Tha Maharaj Mall in Bangkok

Tha Maharaj is one of only a handful of shopping malls located in Bangkok’s historic Old City. Walking distance from many of the capital’s most famous sights such as Wat Pho and the Grand Palace, Tha Maharaj also benefits from an idyllic riverside location, with a good lineup of cafes, restaurants and bars taking advantage […]

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EAT ME RESTAURANT (BANGKOK)

This gallery and restaurant on Soi Convent in Silom lives up to its name by serving mouth-watering modern international food, good drinks and some very tasty desserts. The restaurant has been wowing the crowds for years which is no mean feat given Bangkok’s fickle dining scene and even fickler diners. Things are kept things fresh […]

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All Day Tattoo (Bangkok)

If your into Inking and are looking into getting a Tattoo done whilst in Bangkok there are a number of professional, safe and hygienic shops to go to on Sukhumvit Road. From experience, the one I have found to be the best so far is “All Day Tattoo”. From the moment you walk in their […]

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Karon Beach (Phuket)

Karon Beach features the third-longest beach on Phuket Island. Located on the west coast, between Patong to the north and Kata to the south, Karon Beach is the one of the most popular holiday destinations in Phuket. The beach itself has excellent snorkelling (and even diving) spots at its southern end and is wide enough […]

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Glow Nightclub (Bangkok)

Glow Nightclub in Bangkok is a party venue with a strictly underground dance music policy that is constantly rocking to bass-heavy beats. Anyone wanting the most cutting-edge house music in the city should seek out this dark, loud, diminutive club. Bangkok is rightly regarded as one of the world’s most vibrant party metropolises with world-class […]

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The Water Library Restaurant (Bangkok)

The Water Library restaurant at Chamchuri has been one of the top spots in Bangkok’s fine-dining since opening six years ago. Not only has the brand survived this modest test of time (along with the stigma of being located in a shopping mall) but they’ve also gone on to open up half a dozen other […]

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Meditation & courses in Thailand

Buddhism was introduced into Thailand from Sri Lanka, and currently nearly 95% of the population is Buddhist. Theravada is the predominent school, though beliefs are often mixed with folk religions. Mahayana Buddhism is also practiced in Thailand, though it is mostly confined to Thais of Chinese ancestry. Since the 1960s, many foreigners have trained at monasteries in Thailand, and […]

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Blue Elephant Restaurant (Bangkok)

A trip to the famous Thai Food Restaurant – Blue Elephant in Bangkok is about so much more than the food. It’s an immersive experience that allows you to time travel and enjoy the best of Thailand, from excellent service to the beautiful surroundings. Set up in 1980, with the impressive Chef Nooror at the […]

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K Village (Sukhumvit)

K Village is a modern-looking mall featuring some 100 air-conditioned shops in its five zones, including Fashion & Accessories, Café & Restaurants, Health & Beauty, Lifestyle & Technology and Gourmet Market. The main highlight, though, is dining, and the place is often packed at weekends. This new-generation lifestyle mall, frequented by local celebrities as well […]

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Things to see Chiang Mai

Below is a list of popular attractions to visit whilst in Chiang Mai: Bua Tong Waterfalls, (Travel north from Chiang Mai up Route 1001 approximately 50 to 60km), +66 94 740 2294. Vary. Located in the Sri Lanna National Park, this unique destination is often not listed in any of the major guide books, and tends to be […]

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