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Crowning the top of trendy Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit, Octave beautifully lights up the night at a sky-high level. This rooftop bar comes with multi-storey fun to satisfy everyone, whether you are in need of scrumptious grubs or if you want to touch the cloud up high while dancing. Story & Photos by Fah, Pam Luxury […]
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Perched on top of Rock Salt, THE NAI HARN’s popular beachfront restaurant, Prime is an exclusive eatery with just 20 seats. This intimate size allows the chefs to create highly personalised dining experiences, including serene sunset dinners and private events for small groups. Diners will be dazzled by dramatic live cooking experiences, with an open kitchen that […]
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Visit the home of truffles to discover one of Italy’s finest delicacies  A wonderful truffle-hunting experience in the Italian city of Alba when you book a luxury stay for two. Guests are taken by private transfer to Alba, where they are met by a ‘Trifulao’ hunter and his specially trained dog, joining him for a […]
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Thonglor has always been one of the more posh neighborhoods of Bangkok. It’s a popular residential area for the city’s rich and famous so celebrity sightings occur on a regular basis. Even if you’re not familiar with the who’s who of Bangkok, you’ll enjoy the overall attractiveness of the people who frequent this part of […]
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It’s a bit of a marketing cliché, if a charming one, to call Phuket “The Pearl of the Andaman”. But the moniker shows how everyone associates this lush and lovely island with its warm southern seas and soft, sandy beaches. These are what made it a tourist Mecca after all. Bang Pae Waterfall, Phuket But […]
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Chaiyaphum, in Thailand’s Northeast isn’t the nation’s best known province, despite it being home to some the best national parks – most visitors seem head to nearby regions such as Lop Buri or Khon Kaen. However, Chaiyaphum has a great deal to offer visitors, as I found when I went to explore. That fact that […]
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Everyone loves old travel posters, especially those from the early days of mass tourism. They were designed to tantalise travellers by reducing countries to charming clichés – Britain became Big Ben and cream-teas, Spain was known for bullfights and flamenco while Japan was all blossom and kimonos. But for Thailand, floating markets were the theme: […]
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Umbrellas are pretty ubiquitous in Thailand – hardly surprising in a nation where the sun mercilessly beats down for months before the skies release their heavy monsoon rains that soak in seconds – if you’re caught brolly-less. Umbrellas offer protection from the sun and rain but can play a cultural role as well as a […]
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Bangkok is well-placed for anyone seeking an island getaway; Ko Chang is just a few hours’ drive away, popular Ko Samet can be reached in a morning and even islands; such as, Phuket and Samui are only an hour’s flight. But these are a little too far for day trips or even weekends, if you […]
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For over a century, the pretty coastal district of Prachuap Khiri Khan on the Gulf of Thailand has been the destination of choice for Thai families escaping Bangkok’s bustle for a weekend by the sea. Long sandy beaches, fresh, juicy seafood dishes and green hills have helped make millions of happy memories here over the […]
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