Best things to do in Chinatown

  • Posted on: June 20th, 2014

Chinatown BangkokKnown for its manic street scenes, tight alleyways, and chaotic shop signs, Bangkok’s Chinatown isn’t just about yummy restaurants and gold shops.   Best things to do in Chinatown

Best thing to do in Siam

  • Posted on: May 2nd, 2014

Things to do in SiamKnown for its amazing hotels and mega malls, Siam also has a lot of attractions to offer and you can quite easily pack out a day here without partaking in the art of shopping, or of course eating yourself silly in the many tasty restaurants and huge food courts the area has to offer. Best thing to do in Siam

Things to do in Bangkok’s Old City

  • Posted on: April 11th, 2014

Bangkok Old CityWhile many fun-hungry tourists are attracted to the modern skyline of Sathorn, the mega malls of Siam, and the amazing food and nightlife of Sukhumvit and Silom, over in Bangkok’s Old City you’ll find contrasting scenes of ancient temples, grand museums, art galleries, and in general a much slower pace of life. Things to do in Bangkok’s Old City

Escaping the city

  • Posted on: February 21st, 2014

Koh samet2Bangkok is an amazing city and there is no fear of running out of things to do or see, and, well, places to party! But, as with any big, bustling city, there is often the urge to leave for a day or two and experience a different pace of life. Fortunately Bangkok is also in the perfect position for a day trip or weekend getaway. Escaping the city

Christmas in Bangkok

  • Posted on: December 18th, 2013

xmas 6While Thailand is predominantly a Buddhist country Christmas in Bangkok is as festive as almost anywhere, with malls, restaurants, bars, and hotels decking their halls with bows of holly, tinsel, and decorations which range from bright and beautiful to totally bizarre (this is Thailand!), not to mention huge, extravagant Christmas trees and giant snow men in some of the city’s more popular spots. Christmas in Bangkok

5 favourite things to do in Chiang Mai

  • Posted on: July 4th, 2013

Chiang MaiEvery now and then we all crave an escape from the bright lights (and horrendous traffic) of our beloved Bangkok. While many choose to head to the equally bright lights of Pattaya, or the tropical beach resorts of Phuket, Krabi, and Samui, I’m don’t think I’m alone in longing for the cultured sites and activities of Chiang Mai.. 5 favourite things to do in Chiang Mai

Bangkok Night Shows

  • Posted on: June 6th, 2013

Calypso Cabaret BangkokBangkok nightlife isn’t just about gogos, beer bars, rooftop hangouts, live music venues, and trendy clubs, the diversity of Bangkok  culture is also reflected in the wide variety of night time entertainment available around the city.

For those looking for more of a cultural after dark experience Bangkok is home to a number of interesting night shows. From classic performing arts to ‘only in Thailand’ entertainment, here are some of our favourite Bangkok night shows: Bangkok Night Shows

Surfing in Bangkok, yes, wave surfing

  • Posted on: June 3rd, 2013

flow house bangkokEver wanted to learn how to surf? Well you don’t have to hit the highway and head to Hua Hin for your nearest Surf lesson, nor do you need to pray on good waves to catch a break, you can now just stroll up Sukhumvit road to soi 26, and to Flow House at the A-Square community mall. Surfing in Bangkok, yes, wave surfing

The temples of Bangkok

  • Posted on: May 13th, 2013

Bangkok TemplesIf you are going to do some serious sightseeing in Bangkok, and want to experience the best of Thai history and culture, then a great deal of your exploring will need to be based around the city’s temples. The temples of Bangkok are at the heart of what Thailand is all about, with awe-inspiring architecture and decor, much of which is made from millions of coloured glass fragments and gold leaf, with their stunning beauty and dazzling imagery seen all other this wonderful city. The temples of Bangkok

  • Girl of the month

    Girl of the month

We are open 24 hours