Chao Phraya Estate is a 32 billion Thai baht development comprising a luxurious residential tower and two low rise hotels occupying one of the few remaining large plots of available land lining the shores of the River of Kings in Bangkok.
Chao Phraya River, a.k.a. the RIver of Kings, is lined with the Grand Palace, Reclining Buddha, Temple of Dawn, and other famous and not-so-famous tourist attractions. Here's a short list of must-see heritage sites in Central Bangkok.
Distracted by a call on my mobile phone, I miss my stop. Instead of visiting the Grand Temple, Old European Quarter, Chinatown and other key tourist attractions I set out to see, I am taken on a wild goose chase where tourists seldom roam
Renovated family compound in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, houses a house museum, a gift shop, and two restaurants, one serving Thai cuisine, another serving Western comfort food. Check out review of Ma Maison
Restaurant review of Supanniga champagne dinner cruise, one of several river cruises up and down the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok Thailand - a sit down dinner cooked on board vs a lavish buffet: two bloggers voice their opinion
A stylish cocktail lounge at a five-star hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, gives a new twist to an old favourite, the mojito. Will the friendly bartenders agree to a photo shoot? More important, will they share their secret for what could be the world's best mojito?
Restaurant Review: Popular Japanese noodle shop with outlets in Hong Kong and Kowloon adds Curry Tsukemen, Salt Tsukemen and Black Garlic Oil Tsukemen to the menu. What do finicky foodies have to say?
Marvel 10K Weekend will be held at Hong Kong Disneyland on 16 and 17 September 2017. The event will be co-organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association. Different races will be held for different age groups.
The beach at Repulse Bay is Hong Kong’s most popular beach. With the widest stretch of sand and lots of shade trees, the beach is one of the SAR’s most accessible beaches, and its facilities are by far the most comprehensive.
Why you should visit Little India now: as one of Singapore's most colourful and thriving neighborhoods, Little India has restaurants and cafes, shops and boutiques, temples and mosques serving the Lion City's vibrant South Asian community.