Bar Specials – January 2014
There are three special events of bars for this January, they are Beer Festival at Two Forty Eight Café & Bar, Don’t Wine, Just Drink, and Drinks of the Month.
Cellar 11 would like to wish you all a prosperous, wealthy, healthy, lucky Chinese New Year 2014.
To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Cellar 11 is pleased to offer the 2 steps Special Promotion: 1st Step Get free Gift Voucher valued 1,000 baht for every 5,000 baht spent. (For example, if the bill is 5,000 baht gets
Digital marketing seminar held at Centara Grand Ladprao
Andre Brulhart, general manager of Centara Grand - Ladprao Bangkok, welcomed Adilfittree Praprugsutjarreat, managing director of Creative Online Co., Ltd.; and Thamanoon Vechvittayakhlung, general manager of Nippon Sysits Co., Ltd., with a bouquet upon their arrival at the Centara Grand
Wine Tasting: A Folk Art
As easy as looking, smelling, toasting, and drinking. Or so, a popular, expression suggests. By Mariana Martinez In Spain there is a very popular expression often sung loudly while wine glasses swirl and are raised at the centers of tables in a
Dining Specials – January 2014
In this January, There are many special restaurants for dinner in the special festival.
Come enjoy candy-pink cocktails and white chocolate margarita with a 360-degree view at Anantara newest bar. By Alisa Hubert The night below is a hectic blur of rushing traffic and bustling activity. But 40 floors above it all at Zoom Sky Bar
Special Valentine Dining Journeys at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa
Honouring the most romantic day of the year, Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa presents three sensual dining experiences on Friday 14th February 2014. Share the ultimate Valentine’s Day occasion with someone special in a tropical waterfront oasis, by
Undressing Bangkok Newest Salad Bar
Dressed, the newest salad bar concept brought to Thailand directly from the US, is changing the way we eat greens in the capital. By Laurence Civil Dressed is a salad bar concept brought to Bangkok by Lookeast’s publisher, Sid Sehgal, in partnership
More Than Meets The Hipster Eye
Moose head decorating the bar, fruity cocktails and beers paired with Thai food, kitschy statues, and Jazz music, all give Moose Bangkok Bar Unique face. By Emmi Laine Quirky, retro-chic, hipster. These words can easily define Moose Bangkok Bar (●24 Ekkamai Soi
Skurfboarding The Waves
Known today as wake boarding, this surface water sport is practiced all over the world, and it's becoming increasingly popular in Thailand. By Jimmy Jacquet Wakeboarding first appeared in the mid 1980s in New Zealand—and was made popular in the U.S.—with the
Spa Offers – January 2014
Here are the spa offers for this January, with attractive deals from Ambassador Hotel Bangkok, Oasis Spa, and Omroom Bangkok.
“The Royal Father in Our Hearts”
O.P. Place, Bangkok December 14 to January 4. What: To commemorate His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 86th birthday, O.P. Place decided to host an exhibition entitled “The Royal Father in Our Hearts”, showcasing the finest works by more than 20 renowned
A Classic Car Dream: Hua Hin
The 11th edition of the Hua Hin Automobile Concours is a weekend of luxury, philanthropy, and of course, cars. By Marianna Dietrich Bathed in the soft pink light of the sunset and aided by the warm ocean breeze and melodious strum of
Markets have existed since 6,000 BC. Back in those days, people would exchange food for weapons. Tea for spices. Salt, silk, perfumes, animal skin, crafts, wheat, and many more items were traded for anything you could possibly imagine. Even when
“People Don’t Want to Have Thick, Creamy Sauce Anymore”
The new executive chef at the Siam arrived to Bangkok with the invention to take the hotel's restaurants to the top world's chart. By Anita Zaror Yes, she’s a woman. In a position usually held by men. But hailing from Cairns, Australia,
“I Discovered The Fondness for Eating Bee Pupae”
Food critic Ton Parker Bowles talks to Gabrielle Fagan about facing up to plates of insects, his enduring love of his mom's roast chicken, and how he hopes to teach his children-and the nation's students-about the joys of cooking. By Gabrielle
Whether you are into street food, you prefer to eat with three pieces of silverware on each side of the plate, or you think chocolate counts as salad because it comes from a tree, in the words of Virginia Woolf:
Travel Deals – January 2014
There are hotel deals for this January in Bangkok and Phuket. They are from Hotel Windsor Suites Bangkok, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Hua Chang Heritage Hotel Bangkok, and Le Méridien Khao Lak Beach & Spa Resort.
Travel News – January 2014
Here is the information about things related travel both in Thailand and foreign countries.
Savor The Flavour of Bangkok, and Recharge in Phang Nga
Dean Kelly Jr., Head of Event a Ku Dé Ta Bangkok, Gave us the inside scoop on his favorite sports to eat in the city and his preferred destination for both adventure travel and spiritual recovery. By Marianna Dietrich As head of
Four Magical Days Touring Bangkok and Ayutthaya
Oscar Rivas is from Salamanca. Covadonga Miguel, from Toledo. They met on a dating website at Spain, and they recently got married. Here is what they did on their honeymoon in Bangkok and Ayutthaya.
“No Government Can Disregard The Power of Tourism.”
Career TAT officer rises up through the ranks to assume top post and says the industry will ride out the storm. By Imtiaz Muqbil The new governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), Thawatchai Arunyik, takes over at a time of
A New Award for Asia
The Escap-Sasakawa Award will recognise efforts of companies to create jobs for millions of people with disabilities. By Imtiaz Muqbil The Bangkok-based United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) has launched a new award designed to recognize
There’s More to Champagne than Bubbles
Like so many places in France, Bar-sur-Aube is a repository of the past. But it’s also a hub for biking, hiking, cultural, and wine tours of the surrounding region. by Karen Schur-Narula, from Bar-sur-Aube. Two hours and four minutes from Paris’s Gare