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THE ART OF TRAVEL

THE ART OF TRAVEL

THE ART OF TRAVEL

Join us in making this a season of discovery, both in life and fashion. You’ll explore best-in-class designer collections against the backdrop of inspiring destinations, with tips from industry insiders. First stop: Thailand.

Join us in making this a season of discovery, both in life and fashion. You’ll explore best-in-class designer collections against the backdrop of inspiring destinations, with tips from industry insiders. First stop: Thailand.

Join us in making this a season of discovery, both in life and fashion. You’ll explore best-in-class designer collections against the backdrop of inspiring destinations, with tips from industry insiders. First stop: Thailand.

Travel Diary - Bangkok
Travel DIary - Bangkok

Home to Thailand’s largest international airport, Bangkok will most likely be your first stop. Plan to stay at least a day or two because there are countless things to see and do. Explore awe-inspiring temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pathum Wanaram. Shop for souvenirs at Chatuchak Weekend Market (the largest market in the world) and explore designer boutiques in the Siam Paragon shopping center. 

 

For a five-star home base, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok can’t be beat. The hotel’s tea parlor and impeccably landscaped gardens exude old-world glamour. In search of something a little more private? The Siam offers romantic standalone villas outfitted with Thai antiques.

Home to Thailand’s largest international airport, Bangkok will most likely be your first stop. Plan to stay at least a day or two because there are countless things to see and do. Explore awe-inspiring temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pathum Wanaram. Shop for souvenirs at Chatuchak Weekend Market (the largest market in the world) and explore designer boutiques in the Siam Paragon shopping center. 

 

For a five-star home base, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok can’t be beat. The hotel’s tea parlor and impeccably landscaped gardens exude old-world glamour. In search of something a little more private? The Siam offers romantic standalone villas outfitted with Thai antiques.

Home to Thailand’s largest international airport, Bangkok will most likely be your first stop. Plan to stay at least a day or two because there are countless things to see and do. Explore awe-inspiring temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pathum Wanaram. Shop for souvenirs at Chatuchak Weekend Market (the largest market in the world) and explore designer boutiques in the Siam Paragon shopping center. 

 

For a five-star home base, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok can’t be beat. The hotel’s tea parlor and impeccably landscaped gardens exude old-world glamour. In search of something a little more private? The Siam offers romantic standalone villas outfitted with Thai antiques.

Home to Thailand’s largest international airport, Bangkok will most likely be your first stop. Plan to stay at least a day or two because there are countless things to see and do. Explore awe-inspiring temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pathum Wanaram. Shop for souvenirs at Chatuchak Weekend Market (the largest market in the world) and explore designer boutiques in the Siam Paragon shopping center. 

 

For a five-star home base, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok can’t be beat. The hotel’s tea parlor and impeccably landscaped gardens exude old-world glamour. In search of something a little more private? The Siam offers romantic standalone villas outfitted with Thai antiques.

Home to Thailand’s largest international airport, Bangkok will most likely be your first stop. Plan to stay at least a day or two because there are countless things to see and do. Explore awe-inspiring temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pathum Wanaram. Shop for souvenirs at Chatuchak Weekend Market (the largest market in the world) and explore designer boutiques in the Siam Paragon shopping center. 

 

For a five-star home base, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok can’t be beat. The hotel’s tea parlor and impeccably landscaped gardens exude old-world glamour. In search of something a little more private? The Siam offers romantic standalone villas outfitted with Thai antiques.

Home to Thailand’s largest international airport, Bangkok will most likely be your first stop. Plan to stay at least a day or two because there are countless things to see and do. Explore awe-inspiring temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pathum Wanaram. Shop for souvenirs at Chatuchak Weekend Market (the largest market in the world) and explore designer boutiques in the Siam Paragon shopping center. 

 

For a five-star home base, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok can’t be beat. The hotel’s tea parlor and impeccably landscaped gardens exude old-world glamour. In search of something a little more private? The Siam offers romantic standalone villas outfitted with Thai antiques.

Home to Thailand’s largest international airport, Bangkok will most likely be your first stop. Plan to stay at least a day or two because there are countless things to see and do. Explore awe-inspiring temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pathum Wanaram. Shop for souvenirs at Chatuchak Weekend Market (the largest market in the world) and explore designer boutiques in the Siam Paragon shopping center. 

 

For a five-star home base, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok can’t be beat. The hotel’s tea parlor and impeccably landscaped gardens exude old-world glamour. In search of something a little more private? The Siam offers romantic standalone villas outfitted with Thai antiques.

Home to Thailand’s largest international airport, Bangkok will most likely be your first stop. Plan to stay at least a day or two because there are countless things to see and do. Explore awe-inspiring temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pathum Wanaram. Shop for souvenirs at Chatuchak Weekend Market (the largest market in the world) and explore designer boutiques in the Siam Paragon shopping center. 

 

For a five-star home base, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok can’t be beat. The hotel’s tea parlor and impeccably landscaped gardens exude old-world glamour. In search of something a little more private? The Siam offers romantic standalone villas outfitted with Thai antiques.

Home to Thailand’s largest international airport, Bangkok will most likely be your first stop. Plan to stay at least a day or two because there are countless things to see and do. Explore awe-inspiring temples, such as Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pathum Wanaram. Shop for souvenirs at Chatuchak Weekend Market (the largest market in the world) and explore designer boutiques in the Siam Paragon shopping center. 

