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New Taste of Modern Japanese

January 13, 2014

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Kisso means ‘good news’ in Japanese; the perfect description of the latest edition for a restaurant of 20 years. It’s strikingly contemporary with the use of light wood sliding panels to divide the room yet balanced with the warm and cosy elements such as the row of earthenware pots rising high above the wood flooring. […]

Check-in at the Grande Centre Point Hotel, Terminal 21

January 9, 2014

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Of all the high end hotels in Bangkok none can boast of a more stunning location than the awe inspiring Grande Centre Point Hotel, Terminal 21. The hotel is located in one of the best areas of Sukhumvit road, which is perfect for all business, entertainment and leisure destinations. The hotel is actually adjacent to […]

Why a Thai mall is the world’s most Instagrammed plac

December 17, 2013

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WHAT’S the world’s most Instagrammed place? The Eiffel Tower, perhaps? Nope. It’s not Times Square and it’s not even Disneyland. We’ll give you a hint: it’s a mall and it’s in Bangkok. Photo-snapping app Instagram revealed its list of most shot locations around the world in 2013 and a Thai shopping centre took top honours, […]

Exhibition : Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand

November 29, 2013

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They left their country for opportunities and earn money cleaning homes, dangling from scaffolding at construction sites and all too often being drawn into worse situations. “Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand” opens tonight at the Foreign Correspondent’s Club of Thailand to show the lives of migrant workers from Myanmar who escaped poverty, conflict and abuse […]

Sip smooth tempos at ‘The River Jazz Festival’

November 26, 2013

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This winter, jazz lovers in Bangkok will have a chance to enjoy world-class music amidst the cool breeze on the riverfront of Asiatique as top artists from the US, the UK, Singapore and Thailand are set to perform this weekend. They will be crooning hits during the “River Jazz Festival”, which returns with two days […]

All things indie: Shop and show at “Noise Market” craft and music fest

November 7, 2013

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Tired of cover bands, knock-offs and mass produced culture? Whether you’re looking for cool hand-made homeware, need some experts’ guidance on your DIY project, or just simply want to hear the new breed of Thai music, stop by Museum Siam this weekend and join the hipster party at “Noise Market.” Handmade crafts, art, DIY workshops […]

Bangkok Airways to add flights

September 27, 2013

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Bangkok Airways announced they plan to add flights to both domestic and international routes. The Bangkok – Phuket route increases to 8 flights daily, Bangkok – Krabi to 3 flights daily, Bangkok – Lampang to 3 flights daily and Bangkok – Yangon (Myanmar) to 4 flights daily. The additional flight for Bangkok – Phuket; PG283 […]