6 hot new restaurants Bangkok this May

Apr 29, 2018 Koi You might remember Koi from its Sukhumvit days as the place where models went to get laid on Friday nights. Now, the California-born brand has taken over what was once the 39th-floor restaurant at Ku De Ta, where it dishes out fusion-y, Japanese comfort food—spicy tuna on crispy rice cakes, wagyu beef with mashed potatoes and fried rice. The long, narrow space retains its sultry, lounge-bar ambience with leather upholstered seats and a…

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Best Hikes in L.A. to Discover Film & TV Locations

Step outdoors and into your favorite movies and series. Updated on February 22, 2018 Trailhead at Vasquez Rocks | Los Angeles provides the setting for much of America’s media and pop culture—naturally, considering the industries born here. Many know that Malibu’s Point Dume is an iconic Planet of the Apes location; or recognize the surreal-looking Vasquez Rocks from Star Trek and Westworld, the Bronson Caves made famous by the 1960s Batman series, and of course…

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Celebrate Modernism in Los Angeles

Discover authentic Mid-Century masterpieces in L.A. Updated on February 22, 2018 Photo courtesy of Stahl House, Facebook For architecture geeks and scholars, Los Angeles is a mecca for Modernism. From iconic residences to stunning public buildings, discover Mid-Century masterpieces in L.A. For Baby Boomers and Gen-Xers, the name “Hanna-Barbera” brings up childhood memories of Saturday mornings watching beloved cartoons like The Flintstones, Yogi Bear, The Jetsons, Scooby-Doo and The Smurfs. Founded in 1957 by former…

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