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A restaurant named Bath may make your imagination run wild. While we were secretly hoping to wade around in our birthday suits with food being served among floaties and rubber ducks, the new restaurant Bath doesn’t take its motif that far. Instead, the inspiration comes from public baths of ancient civilisations as places of gathering and socialising but leaves the parts about actual bathing and different levels of nakedness out. What lies behind the big wooden doors is an air of intrigue and mystery. The venue is divided into three parts. With a narrow pool in the middle and candlelight, the front building has a serenity that should suit those who want an eye-locking dinner. The second building should fit groovier occasions with a bar and DJ corner. The backyard is where to enjoy hookah and lounge about. The crowd consists of Western expats and Thai office workers looking to unwind after work. 

Bath International/Thai 5pm-1am Sukhumvit Soi 16 082-491-2501 fb.com/bathloungebar

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