Travelfish correspondent Gaby Doman
Thailand-based Gaby Doman is a freelance travel and lifestyle writer. She has over eight year's experience working on newspapers, magazines and websites in the UK, Middle East, Australia and South East Asia.
Publications include Heat, Now, Gulf News, VIVA, Yahoo, Expedia, Phnom Penh Post and in-flight magazines for Bangkok Airways, Air Arabia and Kuwaiti Airlines.
She's now made Bangkok her home, where she can most often be found in the gym eyeing up Thai men or sipping Chang in legendary dive bar, Wong's.
If you have something nice to say, email her at gabydoman @ yahoo.co.uk or follow her on twitter @gabydoman
Posts by Gaby Doman:
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who love to haggle and those who would rather be ripped off and saved the embarrassment of a little playful banter. For those who would rather not be taken for a ride on their trip to Bangkok, you’ll be pleased to know haggling is expected … read the full post
Bangkok is vast and bursting with things to do, but it can still be a bit tricky finding something off the tourist radar if you’re not familiar with the city. But Talad Rot Fai (the Train Market) ticks all the boxes when it comes to a hip local hangout for those in the know. If … read the full post
Those unfamiliar with Bangkok’s nightlife may assume Bangkok has a monopoly on sleazy bars and not a whole lot else. But those who’ve spent a little more time — demonstrated some dedication, even — on discovering the city’s drinking establishments will know Bangkok has a very fine line in hipster hangouts, too. Often defined by … read the full post
You won’t have to be in Bangkok long before you discover the significance of the Chao Phraya River. A short saunter along its banks will reveal boats packed with tourists, ferries stuffed with commuters on their way to the office, stunning architecture, riverside bars, fishermen after their next haul and – if you’re lucky – … read the full post
Wong’s Place is a legendary dive bar in Bangkok. Popular with locals and expats alike, it’s rarely a spot you’ll find tourists – most likely because they just haven’t heard of it. If you’ve ever partied late in Bangkok, you’ve probably been surprised that most clubs and bars wrap up at 02:30 due to strict … read the full post