A collection of three antique structures built during the early 20th century, the Bangkokian Museum illustrates an often-overlooked...
Old Customs House
The country's former Customs House was once the gateway to Thailand, levying taxes on traders moving in and out of the kingdom. It was...
Dinner cruise along Mae Nam Chao Phraya.
Recently renovated and looking better than ever, the Oriental's Bamboo Bar remains one of the city's premier locales for live jazz. The...
Despite the fast-food overtones in the name and logo, this long-standing restaurant is classy and popular with visiting businesspeople....
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.