Strikers Sports Pub has been well established as for 8 years in the Nana Area, and has recently re-invented itself with the addition of...
How to bring the “FUN” back into sexual FUNction? One unfortunate truth about an aging man is: as his age increases, his sexual function invariably...
In what will be a major time saver for commuters, from the first quarter of 2017 it will be possible to avoid lining up to buy the little tokens required to access the BTS Skytrain system by using a smartphone or mobile device to pay fares.
From renewing passports to obtaining visas for Thai nationals, Pattaya-based company Key Visa has been regarded as one of the best and, particularly important, most trustworthy in the field.
The Huay Yai Riverside luxury housing project was completed almost a year and a half ago and lies only nine kilometres south of Pattaya, and six kilometres from the beach.
Bangkok’s medical ‘tourism’ boosts the city’s bottom line For some years now Thailand, and Bangkok in particular, has promoted itself as a destination for those...
The Bangkok Business Supplement has recently put together a deal with a major distribution agent in Bangkok which will see the magazine placed in a staggering 280 locations in the greater Sukhumvit area of the capital while continuing to be delivered to its already significant network of outlets.
In what is seen as a major coup for Bangkok, Intermat, the international trade show for construction machinery and materials, has teamed up with Thailand’s leading trade show organiser Impact to launch the first edition of Intermat Asean, scheduled for the 8th to the 10th of June next year.
One of the more onerous tasks expatriates have to undertake when living for a long period in a country like Thailand is the renewal of their passport. It is a task which involves a great deal of filling in forms and obtaining confirmation signatures and then spending time and energy attending the embassy.
In what can only be seen as a positive sign for the longer haul in the Thai economy, the Business Development Department recently released figures which showed a modest one percent year-on-year increase in new business registrations.