Widget Image
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna

Sorry, no posts matched your criteria.

Sign up to receive FREE hot deals & updates

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Lifestyle Curators for Thailand + Southeast Asia

    August 2014

      /    /  August

    Mixo Sofitel So Bangkok What: Celebrate and chill at MIXO bar, located on 9th floor of Sofitel So Bangkok with an amazing view overlooking Bangkok’s skyline and Lumpini Park. Enjoy buy 1 get 1 free from the cocktail lists, while special

    Gourmet International and Seafood Buffets at Orchid Café What: The lunch and dinner gourmet buffets include a wide selection of Italian antipasti and pasta dishes, fresh seafood, authentic Thai cuisine, Japanese sushi, sashimi and tempura, exotic Indian dishes, Middle Eastern

    A new concept in Bangkok that you will love. by Richard Mcleish Restaurants the world over are thinking outside the box to bring innovations to discerning diners, reaching levels of creativity previously unseen in cuisine. From food trucks to foraged food menus,

    The Silom area is finally starting to reach its foodie potential, but its status as a dining destination has been secured with the arrival of chef Ian Kittichai and Namsaah. by Richard Mcleish Opening recently to much fanfare and hype in Silom

    A look into Boon Rawd Brewery’s history and most famous beer brands, Singha and Leo. by Laurence Civil Boon Rawd Brewery, which produces Singha and Leo beers, was founded by Boonrawd Srethabutra. He started dabbling in the logging business and acted as

    Celebrating seven years of professional culinary education services LCBD is a Joint Venture between Le Cordon Bleu International and Dusit International. They opened in July 2007 and have trained more than 3,000 graduates – in their core programs: French Cuisine, French

    Partnership Established Between The Oasis Spa and Srinakharinwirot University The Oasis Spa Thailand and Srinakharinwirot University’s Faculty of Social Science has established a partnership to provide training for students. Dr. Cholvit Jearajit, dean of the school of Business and Tourism, and

    Whether you want to fill your stomach or fill your shopping bag, Asia’s king of retail knows how to keep its loyal subjects happy. by Duncan Forgan Other Asian cities such as Singapore and Hong Kong occasionally lay claim to its retail

    Pairing these two hedonist pleasures is an art that Lookeast can help you master. by Richard Gotz Have you already discovered how much better your favorite cigar tastes when you smoke it while sipping a good single malt whisky? While cognac, wine, and

    Hilton Pattaya Earns Thailand Accessible Tourism Awards 2013 Hilton Pattaya received the 2013 Thailand Accessible Tourism Awards certified by Department of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism and Sports of Thailand. The award was presented to hotels that exemplify a high standard of

    Located between the Malaysian islands and Borneo, Brunei attracts tourists to its natural reserves and modern city life, where the golden dome of Omar Ali Saifuddien’s mosque shines as brightly as its affluent economy. by Chris Mayya My most memorable moment in

    Must-sees! Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) (2 Sanamchai Road, Grand Palace Subdistrict, Bangkok; 02 226 0335; The Temple of the Reclining Buddha, or Wat Pho, is undoubtedly one of the largest and oldest temples in Bangkok. It is mostly famous

    Islands are part of what makes Thailand such a beloved touristic destination. Get to know Lookeast’s picks for the best islands in the country. New and Upcoming Islands Koh Phayam: If you’re seeking a peaceful island away from human interaction, Koh Phayam

    Koi’s Taste of Summer What: Designed with refreshing, smooth, and cooling flavors in mind, Koi has created a five-course dining set with imported sashimi of tuna, lobster bisque, organic salad with Californian raspberries, New Zealand grass fed rib eye beef, and

    The history of the most delicate of boats: royal barges. by Harold Stephens For nearly 700 years, royal barges have been plying the waterways of Thailand in ceremonies both religious and political. And twice they almost disappeared forever: once when the Burmese