As a native of the Eastern region who has moved to Ubon Ratchathani in the Northeast to do a business, and though I have lived in the province for many years, I still do not know how to cook sticky rice. My youngest son was born in this region and loves to eat sticky rice
ProductsThai Food in the Western Cream Soup StyleOriginal Food products developed by the Institute of Food Research and Product Development, Kasetsart UniversityAn inspiration for creative innovationsin Thailand’s processed food industry
An export business that is widely known in many , “Rapeeleela” is a brand that very few of the people who are avid enthusiasts of home decoration and fascinated with the charm of handmade rugs would not know about. Ms. Rapee Leelasiri, a former interior decorator, is the creator and founder of the “Rapeeleela” Brand that offers fine handmade rugs and other woven products that have been artistically created with her love for art.
Through the bloodline of many generations of craftsmen who originally migrated from the old capital of Ayutthaya to settle down in Bangkok, the Ban Baat Community has become a famous place for the production of handmade monks’ bowls. Hiran Sueseeserm, as leader of the Ban Baat community, is, therefore, determined to carry on the traditional bowl-making practice that has been handed down through generations.
Kadeejeen is one of the oldest communities in Bangkok with a long and very interesting history. It was originally a Hakka Chinese community which was located on the bank of Wat Kalaya Canal since the old Ayutthaya period. They were later joined by people of different races, such as Thais, Chinese, Europeans, Indians, Vietnamese, Mons, and others
Roo Soo! Flood
Mr.Mai Roo Soo! Flood
It all started with Ping- Kriangkrai Wachirathamporn, who first went to work as a volunteer to do everything he could during Thailand‘s 2011 floods. This is an interview that he gave on how he and his colleagues came to create the widely-acclaimed Roo Soo! Flood clips.
Situated just a couple of hours from Bangkok, an increasing number of domestic and foreign tourists are flocking to Hua Hin every year. Beautiful seas and tides aside, it is also home to various tourist attractions. Cicada Market is one of them.
Ratchaburi is a small town that is often called “A town that time has passed by” or “A forgotten town”. Like many other communities, in order to create arts or tourist attractions, people in the communities have to actually initiate and carry out all the necessary activities themselves.
Park@Siam, which is located in area of 400 Rai (about 158 acres), is a piece of land, that Chulalongkorn University has developed for commercial purposes, as well as for general public uses. The Park is filled with green trees in a beautiful landscape that provides a cool and refreshing environment. Located next to the Chulalongkorn Book Center, the Park provides a recreational space for the passersby.