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Varisara Bejrakashem, Roengsak Chankasem, and Nima Chandler of Nancy Chandler Graphics. Nima is holding an early version of the Nancy Chandler Map of Bangkok.

Journey’s End for Nancy Chandler’s Bangkok Maps

For almost half a century, a colorful map highlighting secret soi haunts has been a backpack staple of every dedicated visitor to Bangkok. But...
Discounted cheese at a branch of Tops Supermarket.

How to Snag Discounted Goodies at Bangkok’s Supermarkets (And Fight Food Waste)

Here are some tips to swipe cheap cheese and baked goods at the supermarkets.

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...

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.

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.

Ratchaprasong’s Newest Mall ‘The Market’ Opens on V-Day

BANGKOK — CentralWorld. Central Chidlom. Gaysorn Village. In case it lacked shopping opportunities, Ratchadamri Road is adding another mall tomorrow.

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Detailed and delicate, traditional Thai patterns may look too outdated – even ancient – to wear, but young entrepreneurs are bringing them back with designs applicable to everyday life.
Environmental blogger Maneechanate Sammanee holding a glass jar on July 19.

The ‘Sabai Sabai’ Way to Go Zero Waste in Thailand

Battling frowny kao gaeng vendors. Adamantly refusing durian cellophane-wrapped to a styrofoam dish and double-bagged. These are just some of the unique hurdles for Thais starting out on zero-waste lifestyles.

Japan’s Biggest Discount Chain ‘Donki’ to Open on Ekkamai

BANGKOK — There will soon be no need to ask friends to bring back konnyaku peach jellies from Japan.

Shop For Thai Souvenirs That Aren’t Elephant Pants

If all you have to show from your Thailand vacation are elephant pants and a fluorescent-threaded monk bag, you may be doing it wrong.

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