The Hanoitimes - Vanilla Bakeshop, Emmie`s, Shugaa… there are the best coffee shop in Bangkok, Thailand. Vanilla Bakeshop Upon entering the shop, which occupies the front corner space of the English courtyard-style Vanilla Garden compound, customers are charmingly greeted by the buttery aroma of freshly baked goods and mouthwatering display of handcrafted pastries and desserts. It’s a real paradise for sweet tooths and discerning gluttons alike. As its name indicates, the warmly decked-out venue with a seating capacity of 50 mainly offers baked goods, yet is not limited to light victuals. Among dozens of choices of pastries, desserts and drinks is also a small line-up of substantial fare. The extensive collection of house-concocted drinks features approximately 50 items including fruit juices, creative smoothies, fanciful floats, house-blended tea and Italian dark-roasted coffee and shandies. Girls and girls at heart may find satisfaction from the lychee lavender … [Read more...] about The best coffee shop in Bangkok
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VietNamNet Bridge – Building marine tourism brand or selecting culinary art as the core values of the Vietnamese tourism is still a matter of controversy. At a recent seminar on building the strategy on brand development for Vietnam's tourism to 2025, with the vision to 2030, many experts contributed ideas to improve the competitiveness of Vietnam's tourism in the integration period. Tourism brands According to Le Tuan Anh, Deputy Director of the International Cooperation Department, Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, an important factor to influence the attraction of tourists is not the symbol or slogan but the value of tourism brand. Many countries around the world have made great progress in the number of tourists thanks to success in branding construction. For instance, the UK with the brand "Great Britain" built in 2012, which helped this country reach a new record of foreign tourists, with 34.4 million in 2014. Adjacent to Vietnam, Thailand is also a good … [Read more...] about Will cuisine or marine tourism be the core of Vietnam tourism?