Bar Specials – February 2014
Here are this month's bar specials in Bangkok at Grand Millennium Sukhumvit, The Ascott Sathorn, Hotel Muse, The Landmark, Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, and Aloft Hotel.
An Urban Oasis
Ocean Bangkok brings the stylish concept of an urban resort to the crowded heart of Bangkok. by Federico Brandi Bangkok can get overwhelming from time to time, and when you feel like getting out but don’t have the time to travel outside
Wine & Dine in Bistro Style
With Bistro Cuisine to complement it more than 1,000 wines, Cellar 11 offer unusual vintage rom equally unusual origins.Order a bottle, a glass, or taste just a sip for THB 50. by Laurence Civil Ahidden gem that pours what is possibly Bangkok’s
Dining Specials – February 2014
Here are some great dining deals in Bangkok during February.
Walk and Chill on A Hip Rooftop at Pratunam
Cantara Watergate Pavillion Hotel Bangkok's new addition to a city's nightlife: Chili Hip Restaurant and Walk Bar. by Federico Brandi If you are familiar with the Pratunam district, you know that it is a paradise for shopaholics and a nightmare in terms
New York State of Mind
Have breakfast, lunch, dinner or brunch at Tribeca Restobar's all-day dining featuring treats that range from a granola and yoghurt parfait to bacon-infused old to fashioneds. by Richard Mcleish It was just 12 months ago that the brunch-scape of Bangkok lay
Exploring Thailand on Two Human-Powered Wheels
Whether it is to ride through the city or to travel from one city to the next, cycling has become a preferred means of transportation in Thailand among locals and tourist alike. by Jimmy Jacquet The Tour de France celebrated its 100th
Spa Offers – February 2014
There are special spas to make you relax in your private time from Omroom Plearnchit, AKA Holistic Wellness, Mama’s Secret Ekamai, Banyan Tree Bangkok Hotel Sathorn, and The Spa Ambassador Hotel Bangkok.
Bangkok’s Cosmopolitan Contemporary Art Scene
Whether you always visit a contemporary art gallery as part of your travels, are an avid collector, or if even your relationship with art is more that of the memory of the Picassos you drew on your home’s walls when
Shop Till You Drop!
Here are interesting things for shopping in Thailand, there are bag, accessories, jewellery, and food that available at the popular department store or some important roadside.
Artist and architects have used squares, triangles, rectangles, circles, and other geometrical shapes from Babilonian time till today. Used in construction, navigation, and surveying by Babylonians and Egyptians, and then passed on to the Greeks, geometry started as a collection of
Cooking Is All About Finding the Enjoyable Balance among Flavors and Textures
Recently named “Veuve Clicquot Asia’s Best Female Chef for 2014,” the Taiwanese chef will receive her award at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants in Singapore on February 24. by Coco Lavender Lanshu Chen’s parents must be very proud. The Taiwanese-born chef of Le Moût
Outlook of the Real Estate scenario in Bangkok
Where Bangkok stands A new wave of supply for 2014 and 2015 and a weakened economy exasperated by the political turmoil are two characteristics. by James Pitchon, CBRE Thailand When it comes to the condominium market in Bangkok, the prime downtown areas are
My Favorite Place: Ubon Ratchathani
Exploring the abundant of an external province situated in Easternmost Thailand. By M.L. Poomchai Chumbala Looking east toward the People’s Democratic Republic of Laos, I can vaguely make out the graceful outline of the Kong mountain range, lying silent in a mystical
Hotel Deals – February 2014
Hotel deals from Villa Maroc Resort Pranburi and Sheraton Hua Hin Pranburi Villas in Prachuap Khirikhan, Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya, Le Méridien Khao Lak Beach & Spa Resort and Trisara in Phuket, GLOW Elixir Koh Yao Yai Resort,
Visit Thailand vs Living There
My husband and I first visited Thailand when we lived in China. Today we live in Bangkok, and we are loving it. By Constanza Hernandez We came to Thailand for the first time in 2010, when our son was 8 months old.
Fun Things To Do in Bangkok
Here are 5 of the numerous fun things to do in the city of angels, Bangkok. Shopping, river and canal tours are on the list along with being a famous London detective solving mysteries set in Bangkok.
Thailand: An Aviation Hub with A Difference
Tourism authority's coffee table book "Colours of the sky" a delight for bird watchers. by Imtiaz Muqbil Thailand is known as an aviation hub of Asia due to the huge number of airlines flying to and from Bangkok’s two international airports. Not
2013: The Most Successful in Thai Tourism History
Asia-Pacific country are key drivers of growth. by Imtiaz Muqbil The year 2013 was the most successful in the history of Thai tourism, with international visitor arrivals of 26,735,583, up 19.6 percent over 2012. Earnings from tourism also hit THB 1.17 trillion,
After The Tunnel… You Will See The Light
Up for navigating a 100-meter-long pitch-black tunnel in the sea? The reward will be a pristine jungle and white sand beach at one of Thailand's best hidden gems: Trang's Koh Mook and its emerald cave. by Dave Stamboulis While Thailand has many
Get Your Feet Wet
Dare to visit one of Thailand's lease toured regions to discover Ban Chiang UNESCO Archaeological site, a surreal sculpture garden, and the best of Isaan food at Udon Thani. by Dave Stamboulis Udon Thani often gets little more than a passing glance,
Vientiane – Mini Guide
Lao PDR's capital with its French heritage, offers historical sites, Cheap and good Lao massage and shopping and, of course, delicious French food. City Facts Population: Approximately 800,000 Languages: Lao (official), French, English, other ethnic languages Time: UTC+7 Currency: Lao Kip; USD 1 =
Vientiane, Mon Amour
Falling in love experience traditional Laotian Temples, Beaux-Art Buildings, and Gallic Gastronomy and wine in Laos's capital. by Anita Zaror Bonjour! says a Frenchman pushing a baby stroller to a Laotian woman who’s coming out from Le Banneton with a freshly baked
Not Your Usual Valentine’s Day
This February 14, Thailand will cerebrate Makha Bucha day by making merit, mediating, and observing beautiful candlelit processions. by Marianna Dietrich While on this February 14—the first full moon of the year’s third month—the world will celebrate Valentine’s Day, Thailand will be