You may find yourself in Yan Nawa for a night out at Tawandang Brewery, a local German-Thai brewery that boasts a stage show where many of Bangkok’s semi-retired stars still perform. Its southern part is bordered by the Chao Phraya River, which means easy access to the ferry and amazing views at riverside restaurants and residential units.
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Bridge Art Space to host celebration of co-founder Dan Burman’s life

Bridge Art Space to host celebration of co-founder Dan Burman’s life

A celebration of British artist Dan Burman’s life will be held tomorrow evening at the riverside arts venue he ran for several years. Friends and associates of Burman, who died...

Wildly popular, hip yet humble steakhouse ‘Mahasan’ relocates to bigger space, releases new menus

Wildly popular, hip yet humble steakhouse ‘Mahasan’ relocates to bigger space, releases new menus

Mahasan Burnt & Bowl, the hip and humble steakhouse that only serves four tables a night, and which quickly became the talk of the town among carnivorous foodies when it first...

Heroic driver pulls off dangerous rescue of kitten stuck under Bangkok bridge (VIDEO)

Heroic driver pulls off dangerous rescue of kitten stuck under Bangkok bridge (VIDEO)

A Bangkok truck driver has restored our faith in humanity by risking his life to rescue a kitten stuck under an elevated bridge on Rama II Road. In the video posted to Facebook on...