 

For a five-star home base, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok can’t be beat. The hotel’s tea parlor and impeccably landscaped gardens exude old-world glamour. In search of something a little more private? The Siam offers romantic standalone villas outfitted with Thai antiques.

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

With bragging rights that include being home to more than 200 Michelin restaurants, Bangkok is truly one of the world’s top dining destinations. Topping our list: GAA, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up modern eclectic cuisine with global influences, and Baan, a Bib Gourmand restaurant specializing in classic Thai comfort food.

 

SPIRITS

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most amazing rooftop bars. For an unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view of the city, have a cocktail at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Standing 61-stories tall, Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok is another favorite, both for its amazing views and tasty cocktails.

 

STREET EATS

Ubiquitous as it may be, not all street food is created equal. For the best of the best, make your way to Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, where you can sample everything from salt-and-pepper noodles to fried scorpions (for those with adventurous palates). Serving up a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, Taling Chan Floating Market is another can’t-miss.   

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

With bragging rights that include being home to more than 200 Michelin restaurants, Bangkok is truly one of the world’s top dining destinations. Topping our list: GAA, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up modern eclectic cuisine with global influences, and Baan, a Bib Gourmand restaurant specializing in classic Thai comfort food.

 

SPIRITS

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most amazing rooftop bars. For an unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view of the city, have a cocktail at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Standing 61-stories tall, Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok is another favorite, both for its amazing views and tasty cocktails.

 

STREET EATS

Ubiquitous as it may be, not all street food is created equal. For the best of the best, make your way to Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, where you can sample everything from salt-and-pepper noodles to fried scorpions (for those with adventurous palates). Serving up a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, Taling Chan Floating Market is another can’t-miss.   

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

With bragging rights that include being home to more than 200 Michelin restaurants, Bangkok is truly one of the world’s top dining destinations. Topping our list: GAA, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up modern eclectic cuisine with global influences, and Baan, a Bib Gourmand restaurant specializing in classic Thai comfort food.

 

SPIRITS

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most amazing rooftop bars. For an unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view of the city, have a cocktail at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Standing 61-stories tall, Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok is another favorite, both for its amazing views and tasty cocktails.

 

STREET EATS

Ubiquitous as it may be, not all street food is created equal. For the best of the best, make your way to Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, where you can sample everything from salt-and-pepper noodles to fried scorpions (for those with adventurous palates). Serving up a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, Taling Chan Floating Market is another can’t-miss.   

 

Local Flavor

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

With bragging rights that include being home to more than 200 Michelin restaurants, Bangkok is truly one of the world’s top dining destinations. Topping our list: GAA, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up modern eclectic cuisine with global influences, and Baan, a Bib Gourmand restaurant specializing in classic Thai comfort food.

 

SPIRITS

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most amazing rooftop bars. For an unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view of the city, have a cocktail at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Standing 61-stories tall, Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok is another favorite, both for its amazing views and tasty cocktails.

 

STREET EATS

Ubiquitous as it may be, not all street food is created equal. For the best of the best, make your way to Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, where you can sample everything from salt-and-pepper noodles to fried scorpions (for those with adventurous palates). Serving up a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, Taling Chan Floating Market is another can’t-miss.   

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

With bragging rights that include being home to more than 200 Michelin restaurants, Bangkok is truly one of the world’s top dining destinations. Topping our list: GAA, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up modern eclectic cuisine with global influences, and Baan, a Bib Gourmand restaurant specializing in classic Thai comfort food.

 

SPIRITS

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most amazing rooftop bars. For an unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view of the city, have a cocktail at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Standing 61-stories tall, Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok is another favorite, both for its amazing views and tasty cocktails.

 

STREET EATS

Ubiquitous as it may be, not all street food is created equal. For the best of the best, make your way to Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, where you can sample everything from salt-and-pepper noodles to fried scorpions (for those with adventurous palates). Serving up a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, Taling Chan Floating Market is another can’t-miss.   

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

With bragging rights that include being home to more than 200 Michelin restaurants, Bangkok is truly one of the world’s top dining destinations. Topping our list: GAA, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up modern eclectic cuisine with global influences, and Baan, a Bib Gourmand restaurant specializing in classic Thai comfort food.

 

SPIRITS

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most amazing rooftop bars. For an unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view of the city, have a cocktail at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Standing 61-stories tall, Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok is another favorite, both for its amazing views and tasty cocktails.

 

STREET EATS

Ubiquitous as it may be, not all street food is created equal. For the best of the best, make your way to Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, where you can sample everything from salt-and-pepper noodles to fried scorpions (for those with adventurous palates). Serving up a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, Taling Chan Floating Market is another can’t-miss.   

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

With bragging rights that include being home to more than 200 Michelin restaurants, Bangkok is truly one of the world’s top dining destinations. Topping our list: GAA, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up modern eclectic cuisine with global influences, and Baan, a Bib Gourmand restaurant specializing in classic Thai comfort food.

 

SPIRITS

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most amazing rooftop bars. For an unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view of the city, have a cocktail at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Standing 61-stories tall, Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok is another favorite, both for its amazing views and tasty cocktails.

 

STREET EATS

Ubiquitous as it may be, not all street food is created equal. For the best of the best, make your way to Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, where you can sample everything from salt-and-pepper noodles to fried scorpions (for those with adventurous palates). Serving up a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, Taling Chan Floating Market is another can’t-miss.   

