Culture

Chinese New Year in Bangkok

One of the most anticipated celebrations in Thailand is the Chinese New Year. Although it is not a public holiday, it is just as important as Songkran for a significant proportion of the Thai population. About 14% are of [...]

2019-02-11T22:16:25+00:0006/02/2019|

Loy Krathong

When the sun sets on the day of the 12th lunar month, many Thai people gather around lakes, rivers and canals to celebrate the annual Loy Krathong. It is one of the most scenic festivals to watch out for [...]

2019-02-18T12:17:00+00:0022/11/2018|

Suan Pakkad Palace

The Suan Pakkad Palace is less known among the museums in Bangkok. Only a handful of visitors seem to come here at a time. But those who stumble upon it will be pleasantly surprised. The hidden oasis is home [...]

2019-02-03T15:48:12+00:0014/09/2018|

Exhibition Vasan Sitthiket: I Am You

The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) is currently holding an exhibition entitled "I Am You" which is dedicated to the Thai artist Vasan Sitthiket. It features more than 100 master pieces from the period between 1975 and the [...]

2019-02-12T12:57:22+00:0017/04/2018|

Museum of Siam

What does it mean to be Thai? There's no simple answer to this question. While the individual components of the Thai identity have evolved over many centuries, the idea of a Thai nation is very much a modern concept [...]

2019-02-03T15:30:20+00:0015/04/2018|

Songkran

Songkran is the traditional New Year's festival in Thailand and is becoming increasingly popular among foreign visitors. It is celebrated throughout the country, usually between April 13-15. Whether you take part in it or not, you should prepare yourself [...]

2019-02-18T10:08:17+00:0013/04/2018|

Jim Thompson House

The Jim Thompson House is a museum in Bangkok that attracts more than 200,000 visitors per year. Hidden at the end of a side street, or soi in Thai, it is one of the city's most interesting sights. You [...]

2019-02-01T13:11:29+00:0013/04/2018|
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