Thai businessman buys Oxford United football club

League One side Oxford United have announced that Thai businessman Sumrith “Tiger” Thanakarnjanasuth is their new majority shareholder and chairman, becoming the...

Yum On Over: More delights to please your palate at Yum Fest

We sure are getting yummed up at the Coconuts office this week. Our messenger has been blowing up as the city’s top...

Yum On Over: More delights to please your palate at Yum Fest

Chinese tourist dies from rooftop fall after party at luxury Thai island pool villa

A Chinese tourist on vacation in Phuket died in what appears to have been a deadly rooftop plunge after a late-night...

Chinese tourist dies from rooftop fall after party at luxury Thai island pool villa

All the malls scheduled to open in Bangkok in the next 5 years

It’s no secret that shopping and strolling around in an air-conditioned space is a Thai national pastime, so it makes...

All the malls scheduled to open in Bangkok in the next 5 years

Japanese Begpackers: The virus is spreading as Asians get in on the act

Yesterday, in a rural part of Isaan, something strange was spotted by by local police. Adding a new dimension to the...

Japanese Begpackers: The virus is spreading as Asians get in on the act
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Get ready to gorge at YUM FEST BANGKOK Presented by Coconuts

Foodies and fatties rejoice as Coconuts is planning a food festival to showcase all we love about the city’s vibrant food scene — from Thai food to fusion to burgers and beyond. Hosted by the riverside at The Jam Factory, the weekend-long event will be much more than a place to grab a snack. We ...

Check out these can’t-miss musicians coming to this year’s Jakarta International BNI Java Jazz Festival (March 2-4)

This video of five fit friends paddleboarding around the Thai islands is goals

There’s a scarily authentic Singapore kopitiam in Sapporo that sells Tiger Beer, chicken rice, mee goreng and more

Hidden Cities: Top Instagrammers snap stunning shots of Jakarta’s least visited locales (PHOTOS)

Hidden Cities: Top Instagrammers snap stunning shots of Singapore’s least visited locales (PHOTOS)

Hidden Cities: Top Instagrammers snap stunning shots of KL’s least visited locales (PHOTOS)

Hidden Cities: Top Instagrammers snap stunning shots of Manila’s least visited locales (PHOTOS)

OMNIA Dayclub just opened on the cliffs of Uluwatu and it looks like paradise on earth

Uzbekistan to lift visa restrictions for Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia this Saturday

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Coconuts is life in Bangkok for expats and English-speaking Thais. We cover every happening, controversy and social media scandal that the city can conjure up. When you think of what’s happening in Bangkok, think of us. We’re so much more than your staid daily newspaper or your boring food blog, we offer insight and edge that you can’t get anywhere else. At Coconuts, we’re not afraid to say what’s really happening, and what’s really on our collective minds. Haters be damned! When you need to know about every must-try dish, must-sip drink, must-hear band, and must-visit shop in Bangkok, Coconuts has you covered. From the coolest craft beer brewers to the hippest bespoke cocktail bars to the location of every fattening food truck, we’ve got you covered. And when it’s time to buy bigger clothes after too many Daniel Thaiger burgers or find the best Thai hangover cure after a few too many Siam mojitos, we’ve got you there as well. When it’s not time to eat and drink (really, is that anytime in Bangkok?) we offer the edgiest photo-essays, the most thought-provoking features, and around-the-clock breaking news coverage that stretches all the way from Pathum Thani to the Chao Phraya riverside and back again. We’ll take you from the city’s literal and figurative underground dens of deviance and vice to the very top of the most hi-so sky bar that the city has to offer. Feel like touching the stars, anyone? If so, look no further than Coconuts Bangkok.