Chef Garth Welsh on the best places to at and where to have a big night out in Koh Samui.
In Thailand’s capital, there are places that are rarely seen by tourists.
Like stepping into old world Bangkok, this tranquil hideaway makes the hustle and bustle outside melt away.
This has quickly become the capital of cool in this sticky Asian metropolis.
Larger seats and great service makes Thai is a formidable choice on this popular route.
The Wet Bar is the perfect spot for a sunset drink or three.
For a tranquil, low-key tropical beach break, look no further.
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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.