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

With bragging rights that include being home to more than 200 Michelin restaurants, Bangkok is truly one of the world’s top dining destinations. Topping our list: GAA, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up modern eclectic cuisine with global influences, and Baan, a Bib Gourmand restaurant specializing in classic Thai comfort food.

 

SPIRITS

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most amazing rooftop bars. For an unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view of the city, have a cocktail at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Standing 61-stories tall, Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok is another favorite, both for its amazing views and tasty cocktails.

 

STREET EATS

Ubiquitous as it may be, not all street food is created equal. For the best of the best, make your way to Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, where you can sample everything from salt-and-pepper noodles to fried scorpions (for those with adventurous palates). Serving up a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, Taling Chan Floating Market is another can’t-miss.   

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

With bragging rights that include being home to more than 200 Michelin restaurants, Bangkok is truly one of the world’s top dining destinations. Topping our list: GAA, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up modern eclectic cuisine with global influences, and Baan, a Bib Gourmand restaurant specializing in classic Thai comfort food.

 

SPIRITS

Thailand is home to some of the world’s most amazing rooftop bars. For an unrivaled 360-degree panoramic view of the city, have a cocktail at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar at Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Standing 61-stories tall, Moon Bar at Banyan Tree Bangkok is another favorite, both for its amazing views and tasty cocktails.

 

STREET EATS

Ubiquitous as it may be, not all street food is created equal. For the best of the best, make your way to Chinatown’s Yaowarat Road, where you can sample everything from salt-and-pepper noodles to fried scorpions (for those with adventurous palates). Serving up a smorgasbord of fresh seafood, Taling Chan Floating Market is another can’t-miss.   

 

A Closer Look
A Closer Look

A CLOSER LOOK

 

Go behind the scenes at our fashion shoots and see more of the extraordinary locations highlighted here

A CLOSER LOOK

 

Go behind the scenes at our fashion shoots and see more of the extraordinary locations highlighted here

A CLOSER LOOK

 

Go behind the scenes at our fashion shoots and see more of the extraordinary locations highlighted here

A CLOSER LOOK

 

Go behind the scenes at our fashion shoots and see more of the extraordinary locations highlighted here

A CLOSER LOOK

 

Go behind the scenes at our fashion shoots and see more of the extraordinary locations highlighted here

A CLOSER LOOK

 

Go behind the scenes at our fashion shoots and see more of the extraordinary locations highlighted here

A CLOSER LOOK

 

Go behind the scenes at our fashion shoots and see more of the extraordinary locations highlighted here

A CLOSER LOOK

 

Go behind the scenes at our fashion shoots and see more of the extraordinary locations highlighted here

A CLOSER LOOK

 

Go behind the scenes at our fashion shoots and see more of the extraordinary locations highlighted here

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FRESH, CASUAL-CHIC LOOKS FOR RELAXED BEACH DAYS

FRESH, CASUAL-CHIC LOOKS FOR RELAXED BEACH DAYS

Camilla

FOR YOUR BEACH GETAWAY

 

CAMILLA

 

The Sydney-based brand creates effortless, vibrant pieces inspired by Australia’s beaches and a sense of adventure—including exclusives just for you.

 

FOR YOUR BEACH GETAWAY

 

CAMILLA

 

The Sydney-based brand creates effortless, vibrant pieces inspired by Australia’s beaches and a sense of adventure—including exclusives just for you.

 

FOR YOUR BEACH GETAWAY

 

CAMILLA

 

The Sydney-based brand creates effortless, vibrant pieces inspired by Australia’s beaches and a sense of adventure—including exclusives just for you.

 

FOR YOUR BEACH GETAWAY

 

CAMILLA

 

The Sydney-based brand creates effortless, vibrant pieces inspired by Australia’s beaches and a sense of adventure—including exclusives just for you.

 

FOR YOUR BEACH GETAWAY

 

CAMILLA

 

The Sydney-based brand creates effortless, vibrant pieces inspired by Australia’s beaches and a sense of adventure—including exclusives just for you.

 

FOR YOUR BEACH GETAWAY

 

CAMILLA

 

The Sydney-based brand creates effortless, vibrant pieces inspired by Australia’s beaches and a sense of adventure—including exclusives just for you.

 

FOR YOUR BEACH GETAWAY

 

CAMILLA

 

The Sydney-based brand creates effortless, vibrant pieces inspired by Australia’s beaches and a sense of adventure—including exclusives just for you.

 

FOR YOUR BEACH GETAWAY

 

CAMILLA

 

The Sydney-based brand creates effortless, vibrant pieces inspired by Australia’s beaches and a sense of adventure—including exclusives just for you.

 

FOR YOUR BEACH GETAWAY

 

CAMILLA

 

The Sydney-based brand creates effortless, vibrant pieces inspired by Australia’s beaches and a sense of adventure—including exclusives just for you.

 

Travel Diary - Chiang Mai

From Bangkok, hop a short, one-hour flight to Thailand’s northern region for a serene escape shrouded in nature. In the jungle region of Chiang Mai, you’ll find some of the most beautiful temples in the country and ample opportunity to interact with wildlife at world-renowned sanctuaries. In the mood  for a little adventure? Glide through the treetops via zip line for a truly memorable point of view.

 

Located along the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort provides a luxurious landing pad at the end of the day. Those looking to stay off-the-beaten-path might consider Howie’s HomeStay, a boutique resort boasting five-star service and bespoke honeymoon experiences.

