Coconuts Colloquiums, part deux: Bangkok’s food scene – the good, the bad, the ugly (PHOTOS)

We put on another Colloquium in Bangkok last week — the second edition of our new(ish) event series that patches together elements of a panel discussion, Happy Hour, and casual Coconuts-flavored meetup. It’s our own little Frankenstein of what we wish after-work events would look like, and we’ve been chuffed to chat with all the ...

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Mahanakhon Skywalk: We tried Bangkok’s highest glass skywalk, and it’s a terrifying thrill

Mahanakhon Skywalk: We tried Bangkok’s highest glass skywalk, and it’s a terrifying thrill

A glass skywalk that would make most of us squeal in terror has become the latest attraction of Bangkok. At 310 meters high, with glass flooring extending over the edge of King...

Daddy & The Muscle Academy: Siam boutique serves up butterbeer, fortune telling booth, and cool Thai designer threads

Daddy & The Muscle Academy: Siam boutique serves up butterbeer, fortune telling booth, and cool Thai designer threads

Daddy & The Muscle Academy seems to call out from across Siam Square. Despite being in the dead center of Thailand’s hipster paradise — where each store, tea shop, and...

Pipit Banglamphoo Street Art project placed murals around old town with govt support [PHOTOS]

Pipit Banglamphoo Street Art project placed murals around old town with govt support [PHOTOS]

The Pipit Banglamphoo Street Art project placed nine murals around old town in neighborhoods not often visited by those who don’t reside there. It’s one of the first such...

Hostel Urby in Chinatown has great, upscale dorms — but its rooftop cocktail bar by the river is the real draw

Hostel Urby in Chinatown has great, upscale dorms — but its rooftop cocktail bar by the river is the real draw

Back in the day, we couldn’t really fault anyone for turning their noses up at the idea of staying at a hostel. They weren’t exactly the plushest places to stay, and...

5 reasons Saphan Khwai is a neat place to call home

5 reasons Saphan Khwai is a neat place to call home

| Coconuts Bangkok x DDproperty | Saphan Khwai, a hip neighborhood that’s close to everything.

We visit Bangkok’s hottest disco in the ’80s (which is now partially hidden) and talked to its former resident DJ [PHOTOS]

We visit Bangkok’s hottest disco in the ’80s (which is now partially hidden) and talked to its former resident DJ [PHOTOS]

Deep in the heart of the Dusit Thani, Bangkok’s soon-to-be closed landmark hotel on Silom Road, lived Bangkok’s hottest disco throughout the 1980s: Bubbles. In fact, the...

Sexual Heil-ing: Nonthaburi love hotel’s ‘Communism’ room features Hitler mural

Sexual Heil-ing: Nonthaburi love hotel’s ‘Communism’ room features Hitler mural

You thought you’d seen the last of the viral stories of Thai people’s weird and inexplicible love of Hitler? Nah. A recent internet search for love hotels (don’t...

Ban Jabo village in Northern Thailand has a cafe where you can eat with your feet in the clouds

Ban Jabo village in Northern Thailand has a cafe where you can eat with your feet in the clouds

Nestled off the road that connects the bohemian tourist town of Pai with the city of Mae Hong Son (inside the province of the same name) is a breathtakingly beautiful cafe where...

The Hobbit Hotel: Resort in Khao Yai designed to look like the hobbit-inhabited world of ‘Lord of the Rings’

The Hobbit Hotel: Resort in Khao Yai designed to look like the hobbit-inhabited world of ‘Lord of the Rings’

Bangkok dwellers can enter a magical realm in just a few hours at an unusual resort in Khao Yai designed to look like the hobbit-inhabited world of Lord of the Rings. Jump in the...


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Coconuts Bangkok City guides

These are your comprehensive guides to Bangkok’s various neighborhoods and, for the more adventurous, for trips outside to city to see the rest of what this glorious country has to offer. Want to spend the weekend trying Thai craft beers and checking out traditional pottery? You can do that on Koh Kret. Want to traverse a waterfall that has seven different levels of heaven? Try Erawan. Interested in sleeping in a treehouse on the outskirts of Bangkok? We know all about it. We can even tell you where you can enjoy a cocktail while sitting in a tube and floating down a lazy Thai river. It’s all in our City Guides.