Bangkok Post: A tale of two canals
Date: 7 September 2017
A melting pot of Buddhist and Muslim cultures, Klong Phra Khanong and Klong Prawet Burirom are a beautiful mix of the natural and supernatural
Bangkok Post: What has happened to Khana Ratsadon’s architectural heritage?
Date: 25 June 2017
Eighty-five years after Khana Ratsadon staged a coup which ended Thailand’s absolute monarchy, its architectural heritage faces oblivion. Some buildings have been forgotten. Some have been demolished. Most are not protected by the law. Just like Khana Ratsadon’s controversial figures who have been given different accounts of their acts. Chatri Prakitnonthakan, associate professor at Silpakorn University’s Faculty of Architecture, a specialist in Khana Ratsadon’s architectural legacy, reviews their current status.
The Nation: A walk on the quiet side
Date: 15 March 2017
The Khlong San neighbourhood is full of historical treasure not found on any tourist map
The Nation: Memories of another day
Date: 8 March 2017
Despite the death of its founder Waraporn Suravadee, the Bangkok Folk Museum continues to offer a glimpse of life in Bangkok some 80 years ago