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Lifestyle Curators for Thailand + Southeast Asia

June 2015

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Discover the real taste of Italy in Bangkok at Enoteca Italiana Restaurant on Sukhumvit Soi 27 by Christopher Scott Dixon In life it requires effort to gain a reward, and the walk along the twisting, narrow back lanes of Sukhumvit Soi 27

A look at how one chef has revolutionized the kitchen in one of Bangkok’s top hotels:Chef Mathew Woolford at Regis Bangkok by Laurence CivilChef Mathew Woolford from Sydney Australia brings two decades of experience to his new role as director of

There are a hundred and one things to do in Bangkok even during a short holiday. Here are just six of them! Enjoying Streetfood at Yaowaraj Yaowaraj is the main artery of Bangkok’s Chinatown. While this area is hardly on top of

As Rachadapisek Road transforms into Bangkok’s new CBD, Chao Phaya Park Hotel embarks on a repositioning with a new general manager at the helm: Thai-American Viranat Silananda by Percy RoxasChao Phaya Park Hotel Bangkok is set for a repositioning of sorts.

Asita Eco Resort is for city folks in search of a tranquil, environmentally-friendly holiday escape by Percy Roxas To escape from the smog and cacophony of Bangkok, one must travel to some far-off upcountry refuge or a lonely island along the Andaman

Immerse yourself into luxuriant landscapes amid larger settings of village life – at Komaneka at Monkey Forest, an ideal holiday home for enjoying authentic Balinese hospitality by Sid Sehgal  Bali. The very word conjures up magical, mystical images. An exotic destination that

Check out what’s hot in one of Bangkok’s hippest areas by Christopher Scott Dixon In this sprawling, congested metropolis aka Bangkok, continuity and permanence would not be the first words to pluck from a dictionary and attach to the city. However, mention

Echoes of the glorious past is everywhere in present-day Luang Prabang, a heritage-rich and experience-filled getaway destination by Percy RoxasEven before TG2576 took off at 9:25 a.m. from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport our mind was already in Luang Prabang. We haven’t been

Arguably, nothing better reflects Pattaya’s transformation from an R&R camptown in the 70s into a sophisticated beach destination than the slew of stunning hotels for all kinds of tourists that have been mushrooming in the city in the last few

by Percy RoxasIf he did not become a hotel concierge, Teerapol Kayongwaen, 37, says he would probably be running a small restaurant business in Pattaya or be selling some OTOP (One Tambom, One Product) goods in his hometown Chiangrai by

How to get the most of Pattaya in 48 hours by Dave StamboulisPattaya gets plenty of headlines as a naughty nightlife capital. But this characterization overlooks all of the amazing attractions and excellent drinking and dining along with fantastic resorts that

THE LOCAL Name: Jatturaput Nilumprachart Age: 33 Country: Thailand Job/Profession: CEO of Marketing Agency (Netway Business Solution Co., Ltd) My favorite place: Chiang Mai, especially the Bhubhing Palace Bring there: Alone (or up to 2 friends) Must-do: Go to temples, enjoy the nightlife, find local food and

Mae Hong Son boasts many beautiful temples that do not only speak of its rich, checkered past but also complement its breathtaking natural scenery by Percy RoxasOne does not go to Mae Hong Son for its temples. But once there, few

What happens on this day and why it is important to the Thai people by Chris G. Mayya History has a limited record of people who were born and consequently died on the same date. Buddhists go a step further in commemorating