Tag Archive: Thailand

September 23, 2016   /   by Ari Struhl   /   , , , , , , ,

6 Delicious Dishes at Dean & Deluca For Food Lovers

6 Delicious Dishes at Dean & Deluca For Food Lovers

One of Asia’s major international hubs, Bangkok has been growing, especially with the many available international cuisines across the city. But there’s one delicious spot has made a name for itself among locals and foreigners alike. Originally from the streets of New York (circa 1977) is one of Bangkok’s favourite gourmet cafes and markets: Dean & Deluca. […]

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September 17, 2016   /   by Ari Struhl   /   , , , , , , , , , , ,

Discover with Amari Host: 5 Must-Eat Spots in Chinatown

Discover with Amari Host: 5 Must-Eat Spots in Chinatown

Welcome back to the second episode of Discover with Amari Host! Pear, the Amari Host at Amari Watergate Bangkok, returns to take us on a food tour in Chinatown. Each Amari Hotel has an Amari Host, a friendly helping hand whose job is to welcome all guests. Destination guides, travel tips and super problem-solving skills: there’s nothing […]

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November 18, 2015   /   by Ankita Sodhia   /   , , ,

Introducing Amari Residences Pattaya

Introducing Amari Residences Pattaya

New Serviced Residences on Pattaya’s Block It’s safe to say it’s a busy end of the year at Amari. In addition to the opening of Amari Havodda Maldives on 15 January 2016 and announcing pre-opening offers for Amari Koh Samui re-opening on 1 April 2016, we’re pleased to introduce the newest member of our family […]

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May 8, 2015   /   by Ankita Sodhia   /   , , ,

#DiscoverAmari: The Grand Palace and Wat Arun Bangkok, Thailand

#DiscoverAmari: The Grand Palace and Wat Arun Bangkok, Thailand

Team #DiscoverAmari spent a sunny Sunday morning exploring Bangkok’s historical royal landmark the Grand Palace complex and the impressive Wat Arun temple just across the river from the complex. Located just 30 minutes from the Amari Watergate Bangkok hotel, it’s a great way to spend half a day getting a glimpse into Thailand’s rich cultural […]

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November 28, 2014   /   by Barbara Woolsey   /   , , , , , , , , ,

Hip Hip Hooray: Bangkok Art Galleries Guide

Hip Hip Hooray: Bangkok Art Galleries Guide

Believe it or not, Bangkok’s arts scene has never been more dynamite. In recent years, the Thai capital has mushroomed over with new galleries, studios and creative spaces and lately, there seems to be gatherings and new exhibition openings on a weekly basis. So far these happenings are a well-kept secret by Bangkok’s in-the-know locals, […]

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Top 5 Things to Do in Hua Hin

Top 5 Things to do in Hua Hin I’m a Bangkok expat totally obsessed with Hua Hin. After an exhausting week of cramming into the Skytrain and fighting through shopping malls, there’s honestly nothing better than getting out of dodge and hitting the beach. Hua Hin is a sleepy but charming seaside town ripe with activities […]

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August 14, 2014   /   by Barbara Woolsey   /   , , , , ,

The Best Burgers in Bangkok

The Best Burgers in Bangkok

Believe it or not, Bangkok’s got a serious obsession over patties and buns. In only the last couple years, the city’s become more perfectly covered in gourmet burger joints than a slice of Swiss cheese on sirloin. There is a burger for every appetite, craving or mood in this meaty paradise – so where exactly […]

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July 24, 2014   /   by Diana Edelman   /   , , ,

5 Cultural Tips for Visiting Thailand

5 Cultural Tips for Visiting Thailand

The “Land of Smiles” is enchanting. Thailand is a country filled with beauty, wonder, culture and religion. It is unlike that of the western world, and adheres to different standards and cultural norms. Without a doubt, this country will leave a mark on you well after your visit. However, it is important that people coming […]

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Top 5 Things to Do in Koh Samui

  Top 5 Things to Do in Koh Samui Sure, Koh Samui is known for its lush beaches and soft white sand. And, no trip to this island is complete without experiencing a dip into the Gulf of Thailand from our private beach. But, there is more to this tropical paradise than just the beach […]

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April 16, 2014   /   by Diana Edelman   /   , , , ,

Shop ‘Til You Drop: The Bangkok Market Guide

Shop ‘Til You Drop: The Bangkok Market Guide

There is no place like Bangkok to shop. With massive shopping malls in Sukhumvit to street stalls hawking the latest knock-offs, getting the baht out in Thailand’s capital is an intoxicating and fun experience. No place is this more true than in the many markets the city offers. From the small alley-way markets to the […]

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Tips for Celebrating Songkran in Thailand

In Thailand, there are two New Year celebrations – one on 31 December and then one in April. But, the celebration in April isn’t what you’d imagine. Fireworks, a countdown, a night of partying and being with a special someone isn’t the name of the game. Instead, the Thai New Year celebration – known as […]

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Krabi is one of NY Times 52 Places to Go in 2014

Krabi was recently covered by the New York Times as one of their 52 Places to Go in 2014 (found here). So we thought it was the perfect opportunity to cover what we love about the destination, as well as some of our hand-picked recommendations on what to do should you decide to take the […]

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Best Fine Dining Restaurants in Thailand – Tripadvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards 2013

Thailand offers a diverse range of dining options and whilst it’s predominantly renowned for authentic street food favourites such as Pad Thai and Som Tam, to Moo Ping (Pork Skewers) and Mango Sticky Rice. If you’re looking for the best fine dining experiences, The Land of Smiles certainly doesn’t disappoint either! With plenty of outstanding […]

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November 7, 2013   /   by Ankita Sodhia   /   , , , ,

Loy Krathong and Yi Peng Festival 2013

Loy Krathong and Yi Peng Festival 2013

Loy Krathong and Yi Peng are fast approaching, so we thought we’d go over the two festivals, what’s similar and different between them, and then let you know where the festivities will take place so you can join in! Some reports initially suggested that the celebrations would be cancelled due to the death of the late […]

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Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day in Thailand – Where should you celebrate?

The Chinese New Year is a time for families to come together and reconcile by forgetting all grudges, and celebrating the themes of happiness, wealth, and longevity. In addition to making amends – feasts abound as do fireworks. But where should you celebrate the Year of the Rabbit on February 3rd? Head to the Beach Why […]

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