- Colorful Wallpaper
- Curtain and room divider systems from high-quality woods from Nolastar
- Boxspringbed "jalis" in gray and white bedroom
- Shelves with a desk in the studio with wallpaper patterned
- Carton House serves as a showroom for new lamps design
- Bedside Brilliant
- The boutique hotels from the Designer Ian Shrager-urban and cosmopolitan
- Modern wicker chairs and a table to eat simple,
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- 39 modern kitchen solutions for exclusive living environment
30 travel tips for Bangkok, Thailand – Nightlife, Shopping and more
Bangkok welcomes over 12 million visitors each year. The Thai capital has managed to retain its authentic charm for decades, thanks to its unique combination of exoticism and modernity. In fact, many of the city totally fascinated. Discover, with its hidden with our fantastic travel tips for Bangkok treasures.
Undertake shopping - tips for Bangkok
Some of the latest terminal 21 centers (and most visited) of commercial complex and Silom, but worth a stop at MBK, Siam Paragon and River City to do.
Thai food court in Bangkok
Food is everywhere in Bangkok, regardless of the time of day (or night). Thai cuisine is a gastronomic delight full of exotic flavors. But with so many choices on offer, it is not always easy to know where to go for a good meal. Bangkok food courts are a perfect blend of quality, value and diversity.
Clothes made to order
Tailors in Bangkok have the reputation of being fast, efficient and very affordable. People like George Bush and Jean Claude Van Damme came to town to order according to the order. Shops or Pahurat Sukhumvit Road.
Things to do in Bangkok - The Riverside restaurants
Visit the bars with rooftop terraces
The beautiful classic dome shaped bar Lebua at State Tower River bar Balco - the views and architectural details are simply intoxicating.
Water Festival Songkran
The celebration of the Thai New Year is an "event not to miss." Songkran takes place in mid-April.
Royal processions shipped by barge on the river
The Chao Phraya River, which divides into two Bangkok, is the background for the royal boat processions that take place every year in honor of the Thai royal family in November.
Explore the canals of Bangkok
Klong a boat is a good alternative if you want to avoid the Bangkok traffic is hectic, especially if you plan to attend malls Siam Square or Old Town.
Vegetarianisches Festival will be held in Bangkok Chinatown in October
Or learn surfing
For something completely different offers Head Flow House - waves that reflect the actual experience in the ocean.
Tea with Mandarin
The colonial charm of Bangkok is still alive in the "House of the author of" charming - a place to experience the legendary Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
The 5-star Hotel Sukhothai Hotel offers an exclusive treat for chocolate-lic, Bangkok.
Bangkok Jazz - Diplomat Bar, saxophone, Bamboo Bar and Hilton 360 bar
Visit Phra Pradaeng (lungs of Bangkok)
isolated on a peninsula where there are no roads and villagers have their traditional lifestyle community.
Panoramic view of Bangkok from nearly 1,000 meters
Baiyoke Tower is not only the tallest building in Bangkok, but also home to the largest hotel in the whole of Southeast Asia. The observation platform is 77 from floor, while a spectacular scene turning the city from the 84th Stock offer.
Visit a fruit carving class
Fruit carving is a traditional art that has been taught for over 700 years. Acquire basic skills in carving fruits and vegetables. This is something that you can take home to impress friends and relatives.
Experience the nightlife of Bangkok - Bed Supperclub
Pamper yourself with a Thai massage
Picnic in the park
Take in a show of shadow puppets
Join a Muay Thai party - Thai Boxing
Bathing with Outlook - infinity pools are a symbol of luxury and style
Discover the temples of the old town
Enjoy an evening of art dedicated to the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Practice your golf technique - Chatuchak Ratchadapisek Phrakanong
Cinema in Bangkok
Enjoy a dinner cruise
Quench your thirst as locals - typical cold drinks, including free or Cha Yen Oliang
Visit a floating market