Cover Story : Vol.35 No.12 / 5 December 2018
His Late Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world’s longest-reigning monarch, was regarded as the great king of Thailand and deeply loved by all Thai people. His works and achievements have been recognized internationally as evidenced by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)’s first Human Development Lifetime Achievement Award which was presented to His Late Majesty by the former United Nations Secretary-General, Mr. Kofi Annan on 26th May 2006.
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.11 / 5 November 2018
If you happen to be in Thailand on 22 November this year, consider yourself fortunate because it is the day when Loi Krathong, a most picturesque and romantic festival of Thailand, is celebrated throughout the country.
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.10 / 5 October 2018
Thailand is one of the countries which are rich of herbs and spices commonly found in Thai food. The tropical climate of the country provides sunlight all year round to grow a wide range of valuable medicinal plants.
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.9 / 5 September 2018
Muay Thai or Thai boxing is an ancient Thai martial art originally developed for use in military combat. It is also known as "The Art of Eight Limbs" because it is characterized by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees, and shins, and thus employing eight points of contact, as compared to "two points" (fists) in boxing and "four points" (hands and feet) in kick-boxing.
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.8 / 5 August 2018
Compiled by Siwalai
Photos by Royal courtesy
During the 70 years of the reign of His Late Majesty King Bhumibol (Rama IX), Her Majesty Queen Sirikit 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 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 could to help generate additional income for the farming families.
Cover Story : Vol.35 No.7 / 5 July 2018
Mae Hong Son province has another name as “the city of three mists” because it is surrounded by high mountains and shrouded in mist all year round. The province is located in the northwesternmost part of Thailand, bordering Chiang Mai in the east, Tak in the south, and Myanmar (previously known as Burma) in the west and north.
The city is rich in natural resources – mountains, forests, waterfalls, hot springs and national parks. Its mountain ranges are also home to various hill tribes. Its abundant natural beauty makes it one of the most gorgeous provinces in Thailand, a real paradise for nature and adventure lovers!