Wanderlust Travel Magazine asked some of Bangkok’s expert tour guides to reveal their Bangkok Insider Secrets, from the best bars and restaurants to hidden gems. Experienced tour guides Wipaporn Ord (Wi), Sarawut Thinpathom (Oh), and Pascal Rimpault share their knowledge… Read More
Planning a trip to Bangkok? If you haven’t seen it already, you should really make the effort to visit Bangkok’s Grand Palace. Before you go, there are a few essential things you really need to know. Here are Little Grey Box blogger Phoebe Lee’s top tips on what you absolutely must know before you visit the Grand Palace. Read More
Back for it’s 18th successful year, the Amazing Thailand Grand Sale has returned in 2016 and this time it is bigger and better than ever. The Sale was launched in style with an Amazing race-style shopping challenge, in which 14 teams of bloggers from across Asia and Australia raced around Bangkok’s Ratchaprasong district competing for a 100,000 Baht prize.
Guest blogger and award-winning Australian travel writer Louise Southerden finds there’s more to the Thai capital than temples and tuk-tuks on a Bangkok bike tour.
Imagine a bike-friendly city and you’ll probably think of, say, Copenhagen or Amsterdam. Not an Asian city, and definitely not Bangkok, that sprawling stopover of a capital inhabited by 12 million people and better known for tuk-tuks than bike trails. Read More
This month Thailand celebrated His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 88th birthday anniversary, on 5 December with the inaugural Bike for Dad cycling event, and there are many more events planned for the festive season. Read More
Three-wheeled Tuk-Tuks are Bangkok’s most well known form of public transportation and still one of the best ways to explore the city, especially at night. Travel blogger Deborah Dickson-Smith had great fun recently on a midnight Bangkok tuk tuk tour. Read More
Travel writer Julie Miller looks at five stylish hotels in Bangkok where the design is far from ordinary.
Bangkok is a stylish city; its residents dress smartly, are concerned with their appearance, and love to be seen in fashionable and trend-setting restaurants and bars.
For travellers who care about aesthetics and design, there are some fabulous hotels to stay in which won’t necessarily break the budget. Here are some of my favourites: Read More
Travel blogger Deborah Dickson-Smith recently sampled the fine dining at Red Sky Centara Grand at Centralworld.
There are many Bangkok rooftop restaurants, but none, perhaps, quite as grand as Red Sky. While it’s not riverside or overlooking one of Bangkok’s grand temples, it is 55 floors up and has 360 degree views of the city – which is particularly photogenic at night. Read More
The Thailand Foundation has launched an app to help visitors get access to some of the best Bangkok street food. Developed with the support of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, the “Street Food Bangkok” app was launched earlier this month. Read More