Lifestyle

Thailand is a destination of choice for lovers of the culinary arts. The capital is full of treasures and Phuket and Chiang Mai dishes are well known, but the emerging tourist regions also offer wonderful gastronomic surprises.
Launched a little over 2 years ago, Latitudes is a free cultural magazine, published in Thailand and Cambodia. In French and English, we talk about art, lifestyle, travel and, generally speaking, positive news, centered on the beautiful things in life.
PR and marketing consultancy specialized in the medical and pharmaceutical industries, Medical Spheres develops a new online ecosystem to serve the local medical community, patients, laymen and… Tourists!
To get the feeling of really dominating a city is a rare experience. Rosewood is well known for offering the utmost luxury to its guests, but in Phnom Penh it takes another dimension…
Artificial intelligence is a subject at once technological, philosophical and societal that is likely to upset our lives in the coming years. So, are you for or against it? Digital Lifestyle looks at technological innovations and their impact on our lifestyles, then asks you for your opinion.
In the wake of the kingdom’s gastronomic boom, for the past two years artisans have launched themselves into the production of 100% Made in Thailand chocolates and are gradually establishing their presence in the international market.
Having brought all the disparate previously competing parties together in a single Phuket boat show, the Thailand Yacht Show & RendezVous offered an all-embracing event at the Royal Phuket Marina for yachting enthusiasts and wealthy lifestyle-seekers from around Asia.
A new column in Latitudes, Digital Lifestyle takes a look at technological innovations and their impact on our lives. Virtual reality, for example, has really taken off with a few applications showing decisive potential in the fields of education, real estate, travel, and health.
Dedicated to the elaboration of fragrances and cosmetics the first Workshop-Boutique by Maison Apsara has just opened its doors in Phnom Penh, for natural beauty products amateurs (oil, creams, balms, fragrances).