Category: Compass

Nahm Bangkok.

First opened in London in 2001, nahm was the first Thai restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star. Once relocated to Bangkok in 2010, the restaurant continued to make waves among the food professionals, the restauranteurs and the foodies alike. In 2014, nahm ranked number 1 in San Pellegrino’s Asia 50 Best, and kept a significant 8th […]



Koh Lipe. Thailand’s most famous secret island.

I hate to be the one who says a place is not what it used to be. I hear this on a regular basis from foreigners who have been living in Thailand for 20 years as well as from those whoțve only been here six months. Disapproving of change shows one’s superiority regarding residence; it […]



City-break Bangkok. From sky bars to floating markets. Tips from a frequent visitor.

The internet is full of information about Bangkok. Where to sleep, what to see, where and what to eat and so on. Even people who have never been to the city know which are the must-dos and must-sees of the Thai capital. For those in search of a different experience during city-break in Bangkok, here […]



The Banyan Tree Samui: 19 reasons to complain for one thousand bucks per night.

When you pay ten bucks a night in a dormitory in Singapore, you can’t complain that the guy to your left snores like an agonising buffalo or that the one to your right features feet smellier than yours. Not even when the room is 100 dollars a night there aren’t many chances that the owner leaves […]



The Conrad Koh Samui. Dress code: birthday suit.

The land of the eighty pools I strongly advise you to check-in with a therapist before booking a room at The Conrad Koh Samui. Your feelings need to be clear about this experience. Because if you love each other the clothes will fall heavy on the floor as soon as you step in the room […]