A consular outreach in Hatyai has been scheduled by the Philippine Embassy in Thailand on February 24, 9:00am to 5:00pm, at the 16th floor of Ploy Pailin Room, Siam Center Hotel, 23-35 Niphat-utit 2 road, Hatyai, Songkla, 90110, as detailed on their Facebook post. The embassy in inviting all its constituents to avail of the… Read more »
Southeast Asia’s biggest IKEA store will not be in Johor Bahru, Malaysia anymore. The newest addition to the Swedish mega furniture store will be opening on March 15 in Nonthaburi Bang Yai district, and is believed to be the largest in the Pacific sub-region. This announcement comes after the construction of the newest installment last… Read more »
Makakaharap ng Tanduay Alab Pilipinas ang 7’4’’ na higante at tubong Malta na si Samuel Deguara.
The Lelux Hospital in Bangkok has caused quite a stir online worldwide after it had released pictures of a client undergoing “groin whitening procedure.” For a price of 650 USD (approx. 20,900 baht) for 5 sessions, men can now have a whiter private area. The said clinic had drawn over 100 men a month for… Read more »
If you think learning Philippine geography is difficult, well, this foreigner might challenge your capacity. Amara Sims’ video on “OFW Si Bess” has garnered over 2,500 likes, 1,189 comments and over 52,000 views. Sims works as a missionary English teacher at Bangkok Adventist International School. Her mom is a Filipina but she grew up… Read more »
The Philippine Queen of All Media, Kris Aquino, who has also been dominating the Youtube space recently, was not spared by the honesty and kindness of a Thai while vacationing in Hong Kong, New Year 2018. While Aquino was in Hong Kong together with sons Josh and Bimby, Aquino revealed that she left her wallet… Read more »
Thailand-based and PinoyThaiyo contributor Eunice Barbara C. Novio, won the Best Feature Story for her article “Lensman helping to reunite left-behind Amerasians with dads.”
Instagram is stepping up against wildlife cruelty with its latest update.
Around 200 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) from Qatar had the best surprise of their lives as President Rodrigo Duterte himself welcomed these “modern day heroes” at the Clark International Airport.
Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Tuesday that the members of the cabinet have considered the opening of the royal crematorium for another month.