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Bangkok’s Annual Red Cross Fair Begins

Bangkok’s Annual Red Cross Fair Begins March 31, 2011 | Events | Read More
Head out to the Royal Amphon Garden located on Si Ayhutthaya Road in Dusit starting this week for the annual fair to raise funds and awareness for the Red Cross. 200 booths will be set up selling various regional products and Royal Project products as well. This means a lot of samples of snacks and other...

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Bangkok

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Bangkok March 11, 2011 | Events | Read More
Another March 17 is upon us here in the City of Angels, and it’s time to lift a glass and toast St. Patrick. Bangkok, of course, has no shortage of pubs, particularly Irish pubs, but the city does, unfortunately, have a shortage of Irish beer! It could turn out to be more of a lift a shot glass...

Buddhist Holiday Today: Makha Bucha

Buddhist Holiday Today: Makha Bucha February 18, 2011 | Events | Read More
Today, February 18, marks the full moon of the third month of the lunar calendar. This date is significant for Theravada Buddhists because it is believed to be an important event in the Buddha’s life. On the same lunar date Lord Buddha gave an important sermon, known as the Ovādapātimokkha, in...

Bangkok’s Rhythm of the Earth World Festival Begins – Free Live Music

Bangkok’s Rhythm of the Earth World Festival Begins – Free Live Music February 17, 2011 | Events, free | Read More
Live world music and awesome barbecue will be happening this week and weekend during the 6th Annual Rhythm of the Earth World Festival in Bangkok. Head on down to Central World to check it out — it’s free! Various local and international musical acts will give free performances on a stage...

More Photos from Bangkok’s Chinese New Year 2011

More Photos from Bangkok’s Chinese New Year 2011 February 8, 2011 | Events | Read More
Friday was the second day of Chinese New Year in Bangkok’s Chinatown. Here are some more photos from the event. If you missed Thursday’s shots, see Part One of Bangkok’s Chinese New Year photo gallery. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float:...

Photos of Chinese New Year in Bangkok – 2011

Photos of Chinese New Year in Bangkok – 2011 February 4, 2011 | Events | Read More
Chinese New Year celebrations are underway in Bangkok’s Chinatown (Yaowarat). Here a few photos of the first day of festivities. Click here for an itinerary of Chinatown New Year events for Friday, February 4. Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn attended to open the event. She arrived...

Schedule of Events: Chinese New Year / Chinatown, Bangkok

Schedule of Events: Chinese New Year / Chinatown, Bangkok February 4, 2011 | Events | Read More
Today’s Chinese New Year events will take place in Bangkok’s Chinatown in the main street, Yaowarat Road: Festivities start at noon and continue on into the night. Noon – 7:00 pm, activities, games, souvenirs and street food throughout Chinatown Performance schedule: 5:45 pm – Fan Dance 7:05...

A Romantic Valentine’s Day in Bangkok: 5 Restaurants

A Romantic Valentine’s Day in Bangkok: 5 Restaurants February 1, 2011 | Events, Food, Romantic | Read More
Valentine’s Day is coming up and if you are planning to be in the City of Angels with your angel, you’re probably going to want to find a sweet little spot to enjoy a romantic dinner in Bangkok. There is no shortage of nice restaurants both Thai and international, but here are just a few...

Watching the Super Bowl in Bangkok

Watching the Super Bowl in Bangkok February 1, 2011 | Events | Read More
American football is not terribly popular in Thailand, but you’d be surprised how many regular season games come on live on a Monday morning on cable TV or are replayed that night — with Thai commentators. So the alternative, of course, is heading to one of the sports bars. Super Bowl XLV...

Chinese New Year in Bangkok’s Chinatown (2011)

Chinese New Year in Bangkok’s Chinatown (2011) January 24, 2011 | Events | Read More
Chinese New Year is upon us once again, as the Year of the Tiger comes to a close and the Year of the Rabbit begins. In Bangkok, the place to see it all unfold is of course Chinatown. Cheapflights.com has chosen Bangkok’s Chinatown as one of the top ten places in the world to celebrate the Chinese...
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