Northern Paradise: Wander beyond the sea of mist in picturesque Pai

Patches of fog float atop the mountain range away from rice fields and the village of Ban Santichon in Pai, Mae Hong Son. Illuminated houses can be seen from afar before a thick cloud blankets the village. On the hilltop known as Yun Lai, a Chinese name which means “cloud coming”, hundreds of visitors await […]

Another ‘Indy’ Night Market Opens Sunday in Thon Buri

BANGKOK — The year couldn’t end without another hipster night market joining the trend. On Sunday Indy Market will open within Dao Khanong to welcome the cool breezy season. Indy Market promises around 500 stalls of food, drink, crafts, clothes and more on the Thon Buri side of the river in the Dao Khanong area. […]

Don Mueang has a new co-working space where you can work before your flight

  Don Mueang is finally getting some much-needed modern amenities. After adding Sleep Box hotel earlier this year, so that guests with long layovers can get some rest, the same entrepreneurs have opened Miracle, a co-working space in Terminal 2 on the fourth floor — very close to Sleep Box. The 500 sq.m. space has […]

Thai AirAsia to expand fleet, fly new routes

Asia Aviation Plc, a major shareholder in budget carrier Thai AirAsia, said on Thursday the airline would take delivery of two new Airbus A320 NEOs in the fourth quarter, raising its fleet to 51 planes at the end of this year. Thai AirAsia, the country’s largest budget airline, also plans to operate new routes in […]

Prayuth signals Thailand TV and nightlife may return to normal after Nov. 14

Thailand’s party scene may kick back into gear in a fortnight after a shutdown to mourn the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the junta suggested yesterday. The death of 88-year-old Bhumibol Adulyadej on Oct. 13 thrust a country renowned for its colorful nightlife into profound mourning. Thais have donned black, soap operas have been pulled […]

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