Vertigo at Banyan Tree Bangkok is an amazing rooftop restaurant where you can dine among the stars and with Bangkok twinkling beneath your feet.
Bangkok Airport (Suvarnabhumi International Airport) is Thailand’s biggest airport and is one of the coolest transport hubs in the world.
In the middle of the modern and busy Asok area of Bangkok lies the Benjakitti Park, which opened in 2004.
Asia Herb Association is a smart choice if you want a massage treatment designed to accommodate foreigners and locals.
Wat Pho is considered the home of traditional Thai massage, with the guiding principles of massage inscribed in stone within the temple grounds.
From the outside, Health Land looks like a retro mansion and inside, it’s a little like a hospital.
It’s often said that because of their lack of sight, blind masseurs are more in tune with your body and can provide better treatments.
Silpa Bhirasri Memorial & Museum is dedicated to an Italian-born sculptor who first came to Thailand in 1923 to work for the Department of Fine Arts.
Lek & Rut Seafood in Chinatown is a testament to Bangkok being a city of extremes, particularly when it comes to food.
Red Rose Restaurant offers a 1930s Shanghai parlour concept where you can have a real touch of panache to your meal.
Krua Porn Lamai is a typical street food shack for those who enjoy eating like locals, and by that, we mean 'really local'.
Odean is a very clean and rather discreet restaurant behind Wat Traimit in a small street near the Chinese gate of Odeon circle in Chinatown.
Hua Seng Hong is one of Chinatown's more expensive options, but don’t doubt that you’ll get your money's worth.