Suan Pakkad Palace Museum
An overlooked treasure, Suan Phakkad is a collection of eight traditional wooden Thai houses that was once the residence of Princess...
This obelisk monument was built by the then military government in 1941 to commemorate a 1940 campaign against the French in Laos. Today...
Baiyoke Tower II
Cheesiness and altitude run in equal parts at Baiyoke Tower II, Bangkok’s tallest building (to be usurped by a 'super tower' slated to...
Sky Train Jazz Club
An evening at this comically misnamed bar is more like chilling on the rooftop of your stoner buddy’s flat than any jazz club we’ve ever...
Tida Esarn sells country-style Thai food in a decidedly urban setting. Appropriately, foreigners provide the bulk of the restaurant’s...
Mallika Restaurant information
Visit this corner of northern Bangkok for a taste of Thailand’s southern provinces. The menu spans the region with spicy hits such as kôo·a glîng (minced meat fried with curry paste) or gaang sôm (a turmeric-laden seafood soup). Prices are slightly higher than elsewhere, but you’re paying for quality.