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Thai Dining Theatre at The Millennium Hilton Bangkok

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To be or not to be a foodie?

Time flies (already six and a half years of blogging!) and I feel more more and more gourmet (LOL)! During my (too) short stay in Bangkok, I was invited to a Thai Dining Theatre at the Millennium Hilton Bangkok.   

We start the evening with a cocktail at the Three Sixty Lounge, located in the 32th floor of the hotel, with an impressive view overlooking the Chao Phraya River. I also have a quick look at the roof terrace.

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Our table is ready, we go to the Maya restaurant

of Thai specialties. 15 dishes on the menu, but the portions are small (and I skipped the desserts), a kind of “tapas” of Thai cuisine. Between each dish there is a Thai dance.     

In pictures: the Sarong Dance. Sorry foodie friends, my phone’s batteries have dropped me and I could only take very few pictures of the delicious dishes! Yes the food was amazing!         

This dinner was a really nice surprise. Cause usually I’m not fond of dining theatre. So if you stay for a short time in Bangkok and want to do a food tasting, while enjoying a dance show, check out the Maya.

Photos : Mademoiselle Le K – copyright 2014, tous droits réservés.


Maya at the Millenium Hilton Bangkok Hotel 

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Bangkok Tree House, The Eco-friendly Hotel

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After several days of an itinerant blog trip in nature reserves, 

I spent two days in Bangkok Tree House. Epic arrival in a motorized small boat stuck in the mud, filmed by the show “Follow Me” for Thai TV channel! So glam! Honestly after hours on the road, endless waiting at the airport, the aircraft, traffic jam in Bangkok and now the vase added to a moist heat (I liquify): I don’t really want to be filmed ! The art of being a travel AND fashion blogger ; )

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The area is far from the center 

and I feel heading to the end of the world when reaching by the bamboo pontoon. I really liked the architecture and eco-friendly concept. The small hotel of eight rooms, is divided into several blocks partially covered with large mirrors, bamboo, paintings of artists (below) and lush vegetation (photo 6).

The owner and staff are very welcoming. The place is hype. Before discovering my room, during the filming of “Follow Me”, I begin a short interview with the producer and host, Dr. Nathasedh Top Poonsapmanee (photo 5).

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– In “Follow Me”, I’d like the Thai to see places where they never go. Today Bangkok is colorful and a mix of tradition and new generation.  

Where to eat and drink in Bangkok?

– Go to Sukkumvit area! Bo.Lan is a renowned Thai restaurant, run by a couple of chefs, Bo and Dylan (Sukhumvit Soi 26). Grase, a bar and nightclub (Sukhumvit Soi 49). And Level, club and lounge (Sukhumvit Soi 11).

What about Thai young designers? 

– For women: Vic and Asava. For men: Grey house and Closet.

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The + of the Bangkok Tree House 

The eco-friendly and sustainable concept: congrats ! The architecture and decoration both organic and design, are great too. The atmosphere and the staff are very cool, it feels good immediately. The neighborhood, 100% Thai immersion. 

The – of the Bangkok Tree House 

The hotel is on stilts, at low tide you can see all the rubbish of the Chao Phraya river and it is not pleasant. Maintenance: ants invasion on my bed and clogged toilets in my room. The restaurant. 



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Elephant Hills, Thailand: Luxury Tent Next To The Rainforest

After my unforgettable encounter with the awsome Haha

and other elephants: return to Elephant Hills camp, where I really discover my spacious tent in details. Back tired, but full of pictures of this endless day started at dawn at Cheio Larn Lake, I took these pictures before collapsing. Or almost collapsing, because after, I have to go dinner…

The tent is awsome! Simply decorated and inspired by an African lodge revised Thai way. Each element recalls the elephants: stools, towel racks … like in the picture 6. Nicewooden floors: I take off our shoes before entering the tent. And my advice is do not leave your shoes outside, if you don’t want to find a colony of insects!

The tent is also comfortable, with mosquito nets everywhere

(pictures 2, 3 and 4). And I was able to sleep without a mosquito (or any other visible insect), a bless! Impeccable bedding next to the fan. But the big thing is the real bathroom (picture 5)! Yes, a real one: clean, pretty and useful (cold water only, it’s okay for me). Since leaving Chumphon, I’ve dreamed of it!

To conclude for my first “camping”experience in Thailand (LOL!), I love it! Another detail I found quite fun, the lock that serves as a key to close the tent (really old school process, lol). You should not need to make fifty back and forth to your tent in the evening, it quickly becomes bothering! Last picture: the path to the tents. 

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Follow my whole trip in THAILAND and Twitter. I was hosted by the Royal Thai Embassy in Belgium and as usual all my opions are mine! You can also discover my other pictures in the Facebook of the Tourism Authority of Thailand and the Facebook of the Royal Thai Embassy in Belgium. ENJOY! 

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