Cover Story : Vol.35 No.2 / 5 February 2018
Thailand has a long history that can be traced back to the 13th century. The first kingdom of Thailand was Sukhothai, which was established by King Si Indrathit in AD 1238. Sukhothai, presently a province in the north of Thailand located 427 km from Bangkok, was a great empire whose archaeological remains can still be seen today. Although it is not as popular as Ayutthaya, the province features two world-renowned historical parks which are among the most famous historical attractions in Thailand. They are Sukhothai Historical Park and Si Satchanalai Historical Park.
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.1 / 5 January 2018
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is hoping to make Thailand a preferred destination among foreign visitors as part of its 2018 marketing initiative. In 2018, TAT will change its marketing angle slightly with a new concept of “Open to the New Shades of Thailand”. The concept will deepen the Unique Thai Local Experience to a Million Shades of Thailand. This will give more depth to the presentation of Thailand’s tourism, and enhance the country’s image as a land of amazing diversity worth discovering further.
Cover Story : Vol.34 No.10 / 5 October 2017
Do you like Thai food? It is one of the world’s five most popular culinary styles, along with those of the Chinese, Indian, Italian and French. It features hot and spicy tastes with colourful ingredients of fresh herbs and vegetables which not only coordinate to boost appetite but also contain medicinal properties.
Traditional Thai medicine regards food as a fundamental of a person’s physical and mental health. If one consumes food which harmonizes with the seasons of the year, the geographical condition of his locality and the chemical elements in his body, good health and clear state of mind will be his. This principle has been observed by the Thai people for a long time to keep the body and mind in equilibrium.Add a comment
Cover Story : Vol.34 No.11 / 5 November 2017
Just like a restaurant lists many dishes on its menu but recommends only a few, so Thaiways has decided to highlight some of the most amazing activities and attractions definitely all visitors to the kingdom should not miss. Certainly, it is quite difficult to do all these in one trip. But we hope that the list will give you some good ideas for your trip to Thailand, especially those who come for the first time.Add a comment
Cover Story : Vol.34 No.9 / 5 September 2017
Renowned as a country full of cultural and natural attractions, Thailand also offers great opportunities for outdoor and adventure activities. In particular, Southern Thailand is a narrow peninsula, flanked by the Andaman Sea on the west and the Gulf of Thailand on the east. It is blessed with warm, clear waters, tropical islands, white beaches, and lush jungles. It is thus a real paradise for all visitors who love to challenge themselves with outdoor activities. Besides, thanks to Thailand’s warm weather, you can enjoy water-sports and adventure activities such as white water rafting without shivering. Here we would like to introduce to you some interesting activities as follows:Add a comment
Cover Story : Vol.34 No.8 / 5 August 2017
For over six decades of the reign of His Late Majesty King Bhumibol, Her Majesty Queen Sirikit has resolutely followed His Late Majesty the King and accompanied him on his visits to the people in remote areas throughout the country. With a strong determination to alleviate the hardship and suffering of the rural people, the royal couple have devoted time and energy to finding effective solutions for a better living with sufficient income, so that they can enjoy a happier life. While His Late Majesty devoted his energy to improving the life of farmers through soil improvement, the preservation of water sources, and many agricultural projects, Her Majesty did everything she can to help generate additional income for the farming families.