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Aranta Suvarnabhumi Hotel is a Bangkok Airport Hotel, located just a 7 Minute drive from Suvarnabhmui Airport. Brand New Hotel with swimming pool and modern facilities – Book direct for best price guaranteeBEST Price Guarantee – Bangkok Airport Hotel | Aranta Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel | Near BKK Bangkok Airport
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Aranta Airport Hotel Suvarnabhumi Location Map and address

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Spacious Guest Rooms With Views | Aranta Suvarnabhumi Bangkok

Comfortable Spacious Guest Rooms – Aranta Suvarnabhumi Bangkok, located just a 7 Minute drive from BKK Suvarnabhmui International Airport.Spacious Guest Rooms With Views | Aranta Suvarnabhumi Bangkok
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Smith

When Smith opened its doors last year, in a refurbished warehouse on Sukhumvit Soi 49, the meat-heavy menu concept didn’t necessarily seem to be an easy fit with Bangkok’s cosmopolitan dining scene. However, following some tweaks the restaurant seems to be growing into self, deploying some inspired modern touches to make the most of its ‘nose-to-tail’ ethos. Today it is producing dishes both familiar and yet slightly different at the same time. This is, after all, founding chef Ian Kittichai’s stock in trade.

The space has an unmistakable industrial-chic feel with its polished concrete floors and wrought iron details. It’s the aesthetic in vogue in Bangkok’s restaurant scene but Smith manages to add a certain warmth, thanks in part to wood trim and a prominent, well-stocked bar in one corner. It’s a big space that can echo slightly when not busy but this has the happy knack of making it feel upscale rather than uninviting.

It all boils down to the food, though, and it’s here that a straightforward-sounding concept is elevated by curious details and smooth execution. Take, for example, the fried egg salad (B180), the garden greens offset by traces of apple and pistachio. Or the steamed black mussels (B390), served with saffron, caramelised onion, crème fraiche, chilli and butter. It is unexpected combinations like these that add an extra dimension to Smith’s menu.

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As the courses move up in size, the emphasis on meat becomes more pronounced, but it’s still married skillfully to a spirit of invention. The steak tartare (B250) comes seasoned with crispy capers and garden herbs, creating an offset to the richness of the beef. More straightforward but no less satisfying is the half pan of mixed sausages (B210) with warm coleslaw.

Among the mains, the pork belly (B350) is one of the real stand-outs, glazed in verjus and served with pickled stone fruit, spicy lentils, mint and coriander. If you’re dining with a group of rib fans, it’s pretty hard to ignore the rack of lamb (B2350 serving three to four), rubbed in coffee spices and served with celeriac puree.

The Black Label burger (B450) is also a winner, Australian Wagyu sandwiched in a squid ink brioche with Gouda and mustard, served with a helping of rosemary-tinged fries. By the end of a visit, it’s impossible to dispute that Smith delivers on its pitch with rare panache.

Smith
1/8 Sukhumvit Soi 49 | 02-261-0515
smith-restaurant.com | Tues-Sat 5pm-midnight, Sun 11am-midnight

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Charolais Beef at Hamilton’s Steak House

Mouth-watering Charolais beef is back on the menu at Hamilton’s Steak House. The enticing selections, featuring Charolais beef rib-eye steak and Charolais beef tenderloin, are sure to satisfy even the heartiest meat craving. The promotion is available until August 31 for lunch and dinner and prices start from B1700 per dish.

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946 Rama IV Road | 02-200-9000 | dusit.com

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Bangkok 101 Contest Giveaway

Win a 2-night stay for two in a deluxe room (inclusive American breakfast) at Centara Watergate. Simply tell us the name of your favorite Bangkok seafood restaurant and why you like it so much. Click here to leave your entry on our FaceBook page contest thread by next Tuesday (August 19). The winner will be announced the following day at 3pm.

Conditions: Hotel voucher is valid until January 2015 and is exclusive of public holidays.

