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AROUND is a Thai free monthly magazine published by the cooperation of Lifestyle & Travel Media and Citibank in 2010. AROUND provides lifestyle content for urbanites. Its contents include fashion, tourist attractions, restaurants and entertainments. It is published on the 10th day of every month. It can also be read online.
Published bimonthly, Bangkok 101 has been a leading English-language travel, leisure and lifestyle magazine that catering to an audience of local expats, foreign travelers, and affluent Thais. It’s a handy magazine that excites all senses, with unique insights and invaluable content about Bangkok. Since founded in 2005, the publication is mostly distributed to foreign governments, embassies, 4-5 stars hotels, travel agencies, airlines, art enthusiasts, restaurateurs and the preferred in-room magazine for high-end hotels and book shops such as Asia book, Kinokuniya and Foodland.
Founded in 1946, Bangkok Post is the oldest English newspaper in Thailand, and the second oldest newspaper in the country after The Bangkok Recorder (1844). The daily newspaper is published daily in Bangkok offers contents such as local, regional and world general news, sports news and business news, human-interest stories, travel, technology, entertainment and lifestyle, society, English-language education section and much more.
BK is the premier English-language lifestyle media in Bangkok, and the trusted source for what’s cool in the city. Established since 2001, the magazine is known for real honest reviews and for speaks out on the issues that matter to Bangkokians. It provides a complete portfolio of lifestyle content like restaurants, shopping, nightlife, events in Bangkok. BK is distributed weekly in over 400 selected venues to the city’s most active, affluent demographic of Thai professionals.
Chiang Mai Mail is a weekly English language newspaper which published every Tuesday. It’s published and distributed in Chiang Mai. It is the first English language newspaper in the region. The newspaper provides news that affects the residents in the North, information that affects the local community covering politics, business, and social events, which cannot be found in the Bangkok based English broadsheet newspapers.
Daily News is a Thai-language daily newspaper published in Bangkok and distributed nationwide. It has a circulation of 850,000 copies daily. Daily News was founded by Saeng Hetrakul and published its first issue on 24 June 1950, when it was called Daily Mail Wan Chan. Saeng bought a defunct newspaper, the Bangkok Daily Mail, a Thai-language newspaper which started publication in 1908 and ceased publication in 1932. The Daily News was shut down after Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat staged a coup d’état in 1957. It resumed publication in 1964. It is one of the oldest Thai-language newspapers that are still in publication, with a history of more than 60 years.
Khaosod is a Thai daily newspaper with national circulation. Founded on April 9th, 1991, Khaosod is the youngest newsprint of Matichon Publishing Group which also operates two other daily news publications: Matichon and Prachachat. Khao Sod is more “mass-oriented” and “upcountry-focused” in style than its sister newspapers in the Matichon Group. Nevertheless, despite heavy features on crimes, local affairs, and entertainment like other major national newspapers (such as Thai Rath and Daily News), the newspaper also remains keen on political and social issues similar to its sister newspapers Matichon and Prachachat. Khao Sod first came to prominence in 1994 for its extensive coverage of the cover-up murders of a Thai gem dealer’s wife and her son. The newspaper receives the Best News Feature award from the Isra Amanantakul Foundation for its coverage of the incident.
Thai Post is a broadsheet, Thailand-language daily newspaper founded in 1996 and published in Bangkok, Thailand. It is one of the Thai-language dailies in Bangkok. It’s one of the most widely circulated newspapers in Thailand.
Thai Rath is a daily Thai language newspaper published in Bangkok and distributed nationwide. The paper is a broadsheet published with two sections. The first section is devoted to the news which includes stories on Thai politics, economy and society. The second section features coverage of sports and entertainment. Being incepted in 1950 makes Thai Rath as the fourth oldest newspaper in the country, and the third oldest newspaper in the native language, after Siam Rath (1949) and The Bangkok Recorder (1844).
The Thaiger is an online English, Thai and Vietnamese-language daily newspaper and resource for news, information, properties, lifestyle, restaurant reviews, Top Tens, travel info, free classifieds and the best property portal in the country, not to mention a world-class medical tourism booking platform and jobs portal in English and Thai. Daily news is short, to the point, sourced originally, mobile-first, accurate, timely and easy to find and read. The Thaiger added Vietnamese language news in September 2019 and will be adding more native language news services for the region soon.