a loud patterned dress to another. Dozens...
BANGKOK — Enter the Year of the Pig doing more than eating dumplings and wearing a qipao.