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Cover story : Vol.35 No.1

5 Jan. 2018
 

Open to the New Shades of Thailand

 

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is hoping to make Thailand a preferred destination among foreign visitors as part of its 2018 marketin ginitiative. In 2018, TAT will change its marketing angle slightly with a new concept of "Open to the New Shades of Thailand". The concept will deepen the Unique Thai Local Experience to a Million Shades of Thailand. This will give more depth to the presentaton of Thailand's tourism, and enhance the country's image as a land of amazing diversity worth discovering further.

 
The full story : Open to the New Shades of Thailand

Next Issue
 

Cover story : Vol.35 No.2

5 Feb. 2018
  Sukhothai Historical Park
 

The UNESCO World Heritage Site

 

Thailand has a long history that can be traced back to the 13th century. The first kingdom of Thailand was Sukhothai, which was established by King Si Indrathit in AD 1238. Sukhothai, presently a province in the north of Thailand located 427 km from Bangkok, was a great empire whose archaeological remains can still be seen today. Although it is not as popular as Ayutthaya, the province features two world-renowned historical parks which are among the most famous historical attractions in Thailand. They are Sukhothai Historical Park and Si Satchanalai Historical Park.

 
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Previous Issues
 

Cover story : Vol.34 No.12

5 Dec. 2017
 

Wat Arun The Temple of Dawn

 

Sitting majestically on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn is one of the most striking riverside landmarks of Thailand. It is thus one of the most-visited attractions in Bangkok.

 
The full story : Wat Arun The Temple of Dawn

 

Cover story : Vol.34 No.11

5 Nov. 2017
 

12-THINGS TO DO IN Thailand

 

Do you like Thai food?  It is one of the world’s five most popular culinary styles, along with those of the Chinese, Indian, Italian and French. It features hot and spicy tastes with colourful ingredients of fresh herbs and vegetables which not only coordinate to boost appetite but also contain medicinal properties.

 
The full story : 12-THINGS TO DO IN Thailand

 

Cover story : Vol.34 No.10

5 Oct. 2017
 

Thai Food The Harmony of Flavours and Health

 

Do you like Thai food?  It is one of the world’s five most popular culinary styles, along with those of the Chinese, Indian, Italian and French. It features hot and spicy tastes with colourful ingredients of fresh herbs and vegetables which not only coordinate to boost appetite but also contain medicinal properties.

 
The full story : Thai Food The Harmony of Flavours and Health

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