Lifestyle Curators for Thailand + Southeast Asia

December 2014

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Sneaking into the “pop-up” category is a new craft beer venue aptly named for its amber ale affiliations. by Richard Mcleish. While other similar venues have been slower on the take-up because of their more obscure addresses, Craft (16 Sukhumvit Soi 23;

This is what The St. Regis Bangkok did to their lobby. by Maia Kara. The St. Regis Bangkok recently gave a facelift to its lobby lounge, unveiling a new concept for The Lounge (159 Rajadamri Road, Bangkok; 02 207 7777; during

Brio, at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa, presents some surprising flavors on its new seasonal menu. by Miyuki Aracena. Experiencing Brio restaurant at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa (257/1-3 Charoennakorn Road, Bangkok; 02 476 0022; brings you closer to

New offerings underline the ever-expanding ambitions of the regional food scene in Bangkok. by Thomas Sturrock. Osha (99 Witthayu/Wireless Rd; 02 256 6555; certainly knows how to create a lasting first impression. A majestic foyer leads into a cavernous main dining

The eponymous Savelberg marks the first landing of the Michelin-starred chef outside Europe. by Thomas Sturrock. Dutch chef Hank Savelberg made his name with his Michelin-starred restaurant in The Hague, and he has now brought his brand to Bangkok with Savelberg (GF

What: To welcome the Chinese “Year of the Goat,” Four Points by Sheraton Bangkok, Sukhumvit 15, presents a fun and relax package for you to better enjoy your holidays. The package includes daily buffet breakfast for two, in-room high-speed Internet,

Which style of yoga is the one for you? by Marcelo Broderies, Ashtanga teacher Yoga is growing in popularity everywhere in the world. New schools, new methods, and new students are surfacing, maybe as a response to a growth in stress levels.

The festive season conjures up images of Western-style turkeys and baked hams, but the capital’s top Thai chefs are also getting involved. by Thomas Sturrock. Christmas may not be a natural fit for a largely Buddhist country, but Thai people tend to

Check out what these public parks in Bangkok offer for a lot of baht-less entertainment! Bangkok is such a fun city offering every possible activity you may want to entertain yourself with—from cultural life to water parks, from yoga studios to

From new sky bars to soap-making courses, and from traditional puppet shows to cool ice-skating sessions, the City of Angels never stops surprising. by Rachel Ross. You step off the plane and feel a giddying rush. Bangkok. Famous for its oddities, antics,

Yam Churn Meng (46, Singapore) Managing Director at KitchenArt Thailand My favorite place: Bangkok Bring there: Loved ones (my wife in this case) Must-do: Street food Don’t do: Disrespect Thai women and local cultures Must-see: Siam Niramit cultural show Must-buy: Mango sticky rice Eat at: Issaya Siamese Club Drink