The former JJ Green has transformed into an impressively funky space, which blends a low-key selection of fashionable clothing stalls and rows of industrial-slash-retro drinking parlors

Claiming to give Bangkokians an all-new movie experience, these four cinemas each pioneer new technology you can’t find elsewhere in Thailand. 

 A new concept store for Thai designer items.

All-day breakfast and French pastries. 

As a mid-range mall-dwelling Japanese joint, Wabi Sabi is par for the course.

This modernist space serves up a variety of coffees, desserts and drinks.

This New York-based concept sees a dessert bar serve up a three-course-dessert prix fixe menu.

A new casual French restaurant-and-bar in swinging Sathorn Soi 10,

The latest streetwear brand to join Siam Square. 

This Japanese streetwear brand does it all.

The first Bangkok flagship store for the cult NY denim label.

The much-hyped Korean brand's first Bangkok outlet.

Despite all the charm of a basement food court, the kitchen here still manages to capture the spirit of Vietnamese food.

The cult mid-century fashion and home decor brand has now arrived in Bangkok. 

Test your intelligence with this exciting puzzle simulation game that's just arrived in Bangkok.

This library-themed bar goes for the after-work crowd with appealing happy hour deals. 

Thonglor has welcomed a new patisserie among all the nightclubs and izakayas.

This massive new concept store gathers designer product from all over the world with a heavy focus on stationery and home decor.

This Taiwanese junk food sensation is all over your news feed.

A new Thai family restaurant that claims to serve recipes handed down from generation to generation. 

Multi-course Japanese in a Zen-style house surrounded by a bamboo forest.

Greyhound unveils its "lifestyle market."

Located on the 64th floor, this bar has amazing, sky-high views and the service to match. 

The little fish-shaped cakes are drawing in the crowds.

At this little white and blue cafe in Asoke all the cakes and pastry are baked daily in limited numbers.

A new cafe from the 118-year-old Spanish coffee brand.

A budget-friendly option in Silom.

This new all-day venue brings quality brews to Silom.

Silom's tiny new spot for a rockabilly cut.

You don't have to fly to Paris or Geneva to queue up for the steak-frites (steak and fries) in the popular green sauce from Le Relais de l'Entrecôte or Cafe de Paris anymore. 

One of the few shops in Bangkok offering the traditional Japanese sweet treat obanyaki (a form of roundwith avarious fillings) has moved.