As we welcome another yet another week in Bangkok, there’s quite a lot to look forward to in the city. While PM2.5 has reared its terrifyingly smoggy head once more, everyone seems accustomed by now to pollution in general, and alas, life goes on. As you go about your day, it is highly recommended however to invest in health — whether it’s in the form of protective masks, or wearable air purifiers

In the city, we see a series of dining experiences as Bangkok’s top kitchens make their comeback from the fiery and fun New Year season. From a truffle-based dining experience over at Mahanakhon Bangkok Skybar, to a visit by chef Andrea Cannalire from his Michelin-starred experience, hunger is not on the agenda this week. The art scene is also getting pretty active, with yet another interactive multimedia art exhibition from our friends at River City Bangkok, as well as a solar-powered exhibit that pays tribute to the importance of energy conservation. Scroll to see your plans!