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    Ready to party in Pattaya

    Guru, Chris Raufeisen, Published on 14/07/2017

    » Luis Del Villar is a Spanish DJ a lot of people worldwide are listening to right now. His track Ibiza Sensations has garnered over 22 million downloads worldwide and he's been number one on iTunes for his genre in over 20 countries. When he's not making hits, he's touring all over the world, performing at festivals like ULTRA and Tomorrowland (including Tomorrowland 2017). He currently holds DJ residencies at The W in Barcelona and Doha Qatar. This week he will be performing in Pattaya at Fat Coco Beach Club for its opening party! Guru got in touch with the internationally acclaimed artist for an exclusive interview!


    Urban exploration

    Guru, Published on 06/07/2018

    » Have you ever been completely spellbound by photographs of deteriorating malls and hospitals? We certainly have, which is why we reached out to Dax Ward, the man who captured these places for us so we didn't have to. An American, Bangkok-based photographer, Ward's works have been featured in CNN Style, The Guardian, Lonely Planet and other well-known publications. His beautifully haunting photos of abandoned sites in Thailand are on display at "Abandonia", at Wishbeer the Vue on Charoen Nakhon 13 until Jul 24. We spoke to Ward about his love for the "abandoned".


    Paddling power

    Guru, Muantawan Viboonnun, Published on 05/08/2016

    » Meet Paul Bunyaratavej, co-founder and managing director of SUP Station (, the centre of everything to do with Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUP), from lessons in paddling to selling the boards themselves. With years of experience in manufacturing boards for all kinds of sports, he decided to shift to solely concentrate on producing SUP boards, a new rising water sport in the last couple of years. This sparked his interest to take the sport seriously, even earning him the winning spot from the latest SUP competition in Pattaya. Guru had a chance to sit down with him to learn more about the art of SUP boards.


    What's cooking, neighbour? 

    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 05/02/2016

    » After noticing a huge pool of culinary talent hidden in Bangkok's home kitchens — and a growing demand for authentic meals — Samuel Coizet and Pakki Sampataphakdee co-founded Kinkao (, an online platform that allows home chefs to cook and sell home-made meals to the people in their neighbourhoods. From Vietnamese to Mexican to Southern Thai, you can find nearly every type of cuisine on the website. We spoke with the founders about their endeavour.

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