 

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Melissa

Yet another recurring trend from the 90’s, jelly shoes are “in” and they’re here to stay. These nostalgic pieces have been successfully re-branded as chic, fashion-forward, and right on-trend. Brands like River Island, Office, Kurt Geiger, New Look, and Topshop – to name a few – are going all out with this old-school craze. Other high-end designers are also taking this trend to a whole new level. With “Aqua Ronda” from his Spring 2014 collection, Christian Louboutin brings sophistication and oomph to the otherwise casual, summery vibe of this trend. Even Marc Jacobs has jumped on the bandwagon with wood-soled recreations of these classic beauties. These PVC gems are precisely what every girl needs in her closet this season.

Melissa, out favourite jelly shoe label from Brazil, is right in tune with the moment as they launch their latest collection. Called ‘Nation’, it is inspired by the ethnic diversity of a multicultural society, with the designers playing on the themes of happiness, friendship, love, and collectiveness. Among the countries that serve as inspiration for the line are China, Japan, Mongolia, Mexico, Peru, India, Tibet and of course, Brazil.

With designers such as Daniel Ueda, Pedro Salles, Rober Dognani, Vitor Zerbianto, and Yoon Hee Lee working alongside brands like Printing, L’Etage and Apartamento 03, Nation provides a variety of designs, styles and a play on patriotic colours. Sporting the hues of the Brazilian flag, the green, yellow, blue and white flip-flops complete any devotee’s look with style, comfort and passion. From casual flats to comfy wedges and super stylish stilettos, there is definitely something in the collection for everyone.

The shoes in this season’s collection are categorized into three looks: Traveller, Guide, and Local. The versatile and comfortable Traveller shoes are perfect for ladies who are on the go. The urban-chic Guide shoes, on the other hand, are optimal for the cosmopolitan women. Last but by no means least, the stylish Local shoes are for those looking for functionality as well as sophistication.

With top grade quality, comfortable flexibility and a sweet candy scent to boot, Melissa shoes are the perfect fit for one’s feet. To keep the shoes from feeling like plastic, the insides are lined with fabric for optimal comfort. These breathable, 100% recyclable and completely waterproof shoes are a perfect balance of efficiency and style.

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Jelly Dreams Jungceylon Phuket 1st Fl 083-096-6749
Jelly Dreams Siam Discovery Center 2nd Fl 0-265-80474
Jelly Dreams Central World 1st Fl 0-2613-1791

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Tom Yum Soup Recipe (ต้มยำกุ้ง) – Authentic Thai Style

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One of the most famous of all Thai foods, and what I think is one the best soups in the world, is Thai tom yum goong (ต้มยำกุ้ง). What I love most about tom yum goong (ต้มยำกุ้ง) is the flavors of lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, fresh Thai chilies, and fresh lime juice, that all combine to […]

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Win a Trip for Two to Morocco!

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As many of you know, a couple of months ago I ended my long-standing partnership with G Adventures. We both were going in different directions and they were no longer a fit for this website. What is important for me is to work with a company that has a great product and wants to work with this community and help us travel cheaper.

To that end, today, I’m officially announcing my new partnership with Intrepid Travel. Intrepid Travel is a small group tour operator with over 800 tours all over the world, has better prices than G Adventures, and also features strong commitment to the environment (they recently banned elephant rides from all their tours).

Intrepid is now the official tour partner of this site and, as such, will be offering a standing 10% off all their tours over $500 USD as well as free trip giveaways throughout the year. To get 10% off, use the discount code “11317” when you call their reservation line or book online.

I’ve always been a fan of Intrepid from afar and have encountered their tours all over the world. Now, I must admit, I haven’t taken a tour with them yet; we weren’t able to fit a tour into my calendar this summer, but in December I’m going on this same Morocco trip with them. However, when I announced the upcoming partnership back in June, many of you said you had been on their tours and loved them. I know many travel writers who hold them in high regard and I have trusted friends that work there. While I would like to have been on a tour before I announced this partnership, you overwhelmingly came out in favor of them, so I’ll trust your community as you often do mine and begin this partnership now. I don’t want you all to wait until December to start saving money.

And to kick off our new partnership, we’re giving away a trip for TWO people to Morocco.

Yup, two people to Morocco! So if you win, take a friend/loved one.

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The Prize: A 15 day “Best of Morocco” tour!!