 

From Bangkok, hop a short, one-hour flight to Thailand’s northern region for a serene escape shrouded in nature. In the jungle region of Chiang Mai, you’ll find some of the most beautiful temples in the country and ample opportunity to interact with wildlife at world-renowned sanctuaries. In the mood  for a little adventure? Glide through the treetops via zip line for a truly memorable point of view.

 

Located along the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort provides a luxurious landing pad at the end of the day. Those looking to stay off-the-beaten-path might consider Howie’s HomeStay, a boutique resort boasting five-star service and bespoke honeymoon experiences.

 

From Bangkok, hop a short, one-hour flight to Thailand’s northern region for a serene escape shrouded in nature. In the jungle region of Chiang Mai, you’ll find some of the most beautiful temples in the country and ample opportunity to interact with wildlife at world-renowned sanctuaries. In the mood  for a little adventure? Glide through the treetops via zip line for a truly memorable point of view.

 

Located along the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort provides a luxurious landing pad at the end of the day. Those looking to stay off-the-beaten-path might consider Howie’s HomeStay, a boutique resort boasting five-star service and bespoke honeymoon experiences.

 

From Bangkok, hop a short, one-hour flight to Thailand’s northern region for a serene escape shrouded in nature. In the jungle region of Chiang Mai, you’ll find some of the most beautiful temples in the country and ample opportunity to interact with wildlife at world-renowned sanctuaries. In the mood  for a little adventure? Glide through the treetops via zip line for a truly memorable point of view.

 

Located along the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort provides a luxurious landing pad at the end of the day. Those looking to stay off-the-beaten-path might consider Howie’s HomeStay, a boutique resort boasting five-star service and bespoke honeymoon experiences.

 

From Bangkok, hop a short, one-hour flight to Thailand’s northern region for a serene escape shrouded in nature. In the jungle region of Chiang Mai, you’ll find some of the most beautiful temples in the country and ample opportunity to interact with wildlife at world-renowned sanctuaries. In the mood  for a little adventure? Glide through the treetops via zip line for a truly memorable point of view.

 

Located along the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort provides a luxurious landing pad at the end of the day. Those looking to stay off-the-beaten-path might consider Howie’s HomeStay, a boutique resort boasting five-star service and bespoke honeymoon experiences.

 

From Bangkok, hop a short, one-hour flight to Thailand’s northern region for a serene escape shrouded in nature. In the jungle region of Chiang Mai, you’ll find some of the most beautiful temples in the country and ample opportunity to interact with wildlife at world-renowned sanctuaries. In the mood  for a little adventure? Glide through the treetops via zip line for a truly memorable point of view.

 

Located along the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort provides a luxurious landing pad at the end of the day. Those looking to stay off-the-beaten-path might consider Howie’s HomeStay, a boutique resort boasting five-star service and bespoke honeymoon experiences.

 

From Bangkok, hop a short, one-hour flight to Thailand’s northern region for a serene escape shrouded in nature. In the jungle region of Chiang Mai, you’ll find some of the most beautiful temples in the country and ample opportunity to interact with wildlife at world-renowned sanctuaries. In the mood  for a little adventure? Glide through the treetops via zip line for a truly memorable point of view.

 

Located along the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort provides a luxurious landing pad at the end of the day. Those looking to stay off-the-beaten-path might consider Howie’s HomeStay, a boutique resort boasting five-star service and bespoke honeymoon experiences.

 

From Bangkok, hop a short, one-hour flight to Thailand’s northern region for a serene escape shrouded in nature. In the jungle region of Chiang Mai, you’ll find some of the most beautiful temples in the country and ample opportunity to interact with wildlife at world-renowned sanctuaries. In the mood  for a little adventure? Glide through the treetops via zip line for a truly memorable point of view.

 

Located along the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort provides a luxurious landing pad at the end of the day. Those looking to stay off-the-beaten-path might consider Howie’s HomeStay, a boutique resort boasting five-star service and bespoke honeymoon experiences.

 

From Bangkok, hop a short, one-hour flight to Thailand’s northern region for a serene escape shrouded in nature. In the jungle region of Chiang Mai, you’ll find some of the most beautiful temples in the country and ample opportunity to interact with wildlife at world-renowned sanctuaries. In the mood  for a little adventure? Glide through the treetops via zip line for a truly memorable point of view.

 

Located along the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort provides a luxurious landing pad at the end of the day. Those looking to stay off-the-beaten-path might consider Howie’s HomeStay, a boutique resort boasting five-star service and bespoke honeymoon experiences.

 

Travel Diary - Bangkok
Local Flavor

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, Chiang Mai has something for everyone. A perpetual crowd-pleaser, David’s Kitchen is a French-Thai fusion restaurant helmed by chefs formerly of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. A Chiang Mai institution, The Good View is a lively spot for multicultural cuisine and entertainment.  

 

SPIRITS

Fans of craft cocktails will find ample options throughout the city. Located just outside of Old Town, Drinksmith specializes in signature creations using local flavors and fruity house infusions. Part of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Service 1921 Bar & Restaurant occupies a restored colonial mansion that once served as the British Consulate.

 

STREET EATS

Sample all the region has to offer at one of the area’s many food stalls. Visit Warorot Market for regional dishes like Sai Ua (Chiang Mai sausage) and Khao Soi, a creamy curried noodle soup. For a broader range of cuisine, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese dishes, make your way to Chang Puak Gate.    

