Whilst the temperature continues to rise, Bangkok’s exciting happenings are still giving us more reasons than one to step out and brave the hot heat for a little fun.
From a luxury afternoon tea and a loving exhibition and a fun-filled sake workshop, there’s something to stir a little emotion in everyone in Bangkok. Read on for our hand-picked selection of things to do in the next two weeks and don’t forget to click “add to calendar” for the ones that catch your eye.
Featured image credit: theCOMMONS; hero image credit: Unsplash/Jelleke Vanooteghem
Capturing lovers’ beautiful moments of spending every waking hour together, “In Love Exhibition by Kanis” will remind you of what it feels like to be in love once again. Whether you’re single or in a relationship, the exhibition at 10 ml Cafe Gallery will be reminiscent of all the beautifully romantic things that can happen between two humans.
As part of the Clouzot Retrospective run by the Embassy of France, the screening of The Mystery of Picasso by Henri-Georges Clouzot – a French documentary film inspired by the memoirs of the ever-famous painter, Picasso – will get you inside the mastermind behind the world-famous paintings. Showing at the Doc Club Theater, those who appreciate documentaries definitely shouldn’t miss out on this one.
French Doc Night (Mar 2019) : The Mystery of Picasso
Sometimes, afternoon tea is everything; it’s a luxury when it's done right. So there’s no question tea–and dessert–enthusiasts would prefer it over actual meals. This summer, the St. Regis brings us a mashup of culinary delights and fashion, with an afternoon tea curated by the hotel’s executive chef Christopher Miller and Tawn Chatchavalvong of Tawn C., the renowned designer of Bangkok-based women’s apparel brand. Expect to gorge on a feast of savoury and sweet bites to your heart's content and sip on top-notch tea blends selected by the hotel’s tea connoisseurs.
The afternoon tea is priced at THB 1,900++ for a set for two and THB 2,100++ for a set for two which will also include two cocktails.
Craft beer: don’t we all love it? Yet can we even really explain what it is? Sometimes our boozy minds go blank with the question. But no sweat. With the Craft Beer Diaries workshop with WeWork(Asia Centre) co-working space and Captain Barrel (the beer distributor), you can now be the craft beer guru. Learn all about craft beer’s origin and enjoy the intense beer tasting. Really, there’s no better way to know your beer better than joining the 101 craft beer workshop.
Led by Yu Nakamura, the co-founder of Taste Hunters and the author of 'Grandma’s Happy Recipes', the Sake Tasting Workshop hosted at theCOMMONS will teach you 101 things about the Japanese-native spirit loved and enjoyed by many throughout the world. Participants will also get to do a sake tasting, join the sake cocktail class, and receive lessons on how to pair the spirit with food. A Japanese food or sake devotee? Sign up quick for the atelier before it gets filled up. Kanpai!
Singapore Tourism Board invites you to experience the art of Lion City this month at BACC. With the goal of introducing underappreciated art and artists to the world stage, the exhibition will showcase a number of masterpieces created by seven Singaporeans using Augmented Reality (AR) technology contemporary artists to depict the deep, rich culture of our neighbours.