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B – Lay Tong Phuket, MGallery Collection, a place of distinctive flair and character aims to cater to hip, young clientele with unique and discerning style. The resort is an exercise in modern playfulness with a funky vibe. Located on the most prime beach front at the upper market north of Patong Beach. B – Lay Tong Phuket, MGallery Collection commands spectacular view overlooking the white sandy beach and sparkling turquoise water of the Andaman Sea. The 123 room resort is designed in a modern minimalist style, amplified with splashes of bold, daring designs and colors.The lobby bar is the staging ground for eclectic musical and social happenings, with live DJ performance and events. B – Lay Tong Phuket, MGallery Collection is your ultimate trendy destination and intimate hideaway ,with onsite luxurious facilities, such as a full service Spa, Dinning, Boutique. A place to play it down or party it up and have it done your way. You can simply be, at B – Lay Tong Phuket, MGallery Collection


B – Lay Tong Phuket, MGallery Collection, a place of distinctive flair and character aims to cater to hip, young clientele with unique and discerning style. The resort is an exercise in modern playfulness with a funky vibe. Located on the most prime beach front at the upper market north of Patong Beach. B – Lay Tong Phuket, MGallery Collection commands spectacular view overlooking the white sandy beach and sparkling turquoise water of the Andaman Sea. The 123 room resort is designed in a modern minimalist style, amplified with splashes of bold, daring designs and colors.The lobby bar is the staging ground for eclectic musical and social happenings, with live DJ performance and events. B – Lay Tong Phuket, MGallery Collection is your ultimate trendy destination and intimate hideaway ,with onsite luxurious facilities, such as a full service Spa, Dinning, Boutique. A place to play it down or party it up and have it done your way. You can simply be, at B – Lay Tong Phuket, MGallery Collection


C ONT ENT S

I SSU E 4 4 | BANGKO K BO UND

Retail Detail 16 Bed Hopping : Cabochon 18 Lookin' Good Feelin' Great 22 Aesthetics 24 Interview : Jitti Chompee 26 Invisible Ink 32 Sniff This 34 Fashion : SOS 36 Bed World Member 44 Fashion : Kanser 46 Design 54 Art 56 Interview : Moongoose 58 Cover Story : Utt 62 Bed Fellows 70 Something is Happening 86 All About Bed 96 Distribution 98

Cover Photo by Hector Guzman Sunglasses by PLAYN


C ONT ENT S

I SSU E 4 4 | BANGKO K BO UND

Retail Detail 16 Bed Hopping : Cabochon 18 Lookin' Good Feelin' Great 22 Aesthetics 24 Interview : Jitti Chompee 26 Invisible Ink 32 Sniff This 34 Fashion : SOS 36 Bed World Member 44 Fashion : Kanser 46 Design 54 Art 56 Interview : Moongoose 58 Cover Story : Utt 62 Bed Fellows 70 Something is Happening 86 All About Bed 96 Distribution 98

Cover Photo by Hector Guzman Sunglasses by PLAYN


PU BLI SH ER

Oxygen Holding Co,Ltd.

E XEC U TI V E ED I T OR Paul Hampshire

C REAT I V E D I REC TOR Sanya Souvanna Phouma

PROOF READ ER Stuart MacDonnell

W RI T ERS Sanya Souvanna Phouma D ESI GN ERS Puntit Arn Dinakara

Ariya Guptarak PH OT OGRAPH ERS Hector Guzman James Gilbody Tommy Nori Sergio Del Amo Otero

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All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the expres written prior permission of the publisher. Views expressed in this magazine are not necessarily those of the publisher, who accepts no responsibility for them.

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PU BLI SH ER

Oxygen Holding Co,Ltd.

E XEC U TI V E ED I T OR Paul Hampshire

C REAT I V E D I REC TOR Sanya Souvanna Phouma

PROOF READ ER Stuart MacDonnell

W RI T ERS Sanya Souvanna Phouma D ESI GN ERS Puntit Arn Dinakara

Ariya Guptarak PH OT OGRAPH ERS Hector Guzman James Gilbody Tommy Nori Sergio Del Amo Otero

AD V ERTI SE I N I T… bedsheets@bedsupperclub.com m : 02 651 3537

GET I T …

Send your name and email address to bedsheets@bedsupperclub.com to read the online version or fill in the online form for a year of Bed Sheets sent by mail.

READ I T ON L I N E… www.bedsheetsmagazine.com

TAL K ABOU T I T … Tell us what you think bedsheets@bedsupperclub.com

B ED SH EET S OF F I C E Oxygen Holding Co. Ltd, 26, Soi Sukhumvit 11, Sukhumvit Road, Klontoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel : 02 651 3537 Email : bedsheets@bedsupperclub.com

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the expres written prior permission of the publisher. Views expressed in this magazine are not necessarily those of the publisher, who accepts no responsibility for them.

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EDITO R ' S E Y E

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PHOTO BY ANDREA JEPSON

Hello and welcome to this Bangkok Bound issue of Bed Sheets magazine. The timing for the theme turned out to be very auspicious because Greg Uttsada Panichkul, who we've been dying to get on our cover for ages, just happened to be in town before his trip to LA to see his folks. Utt took a few hours out of his manic schedule to have his picture taken at Bed and give us an interview. The former MTV Asia VJ shed some light on how he became a household name across the region but managed to keep his feet firmly on the ground and remain such a level-headed fellow. He also filled us in on life after MTV. For our Bed Hopping review, we were surrounded by colonial splendour at Bangkok' new Cabochon Hotel. Plus we caught up with the man who puts the moves in Bed Supperclub's spectacular shows, the very talented choreographer Jitti Chompee. With the annual monsoon poised to let rip and give us all a good drenching, our 'Sniff This' columnist Victoria Kirkham devised some rainy season remedies to help us sail through the stormy weather. And, as always, we've also got the word on the some of the essential events that Bed Suppperclub has lined up for you over the next two months. PA UL - BE E - HAM P S H I R E Twit t er : b e e fu to n Faceboo k : go o b e e Emai l : b e e @b e d s u p p e r c l u b . c o m


EDITO R ' S E Y E

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PHOTO BY ANDREA JEPSON

Hello and welcome to this Bangkok Bound issue of Bed Sheets magazine. The timing for the theme turned out to be very auspicious because Greg Uttsada Panichkul, who we've been dying to get on our cover for ages, just happened to be in town before his trip to LA to see his folks. Utt took a few hours out of his manic schedule to have his picture taken at Bed and give us an interview. The former MTV Asia VJ shed some light on how he became a household name across the region but managed to keep his feet firmly on the ground and remain such a level-headed fellow. He also filled us in on life after MTV. For our Bed Hopping review, we were surrounded by colonial splendour at Bangkok' new Cabochon Hotel. Plus we caught up with the man who puts the moves in Bed Supperclub's spectacular shows, the very talented choreographer Jitti Chompee. With the annual monsoon poised to let rip and give us all a good drenching, our 'Sniff This' columnist Victoria Kirkham devised some rainy season remedies to help us sail through the stormy weather. And, as always, we've also got the word on the some of the essential events that Bed Suppperclub has lined up for you over the next two months. PA UL - BE E - HAM P S H I R E Twit t er : b e e fu to n Faceboo k : go o b e e Emai l : b e e @b e d s u p p e r c l u b . c o m


C O N TR I B U TOR S

.......................................................................................................................................... VICTORIA KIRKWOOD A last-minute flight from Sydney to a funeral in London led to Victoria’s first unplanned stopover in Thailand and since then she’s found it increasingly hard to stay away. Originally a struggling artist, her work as a massage therapist and yoga teacher eventually led to a fascination with Chinese medicine and a degree in acupuncture. In her column for Bed Sheets she creates essential blends to help you tweak the ups and downs of daily life or just smell and feel special and different.

D R . N A N T A P A T S U P A P A N A CHA RT M . D. An expert in aesthetics, she’s recognised both locally and internationally and received awards for outstanding achievement and performing the highest number of Botox injections, Thermage and Ulthera treatments. When she’s not busy making people more beautiful, she lectures at leading medical schools and international conferences.

WORK WITH BED SHEETS MAGAZINE SALES EXECUTIVE Fixed Salary And Excellent Commission U SHOULD: BE A THAI NATIONAL WITH EXCELLENT ENGLISH SKILLS BE FAMILIAR WITH THE BANGKOK SCENE AND BED SUPPERCLUB. BE ABLE TO THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX. HAVE A CONFIDENT OUTGOING PERSONALITY. SEND YOUR RESUME AND A COVER LETTER TO

bedsheets@bedsupperclub.com

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C O N TR I B U TOR S

.......................................................................................................................................... VICTORIA KIRKWOOD A last-minute flight from Sydney to a funeral in London led to Victoria’s first unplanned stopover in Thailand and since then she’s found it increasingly hard to stay away. Originally a struggling artist, her work as a massage therapist and yoga teacher eventually led to a fascination with Chinese medicine and a degree in acupuncture. In her column for Bed Sheets she creates essential blends to help you tweak the ups and downs of daily life or just smell and feel special and different.

D R . N A N T A P A T S U P A P A N A CHA RT M . D. An expert in aesthetics, she’s recognised both locally and internationally and received awards for outstanding achievement and performing the highest number of Botox injections, Thermage and Ulthera treatments. When she’s not busy making people more beautiful, she lectures at leading medical schools and international conferences.

