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    Seeking the ideal suitcase

    Life, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 30/07/2012

    » Travel has become a regular part of many of our lives and to make the experience as smooth and enjoyable as possible we prefer luggage that is comfortable to carry, easy to manoeuvre, weather-resistant and hard-wearing.


    Tapas Treats

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 13/07/2012

    » I think we ought to ban the use of smartphones at restaurants. Think about it: They potentially ruin what is supposed to be an occasion to appreciate food and friends.


    A taste of india

    Brunch, Ezra Kyrill Erker, Published on 15/07/2012

    » Rajan Misra, the quadrilingual head chef at the Rang Mahal _ one of Bangkok's most notable restaurants in North Indian cuisine _ hails from New Delhi. He cut his culinary teeth at the high-end Taj Palace Hotel in New Delhi and has been Rang Mahal's head chef since 2003, during which time the restaurant has won many Best Indian Restaurant in Thailand awards _ nine in a row from Thailand Tatler and seven from Bangkok Dining & Entertainment magazine, as well as one last year from


    Wheels of fortune

    Brunch, Wanchai Rujawongsanti, Published on 03/06/2012

    » Nearly 60 years ago, Prince Birabongse Bhanudej blazed a trail in the world of motor racing by becoming the first _ and to date only _ Thai to compete in and win a Grand Prix race. Prince Bira, as he is widely known, is also the only Thai racer to have competed in the Le Mans 24 Hours Race _ at least until British-based Tor Graves gets behind the wheel later this month in France.


    Honey for money but stings free

    News, Saiarun Pinaduang, Published on 09/06/2012

    » At the break of dawn, a group of men and women - the honey hunters - head deep into the forest in Phayao province, each carrying a bucket they hope will be full of amber syrup when they go home later in the day.


    Grow your own

    Brunch, Normita Thongtham, Published on 01/04/2012

    » The floods that put nearly a third of Thailand underwater for months last year sent the price of vegetables soaring, that is if they were available at all. This served as a lesson to one couple, who decided to ensure they maintain a steady supply of herbs and vegetables, floods or no floods.


    The Healing Herb

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 10/04/2012

    » Rattanapan Pansri only wished to hear some good news from the second doctor about her husband who was earlier diagnosed as suffering the final stage of colon cancer. Unfortunately, the second opinion turned things from bad to worse.


    'Peepoo' to stop flying toilet

    AFP, Published on 13/03/2012

    » Can Peepoo stop the flying toilet? A small Swedish company believes so.


    It’s Rainin’Wine

    Guru, Published on 17/02/2012

    » With queues longer than the time it takes for the Thai legal system to process a case, a new branch of Wine Connection is already attracting quite a crowd. Diversifying from its other outlets, the latest Wine Connection Tapas Bar & Bistro at fresh-faced lifestyle shopping centre Rain Hill is like a cosmopolitan friend who takes you out for wining and dining after work, or a tasty booze-filled lunch. Sure, a buddy like WC likes to boast a little about his exclusive products, but then again, that's why you hang out, right?


    For a happy society

    Life, Alfred Tha Hla, Published on 04/01/2012

    » The political journey for first-time MP Jarupan Kuldiloke was not mapped out as one would imagine since she was once at loggerheads with her father, Pol Lt Gen Chatt, the current deputy minister of Transport and Communications.

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