Traditional Thai House: Ruen Kaew

This traditional Thai house, Ruen Kaew, is a kind of “Reun Thai Moo Jed” which means there are seven houses all-in-one, including a pavilion and sitting room at the ascent built according to the traditional Thai house plan. Other than that, there are ‘Hor-Ree’ a left-right house, ‘Hor-Klang’ a central tower, ‘Hor-Kwang’ a large house with a canopy, a Buddha hall, and a household.

The designer intends to represent as exactly as possible the authenticity of a Thai house according to the original poetry, such as the style of doors and windows with upper-lower sills, inward openings, or wood gable end, which, if observed, will find that antiques will not be as sharp as modern ones.

In the past, a house that was covered with clay tiles was considered the house of a wealthy baron. Most often, if it’s a typical house, you can see from historical photos that it’s a separate structure with no awning surrounding it and a roof covered in strips of nipa leaves or cogon grass.

Inside the building, there are numerous interesting elements such as the Hu Chang Gate – the entrance to the house, the sun gable – the central tower, the octagonal window – the Buddha hall, etc.

Due to its use for filming, the house, therefore, conserves the budget by using a diverse range of woods mixed together, such as Teak, Shorea, and Takhian wood. Making the colors combine wonderfully with this range of wood kinds is challenging, but our painters can achieve it flawlessly by dying it to resemble a golden teak house.

Thailand Board of Investment (BOI), visited The Studio Park in Samut Prakan

Mr. Narit Therdsteerasukdi, Deputy Secretary General of the Thailand Board of Investment (BOI), visited the Studio Park in Samut Prakan.

September 2, 2022 – Mr. Narit Therdsteerasukdi, Deputy Secretary General of the Thailand Board of Investment (BOI), together with Mr. Narucha Ruchuphan, Senior Executive Investment Advisor, and a team from the Creative Economy Agency, visited The Studio Park in Samut Prakan, where they were welcomed by Mr. Chayanont Ulit, CEO. The two sides discussed about the creative industries’ outlook and the development of Thailand’s soft power.
The Studio Park is the largest and most advance film studio in Thailand, with an area of more than 200 rai at Bang Bo, Samut Prakan, which required total investment of over 4 billion baht, and was granted investment promotion benefits by the BOI.

The 5th Innovative International Film Festival (IIFF) during 6 – 9 October 2022 in Bengaluru

The Royal Thai Consulate-General in Chennai sent 3 films to be screened at the 5th Innovative International Film Festival (IIFF) during 6 – 9 October 2022 in Bengaluru, Karnataka, namely: (1) Love Destiny: The Movie; (2) Fast & Feel Love; and (3) Come and See. By the Consulate General: Congratulations go out to “Love Destiny: The Movie” for being chosen by the event’s planning committee as the Best Asian Film Award winner out of 150 films from 40 different nations.

On October 8, 2022, Mr. Nithiruj Poneprasert, Consul-General, together with representatives of the TAT in Mumbai and Matching Maximize Solutions Public Company Limited from Thailand, attended the B2B meeting networking session to present information about filming opportunities in Thailand to Indian film directors and key players in Indian film production and invite them to film in Thailand as well.