Airbnb is furthering its presence in Asia after it introduced itsNeighborhoods feature to Bangkok, which becomes the first location in the region to fall under the company’s hyper-local spotlight.

The company launched Neighborhoods last November, and the feature is designed to allow travellers to get to know a city better, and more easily discover experiences and culture there. It — in theory — makes it easier for travellers to find the part of the city that appeals to them the most; because we’ve all had moments when we booked in to stay at the wrong part of town but didn’t realize until we got there.

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