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  • Wat Arun, Bangkok, Thailand Wat Arun, Bangkok, Thailand

    Great Shot! Travel Thailand in 12 Photos

    With varying landscapes and sceneries, Thailand is a paradise for tourist regardless of your interest. A city slicker would certainly feel at home in Bangkok while beach lovers will be spoilt for choice. To show you what I mean here are pictures submitted through travel 3sixty° Photoblog that demonstrates what Thailand has to offer.

    Compiled by: Abby Yao

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  • Sea underwater restaurant Sea underwater restaurant

    Mind-Blowing Bars

    Quirky and fabulous, these one-of-a-kind bars offer so much more than great mojitos.

    Words: Keeta Brennan

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  • Hoi An Hoi An

    10 Towns and Cities for Scenic Escapes

    Wanderers, take note. Here are 10 towns and cities in Asia that you may not have heard of yet.

    Compiled by Abby Yao

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  • Chinese opera performance at the Chow Su Kong Shrine in Bangkok Chinese opera performance at the Chow Su Kong Shrine in Bangkok

    Fathoming the Opera

    Thailand’s Chinese community continues to hold firm to its traditional arts, and none is more famous than the Chinese opera – one of the oldest performing arts in the world.

    Words & Photography: Jack Kurtz

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  • Exterior, Pathumwan Princess Hotel Exterior, Pathumwan Princess Hotel

    Pathumwan Princess Hotel

    If you like your business mixed with a generous dollop of pleasure, then Pathumwan Princess Hotel in the heart of Bangkok is just the place for you. This sleek and strategically located hotel, connected to the National Stadium BTS skytrain station via the eight-storey high MBK Center, offers easy access to some of the city’s most popular shopping hotspots, as well as all the comforts you’d expect from a distinguished city hotel.

    Words: Beverly Rodrigues

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  • Grande Centre Point Hotel Ploenchit lobby Grande Centre Point Hotel Ploenchit lobby

    Grande Centre Point Hotel Ploenchit

    In a city like Bangkok, it pays to stay in a hotel in the heart of the action. My base for a recent Bangkok weekend was the Grande Centre Point Hotel Ploenchit, a newly-refurbished 31-storey hotel along tree-lined Wireless Road. In a city that never sleeps, location is everything. I was fortunate the hotel was situated in upmarket Ploenchit and close to the main shopping and entertainment hubs of Siam Square, Ratchaprasong, Sukhumvit and Silom.

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan

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  • Swimming pool, The Landmark Bangkok Swimming pool, The Landmark Bangkok

    The Landmark Bangkok

    Some 27 years ago, this was one of the first hotels to open on Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok, just metres away from Nana BTS Station. Perhaps the owners foresaw the future by naming it The Landmark Bangkok because this property is truly a landmark in the city, not only because of its location, but also because of its enduring legacy and endearing charm.

    Words: R. Rajendra

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