Back to Bangkok Baby



Bangkok Trading Post Bistro & Deli

So much happens in Bangkok every time I´m there that I have to get Back to Bangkok Baby, meaning I´m taking you to places I found being jewels of this vibrant tropical city filled with gems that is not always so easy to find.

First favorite place I´m taking you to invites you to enter through the garden you see above with the fish pond and outdoor seating.



At the Bangkok Trading Post Bistro & Deli  they offer a cross over Euro Asian cuisine from early breakfast to late dinner.  I tried and enjoyed a pasta with seafood. High ceiling and classy interiors along with a wonderful welcoming attitude makes me want to try everything here. So I will look at deserts.


The bathroom always says so much about any establishment. Loving the marble and wood panel solution that the Bangkok Trading Post Bistro&Deli has created. Now this classy place is next door to 137 Pillars Suites & Residences…

Nimitr is designed by Santhaya & Associates based on a modern decor of a contemporary Asian design concept.

Nimitr meaning ”special dream” in Thai is the name of the avant-garde restaurant with Asian inspired cuisine with a western hint found in the same building as 137 Pillars a few floors up from  Bangkok Trading Post Bistro&Deli

The pool is on the roof with a overwhelming view over Bangkok. All of which you find at Sukhumvit Soi 39. Quite close to this high class hotel you find shopping at it´s best.

137 Pillars Suites & Residences.
Emquratier Bangkok


Emqartier mall or should I say shopping experience is to me the most beautiful mall I have ever been to. The water fall cascading down over a jungle of plants against the white stone surface. Here you find the latest Alexander Wang or freshly ground Dean&Deluca coffey. Grand, garden green and gorgeous place in my opinion.

Talking about gardens. Face Restaurant and Garden makes you feel like you landed on a small remote island although you are still right here in the middle of Bangkok.

Face Restaurant&Garden


Right by the river at Bang Rak you find Warehouse 30. For years, the seven large warehouses behind the Embassy of Portugal sat unused, except for the sole presence of P.Tendercool – a Bangkok based, Belgian run design studio specialized in bespoke handmade furniture.


Warehouse 30


Warehouse 30

The team behind The Jam Factory began work on restoring the warehouses for contemporary function. The result is Warehouse 30, opened in 2017 containing shops, restaurants, culture and art that I find worth visiting when you are in Bangkok. I know I will be back in Bangkok, this city grows on me and having friends that I love here makes the whole experience coming here the best.

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Warehouse 30


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