WORK WITH BED SHEETS MAGAZINE SALES EXECUTIVE Fixed Salary And Excellent Commission U SHOULD: BE A THAI NATIONAL WITH EXCELLENT ENGLISH SKILLS BE FAMILIAR WITH THE BANGKOK SCENE AND BED SUPPERCLUB. BE ABLE TO THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX. HAVE A CONFIDENT OUTGOING PERSONALITY. SEND YOUR RESUME AND A COVER LETTER TO

bedsheets@bedsupperclub.com

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EDITO R ' S CH OIC E

.......................................................................................................................................... Sound Alien Tapes By Geo Wyeth

.......................................................................................................................................... Visi on Mir贸 exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, UK.

.......................................................................................................................................... Read Starman by Paul Trynka


EDITO R ' S CH OIC E

.......................................................................................................................................... Sound Alien Tapes By Geo Wyeth

.......................................................................................................................................... Visi on Mir贸 exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, UK.

.......................................................................................................................................... Read Starman by Paul Trynka


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RET A I L DE TAI L

[ b y The B ed S heet s Tea m ]

.......................................................................................................................................... YO U R C O MPA S S TO COOL. IPOSTCARD - IPAD CASE Keep your iPad safe in this snazzy retro cover by Thai company Good Rak. Made from the strong but smooth fabric that's used for denim jeans' labels, not only will it keep your iPad safe from dust and scratches, it's also water-resistant, so it will keep it dry during the upcoming rainy season. Available in orange, shocking green or shocking pink. www.goodluckgoods.com 850 baht.

PLAYN Sunglasses The latest brand of hip eyewear brought to you by those lovely people at Niche Nation. PLAYN is a onestop distribution brand that makes excellent eyewear affordable by cutting out middlemen: FACTORYLENS LAB-YOUR DOORSTEP. Sunglasses come with lenses by Carl Zeiss Vision. Our cover star Utt’s choice, ‘Blasco’ is a modern oversized aviator shape with a striking edge that fits most people’s faces. This frame is handcrafted from Monel metal and comes with integrated mono block springhinges and soft clip-on silicon nose pads. The temple tips are made from acetate, a thermoplastic derived from renewable resources such as cotton. 4,900 baht from www.playn.com

STEAL LIKE AN ARTIST - Book Ten things nobody told you about being creative — a manifesto for creativity in the digital age. If, like us, you're an avid fan of the 'Ted Talks' videos then you'll love this book version of Austin Kleon's text and slides from his presentation at the conference. The paper version has been expanded into a book-length work stuffed full of brand-new writing and illustrations. Available at all good bookstores in Thailand, 350 baht. 16

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RET A I L DE TAI L

[ b y The B ed S heet s Tea m ]

.......................................................................................................................................... YO U R C O MPA S S TO COOL. IPOSTCARD - IPAD CASE Keep your iPad safe in this snazzy retro cover by Thai company Good Rak. Made from the strong but smooth fabric that's used for denim jeans' labels, not only will it keep your iPad safe from dust and scratches, it's also water-resistant, so it will keep it dry during the upcoming rainy season. Available in orange, shocking green or shocking pink. www.goodluckgoods.com 850 baht.

PLAYN Sunglasses The latest brand of hip eyewear brought to you by those lovely people at Niche Nation. PLAYN is a onestop distribution brand that makes excellent eyewear affordable by cutting out middlemen: FACTORYLENS LAB-YOUR DOORSTEP. Sunglasses come with lenses by Carl Zeiss Vision. Our cover star Utt’s choice, ‘Blasco’ is a modern oversized aviator shape with a striking edge that fits most people’s faces. This frame is handcrafted from Monel metal and comes with integrated mono block springhinges and soft clip-on silicon nose pads. The temple tips are made from acetate, a thermoplastic derived from renewable resources such as cotton. 4,900 baht from www.playn.com

STEAL LIKE AN ARTIST - Book Ten things nobody told you about being creative — a manifesto for creativity in the digital age. If, like us, you're an avid fan of the 'Ted Talks' videos then you'll love this book version of Austin Kleon's text and slides from his presentation at the conference. The paper version has been expanded into a book-length work stuffed full of brand-new writing and illustrations. Available at all good bookstores in Thailand, 350 baht. 16

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BED H O PPI NG

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C A B OC HO N

[ b y PAUL HAMPSHIR E ]

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Where is it? Sukhumvit 45, Bangkok. What’s the rate per night? Opening promotion is Bt. 3,999++ for Studio rooms and Bt. 5,999 for Suites: inclusive of complimentary internet access, fruit basket on arrival, international local calls, and mini bar. So tell us more about the rooms. In keeping with the rest of the hotel, all rooms are stylishly furnished with period reproduction furniture and fixtures, from the large shuttered windows that frame the tall tropical palm trees outside, to the tasteful traditional light switches and reading lamps. Classical murals and montages beautify the white-washed walls to add an air of quiet graciousness and refined simplicity. Most of today's essential creature comforts, such as flat-screen TVs and minibars are craftily hidden away in vintage closets and cupboards. The spacious bathrooms boast polished marble floorings complemented by classical white sanitary ware and taps specially imported from Italy and the UK. 18

How's the restaurant? Deliciously authentic Thai cuisine is prepared in what looks like a typical street-style food stall. The Thai Lao Yeh restaurant seats 52 in the large open area and also has two VIP rooms. The Joy Luck Club provides the cosy ambience of a private members club for the partaking of tasty aperitifs and canapĂŠs complemented by fine wines, spirits or beer. Do ask to try the Cabochon's signature cocktail and see if you can guess what the main non-alcoholic ingredient is. What's in the neighbourhood? In the heart of Bangkok city's bustling Sukhumvit district at the end of a sleepy soi, the Cabochon is only a few minutes' walk from skytrain stations Thong Lor and Phrom Phong. So the capital's shopping malls, cinemas, nightclubs, and restaurants (including Bed Supperclub) are just moments away. If you plan on going further afield, a car service is available.

Cabochon: French word pronounced as (kab'a-shon) meaning... A highly polished, convex-cut, unfaceted gem

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BED H O PPI NG

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C A B OC HO N

[ b y PAUL HAMPSHIR E ]

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Where is it? Sukhumvit 45, Bangkok. What’s the rate per night? Opening promotion is Bt. 3,999++ for Studio rooms and Bt. 5,999 for Suites: inclusive of complimentary internet access, fruit basket on arrival, international local calls, and mini bar. So tell us more about the rooms. In keeping with the rest of the hotel, all rooms are stylishly furnished with period reproduction furniture and fixtures, from the large shuttered windows that frame the tall tropical palm trees outside, to the tasteful traditional light switches and reading lamps. Classical murals and montages beautify the white-washed walls to add an air of quiet graciousness and refined simplicity. Most of today's essential creature comforts, such as flat-screen TVs and minibars are craftily hidden away in vintage closets and cupboards. The spacious bathrooms boast polished marble floorings complemented by classical white sanitary ware and taps specially imported from Italy and the UK. 18

How's the restaurant? Deliciously authentic Thai cuisine is prepared in what looks like a typical street-style food stall. The Thai Lao Yeh restaurant seats 52 in the large open area and also has two VIP rooms. The Joy Luck Club provides the cosy ambience of a private members club for the partaking of tasty aperitifs and canapĂŠs complemented by fine wines, spirits or beer. Do ask to try the Cabochon's signature cocktail and see if you can guess what the main non-alcoholic ingredient is. What's in the neighbourhood? In the heart of Bangkok city's bustling Sukhumvit district at the end of a sleepy soi, the Cabochon is only a few minutes' walk from skytrain stations Thong Lor and Phrom Phong. So the capital's shopping malls, cinemas, nightclubs, and restaurants (including Bed Supperclub) are just moments away. If you plan on going further afield, a car service is available.

Cabochon: French word pronounced as (kab'a-shon) meaning... A highly polished, convex-cut, unfaceted gem

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So tell me again, why should I stay here? Imagine stepping back in time to the turn of the century and surrounding oneself in the opulent dĂŠcor of colonial splendour that once adorned the homes of Bangkok's chosen few, but still enjoying today's mod cons such as wi-fi, flat screen TVs and airconditioning. At the Cabochon you really do get the best of both worlds, plus, because most of the art, curios, furnishing and fixtures throughout the hotel come from the private collection of its owner Eugene Yeh, there's not a hint of twee clichĂŠd nostalgia.

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Come for: The Cabochon is reminiscent of the neo-Parisian and Viennese styles that defined the Shanghai art deco chic of the 1920s. Surround yourself in splendour, grandeur, opulence and then venture upstairs to chill out as you soak up the sun's rays or watch the sunset by the rooftop 22 metre-swimming pool.

ABOVE ELEVEN

Book now! www.agoda.com

A NEW ROOFTOP BAR EXPERIENCE AT THE 33rd FLOOR OF FRASER SUITES SUKHUMVIT ON SUKHUMVIT ROAD SOI 11

NOW OPEN ! For more info call us at 02 207 9300 www.aboveeleven.com www.facebook.com/aboveeleven

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So tell me again, why should I stay here? Imagine stepping back in time to the turn of the century and surrounding oneself in the opulent dĂŠcor of colonial splendour that once adorned the homes of Bangkok's chosen few, but still enjoying today's mod cons such as wi-fi, flat screen TVs and airconditioning. At the Cabochon you really do get the best of both worlds, plus, because most of the art, curios, furnishing and fixtures throughout the hotel come from the private collection of its owner Eugene Yeh, there's not a hint of twee clichĂŠd nostalgia.

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Come for: The Cabochon is reminiscent of the neo-Parisian and Viennese styles that defined the Shanghai art deco chic of the 1920s. Surround yourself in splendour, grandeur, opulence and then venture upstairs to chill out as you soak up the sun's rays or watch the sunset by the rooftop 22 metre-swimming pool.

