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Fah Thai Magazine Sep/Oct 2017

"FAH THAI" is the in-flight magazine of Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited and is edited and published by MPMI Group Ltd.

HAPPENINGS THAILAND

HAPPENINGS THAILAND BANGKOK SPOTLIGHT Encore for an Artsy Concept Warehouse 30, an artsy community space and latest addition to Charoen Krung joins the ranks in this hipster area currently dominated by forerunners Cho Why, Speedy Grandma and TCDC Charoen Krung. Designed by architect Duangrit Bunnag, whose transformative masterpiece The Jam Factory created a destination space, Warehouse 30’s follow-up debut boasts a similar concept concentrated in 4,000-square-metre space and tucked in Soi Charoen Krung 30. It houses a theatre, documentary screening room, bookstore, flower shop, vinyl record store, restaurant, bar and café. Warehouse 30’s highlight, however, is One Big House, a co-working space for independent creative people to gather, brainstorm and be inspired. 52-60 Charoen Krung Rd., facebook.com/TheWarehouse30 NORTHERN TOUCH Tucked in the serene street of Nang Linchi, this authentic northern Thai restaurant’s interesting background started with small steps. Beginning as a food joint of homemade northern cuisine and served out at various food events, Eats Payao gained recognition for its curry noodle dish, Khao Soi Gai and Nam Ngiaw, a more intense noodle soup. On the strength of both dishes, it finally paved the way for the opening of a shop space in the Nang Linchi neighbourhood. As Khae and Gavin, owners of Eats Payao are both designers, they decided to transform the space into contemporary bistrochic. Inspiration derived from colours used among the Hmong hill tribes meshed with Lanna style, thereby symbolising the spirit up north of the country. Apart from its two most popular dishes, Eats Payao also offers other variations of familiar ones, namely Khao Soi with crab meat, beef, seafood and mushrooms, northern style sausages and Gaeng Hang Le curry. facebook.com/eatspayao, +66 (0) 94 303 5833 PURPLE MAJESTY Making its Thai entry at Siam Paragon in June, South Korean-based dessert house has a new location with Café Bora Thailand. They’re the perfect answer to those with a sweet tooth also craving for something on the healthier side. The well-known café bases its signature desserts like bingsu, tiramisu and soft cream on the purple sweet potato that’s known for its vitamin benefits. With Café Bora’s menu showcasing Sweet Potatoes Soft Serve Ice Cream, the experience combines the perfection of soft cream and the top-notch quality of sweet potatoes. cafebora.com, +66 (0) 92 249 7628 86

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