Situated right beside bustling Thonglor and Ekkamai, gritty Phra Khanong has previously been overlooked as a residential and office area—but that’s all begun to change thanks to new restaurants, bars and galleries that blur the line between art and nightlife.


Sukhumvit Soi 38
An update on the city's street-food neighborhoods under threat from development.
The market was a hub of the neighborhood before it was forced to close at the end of 2016. 
If there’s one place left in Bangkok where we can still almost afford to buy an apartment, it’s here. Phra Khanong has seen a condo development boom over the last couples of years, which has brought a whole lot more to the community. W District and a bunch of quirky new art spaces, restaurants and bars have also changed the game. Here’s what you should know. 
The Mustang Nero
Last year, Bangkok’s Banglamphu district ranked as the second highest-growing area in the world for the number of Airbnb rentals available. Here, we speak to Airbnb users across Bangkok, from the person with a spare room to rent to the young entrepreneur starting their own hostel, to find out what it takes to be a successful host—and if the rewards are worth the effort.
Naiipa Art Complex
Is this quaint Sukhumvit neighborhood the new Ari?


Restaurant: Magpie
This On Nut cafe is super photogenic. 
Venue: Haus No. 3
This Phra Khanong personal training studio comes from one of the biggest fitness personalities in Bangkok.
Restaurant: Krbb
The latest opening to blur the line between butcher and restaurant.
Restaurant: Mont Calzone
Singapore's calzone specialist arrives in Bangkok.