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  • I have very little time in Bangkok but I'll try her, thanks! Elena
  • Hi Elena,

    Nook's email for the private guide and driver is as follows:

    She can also assist you with custom creating a special itinerary in and around Bangkok to include the
    famous floating market.
  • Yes please to editor at simonandbaker dot com.Thanks! Elena
    • Hi Elena,

      I am a Thai and an editor of a local travel magazine called "anywhere". If you have any specific question about planning a trip to Thailand, I would be very happy to help you out.

      Regarding the safety and political situations, I can confirm that Bangkok and the rest of the country is like normal. You just have to be streetwise and avoid certain places as adviced by the government (but frankly it is very safe unless you go to the 3 provinces in deep south or you are really unlucky!)

      There are so many luxury properties around Thailand. My favourites are Amanpuri & Trisara in Phuket, The Chedi & Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi in Chiang Mai, Four Seasons Tented Camp in Chiang Rai, Rayavadee in Krabi, Four Seasons& Banyan Tree in Koh Samui and Chiva Som in Hua Hin. SIx-Senses has many resorts in Thailand including the Soneva Kiri in Koh Kood. I personally find Six-Senses resorts very nice but their decor are so similar. If you have been to one of their resorts and still find the concept exciting then it's a good choice as Koh Kood is absolutely beautiful.

      Hope this is helpful!
  • Thanks for your reply! Where in Thailand is she? Elena
    • Elena,

      Nook (she) is based in Bangkok and I can send you her email if you like?

      Let me know.

  • Hi Elena,

    I was in Thailand last year and it was fab. Please let me know if you need a private guide and driver. I have some great connections with a guide that I used last year. I arranged the itinerary months before we left and she added in some hidden travel secrets, shopping and restaurants and it was perfectly done!
  • Chiang Mai Thai Cooking School!
    This is from my blog called theothersideofthecoconut on To see photos of the wonderful food, you will need to go there.

    I just finished a full Monday thru Friday cooking class.
    We shopped for raw ingredients. Here are couple shots of the market.

    Lots of different noodles in Thai dishes

    Some soups use fish balls

    Peppers were not in every dish, at least not the deserts

    I never heard of these before. They add an interesting flavor to soups and curries.
    Then we went out into the country to a really first rate big cooking school. It has capacity for maybe 30. With tourism as it is the classes ranged from 5 to 9. I was the only one who took all five days. Everyone else showed up for a 1 day experience. We cooked and were expected to eat six courses each day, and then a desert. I have not eaten anywhere else all week. Here are a few dishes I cooked.

    This was harder than it looks to assemble

    It tasted GREAT

    "lunch" was always the big meal. two dishes and rice

    My curry is first rate!
    Today, the last day, seems how I had already been to the market a few times they took me directly to the school and while others shopped, theey tried to teach me how to make garnishes. This is hard, hard mind you. The Thais have this gentle touch with little fingers. Me, with my big clumsy fingers took over an hour to make the following. I made the girl who was showing me how to do it stop laughing.

    I'm not cut out to cut out these things! The rose and lotus (from tomatoes each took 20 minutes. The damn leaf took even more. I threw out my first couple attempts, they looked like road kill.
    In short, I had a great week. I probably put on 5 pounds. Now I know why Buhda is so fat. And I wonder why the so few Thai people are.
  • Thanks for sharing your thoughts Everlyn.

    Evelyn Kanter said:
    Elena -- Bangkok has just been named the world's number one top city by readers of Travel + Leisure magazine, in the annual 'best' list issue (September). That recognition, plus the effort launched by the Thai government and the gov't-related Tourism Authority of Thailand, should go a long way to renew confidence in visiting.

    I was in Thailand in March, just before the demonstrations got out of control. Let's please remember that these demonstrations were limited to Bangkok. There was no 'situation' in any other part of the country at any time. The Thais are warm and welcoming people. I would go back to Thailand in a heartbeat.
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