ABOVE ELEVEN

Book now! www.agoda.com

A NEW ROOFTOP BAR EXPERIENCE AT THE 33rd FLOOR OF FRASER SUITES SUKHUMVIT ON SUKHUMVIT ROAD SOI 11

NOW OPEN ! For more info call us at 02 207 9300 www.aboveeleven.com www.facebook.com/aboveeleven

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LOOKI N ' GOOD F E E L IN ' G R EAT

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S U P ER FO ODS TO THE RE SC UE!

Any nutritionist worth his or her salt will advise people to supplement their daily diets with 'super foods' but that usually has them coughing up extra cash on their weekly grocery bills and going gaga for expensive foods like fresh bilberries, acerola and spirulina. However, the chances are that you already have some 'super foods' lurking in your larder. So let's take a look at some of the unsung heroes that sort out your health but don't clean out your wallet.

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Soy milk & tofu A delicious way to get protein without any of the dreaded cholesterol or saturated fat and they are loaded with nutrients that have been found to promote cardiovascular health. Spinach As Popeye knows, spinach is a tremendous source of vitamin K, vitamin A, manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, vitamin C, vitamin B2, calcium, potassium, and vitamin B6. It's good source of copper, protein, phosphorus, zinc, vitamin E and it's a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, niacin and selenium. Try adding some baby spinach to your smoothie for a daily boost of nutrients.

[ b y PAUL HAMPSHIR E ]

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Kale Kale is one of the kings of super foods and available in most markets here. It's packed with vitamins, minerals and healthenhancing antioxidants. Kale's filling fibre, bone-building calcium and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to help support the body's natural detox system, getting rid of harmful compounds that are thought to cause cancer, heart disease and other serious ills. Black Tea There's no need to fork out loads of money for expensive teas from exotic places. Regular black tea is packed with protective compounds that neutralise health-damaging particles called free-radicals.

*note: A healthy These flavanoids, which are also diet incorporating found in all citrus fruits, berries, a variety of the ginkgo biloba, red onion and parssuperfoods will ley are said to maintain the health help you, stay slim, of every cell in our bodies. Of reduce cholesterol course if you don't fancy chillin' and reduce the risk with a cup of hot chaa you could of heart disease have your tea iced with a slice of and cancer. lemon. Oatmeal The selection of grains and fibre in the 'super food' camp is quite staggering but don't just reach for the more expensive options thinking that they offer the best form of nutrition. Oats are full of essential minerals like immune-boosting zinc, magnesium and iron as well as chock-full of protective antioxidants called flavanoids (see above). They also absorb toxins and reduce cholesterol levels.

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LOOKI N ' GOOD F E E L IN ' G R EAT

..........................................................................................................................................

S U P ER FO ODS TO THE RE SC UE!

Any nutritionist worth his or her salt will advise people to supplement their daily diets with 'super foods' but that usually has them coughing up extra cash on their weekly grocery bills and going gaga for expensive foods like fresh bilberries, acerola and spirulina. However, the chances are that you already have some 'super foods' lurking in your larder. So let's take a look at some of the unsung heroes that sort out your health but don't clean out your wallet.

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Soy milk & tofu A delicious way to get protein without any of the dreaded cholesterol or saturated fat and they are loaded with nutrients that have been found to promote cardiovascular health. Spinach As Popeye knows, spinach is a tremendous source of vitamin K, vitamin A, manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, vitamin C, vitamin B2, calcium, potassium, and vitamin B6. It's good source of copper, protein, phosphorus, zinc, vitamin E and it's a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, niacin and selenium. Try adding some baby spinach to your smoothie for a daily boost of nutrients.

[ b y PAUL HAMPSHIR E ]

..........................................................................................................................................

Kale Kale is one of the kings of super foods and available in most markets here. It's packed with vitamins, minerals and healthenhancing antioxidants. Kale's filling fibre, bone-building calcium and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to help support the body's natural detox system, getting rid of harmful compounds that are thought to cause cancer, heart disease and other serious ills. Black Tea There's no need to fork out loads of money for expensive teas from exotic places. Regular black tea is packed with protective compounds that neutralise health-damaging particles called free-radicals.

*note: A healthy These flavanoids, which are also diet incorporating found in all citrus fruits, berries, a variety of the ginkgo biloba, red onion and parssuperfoods will ley are said to maintain the health help you, stay slim, of every cell in our bodies. Of reduce cholesterol course if you don't fancy chillin' and reduce the risk with a cup of hot chaa you could of heart disease have your tea iced with a slice of and cancer. lemon. Oatmeal The selection of grains and fibre in the 'super food' camp is quite staggering but don't just reach for the more expensive options thinking that they offer the best form of nutrition. Oats are full of essential minerals like immune-boosting zinc, magnesium and iron as well as chock-full of protective antioxidants called flavanoids (see above). They also absorb toxins and reduce cholesterol levels.

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A EST H E TI CS

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[ b y DR NAN TAPAT SUPAPANACHAR T M.D. ]

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Unless you're really thin, (which is another issue), more often than not no matter how much weight you lose or exercise you do, getting rid of those lumps of fat is like constantly fighting a losing battle. That's why more people are now resorting to treatments to help win the war.

DU M P THE

FA T L U MP S

What's a good treatment to get rid of stubborn fat?

When we talk about losing fat permanently, we're not talking about cellulite, massage or infra-red saunas. Neither are we talking about losing weight. What we're talking about is losing fat accumulation permanently. Fat accumulation happens to both men and women. For women, fat usually gets accumulated around the waist, hips and bra strap, and becomes more prevalent and more stubborn with age.

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Since cellulite machines are not permanent, for non-invasive permanent solutions there's the option of using the 'Zeltiq Cryolypolysis' machine which effectively kills fat cells at temperatures above freezing without affecting the surrounding tissue. However, the downside is it takes approximately two to four months to see results. 'Zerona' is a permanent solution for the removal of unwanted fat deposits but you'll need to have more treatments than 'Zeltiq'. Why is 'Body Tite' a better version of liposuction?

As a dermatologist, I actually love this new technology, because it's very beneficial for patients who have skin laxity but do not want an additional procedure. Instead of using laser liposuction or ultrasound 'VASER' which just goes in and sucks out the fat cells, 'Body Tite' or Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipo Tightening uses RF technology to go in and melt the fat, before removing it and tightening the skin.

Radio frequencies also have a very heavy coagulation effect, so you don't have as much bruising as laser. Although many consider laser to be one of the better liposuction techniques, this procedure has an even greater 'wow' factor , because pre-melting the fat, makes the removal process less traumatic and greatly reduces post-procedural pain, swelling and discomfort. But, as I said previously, the best feature of this machine is its ability to perform liposuction and tighten the skin at the same time. Unlike all existing laser liposuction and 'Ultersound VASER' technologies that don't help tighten the skin; 'Body Tite' is designed to tighten even the top layer of the skin often with a soft tissue contraction of up to 40%. So what side-effects and downtime does 'Body Tite' involve? Usually the procedure takes a couple of hours and downtime depends on the extent of the treatment and how strong a patient is. Afterwards most people experience a very slight tenderness and soreness in the area. Also, because it's a walk-in procedure, one can go home the same day and avoid costs associated with overnight stays.


A EST H E TI CS

..........................................................................................................................................

[ b y DR NAN TAPAT SUPAPANACHAR T M.D. ]

..........................................................................................................................................

Unless you're really thin, (which is another issue), more often than not no matter how much weight you lose or exercise you do, getting rid of those lumps of fat is like constantly fighting a losing battle. That's why more people are now resorting to treatments to help win the war.

DU M P THE

FA T L U MP S

What's a good treatment to get rid of stubborn fat?

When we talk about losing fat permanently, we're not talking about cellulite, massage or infra-red saunas. Neither are we talking about losing weight. What we're talking about is losing fat accumulation permanently. Fat accumulation happens to both men and women. For women, fat usually gets accumulated around the waist, hips and bra strap, and becomes more prevalent and more stubborn with age.

www.apexprofoundbeauty.com 24

Since cellulite machines are not permanent, for non-invasive permanent solutions there's the option of using the 'Zeltiq Cryolypolysis' machine which effectively kills fat cells at temperatures above freezing without affecting the surrounding tissue. However, the downside is it takes approximately two to four months to see results. 'Zerona' is a permanent solution for the removal of unwanted fat deposits but you'll need to have more treatments than 'Zeltiq'. Why is 'Body Tite' a better version of liposuction?

As a dermatologist, I actually love this new technology, because it's very beneficial for patients who have skin laxity but do not want an additional procedure. Instead of using laser liposuction or ultrasound 'VASER' which just goes in and sucks out the fat cells, 'Body Tite' or Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipo Tightening uses RF technology to go in and melt the fat, before removing it and tightening the skin.

Radio frequencies also have a very heavy coagulation effect, so you don't have as much bruising as laser. Although many consider laser to be one of the better liposuction techniques, this procedure has an even greater 'wow' factor , because pre-melting the fat, makes the removal process less traumatic and greatly reduces post-procedural pain, swelling and discomfort. But, as I said previously, the best feature of this machine is its ability to perform liposuction and tighten the skin at the same time. Unlike all existing laser liposuction and 'Ultersound VASER' technologies that don't help tighten the skin; 'Body Tite' is designed to tighten even the top layer of the skin often with a soft tissue contraction of up to 40%. So what side-effects and downtime does 'Body Tite' involve? Usually the procedure takes a couple of hours and downtime depends on the extent of the treatment and how strong a patient is. Afterwards most people experience a very slight tenderness and soreness in the area. Also, because it's a walk-in procedure, one can go home the same day and avoid costs associated with overnight stays.


