View Surplus on Themeforest, our latest WordPress Theme. Or call us at 1-800-WPEXPLORER-ROCKS.

Posts Tagged "Bangkok"

Projects & mixed news

Projects & mixed news

I have been working a couple of interesting documentary projects recently. One is a long term, I don’t even know when it will finish, but that is life. I have also been working behind the scene of the blog for a more updated stylish design with more relevant content and also smarter solutions for pictures and videos. It looks good…

Read More

Head Shot at Club Crawl in Bangkok

Head Shot at Club Crawl in Bangkok

A short video with clips and pictures of the infamous head shot served at the Sukhumvit Club Crawl over the last five years. It has been a lot of fun to be part of the parties at Nest, Q-bar, and Bed Supperclub.  

Read More

Bangkok head shot

Bangkok head shot

At the monthly Club Crawl the infamous head shot is popular and dangerous. I will shortly release a short video with some pics and clips…..A few pics for now:

Read More

Bangkok events

Bangkok events

A couple of events in Bangkok soon: Stable Lodge turns 21. Don’t miss the cheap BBQ: And next week it is time for another roof top party:

Read More

Tesagan Gin Je – Vegetarian festival in Thailand

Tesagan Gin Je – Vegetarian festival in Thailand

This year the vegetarian festival in Bangkok’s Chinatown runs from October 5th to the 14th, known in Thai as Tesagan Gin Je. The best place to experience this week long festival is in Phuket, but if you are in Bangkok, Chinatown is the place to hang out with plenty of street food stalls and donations at the temples in the…

Read More

First car scheme down the drain?

First car scheme down the drain?

Thailand “First Car Scheme” seems to cost the buyers and the country a lot more than expected. I’m not surprised. Read more here. At the same time the “rice program” cost the country a lot of money. And of course the traffic is worse than ever downtown Bangkok.

Read More

Bangkok nightlife

Bangkok nightlife

The Bangkok nightlife has always been good and interesting in my opinion. Maybe “same same – but different” from time to time. But there has always been something out there for everyone. More on this in a few articles on the blog in the near future. For now some events for this week:

Read More

Wat Arun to be renovated

Wat Arun to be renovated

The world-famous Temple of Dawn stupa, known locally as Phra Prang Wat Arun, will be closed for three years starting from next Tuesday to undergo repairs and renovation along with other structures in the temple compound.   This will be the biggest repair and renovation work on the stupa in the last 14 years. In the past, even while large-scale…

Read More

Flooding season in Thailand!

Flooding season in Thailand!

The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation in Thailand has warned residents in 26 provinces across Thailand to brace for flash floods and landslides. Will this affect Bangkok this year as it did back in 2011? I will keep you posted. Below a few pictures when Jan Källman and I made several stories in 2011 for Swedish daily Aftonbladet.  

Read More

Roof top bars and bars with a view in Bangkok

Roof top bars and bars with a view in Bangkok

Bangkok has a good supply of bars with views and rooftop bars these days. There is always a new one around the corner. Some of these bars are chilled out places; some are plain and simple tourist attractions. Whenever a new bar in this segment pops up I try to check it out to see what they offer. I will…

Read More

True corp to slash debt

True corp to slash debt

True corp, which is the third major telecom company in Thailand, is to slash 2,3 billion US dollar in debt by listing an infrastructure fund. I’m not surprised they need to do something. It would be the biggest IPO in Asia-Pacific this year. They will also plan to sell non core assets as it seeks to slash its debt burden…

Read More

Keep on working

Keep on working

It has been really busy with various projects over the last couple of weeks. I’m also pitching some documentary ideas in different directions to see if I can put it all together. Pushing forward but it takes a bit more time than I thought. But one reason is that keep forgetting the Swedish vacation season, it’s basically closed everywhere. Trying…

Read More

Thailands Full-Moon parties a trashy disgrace

Thailands Full-Moon parties a trashy disgrace

In a recent article in Time Magazine the infamous full-moon parties in southern Thailand are described as trashy disgrace. I’m eager to agree on that. A few years ago I made a story about the parties together with journalist Jan Källman for Swedish magazine Café. Our conclusion was the same, it is just a big drug party and a big…

Read More

Mixed events in Bangkok

Mixed events in Bangkok

On Saturday it’s time for the Farmer’s market in Bangkok. Sounds nice. Don’t miss it.   Swedish Film Festival is on in Bangkok. Don’t miss if you are there. More details about the festival on Jan Källman blog. Ready to party? Tonight it’s is Ladies Night at Q-bar.

Read More

Pak Klong Talat upgrade

Pak Klong Talat upgrade

The classic flower and vegetable market in Bangkok, Pak Klong Talat, is currently undergoing a 400-million-baht renovation and upgrade to become a modern flower market and a tourist attraction. The market will have a 300-metre walkway facing the Chao Phraya River as a new tourist attraction, similar to Asiatique the Riverfront on Charoenkrung Road. There will be jewellery shops, tailors,…

Read More