9 riverside spots you absolutely cannot miss this Loy Krathong

| Coconuts Bangkok x River Festival 2018 | This is Loy Krathong goals.

Resort worker loses arm to washing machine

An employee working in the laundry at Amornpan Resort in Rayong had his lower arm ripped off when it became stuck in an...

Resort worker loses arm to washing machine

Politics, Policies and Parades: Future Forward takes message to BKK voters (PHOTOS)

Future Forward Party prime ministerial candidate Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit finished a promising second place in a...

Politics, Policies and Parades: Future Forward takes message to BKK voters (PHOTOS)

Malls and stores nationwide will halt plastic use on Dec. 4 for Thailand’s environmental day

Malls and stores all over Thailand will not use plastic bags on National Environmental Day, which falls on Dec. 4, in...

Malls and stores nationwide will halt plastic use on Dec. 4 for Thailand’s environmental day

After four months, Thai authorities retrieve ship in fatal Phuket capsizing

A ship that capsized in July off the coast of Thailand’s tourist hotspot Phuket — leaving dozens of Chinese...

After four months, Thai authorities retrieve ship in fatal Phuket capsizing
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Join us for Coconuts Colloquium #2: Bangkok’s Food Scene

You’re invited to the second ever Coconuts Colloquium!

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Enjoy a sophisticated night overlooking Bangkok with your favorite cocktail in hand at Zook rooftop bar!

| Coconuts Bangkok x Zazz Urban Bangkok | Just the right place to celebrate the festive season.

Sokha Beach Resort’s overwater bungalows are an upscale option in backpacker haven Sihanoukville

HeadRock VR is Singapore’s first virtual reality ‘theme park’ with 11 rides in Sentosa

The Mast’ is where you can watch cheese made on the spot, then nibble on mozzarella and burrata

Two Times the Talent? Michelin winners revealed for 2019 Bangkok guide, number of starred entries doubled

Review: Grand Cafe 1919, the restaurant that resurrected an abandoned colonial-era building in Manila’s Chinatown

Candles in Moonlight: Here’s a look at Loy Krathong traditions around Thailand

No kawaii coffee here: Ekkamai’s Phil Coffee Company is one of Bangkok’s best roasters and specialty cafes

The Coconuts taste test: We try 7 bubble tea brands to find the best brown sugar pearl milk in Singapore

Lombok’s Hotel Tugu: An affordable, artsy stay with spiritual touches and romantic lotus pond dining

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Coconuts TV explores the untold stories of Asia through the lens of video. We produce ongoing shows in several content verticals including food and travel, but our main focus is news reports and mini documentaries.

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Coconuts Bangkok

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.