It’s not yet a Covid-less world just yet, but special occasions like Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day are fast-approaching, and that gives us a few more reasons to be jolly.
As for the first half of February, there’s also a repertoire of cool and exciting events to partake in.
From a makeup workshop and a fun-filled jewellery making class to a freestyle painting session, there’s something to stir a little emotion in everyone. 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.
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Korean food and series devotees, Samyan Mitrtown has just the right event for you. The K-MARKET this February boasts a lineup of Korean restaurants, with everything from bulgogi to bibimbap and teokbokki to cater to your taste buds.
Hosted by the jewellery brand,OHM Thailand, the Dog Lovers Jewellery Workshop will teach you how you too can make puppy-shaped accessories to please dog lover in your life. Taking place at Woof Pack Bangkok, the workshop is also free to attend.
Traverse over the glory of the plant-based Mediterranean diet at Seeds & Sunshine, an Ekkamai vegetarian/vegan eatery. Together with Alt.Kitchen, the two plant-based brands will host a dining pop-up with a five-course Mediterranean tasting menu priced at THB 1,200 per person available for lunch and dinner.
Currently sheltering in or working from home? That gives you more reason to stock up on wholesome local goodies from the Bangkok Farmers’ Market at Habito Mall. Here’s where local farmers, producers, and artisans will be showcasing their pristine products and crafts like fresh veggies, bakery goods, and handmade jewellery.
Ladies and gents, the Know Your Face Makeup Workshop (THB 2,000) by Natalie Lorence Make Up Artist will walk you through a makeup 101 lesson, and, as a plus, is inclusive of a skincare consultation and advice on your daily makeup products and tools.
Wine and painting: we know these two go hand in hand. The Hive Prakanong is hosting the Artify: Freestyle Painting Social event, a judgement-free zone where you can create and paint away with some vino in your hand.
‘I, Claude Monet’ is a visual narrative of the life of the famed French painter, Claude Monet. The screening of this film is taking place at the RCB Forum, 2nd floor of River City Bangkok. Get your ticket here.