BKK

INTERVIEW

JITTI CH O M PE E

I’ve danced my way around the globe, from New York to Les Ballet Persans in Stockholm, and Oplas Teatro in Italy.

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BKK

INTERVIEW

JITTI CH O M PE E

I’ve danced my way around the globe, from New York to Les Ballet Persans in Stockholm, and Oplas Teatro in Italy.

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JITTI

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Unlike most dancers, I was somewhat of a late starter. I was 19 years old and had recently graduated from Chulalongkorn University with a degree in chemical engineering when I caught a rehearsal and mesmerising live performance by the Italian dance company Alterballeto. From that moment on, I was hooked and knew I wanted to be a professional dancer, so I quit my master’s degree to follow my dream. I quickly realised that although dance can be very challenging, it’s also a great medium to express facets of one’s personality, thoughts and passions without words. Also, because one spends a lot of time working alone, you get the chance to escape into your world and explore other aspects of your character.

The French ballet dancer Sylvie Guillem and Belgian choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui really inspire me; it’s hard to put into words the emotions they evoke when I watch them. But hand on heart I must say that it’s Pina Bausch who inspires me as a choreographer. I learnt so much after seeing her works such as ‘Vollmand’, ‘Cafe Muller’, ‘Rite of Spring’, ‘Nefes’ and ‘Sweet Mambo’. Her work encompasses so much more than just dance and technique; it’s loaded with metaphors, inexplicable strangeness-aggression is unleashed and weirdness is transformed into ravishing beauty.

It’s been quite a challenging task trying to transform the performing arts scene here in Bangkok but we are still struggling to make it hapI’ve danced my way around the pen. The majority of our audience globe, from New York to Les is made up of foreigners who live Ballet Persans in Stockholm, and here and support usually comes Oplas Teatro in Italy and did from foreign institutes and foundainitially toy with the idea of settions.  I think we need to see more; tling somewhere else that offers a to see outside performances and better calibre of dance companies develop more local productions and more interesting projects but I to encourage change here. We do decided instead to stay in Banghave plenty of talented people in kok and cultivate the scene here. Thailand but lack support from the That’s why I formed my own com- government and sponsors. pany and started producing more cutting-edge performances. 28

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JITTI

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Unlike most dancers, I was somewhat of a late starter. I was 19 years old and had recently graduated from Chulalongkorn University with a degree in chemical engineering when I caught a rehearsal and mesmerising live performance by the Italian dance company Alterballeto. From that moment on, I was hooked and knew I wanted to be a professional dancer, so I quit my master’s degree to follow my dream. I quickly realised that although dance can be very challenging, it’s also a great medium to express facets of one’s personality, thoughts and passions without words. Also, because one spends a lot of time working alone, you get the chance to escape into your world and explore other aspects of your character.

The French ballet dancer Sylvie Guillem and Belgian choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui really inspire me; it’s hard to put into words the emotions they evoke when I watch them. But hand on heart I must say that it’s Pina Bausch who inspires me as a choreographer. I learnt so much after seeing her works such as ‘Vollmand’, ‘Cafe Muller’, ‘Rite of Spring’, ‘Nefes’ and ‘Sweet Mambo’. Her work encompasses so much more than just dance and technique; it’s loaded with metaphors, inexplicable strangeness-aggression is unleashed and weirdness is transformed into ravishing beauty.

It’s been quite a challenging task trying to transform the performing arts scene here in Bangkok but we are still struggling to make it hapI’ve danced my way around the pen. The majority of our audience globe, from New York to Les is made up of foreigners who live Ballet Persans in Stockholm, and here and support usually comes Oplas Teatro in Italy and did from foreign institutes and foundainitially toy with the idea of settions.  I think we need to see more; tling somewhere else that offers a to see outside performances and better calibre of dance companies develop more local productions and more interesting projects but I to encourage change here. We do decided instead to stay in Banghave plenty of talented people in kok and cultivate the scene here. Thailand but lack support from the That’s why I formed my own com- government and sponsors. pany and started producing more cutting-edge performances. 28

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international hairstylist & make-up artist

WHEN U LOOK GOOD, WE LOOK GOOD

I have a very diverse team of dancers from very varied backgrounds in my troupe so they express themselves in very different ways. This enables and encourages me to adapt the performances accordingly. My performers are also a major source of inspiration for me and often help me expand my ideas. I must admit that I also learn a lot from them too. The performances I’ve staged at Bed Supperclub include: the ‘Circus Electicus’ show;  a modern adaptation of Khon  entitled ‘The Invisible World’; ‘ Fire within’ tango pieces; ‘Carmenburi’

inspired by the Opera Carmen; ’In Bed with Pina’ a tribute performance to Pina Bausch Tanztheater Wuppertal; ‘Party Animals; and a dance inspired by Jean Genet’s experimental short  film ‘Un Chant d’Amour’. For future performances I would love to do my own interpretation of ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’ and something inspired by the band ‘Antony and the Johnsons’.

02-261 7003 Rain Hill - 3rd Floor Sukhumvit 47 11.30am. - 08.00pm closed Wednesdays www.facebook.com/idahairdressing

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international hairstylist & make-up artist

WHEN U LOOK GOOD, WE LOOK GOOD

I have a very diverse team of dancers from very varied backgrounds in my troupe so they express themselves in very different ways. This enables and encourages me to adapt the performances accordingly. My performers are also a major source of inspiration for me and often help me expand my ideas. I must admit that I also learn a lot from them too. The performances I’ve staged at Bed Supperclub include: the ‘Circus Electicus’ show;  a modern adaptation of Khon  entitled ‘The Invisible World’; ‘ Fire within’ tango pieces; ‘Carmenburi’

inspired by the Opera Carmen; ’In Bed with Pina’ a tribute performance to Pina Bausch Tanztheater Wuppertal; ‘Party Animals; and a dance inspired by Jean Genet’s experimental short  film ‘Un Chant d’Amour’. For future performances I would love to do my own interpretation of ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’ and something inspired by the band ‘Antony and the Johnsons’.

02-261 7003 Rain Hill - 3rd Floor Sukhumvit 47 11.30am. - 08.00pm closed Wednesdays www.facebook.com/idahairdressing

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INV IS I B L E I NK

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Huf vs Ashbury Sunglasses $100 www.store.hufworldwide.com Flying Coffin "Surplus Pocket" T-shirt $30 http://flyingcoffin.com

Stussy "Outfitter" Snapback $22 www.stussy.com

Londons' Central St. Martins College of Art and Design hosts the 'Fit' exhibition; a collection of contributions from leading contemporary graphic designers, working on a theoretical exercise to produce posters inspired by the 2012 Olympic Games. Put together by Jonathan Barnbrook and Vaughan Oliver,

the exhibition exists as an extension to the resentment felt by the London design community at the lack of inclusivity shown towards them by the games' organisers. Contributions include works by Matt Willey (above left), Build (Above centre) and design powerhouse, Bibliotheque Design (Above Right).

Bangkok-based singer & songwriter Miss Jolanda has recently released her debut single "See Ya" online, complete with an artist microsite showcasing the official music video for the song. Guests at live music nightlife spots such as Thursday Live (Nest Sukhumvit)

and Kolour Sundays (Viva Aviv riverside) will already be familiar with this half and Thai-Dutch songstress. This single heralds her transition from the stage to the studio, aided on her journey by the production talents of Bangkokbased Kiwi, Paul Romaine.

www.arts.ac.uk

Milkcrate Athletics - "Ill" T-shirt $30 digitalgravel.com

Edwin "ED55 Bermuda" Shorts $115 www.shop.edwin-europe.com

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INV IS I B L E I NK

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Huf vs Ashbury Sunglasses $100 www.store.hufworldwide.com Flying Coffin "Surplus Pocket" T-shirt $30 http://flyingcoffin.com

Stussy "Outfitter" Snapback $22 www.stussy.com

Londons' Central St. Martins College of Art and Design hosts the 'Fit' exhibition; a collection of contributions from leading contemporary graphic designers, working on a theoretical exercise to produce posters inspired by the 2012 Olympic Games. Put together by Jonathan Barnbrook and Vaughan Oliver,

the exhibition exists as an extension to the resentment felt by the London design community at the lack of inclusivity shown towards them by the games' organisers. Contributions include works by Matt Willey (above left), Build (Above centre) and design powerhouse, Bibliotheque Design (Above Right).

Bangkok-based singer & songwriter Miss Jolanda has recently released her debut single "See Ya" online, complete with an artist microsite showcasing the official music video for the song. Guests at live music nightlife spots such as Thursday Live (Nest Sukhumvit)

and Kolour Sundays (Viva Aviv riverside) will already be familiar with this half and Thai-Dutch songstress. This single heralds her transition from the stage to the studio, aided on her journey by the production talents of Bangkokbased Kiwi, Paul Romaine.

www.arts.ac.uk

Milkcrate Athletics - "Ill" T-shirt $30 digitalgravel.com

Edwin "ED55 Bermuda" Shorts $115 www.shop.edwin-europe.com

Comme des Garcons vs Supreme vs Vans Trainers in store only www.supremenewyork.com

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Norse Projects "Elka" Parka Jacket $250 http://www.norseprojects.com/store

www.missjolanda.com

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SNIFF TH I S

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R A INY S E A SON R E MEDIES

Rainy season can be beautiful, dramatic and fun but we all know how out of hand the dampness can get. It can invade the body causing lassitude, bloating and skin irritations. Water retention, oedema or puffiness of the limbs, belly and face can also be caused by serious diseases, medication, lack of motion for example after flying, hormonal imbalances, stress and allergies. If you think you may have problems with your liver, kidneys or heart consult your doctor but otherwise adding essential oils to your bath, massage oil or a skin lotion may help alleviate unwanted fluid build up.

