Thailand is well known as a tourist magnet, but some things will surprise you when you first visit.
A scary museum and a sky-high bar could drive you to a tasty drink.
Captain America's head is hanging from a tree. Neo from the Matrix is teaming up with Batman and, inexplicably, Michael Jackson, to fight evil while Freddy Krueger looks on.
Chiang Mai is a feast for the senses. But try to avoid visiting in March or April.
This restaurant's chef is described as an artist with the heart of a farmer.
An electrifying revolution is happening on Thailand's waterways.
The menu lets fresh ingredients sing, particularly with liberal use of aromatic herbs, added as a necessity, not an afterthought.
While mountains, rivers and lush green rice fields dominate the north, to its centre, Buddhist monks in saffron-coloured robes sashay through glittering temples barely visible atop misty mountains. In the south, hedonism rules. Sun-loving tourists flock to island beaches set among limestone mountains to party or purge. Dive into this intoxicating yet fun-loving country; the culinary king of Asia.