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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Chiang Mai Temples

There are more than 300 temples in Chiang Mai and its outskirts, with a dozen stand-outs of historical or architectural significance within walking distance of each other. Buddhist temples in Chiang Mai exhibit a mixture of Lanna Thai, Burmese, Sri Lankan and Mon architectural styles that reflect the varied heritage of Northern Thailand. Though certain […]

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The Issaya Siamese Club Restaurant

The Issaya Siamese Club is a charming Thai restaurant so well hidden on a small street near Rama IV Road, even with a map it’s not easy to find. Standing proudly in the middle of a luscious green garden, this 100-years-old house with its wooden verandah and old fashioned staircase instantly sets a romantic mood, […]

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Nahm Restaurant (Bangkok)

Nahm Restaurant is consistently ranked among the finest restaurants in the world, and with a Michelin star chef at the helm, Nahm serves Thai cuisine prepared according to ancient recipes with a focus on how the flavours and textures of premium quality ingredients interact together. Whether you are a longstanding visitor to Bangkok or it […]

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Bangkok Hangover Tour

Looking for a nightlife tour? The Hangover Tour is highly recommended. Its safe, great fun and allows you a chance to take lots of pictures you would not normally be allowed to do. We would recommend the tour to Anyone.Join Bangkok’s No.1 nightlife tour – The Bangkok Hangover – they cover all 3 of Bangkok’s […]

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360 bar at Millennium Hilton (Bangkok)

The 360 bar at Millennium Hilton is my point of view possibly one of the best rooftop bars in Bangkok but surprisingly one of the least known about. 31 floors might not be as high as some famous buildings in the city, but what the Hilton lacks in stature, it more than makes up with a […]

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Jim Thompson Outlet Shop

Jim Thompson is famous for reviving the silk industry for the international market but if you have ever been to the small shop near his house and museum you may have been disappointed by the cost of the goods there. Thankfully the Jim Thomspon Factory Outlet is on hand so you can take home plenty […]

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72 Courtyard (Bangkok)

72 Courtyard is a collection of very high level bars, restaurants and cafes. Built over two levels around a central plaza, each venue has been handpicked from around the world for being at the top of their respective game. Throw in one of Bangkok’s best techno clubs and you have a full night out wrapped up […]

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Bangkok Night Shows

Bangkok has a wide range of performing arts and entertainment, from the traditional ‘Khon’ (classical masked dance) and ‘Likay’ (Thai folk dance), to the glitz and glam of world-famous ladyboy shows – and even international Broadway productions. Bangkok has also played host to many big names in the entertainment business; the likes of concert pianists […]

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