The book born of this blog, and its (alliterative) adventures in Bangkok.
Available now from amazon.co.uk, amazon.de and averse-publishing.com.
Thanks for a very great blog.
It took me three hours to read everything tags in Bangkok.
Good tips on many things i have not visited and do in Bangkok.
I like to researching interesting things to do in the city.
Thanks to an exciting read.
Two months left before I visit Bangkok again.
Thomas from Sweden
I stumbled upon your book Bangkok Off The Grid via Amazon and sent for it and it arrived in Honolulu all the way from Germany. So many neat things in this guide. First you go Trip Advisor. Next trip, you go Lonely Planet. Next trip you go for the gold with this guide, to go where no tourist, even the fearless & adventurous, would know or dare to go.
Pure gold, this book.
Thank you! Great to hear of another satisfied customer 🙂 I am in Chiang Mai at the moment so keep an eye on the blog in the new year for lots of fresh ideas for things to do in Bangkok and the North of Thailand. I have made some cool new discoveries. You can also like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bangkok-Off-The-Grid/349862685043296?sk=info
Thank you for a great book! During our stay in Bangkok we checked out some awesome places and we are eager to visit this city again. With your guide on our minds! We follow you blog now.
Nice regards from Berlin!
Glad to hear you enjoyed it! 🙂
i am the israeli-french owner of the overstay, and i just learn of your referring in hippie section, although i find the description funny i would like to comment that i usually wear shirts 😉
Hahaha…guess it was a hot spell when I stayed there (it was more than a year ago now….) Apologies. If we do a re-printing, I’ll take it out 😉 I’m glad you liked the book though! If you give me your address I’ll send a signed copy to the Overstay for your guests.
Hey I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Awards 🙂 http://traveltalesblog.com/2013/03/02/liebsteraward/
i want yo contact plc
Came across your book at Kinokuniya and immediately purchased it. Look forward to checking out some of these bizarre sites!
Cool, I just googled your mag. It looks interesting. Let me know if think you could use any of the book for content for the site and we can cross-promote 🙂 You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Will do! Watch for an e-mail soon. (Sorry, I had forgotten about leaving the comment, and decided to check this page after one of our editors thoroughly enjoyed using your guide to trek through Bangkok the last couple of weeks.) Happy 2014!
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