Christmas tree at Central World - photo by Kazuhiro Nakamura

Expique’s Guide to Christmas in Bangkok

Christmas is fast approaching and in this article you will find some ideas of how to spent Christmas in Bangkok. Many people wonder to what extent Christmas and New Years Eve are celebrate in Thailand. While we have a few special festive activities this year at Expique (Santa Tuk Tuk Tours and Festive Thai Cooking […]

Beef khao soi northern Thai noodle soup at Eats Payao restaurant in Sathorn, Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Eats Payao

The best restaurants in Bangkok’s Sathorn neighbourhood

Bangkok has long been renowned as a mecca for street food lovers, and the Thai capital is also gaining growing international respect for its high-end, fine-dining options. The area around Sathorn Road, which makes up much of Bangkok’s commercial and business district, is a particularly rewarding pocket of the city for foodies – and it’s […]

A canal-side alleyway off Pahurat Road in Pahurat, Little India, Bangkok, Thailand - photo by G E M

Bangkok’s culturally rich Little India neighbourhood of Pahurat

Size-wise, Bangkok’s Little India neighbourhood pales in comparison to the city’s neighbouring Chinatown district, one of the largest in the world. But that’s not to say it’s not worth visiting – known locally as Pahurat, this culturally rich and less touristy part of the Thai capital was constructed at the very end of the 19th […]

Soi Nana in Chinatown, Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Chris Wotton

The ‘other’ Soi Nana

In Bangkok’s Chinatown, there’s an edgy, arty street of bars, galleries and cafés that you need to see. This is Soi Nana – no, not that other one over in the heart of the red light district on Sukhumvit Road, but a different and altogether better destination. While it might not be the newly emerged […]

Barefood Bangkok vegan restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Barefood Bangkok

Our favourite vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Bangkok

Thailand might not be the easiest place in the world to eat as a vegetarian – order a supposedly meat-free dish at a street stall and chances are it will still have fish sauce, and perhaps pork stock, thrown into the mix. But that’s not to say that Bangkok is entirely inaccessible for vegetarians – […]

Flower market and cooking Airbnb Experience in Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Airbnb Experience host

The best Airbnb Experiences in Bangkok

Whilst Expique is very much a traditional Bangkok-based tour company we take a lot of inspiration from the emerging platforms like Airbnb. It’s platforms like this that keep our own creativity alive.  First came accommodation, and now activities: Airbnb’s foray into Experiences opens up a whole array of opportunities for local exploration to visitors to […]

Vegetarian Festival in Bangkok

The Vegetarian Festival in Bangkok (Tesagan Gin Je)

Eating vegetarian is becoming more and more popular each year as people are focus on healthy eating or reducing the number of animal that will be killed to be our food. ” However, every year for 9 days in September / October people across Thailand take this to a whole different level! The 2018 “Tesagan Gin Je” (pronounced […]

Team-building activities in Bangkok, Thailand

Innovative ideas for team-building activities in Bangkok

If you are investing in a team-building activity in Bangkok, why not make it memorable by using it as an opportunity to explore the city and Thai culture? Every sensible business owner and manager knows that investing in staff development pays dividends both immediately and in the longer term. Whether you run the smallest startup […]

Food court at MBK Center shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand - photo by Paul Sullivan

The best food courts in Bangkok

Not all the best Thai food is found on the streets. While we’re huge fans of Thai street food – as a simple peruse of this blog will affirm – we also have to admit that many of Bangkok’s famous food courts turn out some outstanding nosh too. But with food courts on offer everywhere […]