Crowded and lit in a club is what Thursday's in Bangkok should be, and with last night's internationally loved party of the moment Places + Faces making a stop in the City of Angels at Whiteline, hosted by our little bro Balm Tungsuwan along with Hennessy, there was no stopping the heat.
Berlin, Prague, and Paris: connected in history but also through the lives of the authors that called these cities home.
To celebrate the 2017 New Establishment List, 2Magazine with Lotus Arts de Vivre hosted a Balinese-themed party; Chalermhut Tantiwongse captured guests in Black Tie Sarong in an exclusive Photo Portfolio.
We celebrate this International Surfing Day by welcoming home the Hōkūle‘a, a Hawaiian canoe that circumnavigated the earth by following the stars.
Mademoiselle Mumu on how to handle boring people at social functions
Tyler Trafas, founder and owner of the California surf brand: One Wave Surf, has been surfing El Salvador’s world-class right-hand point breaks for a decade. He now hosts yoga/surf retreats there each year, and offers 2Mag these tips for surfing in El Salvador.
Cutting through the myths, debates, and changing landscape of fitness is increasingly difficult, but science makes it easier. So says Jack Thomas, founder of BASE Bangkok.
For something as rare as a ticket to Britney’s concert, you’ll have to strategize well.
Ahead of his North American tour, the Midwest rapper is making a detour all the way to Bangkok next month. But, like, why?
Our addiction to plastic is threatening our world: aesthetically, economically, environmentally, and physically. This Earth Day (Apr 22), remember that saving the planet ultimately means saving ourselves.
Driving costs more than just fuel and maintenance: there’s an environmental price to pay too.
An (imaginary) interview with Aladdin, Pongpat Pongpairoj's pet monkey.
2Magazine Managing Editor Trevor Ranges kicked off his writing career as a specialist in beaches and islands. He recently returned to Koh Yao after a ten-year absence from this pair of Phang Nga Bay islands to share with us this dispatch.
And it’s more revolutionary than you might think.
The KTA returns to the shores of Pranburi after a three-season break with the “Moose 2017 Asian TTR Kiteboarding Championships & KTA Freestyle X”.
With the recent showers falling on Bangkok, we’ve come to realize that rainy season is almost upon us. In order to get ready for the annual monsoon, we take a look at a variety of umbrella options to help us stay fashionably dry.
Most are familiar with Earth Day, but many may not have heard of Earth Hour before: switching off everything that draws electricity for one hour on March 25th is all you have to do.
Ethan McAulay joined a hopelessly short list of people to experience the audio holy grail that is the Sennheiser HE 1: the greatest headphone system in the world.
With Art Basel Hong Kong just around the corner (private viewings starting on the 21st and open to the public from the 23rd to the 25th of March), we ask forever-stylish gallerist Sutima Sucharitakul of Nova Contemporary for her tips on what to pack and how to explore the art fair like a pro.
For 4 nights a year, Yangon-based chef Kevin Ching eats, breathes, and (occasionally) sleeps Wonderfruit. The Wonderfruit veteran shares his must-see, -do, and -bring essentials for last-minute change of hearts.
Art + Eggs = Sustainable jobs as 2Magazine and Ong Kongpat team up on a Thai omelette truck at Wonderfruit to support SATI non-profit’s development program for at-risk youths.
Waris Ahluwalia is a man of the world and of many talents: designer, actor, and - of late - tea brewer. On his recent visit to Mexico City he was inspired by everything from his hotel and amazing food to art and ruins.
Natural wonders are often more beautiful than man-made creations. Here are six resorts in UNESCO bio-reserve areas that are smack dab in the middle of Mother Nature.
Geoffrey Cain recently enjoyed an 11-day holiday in North Korea, traveling by train to remote cities and provinces. Cain shares his thoughts about his trip as a tourist to the fascinating and picturesque rogue nation.
On a recent trip to San Sebastián, John Chantarasak spent a week exploring the expansive pitnxos scene in the Old Quarter of the city, discovering San Sebastián’s gastronomic delights, one bite at a time.
One of their more exclusive properties, The Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, a safari-style resort deep in the jungle, is an experience of a lifetime - with peach-and-nude leaf print robes that Tarzan would approve of.
Naoshima and Teshima have now become a pilgrimage for artistic travelers. From the Kusama pumpkin to the Tadao Ando-designed Chichu Museum, VKI take us on a visual adventure to these twin islands.