PART 2: THE 48 HOUR BANGKOK GUIDE, WHERE TO EAT

In part one of my 48 hours in Bangkok guide, I talked about my travel essentials and how to make most of your short stay in the city. Part two covers where to stay and the new foodie joints in Bangkok so you’ll feel a little more like a local, through sampling the cuisines that have influenced the local culture. Read…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: GAA

Anticipating that Asia’s best restaurant, an Indian fusion joint named Gaggan would be closing in the next few years, my boyfriend and I thought it would be a great opportunity to book a table during our trip to Bangkok. Even though we weren’t able to secure one, there was no reason to fret. Just opposite, is the nine month old chic…
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PART 1: THE 48 HOUR BANGKOK GUIDE

Okay, so I actually spent a week in Bangkok but 72 hours were spent at the most epic resort wedding ever and two of the days were cut short from travelling. With really only 48 hours for my boyfriend and I to explore, I’ve put together a short guide on what to do and all of the essentials you need…
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TEA AT KONA, TAJ 51 BUCKINGHAM GATE

  Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites and Residences is a historical building with more heritage than an episode of Antiques Roadshow. And it’s just a five minutes walk from Victoria station. But what really makes this property so different from most London hotels, is that it could make a first-time tourist feel as if they were really living in the…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: SERGE ET LA PHOQUE

A review of Serge et la Phoque restaurant in London The first time I walked into Serge et la Phoque was in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Through half moon velvet curtains and right in the middle of the restaurant was a bucket and rags on the floor. They had a leaky ceiling. The shabby chic refinement and the notably young…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: SAKE NO HANA

Full disclosure: before writing this post, I asked my girlfriends if there was any point in reporting on a restaurant that I wouldn’t return to for food. They said yes – so here we are, my review of Sake No Hana. Now, before you click away from this post or write off this Mayfair sibling of Hakkasan, it’s worth reading…
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