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    Water way to go

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 03/03/2019

    » There was once a time in Thailand when the population was small and the waters were full of life. Today, the country has nearly 70 million people, but the number of marine creatures is decreasing all the time. In the past, people had respect for the seas, lakes, rivers and their inhabitants. We are not so conscientious anymore. There isn't enough concern about what our activities could mean for the future.

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    Satun at crossroads

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 20/05/2018

    » Last month, the United Nations announced the first Unesco Global Geopark in Thailand, located in the far-southern province of Satun.

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    The South's bypassed beauties

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 18/06/2017

    » The South of Thailand is full of intrigue and mystique for explorers. Despite its reputation for being rain-soaked, the region can be enjoyed across all seasons.

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    It's no yoke eggs matter

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 26/02/2017

    » If we were to cast the situation of the Thai egg industry in the form of a story, there would be three main characters. First would be the big company that supplies roosters and chickens (the birds that produce the eggs) to breeders. Second is the large farm that raises chickens for their eggs, and third is the government official who controls the quantities of eggs produced.

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    Mixing things up

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 23/08/2015

    » In today’s column I’d like to visit an exceptional restaurant serving Chinese-Thai food. It is located in an ordinary-looking shophouse with the cooking area out in front. Customers are seated in an air-conditioned room, where they are presented with a menu with a long list of dishes. Those who know it will recall it used to be located behind the sports arena at Pathumwan but has now moved to Lat Ya Road in Thon Buri.

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    Heading down South

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 11/05/2014

    » This week, I’d like to take a look at another part of Thailand’s South. I went there recently and took a circular route, starting in Trang and going on to Phatthalung, Songkhla and Satun, then returning to Trang without retracing my original route.


    Faking it for real

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 07/07/2013

    » In recent years, many different types of tourist sites have opened. There is an artificial beach at Suan Siam Bangkok, an Italianate outdoor shopping complex called Palio on the road to Khao Yai National Park and a Spanish-style amusement park called Santorini at Cha-am in Phetchaburi.

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    All roads lead to delicious daytripping

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 26/05/2013

    » The great variety offered by Thai cuisine is not limited to the number of different dishes, but can also be seen in the broad range of restaurants and shops where Thai food is served. They differ not only in the kind of food listed on their menus, but also in their mood and atmosphere.

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    Trang's beauty shines through in stormy weather

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 17/06/2012

    » When tourists hear mention of Krabi, Phuket or Phangnga, the first thing that they think of is probably the sea. All three provinces have broad beaches with fine white sand and emerald-green water. There are many little islands ideal for swimming or sunbathing and from November until April there is rarely any rain, just cloudless, blue skies. During these months, tourists both foreign and Thai flock to the three provinces.

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    Satun serenades the senses and the palate

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 24/06/2012

    » If not for the fame of the Tarutao National Marine Park and Lipe Island, with its perfect beaches and beautiful undersea coral gardens, most people would know nothing about Satun province. If recognised at all, it is likely as the location of Pak Bara pier in Langu district, where boats leave for Tarutao and Lipe and for Langkawee Island in Malaysia.

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