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, Chiang Mai has something for everyone. A perpetual crowd-pleaser, David’s Kitchen is a French-Thai fusion restaurant helmed by chefs formerly of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. A Chiang Mai institution, The Good View is a lively spot for multicultural cuisine and entertainment.  

 

SPIRITS

Fans of craft cocktails will find ample options throughout the city. Located just outside of Old Town, Drinksmith specializes in signature creations using local flavors and fruity house infusions. Part of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Service 1921 Bar & Restaurant occupies a restored colonial mansion that once served as the British Consulate.

 

STREET EATS

Sample all the region has to offer at one of the area’s many food stalls. Visit Warorot Market for regional dishes like Sai Ua (Chiang Mai sausage) and Khao Soi, a creamy curried noodle soup. For a broader range of cuisine, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese dishes, make your way to Chang Puak Gate.    

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, Chiang Mai has something for everyone. A perpetual crowd-pleaser, David’s Kitchen is a French-Thai fusion restaurant helmed by chefs formerly of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. A Chiang Mai institution, The Good View is a lively spot for multicultural cuisine and entertainment.  

 

SPIRITS

Fans of craft cocktails will find ample options throughout the city. Located just outside of Old Town, Drinksmith specializes in signature creations using local flavors and fruity house infusions. Part of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Service 1921 Bar & Restaurant occupies a restored colonial mansion that once served as the British Consulate.

 

STREET EATS

Sample all the region has to offer at one of the area’s many food stalls. Visit Warorot Market for regional dishes like Sai Ua (Chiang Mai sausage) and Khao Soi, a creamy curried noodle soup. For a broader range of cuisine, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese dishes, make your way to Chang Puak Gate.    

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, Chiang Mai has something for everyone. A perpetual crowd-pleaser, David’s Kitchen is a French-Thai fusion restaurant helmed by chefs formerly of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. A Chiang Mai institution, The Good View is a lively spot for multicultural cuisine and entertainment.  

 

SPIRITS

Fans of craft cocktails will find ample options throughout the city. Located just outside of Old Town, Drinksmith specializes in signature creations using local flavors and fruity house infusions. Part of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Service 1921 Bar & Restaurant occupies a restored colonial mansion that once served as the British Consulate.

 

STREET EATS

Sample all the region has to offer at one of the area’s many food stalls. Visit Warorot Market for regional dishes like Sai Ua (Chiang Mai sausage) and Khao Soi, a creamy curried noodle soup. For a broader range of cuisine, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese dishes, make your way to Chang Puak Gate.    

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, Chiang Mai has something for everyone. A perpetual crowd-pleaser, David’s Kitchen is a French-Thai fusion restaurant helmed by chefs formerly of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. A Chiang Mai institution, The Good View is a lively spot for multicultural cuisine and entertainment.  

 

SPIRITS

Fans of craft cocktails will find ample options throughout the city. Located just outside of Old Town, Drinksmith specializes in signature creations using local flavors and fruity house infusions. Part of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Service 1921 Bar & Restaurant occupies a restored colonial mansion that once served as the British Consulate.

 

STREET EATS

Sample all the region has to offer at one of the area’s many food stalls. Visit Warorot Market for regional dishes like Sai Ua (Chiang Mai sausage) and Khao Soi, a creamy curried noodle soup. For a broader range of cuisine, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese dishes, make your way to Chang Puak Gate.    

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, Chiang Mai has something for everyone. A perpetual crowd-pleaser, David’s Kitchen is a French-Thai fusion restaurant helmed by chefs formerly of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. A Chiang Mai institution, The Good View is a lively spot for multicultural cuisine and entertainment.  

 

SPIRITS

Fans of craft cocktails will find ample options throughout the city. Located just outside of Old Town, Drinksmith specializes in signature creations using local flavors and fruity house infusions. Part of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Service 1921 Bar & Restaurant occupies a restored colonial mansion that once served as the British Consulate.

 

STREET EATS

Sample all the region has to offer at one of the area’s many food stalls. Visit Warorot Market for regional dishes like Sai Ua (Chiang Mai sausage) and Khao Soi, a creamy curried noodle soup. For a broader range of cuisine, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese dishes, make your way to Chang Puak Gate.    

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, Chiang Mai has something for everyone. A perpetual crowd-pleaser, David’s Kitchen is a French-Thai fusion restaurant helmed by chefs formerly of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. A Chiang Mai institution, The Good View is a lively spot for multicultural cuisine and entertainment.  

 

SPIRITS

Fans of craft cocktails will find ample options throughout the city. Located just outside of Old Town, Drinksmith specializes in signature creations using local flavors and fruity house infusions. Part of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Service 1921 Bar & Restaurant occupies a restored colonial mansion that once served as the British Consulate.

 

STREET EATS

Sample all the region has to offer at one of the area’s many food stalls. Visit Warorot Market for regional dishes like Sai Ua (Chiang Mai sausage) and Khao Soi, a creamy curried noodle soup. For a broader range of cuisine, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese dishes, make your way to Chang Puak Gate.    

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, Chiang Mai has something for everyone. A perpetual crowd-pleaser, David’s Kitchen is a French-Thai fusion restaurant helmed by chefs formerly of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. A Chiang Mai institution, The Good View is a lively spot for multicultural cuisine and entertainment.  

 

SPIRITS

Fans of craft cocktails will find ample options throughout the city. Located just outside of Old Town, Drinksmith specializes in signature creations using local flavors and fruity house infusions. Part of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Service 1921 Bar & Restaurant occupies a restored colonial mansion that once served as the British Consulate.

