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Chillax in Singapore with Two Popetorn
[brought to you by Singapore Tourism Board]   Apart from taking a stroll through  Singapore’s hip cafés and cool bars, the city also has a natural side that lets you really relax,...
The Best Cafes, Restaurants, Food Stalls and Shops of Bangkok's Chinatown
As we get ready to welcome in the Year of the Horse (January 31-February 1), we head to the heart of Yaowarat, to rediscover the area’s best cafes, restaurants, food stalls and shops. 
Fitfac Muay Thai Academy
Bangkok's Best Boxing Gyms and Studios for Women
Boxing has become quite a hit among ladies looking to get  fit ‘n firm, and now there are more welcoming, gym-like boxing venues popping up around town. 
Krasae Cave
A Journey of Remembrance to Kanchanaburi
Revisiting Kanchanaburi’s natural heritage and tumultuous history. 
A Taste of Africa
The Best African Restaurants in Bangkok
Four restaurants to expand your pan-African palate in Bangkok.
Duangruethai Esanasatang on Freedom of Expression and the Power of Reading
Literary veteran Duangruethai Esanasatang, 48, the celebrated author who was branded a red shirt for signing a petition to amend Thailand’s lèse majesté law Article 112, is now busy running the...
Chill Out to the Max in Singapore
[brought to you by Singapore Tourism Board]   You think you know Singapore? Check out these top places that offer you the best ways to kick back in the lion city. 
ASEAN's Hottest Cities: The Buzzing Arts and Cultural Scenes of Jakarta, Manila and Hanoi
Take a break from Singapore and Hong Kong: Jakarta, Manila and Hanoi currently offer three of the most vibrant arts and cultural scenes in Southeast Asia. 
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Hot Wheels: Top Bicycle Escapes In and Around Bangkok
Beyond a form of exercise and an efficient way of commuting, biking is becoming a popular way to see more of the country. Here’s how to get a piece of the action.
Count On It: A Bangkok Buyer's Guide to Self-Trackers
Self-trackers can count how much you’ve walked during the day and how well you’ve slept—and the current generation does it better than ever before.
Everything You Need to Know About Drinking IPA Beers in Bangkok
With the city awash with craft IPAs (Indian pale ale)—we tell you what it is and where it came from.
The Best Bars, Clubs and Restaurants Breathing New Life into Lower Silom
Lower Silom, once touristy and quiet, is now heating up with a host of new openings.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra's Ruban Nielson Talks Inspiration and Experimentation Ahead of Bangkok Gig on Jan 22
As part of their nonstop 2013-14 world tour in support of their acclaimed second studio album, II, New Zealand/US psychedelic pop-rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra will visit Bangkok this week before...
Somdoon Architects Founders Puiphai Kunawat and Punpong Wiwatkul on their Award-Winning Eco-House, Siamese Blossom
Architects Puiphai Kunawat and Punpong Wiwatkul worked on high-profile projects for Singaporean firm WOHA, such as The Met and the Hansar Hotel. After opening their own firm, Somdoon Architects,...
Artist and Activist Vasan Sitthiket on Reforming Thailand
The 2007 Silpathorn Award winner, Vasan Sitthiket, 56, made his name through provocative artworks that show money and politics raping (sometimes literally) Thailand. A supporter of the...
Six Hot New Cosmetics Brands in Bangkok
With lots of multi-label cosmetics stores arriving in the wake of French giant Sephora in December, here are six new-in-town brands we’re particularly excited about.
2014 Preview: The Best Food, Music, Films and Shopping Coming to Bangkok
Take a peek at what’s coming to town this year. 
Nophand Boonyai Tackles Media Manipulation in His New Politically-Charged Play, Utopian Malady
Best known for his improvisational plays Therapy and Adoption and his role in last year’s film Only God Forgives, Nophand Boonyai now introduces his new work Utopian Malady (Jan 10-13, 16-...
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Summer Comes Early With These Hot New Men's and Women's Cruise Collections
“Cruise,”“pre-spring” or “resort” collections, originally designed for jet-setting Americans and Europeans, serve up tropical looks in the dead of winter and offer...
Future Music Festival
Save the Date: Asia's Best Festivals and Events Jan-March 2014
Chart the next three months with our handy regional calendar.
Bangkok Street Artist Alex Face on Making Friends (and Enemies) Through Graffiti
Patcharapol Tangruen, 32, aka Alex Face, is one of Bangkok’s most prominent street artists. His iconic character Mardi, a kid in a bunny outfit, has gone on show in London, Korea and at the...
Meet Witcha Suyara, the Man Behind Outrageous Facebook Parody Gay the Rabbit
Last year saw the resounding success of Jay the Rabbit, a hilarious Facebook comic featuring a witty and often bitchy rabbit. A parody page soon followed, and due to its often-outrageous gay jokes,...
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Top 10 Massive Hits We Had Enough of in 2013
One final, painful listen to the songs which defined Bangkok this year.