Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) in its ongoing promotion, World Destination of Food in Thailand, invites both domestic and international tourists who love food to participate in the “Thai Food Festival” under the concept of “24/7 Everywhere…..Easy Tasty Street Food.” This campaign goes hand in…

Phuket King’s Cup Regatta gold medalist and Top of the Gulf Laser Radial champion, Kamolwan “Bam” Chanyim, is determined to become the first Thai woman to qualify for the Olympic Sailing Competition in the Laser Radial. In order to achieve her goal, however, sponsors are…

By Christa Avery Recently, whilst chugging along Bogyoke Aung San Road, an enterprising young Burmese lad thrust a bound copy of “The Condominium Law 23 August 2012” through my taxi window. For 3,000 kyatts, I thought it was a bargain (that’s just over $3). Though…

Read more in the report in the Bangkok Post, which sates there’s almost one vehicle for every city resident: http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/investigation/353013/bangkok-traffic-never-been-worse

Guess where? Phuket – click on the following link to get the full story  from  Kathleen Peddicord of U.S.News & World Report LP: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/phuket-thailand-gets-more-appealing-194047404.html

One of the hardest decisions you may make as an expat is which school should you send your children to? It is so important that you make an informed decision as their years at school, will have so much to do with forming their character,…

Catherine Conlan, Monster Contributing Writer, says, “Whether you’re a freshly minted graduate or a professional with decades of experience, your résumé should include five critical elements. Including these five parts will help you clarify your thinking, focus on key skills and accomplishments, and craft a…

Check out this piece by Derek Thompson in The Atlantic Monthly who says Bangkok “is now the most visited city in the world by international tourists, according to the new Global Destination City Index, eking out London by less than one percent.” For the full…

Talented photojournalist John Everingham‘s latest venture has been to put together a website of “true beachfront hotels that have no road or traffic between their rooms and beach or ocean.”  The site can be an invaluable tool in looking for that weekend retreat. http://www.thebeachfrontclub.com/

Check out this piece by Jake Maxwell Watts of Quartz, where he details why “Bangkok has beaten London to the number one spot as 2013’s most popular tourist destination, and it’s not just because of Thailand’s reputation for spicy food and Buddhist temples…” http://finance.yahoo.com/news/why-bangkok-world-number-one-091917915.html

Tenderloins Steakhouse & Sports Bar, on Sukhumvit Soi 33, recently staged the monthly networking night for the TCCC. Tenderloins is open daily from 10am (just in time to get a good breakfast) until 2am. The restaurant specializes in cut steaks and exclusive wines. Location-wise, it’s…

Story & Photos by Scott Murray When people come to Thailand, one of the first things they want to visit is The Bridge on the River Kwai. Made famous by the 1957 film starring Alec Guinness, William Holden and Jack Hawkins, the bridge is one…

The Jogsports Ice Jackets trumped the Sport Corner Snipers 7-2 to win the 2013 TWHL championship with Jacket goalie Jason Cotsmire making a number of key saves to earn the victory. The match was a replica of game one in the three-game series as Jogsports dominated…