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    Keepin' it gay, as in fun and carefree

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 17/08/2018

    » Looking for a fun, gay time out in the city? Ken Kreangsak Leing is your guy. While he runs his own company Theoxeny PR Agency, representing various well-known restaurants and other hospitality businesses, he manages to find time for his other passion: the cheekily named G-Spot Entertainment. Specialising in gay parties which feature drag divas like Drag Race Thailand co-host Pangina Heals as well as several contestants from the show, G-Spot Entertainment has just celebrated its fourth year and shows no signs of stopping. Ken's parties are known for creative themes, shirtless hunks, killer drag performances and tonnes of fun. How did it all start? Ken tells Guru.


    The co-working movement

    Guru, Pasavat Tanskul, Published on 10/08/2018

    » Shared workplaces or co-working spaces, have changed the way people work and collaborate with each other, offering flexibility, opportunities, networking and even relaxation in ways a traditional office cannot. There is no doubt that there has been an abundant amount of such communal spaces in Thailand (look no further than our cover story on co-working spaces a few issues ago), which means that various start-ups and businesses have begun to change the way they operate. JustCo, headquartered in Singapore, is a leading provider of co-working spaces and opened their first co-working centre in Thailand in May. Their first space, which is two-storeyed and is within the AIA Sathorn Tower office building, has attracted potential clients with their vibrant setting, casual and cosy ambience and creative lighting designs. We chat with Kong Wan Sing, founder and CEO of JustCo, on why such spaces are in demand and expansion plans.


    Cultivating a love of reading in the digital age

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 12/01/2018

    » The Neilson Hays Library on Surawong Road has become a much-loved Bangkok institution since its foundation in 1869. It was designed by Italian architect Mario Tamagno and dedicated to the memory of Jennie Neilson Hays. The elegant neoclassical building houses some 20,000 books and magazines across many genres, the largest collection of English-language books in Thailand.


    Son of vinyl

    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 23/12/2016

    » Not a fan of the overplayed, for-the-masses type of music? Then you need to tune into Cat Radio, the number one independent music station in Thailand. What makes this station (available on and application: Cat Radio) special (apart from its absence of the typical high-pitch DJs screeching down the microphone stressing the 'r's and 'l's in every sentence — yes we get it, well done, you've finally mastered the American accent!) is its unique picks of songs. This is all thanks to Arthit Promprasit, aka DJ Sonny, whose passion lies in vinyl records. He's been collecting them for over 25 years. His experience in the music field lies beyond the decks and building a huge record collection; he is also a music critic and journalist — as well as a DJ with the smoothest voice we've ever come across.


    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.


    Iron coach

    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 23/01/2015

    » Vinnie Santana is the head coach of Ironguides Thailand (, a leading facilitation company for athletes who want to compete in triathlon events. Santana is the fastest diabetic Ironman athlete of all time, rising to fame in his early 20s after completing the gruelling Ironman triathlon (a 3.86km swim, a 180.25km bicycle ride and a 42.2km run) in just under nine hours. He is now committed to encouraging and coaching aspiring athletes in Thailand to push themselves and achieve what is often deemed impossible.

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