 

STREET EATS

Sample all the region has to offer at one of the area’s many food stalls. Visit Warorot Market for regional dishes like Sai Ua (Chiang Mai sausage) and Khao Soi, a creamy curried noodle soup. For a broader range of cuisine, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese dishes, make your way to Chang Puak Gate.    

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

Home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, Chiang Mai has something for everyone. A perpetual crowd-pleaser, David’s Kitchen is a French-Thai fusion restaurant helmed by chefs formerly of Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi. A Chiang Mai institution, The Good View is a lively spot for multicultural cuisine and entertainment.  

 

SPIRITS

Fans of craft cocktails will find ample options throughout the city. Located just outside of Old Town, Drinksmith specializes in signature creations using local flavors and fruity house infusions. Part of Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, Service 1921 Bar & Restaurant occupies a restored colonial mansion that once served as the British Consulate.

 

STREET EATS

Sample all the region has to offer at one of the area’s many food stalls. Visit Warorot Market for regional dishes like Sai Ua (Chiang Mai sausage) and Khao Soi, a creamy curried noodle soup. For a broader range of cuisine, including Thai, Chinese, and Japanese dishes, make your way to Chang Puak Gate.    

 

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PLANNING YOUR TRIP

 

High Season (November–March)

A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.

 

 

Shoulder Season (April–June)

April to June is generally very hot and dry, with an average temperature in Bangkok of 80°. 

 

 

Low Season (Jul–Oct)

Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding. Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

 

PLANNING YOUR TRIP

 

High Season (November–March)

A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.

 

 

Shoulder Season (April–June)

April to June is generally very hot and dry, with an average temperature in Bangkok of 80°. 

 

 

Low Season (Jul–Oct)

Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding. Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

 

PLANNING YOUR TRIP

 

High Season (November–March)

A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.

 

 

Shoulder Season (April–June)

April to June is generally very hot and dry, with an average temperature in Bangkok of 80°. 

 

 

Low Season (Jul–Oct)

Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding. Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

 

PLANNING YOUR TRIP

 

High Season (November–March)

A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.

 

 

Shoulder Season (April–June)

April to June is generally very hot and dry, with an average temperature in Bangkok of 80°. 

 

 

Low Season (Jul–Oct)

Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding. Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

 

PLANNING YOUR TRIP

 

High Season (November–March)

A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.

 

 

Shoulder Season (April–June)

April to June is generally very hot and dry, with an average temperature in Bangkok of 80°. 

 

 

Low Season (Jul–Oct)

Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding. Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

 

PLANNING YOUR TRIP

 

High Season (November–March)

A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.

 

 

Shoulder Season (April–June)

April to June is generally very hot and dry, with an average temperature in Bangkok of 80°. 

 

 

Low Season (Jul–Oct)

Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding. Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

 

PLANNING YOUR TRIP

 

High Season (November–March)

A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.

 

 

Shoulder Season (April–June)

April to June is generally very hot and dry, with an average temperature in Bangkok of 80°. 

 

 

Low Season (Jul–Oct)

Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding. Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

 

PLANNING YOUR TRIP

 

High Season (November–March)

A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.

 

 

Shoulder Season (April–June)

April to June is generally very hot and dry, with an average temperature in Bangkok of 80°. 

 

 

Low Season (Jul–Oct)

Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding. Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

 

PLANNING YOUR TRIP

 

High Season (November–March)

A cool and dry season follows the monsoons, meaning the landscape is lush and temperatures are comfortable.

 

 

Shoulder Season (April–June)

April to June is generally very hot and dry, with an average temperature in Bangkok of 80°. 

 

 

Low Season (Jul–Oct)

Monsoon season ranges from afternoon showers to major flooding. Rain is usually in short, intense bursts.

 

Travel Diary - Phuket
Travel Diary - Phuket

 

 

No trip is complete without a stay in Thailand’s southern region. Lounge on white, sandy beaches, island hop throughout Phuket, and experience some of the best diving in the world. Should you manage to tear yourself away from the crystal-clear water, you can explore the land on a rainforest safari complete with tropical bird sightings and secluded waterfalls. 

 

One of the world’s most romantic destinations, Phuket has stunning beachfront resorts to spare. Overlooking the Andaman Sea, Amanpuri has been one of the area’s chicest properties for more than 30 years. Catering to those in search of true R&R, Rosewood Phuket specializes in comprehensive wellness retreats and alternative therapies.

 

 

No trip is complete without a stay in Thailand’s southern region. Lounge on white, sandy beaches, island hop throughout Phuket, and experience some of the best diving in the world. Should you manage to tear yourself away from the crystal-clear water, you can explore the land on a rainforest safari complete with tropical bird sightings and secluded waterfalls. 

 

One of the world’s most romantic destinations, Phuket has stunning beachfront resorts to spare. Overlooking the Andaman Sea, Amanpuri has been one of the area’s chicest properties for more than 30 years. Catering to those in search of true R&R, Rosewood Phuket specializes in comprehensive wellness retreats and alternative therapies.

No trip is complete without a stay in Thailand’s southern region. Lounge on white, sandy beaches, island hop throughout Phuket, and experience some of the best diving in the world. Should you manage to tear yourself away from the crystal-clear water, you can explore the land on a rainforest safari complete with tropical bird sightings and secluded waterfalls. 

