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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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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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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Bang Saen Beach

Bang Saen is a town that is famous throughout Thailand. It is the closest pleasant beach getaway spot from Bangkok as well as any provinces north of Chonburi. Most visitors typically come from provinces to the north and northeast of Chonburi. It is much closer, cheaper and is less hassle than Hua Hin’s beaches or […]

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T & K Restaurant – China Town

Serving delicious seafood, T & K restaurant (Toy and Kid are the names of the two brothers who own the place) on Yaowarat road is busy as a bee every single evening, come rain or shine. Just like many other popular restaurants in the area, it’s not about fancy design and glamorous decor, but about […]

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Thai Street Food

Sukhumvit – Although this area (named after the traffic-packed road that runs through it) is now an upscale neighbourhood full of expats, Starbucks and sushi bars, Sukhumvit still bears testament to the fact that, wherever money is, good food of all types will follow. Of all the chicken noodle vendors in Bangkok, Guaythiew Pik Gai Sainampung […]

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Thai Street Food

Video showing typical Thai street food on Sukhumvit Road. Also shows the making of the famous spicy dish Somtam!

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