[ b y VICTO R IA KIR KWO O D ]

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Different oils and foods function in a variety of ways to help clear fluids: Diuretics draw excess fluid from tissue and secrete them via the kidneys as urine. Juniper is a powerful diuretic used to flavour gin. Don't drink that though you'll only get dehydrated. Fennel, parsley, celery and coriander are all in the same botanical family and are are also beneficial as foods and juices. Essences which stimulate the circulation help move and drain the lymph. The most well-known of these is rosemary which is also an energising tonic, helpful if you feel a bit bogged down. Black pepper is another warming stimulating option. Astringents cleanse and tighten tissue. Geranium, rose, palmarosa, lemon and grapefruit are wonderful fragrant examples. Geranium also helps to balance hormones.

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Essential Facts Essential oils enter the body through the skin and through smell and have a beneficial effect on both physical and emotional well-being. They are very concentrated so it is important not to use them internally, undiluted, or during pregnancy.

A nice synergistic combination is juniper, coriander, bergamot and lavender. Rosemary and geranium smell great together as do rose and grapefruit. It is easy to make your own blends and products. Always blend the esAdditionally, reduce your salt sences alone first to get the aroma intake and increase exercise as you want before adding. Use muscle contraction and increased approximately 12 drops to 30 mls blood circulation help pump of plain massage oil or lotion; less lymph through the system. Refor sensitive skin. For the bath, put search shows taking vitamin B6 about four to six drops in, directly particularly useful for premenstru- before you get in, or if you have al congestion, and kelp to supports very sensitive skin dilute in a spoon the thyroid and mineral balance. of milk or oil first.

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SNIFF TH I S

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R A INY S E A SON R E MEDIES

Rainy season can be beautiful, dramatic and fun but we all know how out of hand the dampness can get. It can invade the body causing lassitude, bloating and skin irritations. Water retention, oedema or puffiness of the limbs, belly and face can also be caused by serious diseases, medication, lack of motion for example after flying, hormonal imbalances, stress and allergies. If you think you may have problems with your liver, kidneys or heart consult your doctor but otherwise adding essential oils to your bath, massage oil or a skin lotion may help alleviate unwanted fluid build up.

[ b y VICTO R IA KIR KWO O D ]

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Different oils and foods function in a variety of ways to help clear fluids: Diuretics draw excess fluid from tissue and secrete them via the kidneys as urine. Juniper is a powerful diuretic used to flavour gin. Don't drink that though you'll only get dehydrated. Fennel, parsley, celery and coriander are all in the same botanical family and are are also beneficial as foods and juices. Essences which stimulate the circulation help move and drain the lymph. The most well-known of these is rosemary which is also an energising tonic, helpful if you feel a bit bogged down. Black pepper is another warming stimulating option. Astringents cleanse and tighten tissue. Geranium, rose, palmarosa, lemon and grapefruit are wonderful fragrant examples. Geranium also helps to balance hormones.

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Essential Facts Essential oils enter the body through the skin and through smell and have a beneficial effect on both physical and emotional well-being. They are very concentrated so it is important not to use them internally, undiluted, or during pregnancy.

A nice synergistic combination is juniper, coriander, bergamot and lavender. Rosemary and geranium smell great together as do rose and grapefruit. It is easy to make your own blends and products. Always blend the esAdditionally, reduce your salt sences alone first to get the aroma intake and increase exercise as you want before adding. Use muscle contraction and increased approximately 12 drops to 30 mls blood circulation help pump of plain massage oil or lotion; less lymph through the system. Refor sensitive skin. For the bath, put search shows taking vitamin B6 about four to six drops in, directly particularly useful for premenstru- before you get in, or if you have al congestion, and kelp to supports very sensitive skin dilute in a spoon the thyroid and mineral balance. of milk or oil first.

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SOS SYMBOLS OF STYLE discovering trends, delivering style

A new online magazine and shop named Symbols of Style (SOS) has laumched for Thailand, catering to shoppers after quality, stylish and well-designed products. Through regularly updated editorial content SOS presents its items in elegant features and photo-spreads alongside profiles of stylish local figures and news on Bangkok's best new bars, restaurants and hotels. To see their range of products and read stories, visit www.symbolsofstyle.com 36


SOS SYMBOLS OF STYLE discovering trends, delivering style

A new online magazine and shop named Symbols of Style (SOS) has laumched for Thailand, catering to shoppers after quality, stylish and well-designed products. Through regularly updated editorial content SOS presents its items in elegant features and photo-spreads alongside profiles of stylish local figures and news on Bangkok's best new bars, restaurants and hotels. To see their range of products and read stories, visit www.symbolsofstyle.com 36


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DESIGN + TECH Gavio Wrenz Speaker 1,990 Thb. www.symbolsofstyle.com/design-tech/technology

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DINING Kusamai Flat Sushi Keta 307 Thb. www.symbolsofstyle.com/dining/kitchenware

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DESIGN + TECH Gavio Wrenz Speaker 1,990 Thb. www.symbolsofstyle.com/design-tech/technology

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DINING Kusamai Flat Sushi Keta 307 Thb. www.symbolsofstyle.com/dining/kitchenware

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MEN FASHION Him+Her Oxford Light Blue Shirt 1,800 Thb. www.symbolsofstyle.com/fashion/women

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BED WO R L D ME MB E R

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S TEP HANE P A S SER I  NAME Stephane Passeri What line of work are you in? Currently International Consultant in Business Intelligence and a board member of the EuropeanASEAN Business Centre (European Chamber of Commerce in Thailand). I was previously Commercial Attaché at the French Embassy in Thailand for six years and manager of two major European Union Regional co-operation projects on the protection and promotion of Intellectual Property Rights

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When have you never been so wrong? Many times. I keep on learning every day. Describe your best night out in three words. Good, super, hyper. If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be? Cheese ... I am French after all. What’s Thailand’s best kept secret? Nice try but there’s no way I’m going to tell you.

What’s your favourite noise? The sound of laughter. What’s your least favourite noise? A car braking hard. If we gave you the chance to change anything, what would you change? Nothing. It doesn’t fit with my philosophy: no regrets, live in the present and the future is yours. What turns you on creatively? Surprises ... but in harmony.

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S TEP HANE P A S SER I  NAME Stephane Passeri What line of work are you in? Currently International Consultant in Business Intelligence and a board member of the EuropeanASEAN Business Centre (European Chamber of Commerce in Thailand). I was previously Commercial Attaché at the French Embassy in Thailand for six years and manager of two major European Union Regional co-operation projects on the protection and promotion of Intellectual Property Rights

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When have you never been so wrong? Many times. I keep on learning every day. Describe your best night out in three words. Good, super, hyper. If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be? Cheese ... I am French after all. What’s Thailand’s best kept secret? Nice try but there’s no way I’m going to tell you.

What’s your favourite noise? The sound of laughter. What’s your least favourite noise? A car braking hard. If we gave you the chance to change anything, what would you change? Nothing. It doesn’t fit with my philosophy: no regrets, live in the present and the future is yours. What turns you on creatively? Surprises ... but in harmony.

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DESIGN I CO N

[ b y Sa nya So u va nna Pho u mma ]

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The Arco Lamp by Achille Castiglioni

and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for FLOS.

THE BRIEF WAS SIMPLE :

to create a lamp that would illuminate a dining table without dragging an electrical cord across it or drilling holes in the ceiling. The result is one of the most iconic lamps ever designed that was destined to become part of the norm in modern design. What people often overlook is the ingenuity the two brothers possessed and how they 54

combined functionality, practicality and beauty in such an expressive and unique way. Take for instance the block of marble, sculpted with such minimalism that even Donald Judd or Sol Lewitt couldn’t have done so more elegantly. The hole through the block was designed to allow a broomstick be inserted by two men to facilitate the carrying of the lamp. A broom and rare stone, oh yeah.

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DESIGN I CO N

[ b y Sa nya So u va nna Pho u mma ]

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The Arco Lamp by Achille Castiglioni

and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for FLOS.

THE BRIEF WAS SIMPLE :

to create a lamp that would illuminate a dining table without dragging an electrical cord across it or drilling holes in the ceiling. The result is one of the most iconic lamps ever designed that was destined to become part of the norm in modern design. What people often overlook is the ingenuity the two brothers possessed and how they 54

combined functionality, practicality and beauty in such an expressive and unique way. Take for instance the block of marble, sculpted with such minimalism that even Donald Judd or Sol Lewitt couldn’t have done so more elegantly. The hole through the block was designed to allow a broomstick be inserted by two men to facilitate the carrying of the lamp. A broom and rare stone, oh yeah.

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ART

[ b y S a nya S o u va nna P ho u m m a ]

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LA CURA by Studio Toogood THE SETTING OF THIS

bizarre and poetical performance is not at Bed Supperclub, although it meets all the criteria: it is white, it calls for audience participation and it is an experience that invovles all the senses. This performance is called ‘La Cura’ and was commissioned by NIVEA during the Milan Salone del Mobile 2012. The intention of the designer, Faye Toogood, was to create a “a hospital for the senses where visitors are invited to rebalance through a series of intimate performances”. Mysterious caretakers would present visitors a ball of white clay to mould and shape into something that reflects their own individual expression and mood. The sculpted pieces of clay would then be exhibitsed as a collective piece of art. Visitors were given an cordial concocted by food designers Arabeschi di latte. The soothing soundscaping was by Kite & Laslett.

