Bangkok’s world-class shopping destination with the world’s super brands such as Bottega Venetta Gucci and Ralph Lauren, also offers top Thai fashion designers, fantastic lingerie, children’s wear, luxury home items and Thai crafts. Our premier Beauty Galerie brings together the finest cosmetics and beauty products, from the likes of Chanel, La Mer, Dior and M.A.C. While on the top level finds FoodLoft, our signature open-kitchen dining area serving delicious Thai and international cuisines for you to experience.
Situated in the most prestigious location on Bangkok’s main artery of Central Bangkok, Central Embassy reinvents the meaning of global luxury retail and hospitality not only in Thailand, but also in all of Asia.
A collective living space where special indulgences happen every day.
James Bond Island or Koh Ta-pu (‘Nail Island’) in Thai, has become a huge international tourist attraction since it was featured in ‘The Man With the Golden Gun’.
Situated in the breathtaking Phang Nga Bay, it has a truly paradise-like setting with limestone cliffs and emerald green waters that are unmatched anywhere in Thailand!
The Khantoke Dinner at the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center is based around the traditional Thai dinner and dancing show. For the Khantoke dinner guests sit on bamboo mats on the floor and are served a range of northern Thai food to share with the table. The food includes a rich chicken curry and a Burmese style pork curry, fried chicken, sticky rice, vegetables with a spicy chilli dip and the northern delicacy of deep fried pork skin. While you sit and eat a variety of Traditional Thai dances are shown on stage including sword dancing and a popular drum performance.
“Nara” restaurant is renowned for its Boat Noodles and authentic Thai dishes. The a la carte dishes derived from authentic recipes which have been adapted into a modern context suitable for Nara’s dining ambience.
Raya Restaurant is simply the Thai restaurant in Phuket Town. Set in a renovated Sino-Thai mansion originally built at the beginning of the 20th century, this venue literally takes its patrons back to the past, and serves them such a delicious genuine local cuisine that movie stars, prime ministers, and royalty frequent this establishment while they are in Phuket.
Krua ChaoBaan sits in three wooden houses right next to the white sands of Lamai Beach. Their menu is big on Southern recipes such as yellow gaeng som (spicy sour soup), stir-fried octopus with shrimp paste and pineapple, stir-fried shrimp with sataw beans and hormok talay (crab eggs in steamed curry). Don’t miss their specialty, khai-jiew Krua Chao Baan, an omelet that looks more like a Spanish tortilla. As an added bonus, the beach is beautiful so you can work off those calories by taking their free kayak out for a paddle.