Have you ever tried the Mung Ming treatment? It is a technique of removing facial hair, pimples and blemishes with threads, the Chinese way. It might hurt a little but the result is a smoother and clearer appearance, according to Mung Ming practitioners who ply their service along the streets of Bangkok's China Town. (Video by Chumporn Sangvilert)
Superficies is the right to construct a building on the land. It can be granted for 30 years, and can be inherited by your children.
Long ago, some Chinese came to settle in Ratchaburi. They brought pottery skills with them and made 'dragon' jars, or earthern water barrels. What was once a common household item is now a vintage curiosity, but the locals in Ratchaburi are trying to keep the tradition alive. (Video by Jetjaras Na Ranong)
We take you to Talat Rot Fai, which literally means 'train market' in English. Located on Srinakarin Road, it is one of Bangkok's famous open-air night bazaars, selling vintage collectibles, memorabilia from yesteryear, trendy clothing and shoes, toys, souvenirs, homeware and lots more.
Learn the tips to hire and bargain the fee for a tuk-tuk ride - Thailand's best known and most colourful mode of taxi service.