Over the years, the fair, with its growing media exposure, has become the alternative platform of expressions for massconsumption brands that wish to reinforce their values to a niche audience in a more relaxed and direct manner by blurring the divide between installation art, branding and design.

The ‘caretakers’ collect each clay sculpture and place them in a central pavilion where they become part of a collaborative sculpture that grows as the week progresses. www.studiotoogood.com

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ART

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LA CURA by Studio Toogood THE SETTING OF THIS

bizarre and poetical performance is not at Bed Supperclub, although it meets all the criteria: it is white, it calls for audience participation and it is an experience that invovles all the senses. This performance is called ‘La Cura’ and was commissioned by NIVEA during the Milan Salone del Mobile 2012. The intention of the designer, Faye Toogood, was to create a “a hospital for the senses where visitors are invited to rebalance through a series of intimate performances”. Mysterious caretakers would present visitors a ball of white clay to mould and shape into something that reflects their own individual expression and mood. The sculpted pieces of clay would then be exhibitsed as a collective piece of art. Visitors were given an cordial concocted by food designers Arabeschi di latte. The soothing soundscaping was by Kite & Laslett.

Over the years, the fair, with its growing media exposure, has become the alternative platform of expressions for massconsumption brands that wish to reinforce their values to a niche audience in a more relaxed and direct manner by blurring the divide between installation art, branding and design.

The ‘caretakers’ collect each clay sculpture and place them in a central pavilion where they become part of a collaborative sculpture that grows as the week progresses. www.studiotoogood.com

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I N TERVI EW

Why do you only make instrumentals? Mark and I have always been big fans of film soundtracks. In fact that seems to be a common thread with all of us. Artsts like Jerry Goldsmith, John Barry, Ennio Morricone, John Carpenter, etc. I wanted to try and do something that was essentially lyrical, but without the dominance of the written word. The Moongoose sound is the sound of every record I’ve loved, What happened with Space? I think personally that Space just ran every book I’ve read and every film I its natural course. Bands have a shelf have seen, re-imagined and placed in the context of a live band. life and we reached ours. An innovative new wave of inspired music is resonating from Britain’s Merseyside scene courtesy of David ‘ Yorkie’ Palmer’s new band MOONGOOSE. Britpop fans will recognise Yorkie from his former band, Space. Bed S Magazine spoke to the former Space bass player and producer about his new project.

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Tell us more about the Moongoose line up. The band is a shape-shifting entity with a solid core. I’m at the helm; I do all the writing and I play bass and keyboards. Mark Jordan, supplies the visuals (so is, in effect, our singer), Paul Cavanagh and Alex Griffiths play guitar and Daniel Spiers is on drums. We also, constantly get requests from people who want to be involved. There’s something about the way we work and the creative freedom it gives that outsiders find attractive.

We’ve heard that your live shows are quite a departure from the norm. We try and make the visuals as prominent as possible, as the images complement the music without forcing a fixed narrative on the audience. We are also quite particular about the type of venues we perform at: rock clubs don't suit our live format. People have too many preconceived ideas about how a band should present itself.

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I N TERVI EW

Why do you only make instrumentals? Mark and I have always been big fans of film soundtracks. In fact that seems to be a common thread with all of us. Artsts like Jerry Goldsmith, John Barry, Ennio Morricone, John Carpenter, etc. I wanted to try and do something that was essentially lyrical, but without the dominance of the written word. The Moongoose sound is the sound of every record I’ve loved, What happened with Space? I think personally that Space just ran every book I’ve read and every film I its natural course. Bands have a shelf have seen, re-imagined and placed in the context of a live band. life and we reached ours. An innovative new wave of inspired music is resonating from Britain’s Merseyside scene courtesy of David ‘ Yorkie’ Palmer’s new band MOONGOOSE. Britpop fans will recognise Yorkie from his former band, Space. Bed S Magazine spoke to the former Space bass player and producer about his new project.

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Tell us more about the Moongoose line up. The band is a shape-shifting entity with a solid core. I’m at the helm; I do all the writing and I play bass and keyboards. Mark Jordan, supplies the visuals (so is, in effect, our singer), Paul Cavanagh and Alex Griffiths play guitar and Daniel Spiers is on drums. We also, constantly get requests from people who want to be involved. There’s something about the way we work and the creative freedom it gives that outsiders find attractive.

We’ve heard that your live shows are quite a departure from the norm. We try and make the visuals as prominent as possible, as the images complement the music without forcing a fixed narrative on the audience. We are also quite particular about the type of venues we perform at: rock clubs don't suit our live format. People have too many preconceived ideas about how a band should present itself.

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Does your video artist Mark Jordan interpret the songs himself or do you give him direction? Ninety five percent of the time Mark is at liberty to do whatever he feels. The way we work musically is that I give everybody an unfinished version of a particular tune and ask for their contributions. I don’t direct what they do. I may edit it later to suit what I have in mind but it is entirely their own interpretation. This also applies to the videos.

Where can we see your films? We have a youtube channel at www. youtube.com/moongoosetheband and we’re also planning a DVD version of the new album. When is your album, ‘Organic Technology: Reaction Music 2’ out and where can people in Thailand get it? From www.moongoosetheband.com and our record label www.imprintofquality.com.


Does your video artist Mark Jordan interpret the songs himself or do you give him direction? Ninety five percent of the time Mark is at liberty to do whatever he feels. The way we work musically is that I give everybody an unfinished version of a particular tune and ask for their contributions. I don’t direct what they do. I may edit it later to suit what I have in mind but it is entirely their own interpretation. This also applies to the videos.

Where can we see your films? We have a youtube channel at www. youtube.com/moongoosetheband and we’re also planning a DVD version of the new album. When is your album, ‘Organic Technology: Reaction Music 2’ out and where can people in Thailand get it? From www.moongoosetheband.com and our record label www.imprintofquality.com.


BANGKOK BOUND

UTT

U T T S A D A PA N I C H K UL

G RE G

Born in 1973, Utt was brought up in California but contrary to popular belief, he is of pure Thai-Chinese descent. Raised on a diet of ‘American Pie’, Utt’s parents were concerned their son was becoming a bit of a tearaway and too ‘Americanised’, so at the age of 17 they sent him to Thailand in the hope that it would rekindle the Asian elements of his identity.

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BANGKOK BOUND

UTT

U T T S A D A PA N I C H K UL

G RE G

Born in 1973, Utt was brought up in California but contrary to popular belief, he is of pure Thai-Chinese descent. Raised on a diet of ‘American Pie’, Utt’s parents were concerned their son was becoming a bit of a tearaway and too ‘Americanised’, so at the age of 17 they sent him to Thailand in the hope that it would rekindle the Asian elements of his identity.

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He now admits that they were right:

‘I soon discovered subtleties embedded in Thai culture that helped me lose my initial naive arrogance over all things Asian and also develop a more modest and humble approach to life.’

Utt arrived in Thailand before the dawn of today’s digital age so the culture shock he experienced was quite extreme but it also allowed to him to process his observations from an objective viewpoint and apply a more oblique perspective when commentating on things that are often taken for granted in Asia. This, coupled with his mischievous sense of humour, made him a perfect candidate for a VJ.

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After landing a job at local Thai TV station, Smile TV, UTT was soon snapped up by MTV Singapore.

‘’It was my home for 14 years. MTV Asia introduced me to the regional market and I gained tremendous experience working with them. It was a dream come true being there.’’ Utt also developed a passion for acting and was cast as an HIV-positive commercial sex worker in the critically acclaimed Thai drama, ‘Song Klam Doag Rak’. The series received an award during World AIDS Day 2007 for its realistic portrayal of the AIDS problem facing Thailand and its inspiring message of hope:

“Acting really allowed me to show my more serious side, plus, because many MTV viewers were teenagers it provided the perfect opportunity to educate them about the social issues involved in HIV/AIDS.”

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He now admits that they were right:

‘I soon discovered subtleties embedded in Thai culture that helped me lose my initial naive arrogance over all things Asian and also develop a more modest and humble approach to life.’

Utt arrived in Thailand before the dawn of today’s digital age so the culture shock he experienced was quite extreme but it also allowed to him to process his observations from an objective viewpoint and apply a more oblique perspective when commentating on things that are often taken for granted in Asia. This, coupled with his mischievous sense of humour, made him a perfect candidate for a VJ.

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After landing a job at local Thai TV station, Smile TV, UTT was soon snapped up by MTV Singapore.

‘’It was my home for 14 years. MTV Asia introduced me to the regional market and I gained tremendous experience working with them. It was a dream come true being there.’’ Utt also developed a passion for acting and was cast as an HIV-positive commercial sex worker in the critically acclaimed Thai drama, ‘Song Klam Doag Rak’. The series received an award during World AIDS Day 2007 for its realistic portrayal of the AIDS problem facing Thailand and its inspiring message of hope:

“Acting really allowed me to show my more serious side, plus, because many MTV viewers were teenagers it provided the perfect opportunity to educate them about the social issues involved in HIV/AIDS.”

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Utt recently stepped away from the studio lights and off the red carpet to a more austere environment.

“When one of my close friends found out that I intended to ordain as a monk for a few weeks he expressed real concern that I may find the way of life suited me too well and not leave the monkhood. I actually really understood his concern but it was something that I felt I just had to do for my parents and for myself. It really did teach me a lot more about myself.’’ Utt is now focussing his time on an artist management company. His artists include Hwa Hwa from the China Dolls, model Taya Rogers and his MTV colleague Sonia Couling.

“I strongly believe that the invaluable lessons I’ve learnt from my many years in the business will prove very useful in taking care of the artists that I’m looking after.’’ Is there anything that you can’t eat?

Beef, although it’s not really a decision based on religious beliefs, it’s more for humane reasons.

