Christine’s surprise birthday get together at Sangdee Gallery Sirimangkalajarn Soi 5
Citylife’s annual charity fair will be moved to a fabulous new location on Nimmanhaemin Road. With space, we will have more stalls, more food, more drinks, more performances and activities and raise MORE for charity. ***Booth Booking Now Closed*** ***Please contact [email protected] for more information*** Book your stall now! Suggest a charity for our donations (last year we raised over 400,000 for three charities). And donate deep! We are asking you to donate anything we can use in our auction or tombola, all proceeds will go to charity. This will be a fun and fantastic day out and we can’t wait to see you all again.
CityNews – A monk was arrested for sexually assaulting two boys.
Flight of the Gibbon supports the Royal Thai Navy Seals for a Mangrove Planting Project in Chonburi.
CityNews – Street race between two cars allegedly leads to a traffic accident.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester arrives in Bangkok today for an official visit that signifies the strength of the UK-Thailand partnership.
CityNews – A 54 year old man was arrested for public indecency.
In celebration of the famous Loy Krathong, RatiLanna Riverside Spa Resort is offering you all to take part in this traditional festival at their place by the Ping River. On November 22nd you can enjoy a buffet serving over a hundred dishes varied from barbeque, seafoods, authentic Thai and international cuisines. You can enjoy a barbeque station with a variety of premium meats gilled on volcanic rock. There will also be a Lanna performace and live music from local bands along with floating of the krathong and releasing of the lanterns at the event. The dinner will be held on November 22nd from 6 – 10pm. Prices are 3,500 baht per person and 1,750 baht per children berween 6 and 12.
The famous papaya salad restaurant, Somtam Udon has opened a new branch serving all customers with a new ambience in San Sai. This new branch is located in the same area with Prodoi Café offering a lush green environment with flowers gardens and a lotus pond. The restaurant promises to serve authentic tastes prepared from north eastern recipes. At this new place all customer can enjoy a variety of fierce Isaan dishes such as the signature tam tad, a papaya salad served in an enormous dish with a number of side dishes, and complete the meal with sweets or a cup of coffee from the café.
From its humble roots as a homemade bakery shop in a jungle, Nana Jungle has now grown and branched out across Chiang Mai. Today Nana Bakery takes another bold step, opening up its very own restaurant. Nana Jungle Café and Restaurant is established with the same core value: delicious, good and affordable food. The restaurant offers a wide range of cuisines with 30 new dishes on the menu created by talented chefs.
CityNews – Mong Thongdee, the forgotten hero is officially a Thai citizen.