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Thailand Biennale

By eatsandretreats.com One of the most interesting and unusual contemporary art projects is the Thailand Biennale, organised by the Office of Contemporary Art and...

Bangkok Biennial

By eatsandretreats.com Bangkok Biennial is an alternative and underground art festival motivated to challenge the more commercially run exhibitions. The focus is on...

Bangkok underground cinema

By eatsandtreats.com For movie fans, the Bangkok Underground Film Festival runs every year with films screened in various venues around Bangkok. The aim is to give space...

Bangkok Performance art festival

By eatsandtreats Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre (BACC) is a gallery, performance space and workshop venue in the heart of Bangkok. It’s definitely worth checking out...

Hua Hin International Jazz Festival

By eatsandretreats.com Hua Hin International Jazz Festival is gaining in popularity worldwide. It’s where professional local and international jazz artists meet to...

Bangkok International festival of dance

By eatsandretreats.com Bangkok’s International Festival of Dance and Music always delights audiences with an exciting and varied line-up for six weeks. It show...

National Muay Thai Day

By eatsandtreats Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand and is followed by many Thais across the country. For martial arts enthusiasts, national Muay Thai day, 17...

Upcoming cultural and art events in Thailand in 2018

By eatsandretreats.com Thailand has a thriving national and international art and cultural programme. From music festivals to intimate photo galleries, it’s easy to...

Gotten used to Bangkok traffic? By Noel Lindquist

You May Have Been Living in Thailand for too Long

By: Noël Lindquist 1. When an ant crawls into your noodle soup or plate of spicy som tam, you don’t bother removing it and chock it up as extra protein. 2....

View of Bangkok from Wat Arun, By: Isaac Olson

Bangkok Living Costs, a City that Caters to All Your Wants and Needs

By: Isaac Olson January is Indo-China month at Latitudes. One major draw to Bangkok is the city's reputation for having a low cost of living, which helps attract...