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What’s new in Bangkok this August?

by Aiden

Where to eat and drink this month!


On the 31st floor of the Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok, Vignette Collection you will find Anju Korean Rooftop Bar, a new bar that serves small Korean bites and drinks. The interiors and atmosphere are bathed in a warm pink glow from their neon sign along with complementary pink furnishings. Anju brings the best of Seoul’s vibrant Gangnam district to the middle of Bangkok, where you can immerse yourself in Korean culture. Alongside their tasteful Korean dishes, and wide range of drinks, including soju and beers, you can expect fun Korean music, to which you can dance your night away. Facebook:@anjukoreanrooftopbar


Apostofi Holdings, the group responsible for bringing us stationery brand Mediums and ve/la cafe, bring their aesthetics and flavour to the ground floor of CentralwOrld with an all-new brunch spot, Gardens by ve/la. The interiors boast a dark orange tile floor; textured, dusky pink walls with cream arches; and plenty of natural light filtering in, for the most stunning Instagram photos. Although your camera may eat first, you won’t leave unsatisfied with their range of brunch classics. An ideal spot to catch up with your besties. Instagram: @gardensbkk


Just a stone’s throw away from Chatuchak Weekend Market is Plot Twist Bar, a new cocktail bar on the sixth floor of Best Western Chatuchak Bangkok. Sip on a range of interesting cocktails, inspired by the different train journeys you can take across the country, from the North to the South. Head bartender Monthon Tangchum mixes each signature drink with unique flavours and top quality liquors, with each drink priced between THB 300 – THB 400. Instagram: @plottwistbar


With an Instagram bio that proclaims themselves as, ‘Amusement Dining,’ Kaiju strives to entertain you while feeding you an array of Thai and Japanese dishes, all while a huge Godzilla sculpture threatens to break through the ceiling above you. Their menu features Thai classics like gai yang, but with Japanese twists. They also host a fun number of events weekly, and live music to liven up the atmosphere. If you are looking for a unique dining experience, or just can’t seem to choose between Thai or Japanese for dinner, head to Kaiju so you can have the best of both. Instagram: @kaiju_thailand

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