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Mar 20. 2019
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Commemorative stamp to be released Thailand Post is using the glass foil technique to print a commemorative stamp of His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodinradebayavarangkun, which will be released on May 4, the first day of the King’s coronation ceremony.

Three million stamps printed on 300,000 sheets, will show King Rama X in full military uniform with his embossed signature and the grand palace on the background, the same design as for King Rama IX’s coronation ceremony in 1950.

The stamps can be reserved before March 29 at Thailand Post and at

For more information, call the THP Contact Centre at 1545.

New movie house opens

SF Cinema celebrates its new branch at Cosmo Bazaar in Muang Thong Thani with a promotion and prizes to be won from today until April 30. 

Receive a 50-per-cent discount when applying for membership of the SF Movie Club and get the chance to win a Yamaha GT125 motorcycle in the lucky draw.

Find out more at the new Cosmo branch. 

Learning with sculptures

Self–reflection is the theme of cultural exchange exhibition “Tian Tian Xiang Shang: Arts is Learning Learning is Arts” showing at the Main Gallery on the eighth floor of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre from now until April 12.

It showcases almost 200 Tian Tian figurine creations by artists of various disciplines from Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and Canada, as well as Thailand’s own Patravadi Mejudhon, Dow Wasiksiri, Pratarn Teeratada, Pichet Klunchun, Twitee Vajrabhaya Teparkum, Nakrob Moonmanas and Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal.

Legends discovered

Take the kids to Legend Siam in Pattaya this school holiday and allows them to learn about Thailand through arts, culture, traditions, beliefs, way of life, plays, dances, products and food

The theme park is divided into three zones: “Siam Vilize”, which focuses on civilisation from the early Rattanakosin era; “Thai Araya Experience”, which fetes Thai culture and festivities like temple fairs; and “Bhumi Paen Din Siam” with its many legendary stories.

Tickets are available at Thai Ticket Major counters, by calling (02) 262 3456 and online at

Discovering Seoul with BTS

The honorary ambassador of Seoul, global boy band BTS is now featured on the Discover Seoul Pass – a 24-hour pass priced KRW39,900 (Bt1,120) with free admission to 35 attractions and discounts on entry to a further 29.

The Discover Seoul Pass BTS Edition, including a photo postcard with all the members of BTS and an English tourist map, can be purchased at the Myeongdong Tourist Information Centre or online at and


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