BANGKOK — Black headphones with fluorescent blue, red and green lights change colors and music genres with the press of a button – and the crowd goes wild.
NAKHON PATHOM — Officers trundle into a cabin on a temple’s grounds at the crack of dawn, guns mounted and flashlights shining. When no one responds to their knocks, they sledgehammer two doors and catch a monk sleeping under a mosquito net.
BANGKOK — In a suburb in northern Bangkok, a man lives alone. It’s a large house, and he has suddenly found himself in it after seven years in a prison teeming with criminals.
NAKHON PHANOM — Packed into pens and cages, they whimper behind rusty metal gates. Those who cannot fight for the meager food tossed to them – such as the tiny puppies being born amid the squalor – wait for death.
KRABI — That feeling when you get so big, one duck isn’t enough.
BANGKOK — If revelers voted with their feet, the usual street scrum of water fighting on Khaosan Road proved a stronger draw than a government-sponsored cultural event nearby in Bangkok's old quarter.
BANGKOK — Traditional garb and garlands brushed shoulders with tank tops and water guns Friday where Lumphini Park meets Silom Road.
Ten muralists painted a vet clinic Friday as part of a distributed movement to demand justice for a black tiger poached in a wildlife sanctuary last month.
PATTAYA — Elephants feasted on fruit and were made to reenact historical battles nationwide as the country celebrates the national animal on Thai Elephant Day.
BANGKOK — Not to be confused with the Lady Gaga single of the same name, a song written by junta leader Prayuth Chan-ocha went viral Wednesday to the derision of netizens.