 

One of the world’s most romantic destinations, Phuket has stunning beachfront resorts to spare. Overlooking the Andaman Sea, Amanpuri has been one of the area’s chicest properties for more than 30 years. Catering to those in search of true R&R, Rosewood Phuket specializes in comprehensive wellness retreats and alternative therapies.

 

 

No trip is complete without a stay in Thailand’s southern region. Lounge on white, sandy beaches, island hop throughout Phuket, and experience some of the best diving in the world. Should you manage to tear yourself away from the crystal-clear water, you can explore the land on a rainforest safari complete with tropical bird sightings and secluded waterfalls. 

 

One of the world’s most romantic destinations, Phuket has stunning beachfront resorts to spare. Overlooking the Andaman Sea, Amanpuri has been one of the area’s chicest properties for more than 30 years. Catering to those in search of true R&R, Rosewood Phuket specializes in comprehensive wellness retreats and alternative therapies.

No trip is complete without a stay in Thailand’s southern region. Lounge on white, sandy beaches, island hop throughout Phuket, and experience some of the best diving in the world. Should you manage to tear yourself away from the crystal-clear water, you can explore the land on a rainforest safari complete with tropical bird sightings and secluded waterfalls. 

 

One of the world’s most romantic destinations, Phuket has stunning beachfront resorts to spare. Overlooking the Andaman Sea, Amanpuri has been one of the area’s chicest properties for more than 30 years. Catering to those in search of true R&R, Rosewood Phuket specializes in comprehensive wellness retreats and alternative therapies.

 

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

For modern luxury with a touch of old-school cool, Siam Supper Club can’t be beat. Sip signature cocktails to a jazz soundtrack while perusing a menu featuring an interesting mix of Western fare and Thai delicacies. Looking for something truly out of the ordinary? Take a long-tail boat to one of the floating seafood restaurants next to Koh Maphrao.  

 

SPIRITS

Those looking for a relaxing nightcap will find just that at Tongkah Tin Syndicate at The Slate. The ambiance is dreamy and their handcrafted drinks are delicious. In search of a stunning sunset view? Baba Nest at Sri Panwa Hotel offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea and a romantic ambiance that’s perfect for couples. 

 

STREET EATS

Blending Indian, Malaysian, and Chinese influences, Southern Thailand boasts its own unique brand of cuisine. Get your fix of local specialties—oyster omelets, hot roti, hokkien noodles, etc.—on Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. For ultrafresh seafood, try Kathu Fresh Market, located between Patong and Phuket town. 

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

For modern luxury with a touch of old-school cool, Siam Supper Club can’t be beat. Sip signature cocktails to a jazz soundtrack while perusing a menu featuring an interesting mix of Western fare and Thai delicacies. Looking for something truly out of the ordinary? Take a long-tail boat to one of the floating seafood restaurants next to Koh Maphrao.  

 

SPIRITS

Those looking for a relaxing nightcap will find just that at Tongkah Tin Syndicate at The Slate. The ambiance is dreamy and their handcrafted drinks are delicious. In search of a stunning sunset view? Baba Nest at Sri Panwa Hotel offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea and a romantic ambiance that’s perfect for couples. 

 

STREET EATS

Blending Indian, Malaysian, and Chinese influences, Southern Thailand boasts its own unique brand of cuisine. Get your fix of local specialties—oyster omelets, hot roti, hokkien noodles, etc.—on Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. For ultrafresh seafood, try Kathu Fresh Market, located between Patong and Phuket town. 

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

For modern luxury with a touch of old-school cool, Siam Supper Club can’t be beat. Sip signature cocktails to a jazz soundtrack while perusing a menu featuring an interesting mix of Western fare and Thai delicacies. Looking for something truly out of the ordinary? Take a long-tail boat to one of the floating seafood restaurants next to Koh Maphrao.  

 

SPIRITS

Those looking for a relaxing nightcap will find just that at Tongkah Tin Syndicate at The Slate. The ambiance is dreamy and their handcrafted drinks are delicious. In search of a stunning sunset view? Baba Nest at Sri Panwa Hotel offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea and a romantic ambiance that’s perfect for couples. 

 

STREET EATS

Blending Indian, Malaysian, and Chinese influences, Southern Thailand boasts its own unique brand of cuisine. Get your fix of local specialties—oyster omelets, hot roti, hokkien noodles, etc.—on Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. For ultrafresh seafood, try Kathu Fresh Market, located between Patong and Phuket town. 

 

Local Flavor

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

For modern luxury with a touch of old-school cool, Siam Supper Club can’t be beat. Sip signature cocktails to a jazz soundtrack while perusing a menu featuring an interesting mix of Western fare and Thai delicacies. Looking for something truly out of the ordinary? Take a long-tail boat to one of the floating seafood restaurants next to Koh Maphrao.  

 

SPIRITS

Those looking for a relaxing nightcap will find just that at Tongkah Tin Syndicate at The Slate. The ambiance is dreamy and their handcrafted drinks are delicious. In search of a stunning sunset view? Baba Nest at Sri Panwa Hotel offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea and a romantic ambiance that’s perfect for couples. 

 

STREET EATS

Blending Indian, Malaysian, and Chinese influences, Southern Thailand boasts its own unique brand of cuisine. Get your fix of local specialties—oyster omelets, hot roti, hokkien noodles, etc.—on Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. For ultrafresh seafood, try Kathu Fresh Market, located between Patong and Phuket town. 

