eMagazine by TAT Los Angeles – December 2013 (Vol. 2 No.12)

River Kwai Bridge Week

River Kwai Bridge Week

This event takes you going back in time to World War II through the River Kwai Bridge built by Allied prisoners-of-war. This bridge was the part of the ‘Death Railway’ that spanned the River Kwai connecting Thailand and Myanmar, costing thousands of  lives of prisoners and local laborers supervised by Japanese troops. This event features a remembrance...

New Year Countdown 2013-2014

New Year Countdown 2013-2014

The biggest and most famous countdown festival in Bangkok happens at Central World. The participants can experience spectacular light and sound shows and live on-stage performances by popular local artists in front of Central World Square. Also, they can enjoy the beer garden, lucky draws and countdown with other countries around the world on large-screen...

Celebrate Chinese New Year

Celebrate Chinese New Year

 Chinese New Year is widely celebrated in Chinatown on Yaowarat Road, one of the most famous roads in Bangkok often referred to as the Golden Road and the Land of the Siamese Dragon. Visitors experience the strong connection between Thai and Chinese communities through the magnificent cultural performances that show the deep roots of Chinese culture in...