Wednesday, 24 July 2019

Thaiways 36 N7

Cover Story : Vol.36 No.7 / 5 July 2019

By Kanjana

Ayutthaya is one of the most famous historical and cultural cities in Thailand.  At the height of its prosperity in the 16th century, it was considered one of the biggest and wealthiest cities in the region. Founded in 1350, Ayutthaya was the first capital of the Thai kingdom after Sukhothai. In 1767, the city was attacked and burnt down by the invading Burmese army forcing the people to abandon the city, effectively bringing the long era of Ayutthaya to a close.

 

 

Thaiways 36 N6

Cover Story : Vol.36 No.6 / 5 June 2019

By Thawat Wattana

Many people enjoy limestone landforms because these natural phenomena are marvelous and fantastic in shape and contain many wonders inside – mystical caves, beautiful stalactites and stalagmites and even underground streams.

 

 

 

Thaiways 36 N5

Cover Story : Vol.36 No.5 / 5 May 2019

By Saranya Suksawat

May 2019 is the month that all Thai people are eagerly looking forward to, as the most important event of this year, the Coronation Ceremony of His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn, will be held from May 4 - 6.

 

 

 

Thaiways 36 N4Cover Story : Vol.36 No.4 / 5 April 2019

By Saranya Suksawat

The Songkran festival is the traditional Thai New Year's Day and is celebrated from April 13 to 15.The Thai people throughout the country from the old to the young and from the royalty to the ordinary people celebrate this festival. Being the world-renowned water festival, it attracts tourists from all over the world to visit the country during this period. Apart from water splashing, Thai people also celebrate with many other joyous activities. It is indeed the country's merriest festival.

 

 

 

Thaiways 36 N3Cover Story : Vol.36 No.3 / 5 March 2019

By Thawat Wattana

Thailand lies in the Indo-Chinese Peninsula covering a land area of 513,115 sq.km. It extends some 1,500 km. from north to south striding over parts of the tropical and sub-tropical zones. With its plentiful rainfall and fertile soil, Thailand, like all its neighbours, used to have a very high forest cover. Although, as is well known, much of this is gone, Thailand in the past decades has made ceaseless efforts in forest conservation and has succeeded in expanding enormously its network of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries.

 

 

 

 

Thaiways 36 N2Cover Story : Vol.36 No.2 / 5 February 2019

By Siwalai

Thailand is one of the world's largest producers of rice and farmers are the backbone of the country. In the past, water buffalo played a critical role in rice cultivation as Thai farmers used them to plough rice fields. Due to its close relationship with the farmer’s life, this animal is regarded as a cultural symbol of Thailand.