The second branch of the Greyhound spinoff opens in the freshly-revamped mall.

European dishes amid a mix of wood, turquoise and colorful Jazz Age-evoking paintings. 

This boutique claims to be the city’s first lash extension center that uses mink instead of polyester for more natural-looking results. 

It seems hostels are not just places for tourists to sleep anymore; they’re also hangout spots for locals. 

Located by the main Chaengwattana Road, this cafe by the Santichaikul sisters began as a made-to-order bakery shop selling through Instagram.

Hipster cafes have grown way beyond Thonglor-Ekkamai.

Chaengwattana's one-stop chillout space.

Another cute cafe that's popped up after establishing their cred on Instagram.

This project by two sisters is a very pretty picture.

Hotel Indigo's new restaurant does down-to-earth Thai dishes.

Western-Chinese fusion food with plenty of twists.

Traditional handmade shoes and bespoke crafting. 

This welcoming white house surrounded by a Japanese garden is a haven for sushi lovers.

Sathorn welcomes a new yoga studio.

A fun restaurant, bar and cafe rolled into one.

A new vintage shop suited to ladies looking for something a bit glamorous.

This tiny,1950s-inspired jazz bar and restaurant sees bands perform in the middle of the room, right amongst its punters. 

This modern-looking Japanese wooden house in Saladaeng is a go-to place for sashimi that doesn't break the bank. 

The four-year-old men's bespoke suit company opens a showroom.

A new store specializing in running shoes from Japan has recently joined the collection of shops in the alley behind Paradise Park. 

Too shy for the naked shared baths at regular onsen? This one gives you (and a partner) some privacy. 

One of the city's most colorful tattoo studios.

This well-known bao-maker does fresh buns in a blue Chinese-chic café.

Thonglor's super-stylish Black Amber Barber Shop & Tattoo has expanded across the road with a full-on gentlemen's whiskey bar.

A bar combining art and nightlife. 

The team behind the old Cafe Bicycle on Phloen Chit Road now run this breakfast-focused cafe.

A new pop-up dining in the dark experience.

The Japanese restaurant chain launches a fresh market.

Since opening at Central Embassy last September, Ippudo’s lines have shown little sign of shortening. Now there's another branch to try.