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    Run for the hills

    Guru, Kankanok Wichiantanon, Published on 08/11/2019

    » With Thailand's scorching heat almost all year round, there's never been a better time to take a break away from the hustle and bustle of the city and meander through verdant fields in 20+C weather. Looking for a place to soak in winter breeze? We've got you covered. From the leafy northern province of Chiang Rai to mountainous Loei, Guru has collected eight blooming flower gardens and exciting winter markets, which are open only for the next couple of months.


    Land saga a test of morals

    News, Editorial, Published on 14/11/2019

    » The recent land scandal involving the outspoken MP for Ratchaburi, Pareena Kraikupt, poses a major challenge to the principles of land reform for needy farmers.

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    Winged migration

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 04/11/2019

    » On a raised wooden platform on Khao Dinso, a 350m-high hill along a coastline of the Gulf of Thailand in Chumphon province, a group of international birdwatchers are waiting to see raptor migration since dawn's break. Every year about a million birds migrate during autumn from cold lands in Russia or China, passing Khao Dinso in Thailand to the tropical islands of Indonesia to find food.


    Leatherback turtle eggs moved to safer spot inside national park

    Achadtaya Chuenniran, Published on 18/11/2019

    » PHUKET: Eighty-five fertile eggs laid at a beach by a rare visitor to the Andaman coast, a leatherback turtle, have been relocated to a spot further along the coast inside the boundary of the national park in Phangnga province, to ensure their safety.

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    National parks are for everyone

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 13/11/2019

    » The year-end long holidays are just a couple of weeks away. Surely, when the much-awaited period arrives, tens of thousands of vacationers will be headed to many of the more than 150 national parks across the Kingdom.


    Steering startups

    Asia focus, Erich Parpart, Published on 04/11/2019

    » James Tan dropped out of school before his final year at National University of Singapore (NUS) during the first dot-com boom to chase his entrepreneurship dream. He did not regret the decision at all. In the end, he says, we only regret the chances we didn't take, and life is too short to wake up full of regrets.


    Journey to peace

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 15/11/2019

    » Vietnam has always been a bit of a struggle to get to, with its visa restrictions and limited air connectivity. This has since changed with online e-visas and with the introduction of Bangkok Airways' flights to Nha Trang. This has also made it easier to get to Amanoi, derived from the Sanskrit word for peace, aman, and the Vietnamese word for place, no'i. Aman's first resort in Vietnam is perched over Vinh Hy Bay, where a nature park tumbles into crystal-clear waters. This secluded retreat is for those seeking serenity, though not without a bit of adventure.


    Rain-swollen waterfalls closed to visitors in Khao Luang park

    Published on 21/10/2019

    » NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: Khao Luang National Park on Monday announced the temporary closure of six waterfalls deemed dangerous to visit after after days of heavy rain.

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    Tradition vs trash on Loy Krathong

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 11/11/2019

    » From krathong made from banana leaves to those made of styrofoam, bread, ice and other biodegradables, Thais have come up with many different ideas and materials to make floats for the Loy Krathong Festival, during which, on every Full Moon of the 12th lunar month, they pay respect and seek forgiveness from the Goddess of Water. The festival takes place tonight.


    'Billy' shines light on plight of Karens

    News, Paskorn Jumlongrach, Published on 16/11/2019

    » The brutal murder of Karen rights activist Porlajee "Billy" Rakchongcharoen is a major blemish not only on the Kaeng Krachan forest conservation process but also Thailand's bureaucracy.

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