Published: Apr 18, 2022
Inspired by Thai rapper Danupha "Milli" Khanatheerakul's mouth-watering performance, the Department of Cultural Promotion says it will push for mango sticky rice to be listed as Unesco intangible cultural heritage.
Published: Feb 23, 2022
A road map is being implemented to ensure Phetchaburi province will remain in the Unesco’s Creative Cities Network of Gastronomy, the Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration (Public Organisation) said.
Published: Dec 23, 2021
The Culture Ministry aims to ask Unesco to list Thai cannabis as an "intangible cultural heritage" as people from all regions use it like a herb while the Thai breed has become popular abroad, Dr Kwanchai Wisitthanon, deputy director-general of the Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine, said on Thursday.
Published: Dec 19, 2021
Songket, known as "Ratu Kain" in Malay weaving, once again has made history when it was listed under Unescos (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity at the 16th Session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Published: Dec 16, 2021
Nora – a form of traditional, folk performing art popular in southern Thailand – is expected to win Unesco’s Intangible Cultural Heritage for Humanity honour on Thursday, the Department of Cultural Promotion announced on its Facebook page.
Published: Dec 08, 2021
Nora, a form of traditional, folk performing art popular in the South of Thailand, is expected to win Unesco’s Intangible Cultural Heritage for Humanity honour on December 16, the Department of Cultural Promotion said.
Published: Nov 17, 2021
A Cabinet meeting on Tuesday has approved the move to propose six national parks and one mangrove forest along the Andaman Sea as world heritage sites to the World Heritage Centre of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco), said deputy government spokeswoman Traisulee Traisoranakul on Tuesday.
Published: Nov 12, 2021
Thailand’s Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration (Dasta) has started working on a five-year roadmap to turn Phetchaburi province into a tourism destination after it was included in the Unesco Creative Cities Network this year.