A second branch of the modern Thai restaurant in the luxurious Gaysorn mall.
The experimental, multi-label fashion boutique has relaunched with a range of new products.
The guy behind the legendary dive bar Bar 23, on Sukhumvit Soi 16, sold up, and has now opened this altogether more arty affair near Chinatown.
The French artisan boulangarie has finally landed in Bangkok.
The spa also offers Chinese-heritage massage using ginger and various techniques.
This temple combines Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian figures.
A restaurant-slash-bar specializing in tender and aromatic meats made with the low-and-slow grilling technique.
Two big-name Iron Chefs have teamed up.
Bangkok's first Korean dessert cafe is causing a stir in the middle of Siam Square.
The hip made-to-order hardwood furniture brand has found new digs.
The Danish high-end electronics company, known for its striking product designs, has opened its first showroom in Southeast Asia.
The much-hyped salapao joint has a opened a second Bangkok branch in a cool, blue container in the heart of Silom.
The second branch of the much-loved grab-and-go pizza place.
The second branch of the Thai-Venezuelan artisanal roasters arrives in a neighborhood in great need of a shot of quality caffeine.
There's a new board game cafe in town.
A huge new store from the organizers of Thailand Toy Expo offering official figurines, clothing and costumes of some of the most beloved cartoon characters from around the world.
This well established skin center offers state-of-the-art treatments from Botox to micro-dermabrasion.
Forget pretty little places to show off your fixed gear: this one’s for the serious cyclists.
Bangkok’s cyclists have peddled far beyond the center of town.
This one-stop rustic establishment sells bikes and accessories, and also offers a bike repair service.
A new Spanish restaurant specializing in paella and Catalan dishes.
This temple from 1871 is the center of Chinese religious worship in Bangkok.
Bangkok's hottest new spot for junk food isn't even a food truck--it's a humble takeaway stall.