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Neo Entertainment Gallery

There’s nothing worse than great music being played through bad speakers. There’s nothing better than hearing your favourite tunes played crisp and clear. Luckily nowadays you don’t need to spend a fortune to get quality sound systems; so pop over to Neo Entertainment Gallery to test out some of their audio products for free. Citylife is sure you’ll appreciate the immense pleasure drawn from a decent set of speakers. The owner of Neo Entertainment Gallery and his team of nine staff are all dedicated experts in their field of sound and entertainment technology. The staff is constantly trained on new products and technological advancements. The company places high emphasis on quality and stocks a wide range of audio and home-theatre systems, speakers, headphones and other gadgets. As well as the audio equipment you can find lighting and security equipment and systems, software, DVDs, CDs and much more. Neo Entertainment Gallery is divided into three sections including an audio shop, a high-end sound testing studio and gallery and a Bose products store – the first in Thailand. Go and check out some of the hottest products on the worldwide market including the award winning Dragonfly USB Digital Audio-Converter or the P3 Mobile Hi-Fi Headphones from Bowers & Wilkins. And if that isn’t enough, there’s a great little coffee shop downstairs, selling delicious drinks and snacks. Oh, and one last thing; there is a free cup of coffee for everyone on the 15th of each month between 1-4 p.m.

Huay Kaew Road, Class One Complex

Open Daily 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. (coffee shop)

053 217 703/4, (053 212 70, coffee shop)

[email protected]

www.neoentertainmentgallery.com, 

www.facebook.com/pages/Neo-Entertainment-Gallery

Bann Jangarpor

Baan Jangarpor is a restaurant with a unique feeling and atmosphere of times past, tasty food and good service – an all round safe bet for a place to take guests out for a special treat. Step into the 150 year old Burmese-Lanna colonial style teak house and you will know what we are talking about. This restaurant comes with a peek into local history and culture of days gone by. Baan Jangarpor has combined Burmese, Thai and northern Thai cooking styles and ingredients to create their select menu. Expect to find Thai classics such as gang hang-le curry, massaman curry and Thai fish steamed with Thai herbs and vegetables. Rattan fans are placed on tables giving an old world feel and on the walls there are old black and white photos of Chiang Mai. In traditional glass showcases, antique decorations such as dolls, models and accessories are on display. There is a tropical-colonial style garden outside, where you can sit amongst the butterflies, sip a refreshing Thai herbal beverage and admire the ancient building structure. Every evening there is live music such as piano and the traditional Thai xylophone which are alternated daily. In December they will be opening a new wine bar.

Charoernprathet Road

Open Daily 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. Closed on 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month

053 275 030

www.baanjangarporrestaurant.com