The Thai junta chief’s attempt to woo the country with a rock ballad dubbed “Diamond Heart” fell flat on Valentine’s Day as netizens panned the lyrics written by a dictator whom some would prefer to break up with.
A tourist magnet site will be closed to boats to prevent further damage.
Thai mega star Sukollawat Kanarot also known as Weir Sukollawat, to his fans, graced the grand opening of Amed Clinic Cambodia’s new branch in Toul Kork last week. Weir is an actor, singer and model with Channel 7 in Thailand.
A three-day defamation trial begins against 14 Myanmar migrant workers who accused a Thai chicken farm of labour abuses.
Thailand charges 8 civil rights activists with violating the ban on public gatherings.
The Thai junta has filed charges against seven pro-democracy activists who led a 100-strong rally calling for elections.
Wongsuwan is under growing pressure to explain his penchant for luxury watches.
A Thai activist who fled the country to avoid a royal insult case over sharing a BBC article on Facebook.
Governments across Southeast Asia have a history of using laws and the judiciary to curb press freedoms – now, they have found a handy crutch to lean on as they intensify clampdowns: US President Donald Trump’s “fake news” mantra.
The Thai junta’s number two, who is mired in a graft scandal over luxury watches, could be cleared of wrongdoing.
A firebrand leader of anti-government protests was indicted on treason.
A motorcycle bomb exploded in a market in Thailand’s southern Yala province killing three people and wounding 22.
US artist Chris Coles is based in Bangkok and Phnom Penh, captures below-the-surface reality of people, situations and social structures.
Thai policemen and official are under investigation for receiving free services from a Bangkok massage parlour.
A tourist speedboat carrying 31 passengers exploded in front of Phi Phi Le island in Krabi, injuring 16.
Commencing January 15, the service to issue travel and work permits for Cambodian migrant workers in Thailand’s Rayong and Chachoengsao provinces will be suspended, according to an announcement from the Royal Embassy of Cambodia in…
A 74-year-old Japanese accused of a gang murder has been arrested in Thailand.
Thailand’s former PM who fled to avoid jail over a rice subsidy scheme that lost billions of dollars, is in Britain.
Hani, who had worked as a domestic helper in Abu Dhabi, secretly gave birth during an Etihad flight to Jakarta.
Noodle brand Mama purchases land in Cambodia to build a factory for its noodles.
The US wants to open a military arms maintenance centre in Thailand.
The authorities have struggled to convince most slum dwellers to relocate.
The doyen of Phnom Penh’s arts and culture scene Nico Mesterharm, together with his wife Sopheak celebrated his 50th birthday last fortnight.
Cambodian athletes wins silverware in the 1st Asian Petanque Championship.
The EU agrees to resume political contacts “at all levels” with Thailand after suspending them in protest at the military coup in Bangkok.
More than 80 Cambodians were arrested in Thailand trying to enter the prohibited Thap Lan National Park for logging.
Two American tourists are arrested and fined for posing a “butt selfie” in front of a famous Buddhist temple.
More than 150 prospective investors and small enterprises will join the business forum.
The five-day fanfare, which kicks off on Wednesday, is the culmination of months of painstaking preparation that began after Bhumibol died a year ago.
Bugs are creeping onto the menu of some of Bangkok’s high-end restaurants as the capital’s gourmands leap on the latest global food trend with a sustainable agenda.