Itinerary:

Day 1 Casablanca
Welcome to Morocco. Discover the Art Deco influences of this metropolis. Head out on personal explorations through Casablanca’s heart and admire some of its architectural gems, including the beautiful Hassan II Mosque and the imposing Cathédrale du Sacré Coeur.

Day 2 Rabat/Meknes
Stroll through Rabat’s serene kasbah before journeying to Meknes, the former capital of Morocco and the site of Sultan Moulay Ismail’s palace.

Days 3-4 Volubilis/Fes
Travel back to the days of the Roman Empire on a guided tour of the ruins of Volubilis. In medieval Fes, wander the narrow alleyways of the medina as the call to prayer floats over Fes el-Bali at dusk.

Day 5 Midelt
Journey through Morocco’s cedar forests in the Middle Atlas Mountains to the peaceful, rural village of Midelt. Stop by a handicraft workshop run by Franciscan nuns – a great place to pick up a beautifully crafted souvenir.

Day 6 Sahara Camp
After a camel ride into the Sahara desert, attempt a climb of the towering dunes. Later, fall asleep in a desert camp under a blanket of stars.

Days 7-8 Todra Gorge
Wake early and watch a golden sunrise over the desert before heading to the impressive palmeries of Todra Gorge. Feel like burning some energy? Why not go for a hike or try rock-climbing.

Day 9 Ait Benhaddou
Pass through Morocco’s film capital, Ouarzazate, on the way to the ancient fortified city of Ait Benhaddou. Explore the streets of this clay kasbah at a relaxed pace, then finish off the day with a meal of delicious couscous.

Day 10 Aroumd
Farewell the Sahara and head to the hills. Perched on a rocky outcrop, remote Aroumd offers stunning views across Morocco. This is the perfect base for exploring the High Atlas Mountains and a chance to experience traditional Berber culture up close.

Days 11-12 Essaouira
With its Norfolk Island pines and colourful fishing boats, relaxed Essaouira is a gem. Get acquainted with the town’s fascinating history on a guided walking tour and then enjoy free time to wander along the beach, visit art galleries or feast on freshly caught seafood.

Days 13-15 Marrakech
Explore the tantalising spice market in Marrakech and dine al fresco at a food stall in Djemaa el-Fna, or escape the buzz of the city in the shaded rooms of the Palais de la Bahia, a superb example of ornate Muslim architecture.

How do you win?

To enter to win this prize, you’ll need to enter your e-mail address into the form below. After you enter the form, you’ll also be able to earn extra entries by sharing the contest on Facebook and Twitter.

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The contest goes from today to Thursday, August 21st at 11:59 pm EST. A winner will be chosen at random using the website random.org by Monday, August 25th.

Terms, Conditions, and Legal Mumbo Jumbo

  • You must be 18 years of age or older.
  • You must have a valid passport.
  • You must be legally able to enter Morocco.
  • All elements of the prize are non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives.
  • Winner absolves Nomadic Matt and Intrepid Travel of any and all liability regarding accidents, mishaps, problems with airlines, and anything that might be bad in the universe prior to, during, and after their trip.
  • Void where prohibited.
  • You agree to receive updates from Nomadic Matt or Intrepid Travel by email in the future. You can unsubscribe any time you want.
  • Any associated visa costs are the responsibility of the winner.
  • Flights are not included.
  • Costs not included in the tour are responsible by the winner.
  • Travel must be booked by Aug 1 2015 and taken before Sept 30 2015
  • The offer is subject to availability and confirmation by Intrepid at time of booking. There must be at least 4 fully paying passengers on the selected departure before winners can be booked. Winners cannot be booked during blackout dates:
    • 15th December 2014 to 24th January 2015
    • 12th April 2015 to 3rd May 2015
  • Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other discounts or special offers.
  • Offer applies to published itinerary price. Excludes extra items such as airfares, trip kitties, travel insurance, extra accommodation, single supplements, visas, etc.
  • As outlined in the Intrepid Travel Booking Conditions, travel insurance is compulsory for all Intrepid Travel travelers and a travel insurance policy should be arranged prior to or at the time of booking. Please see Booking Conditions for more details in this regard.
  • Passenger subject to regular terms and conditions of Intrepid Travel.

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