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Nightlife Sky Bar, Bangkok

Perched atop Bangkok's second highest tower, the open-air, neon-lit Sky Bar juts out 64 floors above this urban sprawl, making it the ideal watering hole for... more

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Nightlife Q Bar, Bangkok

The venerable institution on the Bangkok scene and sister to the Saigon original boasts a somewhat notorious reputation—"working ladies" have, on occasion,... more

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Nightlife Patpong, Bangkok

Though synonymous with seedy red-light activities, Patpong in recent years has attracted a small number of upscale, comparatively wholesome establishments.... more

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Nightlife Nest, Bangkok

Perched atop an otherwise unmemorable boutique hotel, Bangkoks newest evening indulgence makes a lasting impression from late morning to well past the sexy... more

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Nightlife Met Bar, Bangkok

Originally a London import, this low-lit lounge is known for distinctly indigenous delights like the tom yumtini (an alcoholic take on the popular Thai soup... more

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Nightlife Bar Su, Bangkok

Tourists keep this orange-and-red-neon–lit, geodesic-inspired nightclub jumping, but just enough fashionable locals drop by to give the circular bar an... more

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Shop Thai Silk, Bangkok

Ever since American adventurer and architect Jim Thompson, put Thai silk on the map, Bangkok has enjoyed a bustling trade in the sumptuous fabric and silk... more

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Shop Thai Home Industries, Bangkok

Located in a classic Thai house in the shadow of the Oriental Hotel, this 50-year-old shop sits beneath an elegant upturned roof with mirrored shingles. The... more

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Shop Thai Celadon, Bangkok

The translucent green pottery developed in China 2,000 years ago to imitate jade has become synonymous with Thai dining and design. According to legend,... more

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Shop Suan Lum Night Bazaar, Bangkok

After-hours bargain hunters unearth endless treasures amid the kitsch in the night market's 35 acres of shops. Wide, covered walkways and the occasional... more

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Shop S J International Joaillier, Bangkok

SJ International has achieved worldwide recognition in its 20 years for its good-value gems and jewelry (sapphires, diamonds, rubies, and emeralds are just a... more

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Shop Siam Square, Bangkok

This veritable shopping sprawl stretches across central Bangkok from Rama 1 Road to Chulalongkorn University and from Phayathai Road to Henri Dunant Road.... more

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Shop Siam Discovery Center, Bangkok

Head to the fourth floor of this indoor mall across from Siam Square to check out Thai interior design. Quirky Propaganda features homewares designed around the... more

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Shop Oriental Art of Living, Bangkok

Small, almost souvenir-size antiquities from around the region (China, Thailand, Vietnam) fill the street-facing ground floor of this cavernous gallery between... more

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Shop Narai Phand, Bangkok

An excellent alternative to the madness of Chatuchak Market, this handicrafts center across the street from the Central World Plaza is backed by the Thai... more

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Shop Enlever Ses Vêtements, Bangkok

No advertising was necessary when this sparse boutique opened along Bangkok's most popular traffic shortcut, known as the Green Line. Cars cruise past at a... more

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Shop Chatuchak Weekend Market, Bangkok

Hop the extremely efficient MRT underground rail to Bangkok's famous weekend market but do not get off at Chatuchak Park Station. Exit instead at Kamphaeng Phet... more

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See + Do Prasart Museum, Bangkok

This teakwood house is an exact replica of the former queen's house and much of the museum's Thai art and antiques come from the royal collection. Located on... more

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See + Do Wat Pho, Bangkok

Just south of the Grand Palace complex near the Tha Chang pier, this temple, which was also Thailand's first public education center, was originally built by... more

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See + Do Pak Klong Talaad (Flower Market), Bangkok

The buying and selling frenzy at this market starts around 2 am when boats on the Chao Phraya River begin to dock with a cornucopia of fresh cut flowers,... more

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See + Do M.R. Kukrit's Historical House, Bangkok

Former Thai prime minister Mom Rajawongse Kukrit Pramoj lovingly assembled these five traditional teak stilt houses over the course of 20 years. Ceramics,... more

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See + Do Boat Trips, Bangkok

Whether by public ferry or private water taxi, leisurely cruises down the Chao Phraya River guarantee great views. Better yet, get off the river and explore... more

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See + Do Ayutthaya, Bangkok

For 417 years, this ancient city was the capital of the Kingdom of Ayutthaya, whose territory once extended beyond present-day Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar.... more

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See + Do Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaeo, Bangkok

One of Thailand's most impressive sights: 54 acres featuring a collection of palatial buildings, golden stupas, sculpted nine-foot demons, and richly ornamented... more

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