A scary museum and a sky-high bar could drive you to a tasty drink.
Bangkok is a city with a rich culinary heritage, and you can barely find a decent meal at its airport.
Its five spires look white, but as you get closer you realise every surface is covered with shards of broken pottery.
We sit down with a perfectly crafted flat white and coconut meringue tart.
A drink or swim on the rooftop of this recent addition to Bangkok's hotel scene is a must.
The Anantara brand is expanding and the Thai chain's owner wanted to create a flagship property in the heart of Bangkok.
This is my first time flying Airbus' much-vaunted rival to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
Cuisine drives this city, and as the sun bakes furiously, locals toil over woks and grills from morning 'til night, creating the most heavenly street food on earth. By night, markets spill out onto streets and this enthralling city's famous nightlife springs into action. Mega-malls, hotels and temples sprawl from the city's lifeline, the Chao Praya river; a spectacle within itself.