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When we think of eating in Bangkok everything comes to mind, since great restaurants like Nahm (see) or the famous street food where it is possible to eat the most traditional and authentic food Thailand has to offer, but, why not Indian food? Many will think we’re crazy or disoriented. But the sure thing is […]

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5 things to do in Bangkok

Bangkok is one of those endless cities where the day never really comes to an end, so much is the bustle and the intensity lived in town. To the tourists that visit the city for the first time there are obvious things they’ll certainly visit, like the Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha) or […]

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Le Du

Besides the amazing street food, the gastronomic scene of Bangkok is one of the most interesting in Asia, with some of the best restaurants in the world, like Nahm and Gaggan (13th and 17th in the World’s 50 Best Guide of the British magazine Restaurant). This said it is not to be admired the growing […]

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Intercontinental Bangkok

“Where simple pleasures come to life” Right in the financial center of Bangkok we discovered an elegant place and very luxurious. Its name? Intercontinental Bangkok. The location could not be better, in the heart of the city, in Ratchaprasong, in the financial district where everything happens, where the skyscrapers compete among each other to see […]

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What could make an Australian fall in love with Thai cuisine to the point of stopping to travel constantly to the country and just settle there? David Thompson’s answer will be Passion, for sure! After a series of restaurants in Australia, another one in London, also called Nahm (Water) (got the first Michelin star for […]

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Wat Pho How to describe Bangkok? For me, no doubt, a completely paradoxical city! We found ourselves in front of old and shinning temples competing with modern and giant skyscrapers, frantic traffic 24 hours a day (YES, 24h! I never in my life saw so much confusion together) competing with serene images of Buddha and […]

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Thailand – What to pack

I have never traveled to an Asian country before, with so different cultures, climate, customs and traditions. Being a typical woman, the organization of my suitcase is always a headache, so, the most important thing to do is a list of everything we need, in order to assure we don’t take unnecessary items and don’t […]

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The Peninsula Bangkok

“An Urban Oasis on the River Of Kings” This is the phrase the Peninsula Hotel in Bangkok uses to describe itself… And I must say to you that I couldn’t give it a more precise description! A true paradise right on top of the river! In the hospitality industry, the name Peninsula is a synonym of […]

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Flying with Emirates – Bangkok – Dubai

When we think of the idea of luxury, comfort and sophistication during a flight,  Emirates always comes to mind as first reference. Elected several times as the best airline in the world, with more than 140 destinations and an enviable fleet since Boing 777 to the A380 (the biggest commercial airplane in the world). For our […]

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