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Utt recently stepped away from the studio lights and off the red carpet to a more austere environment.

“When one of my close friends found out that I intended to ordain as a monk for a few weeks he expressed real concern that I may find the way of life suited me too well and not leave the monkhood. I actually really understood his concern but it was something that I felt I just had to do for my parents and for myself. It really did teach me a lot more about myself.’’ Utt is now focussing his time on an artist management company. His artists include Hwa Hwa from the China Dolls, model Taya Rogers and his MTV colleague Sonia Couling.

“I strongly believe that the invaluable lessons I’ve learnt from my many years in the business will prove very useful in taking care of the artists that I’m looking after.’’ Is there anything that you can’t eat?

Beef, although it’s not really a decision based on religious beliefs, it’s more for humane reasons.

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A UG U S T Full Moon Blacklight Party

Zinken DJ Search Battle 1

Zinken DJ Search Battle 2

Zinken DJ Search Battle 3

Zinken DJ Search Final round (+ after party with SuperrZaaap)

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SE PT E MBE R Vinyl Sisters

Models Night

Nu Saturday

Bangkok Invaders

REHAB Party

Silence is Golden Party GET MORE I NFORMAT I ON

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A UG U S T Full Moon Blacklight Party

Zinken DJ Search Battle 1

Zinken DJ Search Battle 2

Zinken DJ Search Battle 3

Zinken DJ Search Final round (+ after party with SuperrZaaap)

@ BED SU PPERCLU B

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SE PT E MBE R Vinyl Sisters

Models Night

Nu Saturday

Bangkok Invaders

REHAB Party

Silence is Golden Party GET MORE I NFORMAT I ON

www.bedsupperclub.com W E W I L L B E C L O S E D W HIL E WE E M B A R K O N O U R M I S S ION I M P R O V E B E D S U P P E R CL UB . C H E C K www.bedsupperclub.com F O R T H E L A T E S T U P D ATE S .

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42 BELOW PRESENTS


Host a very different birthday party

L FR ADIE EE S BE ENT R F 11 ORE Y PM

If you're looking for an out of the ordinary birthday party, you've come to the right place. Our in-house creative team can provide you with ideas and resources to make your party a night to remember.

EVERY TUESDAY

02 260 6860 | events@bedsupperclub.com


Host a very different birthday party

L FR ADIE EE S BE ENT R F 11 ORE Y PM

If you're looking for an out of the ordinary birthday party, you've come to the right place. Our in-house creative team can provide you with ideas and resources to make your party a night to remember.

EVERY TUESDAY

02 260 6860 | events@bedsupperclub.com


A modular venue that’s original and always surprising

Bed Supperclub & Starlight VIP Luxury Travel Services

Managed by an experienced team Driven by one goal: the success of your event

First-class VIP Luxury Travel Services in Asia and across the globe

THE ICONIC & ALTERNATIVE VENUE FOR YOUR EVENT To book your event at bed supperclub call 02 260 6860 or email events@bedsupperclub.com

Make it happen in Bed.

CORPORATE EVENTS | PRIVATE PARTIES | PRODUC T LAUNCHES

Our aim at Starlight VIP Luxury Travel & MICE Excellence is to ensure ultra-unique travel experiences to the elite circle of our most discerning clients and their guests from across the world. You are seeking for “Precious Moments that Money can’t buy” Starlight VIP Luxury Travel & MICE Excellence makes it possible! Make your travel in style and business trips that bit different and experience the sublime with: Worldwide Ultimate Event Experiences with MICE Excellence Private Jet & Yacht charter - Meet & Greet VIP Fast Track Immigration at Airports - Luxury Limousines with Chauffeur Executive Protection and many other unique and customized Services

www.starlightvip.com Bangkok: +668-1962-0360 - Germany: +49-251-42146 Email: contact@starlightvip.com Starlight VIP Luxury Travel & MICE Excellence Representative for Asia Pacific of Merlina Marketing UG, Germany


A modular venue that’s original and always surprising

Bed Supperclub & Starlight VIP Luxury Travel Services

Managed by an experienced team Driven by one goal: the success of your event

First-class VIP Luxury Travel Services in Asia and across the globe

THE ICONIC & ALTERNATIVE VENUE FOR YOUR EVENT To book your event at bed supperclub call 02 260 6860 or email events@bedsupperclub.com

Make it happen in Bed.

CORPORATE EVENTS | PRIVATE PARTIES | PRODUC T LAUNCHES

Our aim at Starlight VIP Luxury Travel & MICE Excellence is to ensure ultra-unique travel experiences to the elite circle of our most discerning clients and their guests from across the world. You are seeking for “Precious Moments that Money can’t buy” Starlight VIP Luxury Travel & MICE Excellence makes it possible! Make your travel in style and business trips that bit different and experience the sublime with: Worldwide Ultimate Event Experiences with MICE Excellence Private Jet & Yacht charter - Meet & Greet VIP Fast Track Immigration at Airports - Luxury Limousines with Chauffeur Executive Protection and many other unique and customized Services

www.starlightvip.com Bangkok: +668-1962-0360 - Germany: +49-251-42146 Email: contact@starlightvip.com Starlight VIP Luxury Travel & MICE Excellence Representative for Asia Pacific of Merlina Marketing UG, Germany


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So what’s happening in the restaurant over the next two months? As well as some intensely intriguing cutting-edge performances by Jitti Chompee and his ‘18 Monkeys’ dance troupe, we’re currently offering more special dinners (wine dinners, chocolate dinners, etc). We’ve been ranked as high as #11 out of over 1000 restaurants in Bangkok. Check out our restaurant reviews on Trip Advisor to get an unbiased take on what our guests have to say.

FAQ

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I didn’t know that you guys had a restaurant. I thought that you were a club, I didn’t realise you had a restaurant too. Yes since we first opened 10 years ago this is still the biggest misconception that people have about us. We’ve always had the restaurant and to complement the fine dining on offer, we’ve staged some extraordinary performances by a very diverse cast of dancers, actors and artists but unfortunately the restaurant all too often basks in the shade of the much more boisterous clubbin’ events at Bed.

Can you tell me a little bit about your menu? We describe our cuisine as modern eclectic. Although in the beginning we only offered a restricted set menu, in recent years we’ve made this much more flexible. In addition to à la carte options, we also offer multiple set menus, later dining hours, and a much larger menu. Why do I need an ID? Why are you so strict? From the Foreign and Commonwealth website here in Thailand: ‘By law, you must carry your passport with you at all times in Thailand.’ Tourists have been arrested because they were unable to produce their passport. Although this is rare, because we are a very high profile venue, the local authorities do keep a very close eye on us. So we ask guests to carry an official, government issued ID – a good copy of your passport is acceptable.

What time do you close? On most nights, we are open until 2 am. However, with local approval, our busier nights usually remain open until 3 am (at least at the time of this printing). How do I receive a Bed World card? Our Bed World card is given to strictly through word of mouth to those who have shown incredible loyalty over the years. As of late, we are granting Bed World cards only to guests that are repeat diners in the restaurant. May I book a hen' party, birthday party, office party, corporate party at Bed? Yes, of course. We offer attractive packages for each of these items plus several more. For more information, please contact junior@bedsupperclub or visit our website (www.bedsupperclub.com) under “Your Event”. If I wanted more information on what’s going on at Bed, what would you suggest? Please make sure that you follow us on Twitter and on facebook. @ bedsupperclub (Twitter) https://www.facebook.com/#!/bedsupperclubfanpage

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So what’s happening in the restaurant over the next two months? As well as some intensely intriguing cutting-edge performances by Jitti Chompee and his ‘18 Monkeys’ dance troupe, we’re currently offering more special dinners (wine dinners, chocolate dinners, etc). We’ve been ranked as high as #11 out of over 1000 restaurants in Bangkok. Check out our restaurant reviews on Trip Advisor to get an unbiased take on what our guests have to say.

FAQ

FR EQUEN T LY A S K E D Q U E S T IO NS

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I didn’t know that you guys had a restaurant. I thought that you were a club, I didn’t realise you had a restaurant too. Yes since we first opened 10 years ago this is still the biggest misconception that people have about us. We’ve always had the restaurant and to complement the fine dining on offer, we’ve staged some extraordinary performances by a very diverse cast of dancers, actors and artists but unfortunately the restaurant all too often basks in the shade of the much more boisterous clubbin’ events at Bed.

Can you tell me a little bit about your menu? We describe our cuisine as modern eclectic. Although in the beginning we only offered a restricted set menu, in recent years we’ve made this much more flexible. In addition to à la carte options, we also offer multiple set menus, later dining hours, and a much larger menu. Why do I need an ID? Why are you so strict? From the Foreign and Commonwealth website here in Thailand: ‘By law, you must carry your passport with you at all times in Thailand.’ Tourists have been arrested because they were unable to produce their passport. Although this is rare, because we are a very high profile venue, the local authorities do keep a very close eye on us. So we ask guests to carry an official, government issued ID – a good copy of your passport is acceptable.

