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Top 5 fanciest restaurants in Bangkok
Thai Food / December 8th, 2016 11:23 pm
Top 5 fanciest restaurants in Bangkok

A city well versed in food and with a reputation for service, it’s no surprise how far Bangkok’s restaurant scene has come in the past 10 years. With an influx of quality cuisine and chefs from all over the world, the choice is broader than ever before and even local Thai food has been give a gourmet makeover so that now you can’t move for the shaved truffle foam, foie gras and deconstructed classics being lovingly arranged on plates all over town. And while the options are endless, there is a short list on which, in terms of both cuisine and ambience, the restaurants are hard to beat. 

New year’s celebrations around Thailand
Bangkok / November 29th, 2016 5:09 am
New year’s celebrations around Thailand

While the traditional Thai New Year is actually celebrated in April and the entire country shuts down for Songkran – a giant water-splashing three-day holiday, it’s not to say Thais don’t celebrate the Gregorian New Year as well. There are fun and elaborate parties all over the country on 31st December each year and January 1st is a national holiday because, as you know if you’ve spent any time here, Thai people know what they’re doing when it comes to a party. Here’s how it’s done in various hotspots:...
The best wine and whisky bars in Bangkok
Bangkok / October 1st, 2016 9:09 am
Scarlett Bar at Pullman Hotel G

It’s no secret Bangkok’s a great place to go out for a drink, and from the streetside bars to the high end hotel rooftops, you can find any tipple you’re after, served in anything from a bucket to a mason jar. In this week’s blog, we’re talking wine and whisky and offering a few of our favourite places for you to swirl, examine, sniff and quaff heartily. 
Ten of the best non-Thai restaurants in Thailand
Thai Food / August 18th, 2016 9:47 am
Ten of the best non-Thai restaurants in Thailand
We know, we know, and we agree with you - Thai food is the best in the world. It’s one of the most wonderful things about living here; that perfect blend of sweet, spicy, salty and bitter, balanced to an exact science. But you can’t appreciate perfection without having something to compare it to and a country that takes its food so seriously is a great place to do a little comparing. With a burgeoning culinary scene in Bangkok bringing in Michelin stars and award-winning chefs, the gourmet movement is making its way through the nation and we are excited to see delicious international food increasingly available all over Thailand. So, while Thai food has our hearts, here’s a round-up of restaurants across the kingdom, serving cuisine from elsewhere, that occasionally catch the attention of our stomachs.
Getting around in Thailand
Thailand Transport / July 19th, 2016 8:43 pm
Getting around in Thailand - Bangkok-Rail-Transit-Network

Once you look past the seemingly indecipherable timetables and routes, and after you take a deep breath and plunge into what seem like unbearably busy and bustling bus and train stations, Thailand is, as it turns out, really easy to get around. 

Everything is geared up for visitors. If you want to go somewhere, chances are, there‘s a service to take you there and they’ll make it as simple for you as possible. From combined bus and boat tickets to get you to your favourite island, to minivans waiting at the airport to whisk you into the city, you’ve no cause to panic. Here’s our lowdown on how to get around Thailand. 



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