Looking for a Bangkok cafe with decent coffee and free wifi? Chieng Fa website is making a good job of reviewing new arrivals on the Bangkok coffee scene for you to get wired both ways.
Bangkok is renown as a foodie paradise, and BK Magazine has heroically produced a century of great dishes to eat when in Bangkok – and not all of them are Thai.
Bangkok is an undisputed gourmet destination for Thai food and pretty much every other cuisine you can name. But the best food is not always to be found in Bangkok’s finest restaurants…
Jim Thompson became famous for reviving the Thai silk industry and living in a traditional Thai teak wood house filled with exquisite antiquities. Jim Thompson’s House is now one of Bangkok’s premier tourist attractions, but the mystery of Thompson’s abrupt disappearance in Malaysia has never been solved
If you want to experience an otherworldly taste of Thailand culture within beautifully restored traditionial Thai teak houses, the two restaurants, bar and spa of Face are definitely worth investigating
Think Thailand Wines aren’t worth trying? Think again. There is a growing market of good quality Thai wines becoming available, and if you’re in Thailand on holiday, they’ll be amongst the cheapest – and best – you can buy
An oasis of calm on busy Asoke Road, Bitter Brown cafe has excellent coffee and food to match in a comfortable contemporary Thai setting
One of Bangkok’s boutique hotels with a stunning riverside view of the Temple Of The Dawn, Arun Residence also boasts an excellent open air restaurant where you can soak up the ambience
Bangkok has a vast array of restaurants, but finding the best ones can be hard work. BK Magazine, the city’s weekly what’s on magazine, has an excellent up-to-date online collection of its restaurant reviews to help you choose.
The Three Sixty Bar at the Bangkok Millennium Hilton provides a genuinely spectacular in-the-round vista of Bangkok’s skyline from the banks of the Chao Phraya river
I should buy shares in this place – it’s like my second home. While I was never a big fan of Irish pubs back in England, with all that fiddley diddly musical nonsense and obviously fake authentic Irish tat piled up in the corners (probably made in industrial quantities in China), the Dubliner brings a […]
Easily my favourite restaurant in Bangkok, Crepes And Co is something of an institution. It recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, and I’d guess the restaurant’s success is due to one thing – consistency.
If you’re craving a sweet treat in Bangkok when you’re tired from shopping, be sure to head for the contemporary cafe haven that is Chocoholic
See all of Bangkok beneath you as the sun goes down at Vertigo, the highest open air bar and restaurant in all of Asia Pacific