RARE & ARRESTING BUDDHIST EXHIBITION
The last event of the first-ever Festival of India in Thailand, organised by the Embassy of India and the Indian Ministry of Culture, is a rare and arresting Buddhist Exhibition, that’s currently on at Srinakharinwirot University, till 2 APRIL.
On 3 APRIL, it will move to the Siam Paragon Hall, in conjunction with the Buddhadasa Indapanno Archives, where it will be inaugurated by HRH Princess Soamsawalli , and will be on view to the general public, till 7 APRIL. Continue reading
If you are interested in ORCHIDS, you could go to SANAM CHAN PALACE in Nakornpathom coz they’re having some sort of ‘Orchid Fair‘.
It’s a place where you get to see rare orchids and buy some and take home with you. Orchids are great for decoration in the house… in the garden… Continue reading
The Regent Cha Am Beach Resort Hua Hin
The Regent Group, a leading Thai hotel and hospitality management company with more than 30 years of experience in the sector, recently announced the opening of the Regent Cha-Am Hospitality School (RHS). Continue reading
Violette de Bartillat, lead singer of jazz trio
While Trisara is ideal place for chilling, its sister resort, the Boat House by Montara in Phuket‘s busy party location Kata is ideally suited to the younger set.
The only real beachfront resort in Kata – the other resorts are on other side of the promenade – Boat House by Montara guestrooms bring to mind stylish studio apartments. Continue reading
Ratchaburi, photo by Monruedee Jansuttipan
Located only 100km west of Bangkok, Ratchaburi Province is a popular weekend destination for Bangkokians thanks to its beautiful scenery and numerous attractions from Damnoen Saduak floating market to Suan Phueng district with its themed resorts and sheep farms. It’s also holding a festival this weekend. Continue reading