This collection of three wooden houses illustrates an often-overlooked period of Bangkok’s history, the 1950s and ’60s The main building...
Old Customs House
Old Customs House was once the gateway to Thailand, levying taxes on traders moving in and out of the kingdom. It was designed by an...
Operating since 1970, and quite possibly the original Bangkok dinner cruise, Loy Nava offers two daily excursions, both departing from...
The Oriental's Bamboo Bar is famous for its live lounge jazz, which holds court inside a colonial-era cabin of lazy fans, broad-leafed...
A tiny oasis squeezed into a former Chinese residence, Harmonique is an expat staple for thrifty romantic dinners. The dishes are...
24/9 Soi 45, Th Charoen Krung · interesting places nearby
Hidden in a nondescript alleyway is Naaz (pronounced 'Nát'), a tiny shophouse restaurant serving some of the city’s richest kôw mòk gài (chicken biriani). Various daily specials include chicken masala and mutton korma, but we’re most curious to visit on Thursday when the restaurant serves something called Karai Ghost.