1Bangkok is really boosting up its fine dining offerings as food tourism becomes a focus for the bustling city.
As Bangkok prepares to launch its own Michelin Guide, the city’s fine dining scene has never been the centre of so much buzz and innovation.
While most tourists think of Thai food in the form of hot and spicy delicacies from hawker stalls, the more seasoned tourists, expats and locals know there exists a thriving international fine dining scene.
The Michelin Guide is reportedly a $50 million investment on behalf of the Bangkok tourism board to help elevate and highlight the culinary offering of the Thai capital, akin to other Asian centres like Tokyo, Singapore and Seoul.
So where should you head first?