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

For modern luxury with a touch of old-school cool, Siam Supper Club can’t be beat. Sip signature cocktails to a jazz soundtrack while perusing a menu featuring an interesting mix of Western fare and Thai delicacies. Looking for something truly out of the ordinary? Take a long-tail boat to one of the floating seafood restaurants next to Koh Maphrao.  

 

SPIRITS

Those looking for a relaxing nightcap will find just that at Tongkah Tin Syndicate at The Slate. The ambiance is dreamy and their handcrafted drinks are delicious. In search of a stunning sunset view? Baba Nest at Sri Panwa Hotel offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea and a romantic ambiance that’s perfect for couples. 

 

STREET EATS

Blending Indian, Malaysian, and Chinese influences, Southern Thailand boasts its own unique brand of cuisine. Get your fix of local specialties—oyster omelets, hot roti, hokkien noodles, etc.—on Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. For ultrafresh seafood, try Kathu Fresh Market, located between Patong and Phuket town. 

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

For modern luxury with a touch of old-school cool, Siam Supper Club can’t be beat. Sip signature cocktails to a jazz soundtrack while perusing a menu featuring an interesting mix of Western fare and Thai delicacies. Looking for something truly out of the ordinary? Take a long-tail boat to one of the floating seafood restaurants next to Koh Maphrao.  

 

SPIRITS

Those looking for a relaxing nightcap will find just that at Tongkah Tin Syndicate at The Slate. The ambiance is dreamy and their handcrafted drinks are delicious. In search of a stunning sunset view? Baba Nest at Sri Panwa Hotel offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea and a romantic ambiance that’s perfect for couples. 

 

STREET EATS

Blending Indian, Malaysian, and Chinese influences, Southern Thailand boasts its own unique brand of cuisine. Get your fix of local specialties—oyster omelets, hot roti, hokkien noodles, etc.—on Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. For ultrafresh seafood, try Kathu Fresh Market, located between Patong and Phuket town. 

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

For modern luxury with a touch of old-school cool, Siam Supper Club can’t be beat. Sip signature cocktails to a jazz soundtrack while perusing a menu featuring an interesting mix of Western fare and Thai delicacies. Looking for something truly out of the ordinary? Take a long-tail boat to one of the floating seafood restaurants next to Koh Maphrao.  

 

SPIRITS

Those looking for a relaxing nightcap will find just that at Tongkah Tin Syndicate at The Slate. The ambiance is dreamy and their handcrafted drinks are delicious. In search of a stunning sunset view? Baba Nest at Sri Panwa Hotel offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea and a romantic ambiance that’s perfect for couples. 

 

STREET EATS

Blending Indian, Malaysian, and Chinese influences, Southern Thailand boasts its own unique brand of cuisine. Get your fix of local specialties—oyster omelets, hot roti, hokkien noodles, etc.—on Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. For ultrafresh seafood, try Kathu Fresh Market, located between Patong and Phuket town. 

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

For modern luxury with a touch of old-school cool, Siam Supper Club can’t be beat. Sip signature cocktails to a jazz soundtrack while perusing a menu featuring an interesting mix of Western fare and Thai delicacies. Looking for something truly out of the ordinary? Take a long-tail boat to one of the floating seafood restaurants next to Koh Maphrao.  

 

SPIRITS

Those looking for a relaxing nightcap will find just that at Tongkah Tin Syndicate at The Slate. The ambiance is dreamy and their handcrafted drinks are delicious. In search of a stunning sunset view? Baba Nest at Sri Panwa Hotel offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea and a romantic ambiance that’s perfect for couples. 

 

STREET EATS

Blending Indian, Malaysian, and Chinese influences, Southern Thailand boasts its own unique brand of cuisine. Get your fix of local specialties—oyster omelets, hot roti, hokkien noodles, etc.—on Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. For ultrafresh seafood, try Kathu Fresh Market, located between Patong and Phuket town. 

 

LOCAL FLAVOR

 

 

SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS

For modern luxury with a touch of old-school cool, Siam Supper Club can’t be beat. Sip signature cocktails to a jazz soundtrack while perusing a menu featuring an interesting mix of Western fare and Thai delicacies. Looking for something truly out of the ordinary? Take a long-tail boat to one of the floating seafood restaurants next to Koh Maphrao.  

 

SPIRITS

Those looking for a relaxing nightcap will find just that at Tongkah Tin Syndicate at The Slate. The ambiance is dreamy and their handcrafted drinks are delicious. In search of a stunning sunset view? Baba Nest at Sri Panwa Hotel offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea and a romantic ambiance that’s perfect for couples. 

 

STREET EATS

Blending Indian, Malaysian, and Chinese influences, Southern Thailand boasts its own unique brand of cuisine. Get your fix of local specialties—oyster omelets, hot roti, hokkien noodles, etc.—on Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town. For ultrafresh seafood, try Kathu Fresh Market, located between Patong and Phuket town. 

 

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Need a little help planning your postcard-perfect trip? AUDLEY TRAVEL specializes in designing trips tailored to your tastes and interests, introducing you to places and experiences that others might miss. 

Need a little help planning your postcard-perfect trip? AUDLEY TRAVEL specializes in designing trips tailored to your tastes and interests, introducing you to places and experiences that others might miss. 

Need a little help planning your postcard-perfect trip? AUDLEY TRAVEL specializes in designing trips tailored to your tastes and interests, introducing you to places and experiences that others might miss

Curated in partnership with Tourism Authority of Thailand.

Curated in partnership with Tourism Authority of Thailand.

Curated in partnership with Tourism Authority of Thailand.