Trick out your home theater with actual ‘Scala’ seats

Take a piece of Bangkok cinema history home – and sit on it. Four months after it closed, Bangkok’s last cinema palace from the golden age of film is selling its seats.  Apex...

‘Anti-coup rehearsal’ called at busy Bangkok junction just before Friday rush hour

Be warned, Bangkok: Protesters will gather in the late afternoon on one of the worst traffic days at one of the...

‘Anti-coup rehearsal’ called at busy Bangkok junction just before Friday rush hour

Clouded leopard spotted in Thai northeast for first time in 20 years

A large wild cat with a tortoise shell-pattern coat was spotted near the Thai-Cambodian border in what wildlife...

Clouded leopard spotted in Thai northeast for first time in 20 years

New Bangkok bar brings vinyl, mid-century California vibes to Thonglor

The latest project from the Rabbit Hole Group (the folks behind Canvas, Crimson Room, Draft Land, Rabbit Hole), Bar...

New Bangkok bar brings vinyl, mid-century California vibes to Thonglor

Farmers’ market by and for Bangkok women to tackle violence

During the pandemic domestic violence cases in Thailand surged by 66%, according to the Thai Health Promotion...

Farmers’ market by and for Bangkok women to tackle violence
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