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    Lifestyle Curators for Thailand + Southeast Asia

    November 2014

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    The longest-running wine event in the kingdom honored Thailand’s best sommeliers, and showcased 300 wines currently available on the market. More than 600 wine connoisseurs attended the seventh Bangkok Grand Wine Tasting event recently held in the Grand Ballroom at the

    A year after its first branch opened in the capital, the health-conscious international food chain Dressed already has three outlets in town … and with more to follow. by Percy Roxas. Bangkok must be becoming a city of healthy eaters. Otherwise, how

    A new location for an acclaimed staple. by Thomas Sturrock. Given Bo.Lan (24 Soi Sukhumvit 53, Bangkok; 02 260 2962; had so successfully carved out a niche for itself in Phrom Phong, it may have been risky to pull up stumps

    Bangkok’s largest inner-city restaurant is big in every detail, including reputation. Richard Mcleish heads to the Seafood Market & Restaurant to see if it can meet expectations and deliver on its iconic signage’s promise. by Richard Mcleish. Mention the phrase “If it

    A mini guide to the streets and alleyways of Banglamphu. By Dave Stamboulis. While Khao San Road may be legendary among visitors to Thailand, it is pretty squarely aimed at the foreign backpacking crowd, and the strip itself doesn’t offer much in

    A unique experience can be the most satisfying gift of all. Consider these highlights found in Thailand. by Thomas Sturrock. Cook Up a Storm What better place to master the art of Thai cooking? World-renowned Thai chef Ian Kittichai (main image) recently opened

    Thailand produces everything from tiny trinkets to exquisite fabrics. Take home one of these traditional products as gifts and, with them, a small part of the Kingdom’s finest. by Rachel Ross. Stumbling across rare antiques in local markets, discovering the perfect presents

    Dilhan Fernando, son of the founder of Dilmah tea, talks about the Dilmah Real High Tea Challenge, recently held in Thailand, and how we should be drinking tea. by Anita Zaror. Once again, Bangkok was the chosen destination to host an international

    Rodrigo Aljaro – 31, Chile. Marketing manager at Undurraga Vineyard, Chile My favorite place: Koh Phi Phi Bring there: Mosquito repellent. Must-do: Scuba dive by day, party at night. Don’t do: Drink one of those infamous buckets. You don’t know what you’ll get … except a

    James Syhabout – 35, Ubon Ratchathani. Chef-owner at one Michelin-starred Commis restaurant, Oakland, U.S. My favorite place: Bangkok Bring there: Your best pair of walking shoes. Walking is the best way to get to know the city. Must-do: Eat everything and anything. Eat at street food carts

    Congratulations to New Minister of Tourism and Sports Yuwadee Chirathivat (3rd from right), chief executive officer of Central Department Store Co. Ltd.—on behalf of the management of the Central Group of Companies and the Centara Hotels & Resorts—presents a flower

    Located just a stone’s throw away from the national park, ESCAPE Khao Yai offers a functional stay in a natural environment. by Anita Zaror. It always amazes me when I drive outside of Bangkok for a couple of hours, and I

    Escape Hunt 399 Sukhumvit Road, Interchange (Citibank) Tower, Unit C, B2 Level; 02 611 2828; Escape Hunts takes you back 100 years in time to play the part of a famous London detective who has to solve mysteries set in Bangkok.

    Visionaries and Thai–French teams of winemakers have contributed to create this proud Thai wine-producing valley. by Laurence Civil. Traditionally wine grapes are grown between the 30th and 50th parallels in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres. Thailand pioneered New Latitude of Wine