This year Bangkok and Thailand have experienced one of the biggest floods ever. It caused a lot of damaged to the affected area. And mental damaged to people in the areas that has not been affect. Bangkok city center is pretty much dry and probably safe from flood (I'm crossing my fingers). Still there are huge amounts of water north of Bangkok city center. Thanks to the government, BMA, and the army blocking the waters to drain out through all the rivers and canals. Let's hope the water drains fast!
Arriving at the spacious dark toned dinning space reminded me of a classy venue one would expect from a 5 star hotel, when actually the Water Library is set at a shopping mall that is mostly tutor sch more..
Passing by the Taksin BTS station, one of the dominant buildings I’d see is the Shangri la. I always wonder about this place. It occupies one of the biggest area alongside the Chaopraya River. I more..
Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Hosts pre-Christmas Dinner for Media
Mr. Thomas Christiansen, General Manager, Grand Millennium Sukhumvit (3rd right) recently hosted a pre-Christmas dinner prepared by more..
At the terrace by the Chaopraya River a cool breeze made me think of the last time I was here at Sambal about a year ago. Nothing much has change, the same ambiance and the beautiful river view. more..
Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Runs Flood Relief Campaign
Mr. Thomas Christiansen, General Manager, Grand Millennium Sukhumvit (centre) has recently launched an internal campaign to help raise fund f more..
Located at 8th floor of Grand Center Point Service Apartment on Rajdamri road. RarinJinda Bangkok is a branch from RarinJinda Chiang mai. We were greeted by Khun Em the young and outgoing, Assis more..
Hidden in the lush tropical garden of Anantara Hua Hin. From outside it seemed like a small and humble spa. In the reception we were greeted by the spa manager. After being seated we were served a r more..