What time do you close? On most nights, we are open until 2 am. However, with local approval, our busier nights usually remain open until 3 am (at least at the time of this printing). How do I receive a Bed World card? Our Bed World card is given to strictly through word of mouth to those who have shown incredible loyalty over the years. As of late, we are granting Bed World cards only to guests that are repeat diners in the restaurant. May I book a hen' party, birthday party, office party, corporate party at Bed? Yes, of course. We offer attractive packages for each of these items plus several more. For more information, please contact junior@bedsupperclub or visit our website (www.bedsupperclub.com) under “Your Event”. If I wanted more information on what’s going on at Bed, what would you suggest? Please make sure that you follow us on Twitter and on facebook. @ bedsupperclub (Twitter) https://www.facebook.com/#!/bedsupperclubfanpage

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DISTRIBUTION

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100 Tonson Gallery Ploenchit Accademia Italiana Sukhumvit 55 Admiral Suites Sukhumvit 22 Alliance Francaise Sathorn Al Majlis Tea Room Ekkamai soi 12 Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 Sukhumvit 11 Another F.C.K 4F Siam Center ANR 3F Siam Center Apex Profond Beauty Thonglor Soi 8 Bacchus Ruam Rudee Beach Republic Samui B Lay Tong Phuket Bug & Bee Silom Bliston Suwan Parkville Ploenchit Road Café Democ Banglampoo Café Ice Sathorn Soi 8 California Wow Experience Siam Paragon California Wow Experience Silom California Wow Experience Sukhumvit 23 Cape House Apartments Langsuan Central World Central World Chalachol 2F Amarin Plaza Chalachol Central Rama 9 Chalachol Thonglor 9 & 11 Chalachol 3F Siam Center Channel V 6F Siam Discovery Citadines Bangkok Sukhumvit 8 Citadines Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 Citadines Bangkok Sukhumvit 16 Citadines Bangkok Sukhumvit 23 Conrad Residence All Seasons Place Courtyard by Marriot Soi Mahadlekluang 1 Crepes & Co Sukhumvit 12 Crepes & Co Thonglor Soi 8 Crystal Lounge Sukhumvit 20 Eat Me Soi Convent Dream Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Four Point by Sheraton Sukhumvit 15 Fraser Place Urbana Langsuan Langsuan Fraser Suites Urbana Sathorn Sathorn Fraser Suites Sukhumvit 11 Garden Grove Suites Sukhumvit 16 GMM Grammy Asoke Glow Trinity Silom Soi 3 Gloss Nail Spa Villa Market Paholyothin Good Mixer 3F Siam Center Gram by Gramophone 4F Siam Paragon Grand Mercure Bangkok Asoke Residence Sukhumvit 19 Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Asoke Grand President Sukhumvit 11 Greyhound 2F Emporium Greyhound G Floor Siam Center Heidi Saim Square Soi 3 H Gallery Sathorn Road Hôtel de la Paix Siem Reap Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel Sukhumvit soi 22 Indus Sukhumvit 26 Issue 3F Gaysorn Plaza Issue 1F Siam Paragon Issue Siam Square Soi 3 98

Japanese Yakiniku Buffet Jim Thompson House JW Mariott Karma Kamet Kathmandu Photo Gallery Kān’sәr Kān’sәr Le Beaulieu Le Fenix Hotel Majestic Grande Hotel Mansion 7 Mathematics Met Bar Millennium Auto Moong Doo Mystic Place Rooms in Bangkok Narciss S4’s Niche Nation Novotel Lotus Oakwood Residence Oasis Spa Omni Tower Piyarom Sports Club Porla Nails President Palace Hotel President Park President Solitaire Princeton Park Suites Pronto Shop Pronto Shop Pronto Shop Propaganda Propaganda Propaganda Q Café Q Cut Rachadalai Theatre Renaissance Reveal Wax Salon Royal President Royal Teak S15 Hotel Salon de BKK Seven Hotel Shades of Retro Sofitel Silom Somerset Lake Point Somerset Park Suanplu Tang Contemp. Gallery Thai Ticket Major Thavibu Gallery The Coffee Maker The Eugenia Hotel The Davis The Lounge The Office at CentralWorld To Die For Toni & Guy True Shop True Shop

Siam Square Soi 4 Rama 1 Sukhumvit Soi 2 2F CentralWorld Silom Road Terminal 21 3F Union Mall Sukhumvit 19 Sukhumvit 11 Sukhumvit 2 Ratchaa soi 14 3F Siam Centre Metropolitan Hotel Ladprao 1F Siam Paragon Pradipat Siam Square Soi 3 Thonglor 17 & 19 Sukhumvit Soi 33 Thonglor 13 Sukhumvit Soi 31 Sukhumvit 4 Sukhumvit 101/1 The Manor @ Sukhumvit 39 Sukhumvit 11 Sukhumvit 24 Sukhumvit 11 Din Daeng Siam Square Soi 2 2F Siam Paragon G Floor CentralWorld 3F CentralWorld 4F Emporium 4F Siam Discovery 1F Mid Town Siam Square Soi 2-4 Esplanard Ratchaprasong Thonglor Soi 13 Sukhumvit 15 Sukhumvit 14 Sukhumvit 15 2F Emporium Sukhumvit Soi 31 Thonglor Soi Thararom 2 Silom Road Sukhumvit 16 Soi Suanplu, Sathorn Silom Galleria All Branches Silom Galleria Thonglor Soi 9-11 Sukhumvit 31 Sukhumvit 24 K Village CentralWord Thonglor Siam Discovery 3F Siam Paragon 3F Siam Square Soi 2


DISTRIBUTION

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100 Tonson Gallery Ploenchit Accademia Italiana Sukhumvit 55 Admiral Suites Sukhumvit 22 Alliance Francaise Sathorn Al Majlis Tea Room Ekkamai soi 12 Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 Sukhumvit 11 Another F.C.K 4F Siam Center ANR 3F Siam Center Apex Profond Beauty Thonglor Soi 8 Bacchus Ruam Rudee Beach Republic Samui B Lay Tong Phuket Bug & Bee Silom Bliston Suwan Parkville Ploenchit Road Café Democ Banglampoo Café Ice Sathorn Soi 8 California Wow Experience Siam Paragon California Wow Experience Silom California Wow Experience Sukhumvit 23 Cape House Apartments Langsuan Central World Central World Chalachol 2F Amarin Plaza Chalachol Central Rama 9 Chalachol Thonglor 9 & 11 Chalachol 3F Siam Center Channel V 6F Siam Discovery Citadines Bangkok Sukhumvit 8 Citadines Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 Citadines Bangkok Sukhumvit 16 Citadines Bangkok Sukhumvit 23 Conrad Residence All Seasons Place Courtyard by Marriot Soi Mahadlekluang 1 Crepes & Co Sukhumvit 12 Crepes & Co Thonglor Soi 8 Crystal Lounge Sukhumvit 20 Eat Me Soi Convent Dream Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Four Point by Sheraton Sukhumvit 15 Fraser Place Urbana Langsuan Langsuan Fraser Suites Urbana Sathorn Sathorn Fraser Suites Sukhumvit 11 Garden Grove Suites Sukhumvit 16 GMM Grammy Asoke Glow Trinity Silom Soi 3 Gloss Nail Spa Villa Market Paholyothin Good Mixer 3F Siam Center Gram by Gramophone 4F Siam Paragon Grand Mercure Bangkok Asoke Residence Sukhumvit 19 Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Asoke Grand President Sukhumvit 11 Greyhound 2F Emporium Greyhound G Floor Siam Center Heidi Saim Square Soi 3 H Gallery Sathorn Road Hôtel de la Paix Siem Reap Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel Sukhumvit soi 22 Indus Sukhumvit 26 Issue 3F Gaysorn Plaza Issue 1F Siam Paragon Issue Siam Square Soi 3 98

Japanese Yakiniku Buffet Jim Thompson House JW Mariott Karma Kamet Kathmandu Photo Gallery Kān’sәr Kān’sәr Le Beaulieu Le Fenix Hotel Majestic Grande Hotel Mansion 7 Mathematics Met Bar Millennium Auto Moong Doo Mystic Place Rooms in Bangkok Narciss S4’s Niche Nation Novotel Lotus Oakwood Residence Oasis Spa Omni Tower Piyarom Sports Club Porla Nails President Palace Hotel President Park President Solitaire Princeton Park Suites Pronto Shop Pronto Shop Pronto Shop Propaganda Propaganda Propaganda Q Café Q Cut Rachadalai Theatre Renaissance Reveal Wax Salon Royal President Royal Teak S15 Hotel Salon de BKK Seven Hotel Shades of Retro Sofitel Silom Somerset Lake Point Somerset Park Suanplu Tang Contemp. Gallery Thai Ticket Major Thavibu Gallery The Coffee Maker The Eugenia Hotel The Davis The Lounge The Office at CentralWorld To Die For Toni & Guy True Shop True Shop

Siam Square Soi 4 Rama 1 Sukhumvit Soi 2 2F CentralWorld Silom Road Terminal 21 3F Union Mall Sukhumvit 19 Sukhumvit 11 Sukhumvit 2 Ratchaa soi 14 3F Siam Centre Metropolitan Hotel Ladprao 1F Siam Paragon Pradipat Siam Square Soi 3 Thonglor 17 & 19 Sukhumvit Soi 33 Thonglor 13 Sukhumvit Soi 31 Sukhumvit 4 Sukhumvit 101/1 The Manor @ Sukhumvit 39 Sukhumvit 11 Sukhumvit 24 Sukhumvit 11 Din Daeng Siam Square Soi 2 2F Siam Paragon G Floor CentralWorld 3F CentralWorld 4F Emporium 4F Siam Discovery 1F Mid Town Siam Square Soi 2-4 Esplanard Ratchaprasong Thonglor Soi 13 Sukhumvit 15 Sukhumvit 14 Sukhumvit 15 2F Emporium Sukhumvit Soi 31 Thonglor Soi Thararom 2 Silom Road Sukhumvit 16 Soi Suanplu, Sathorn Silom Galleria All Branches Silom Galleria Thonglor Soi 9-11 Sukhumvit 31 Sukhumvit 24 K Village CentralWord Thonglor Siam Discovery 3F Siam Paragon 3F Siam Square Soi 2



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