For Thais, November is known to be the month of Loy Krathong, the full moon day where we give gratitude to the goddess of water, or Pra Mae Khongkha. And whilst many are prepping up the most flamboyant floating structures, November is still also filled with other exciting and fun-filled happenings to welcome city dwellers to come out and brave the full moon for a little fun.
From Cuban parties to Austrian wine week and a fun-filled hip hop night, 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.
Ladies, run the night at Yào Rooftop Bar this week. Every first Wednesday of the month the venue is having a hot promotion for ladies. Buy one and get one free and dance the night away without breaking your wallet.
If Havana Social is your pit stop on every weekend’s revelry, don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate its 4th birthday this week. With free-flow drinks from 7-9 pm and a lineup of Bangkok’s famed DJs as well as live music, this Cuban themed party will, no doubt, season your night with great entertainment.
Luxuriate in a range of Austrian wines and a four-course menu along with an accompaniment of live violin performances at Austrian Wine Week hosted by Gaysorn Urban Resort. The event is a burst of flavours all wine lovers will absolutely enjoy.
Climate change is real and raising awareness for the issue is one of the first few steps to tackle the global crisis. Take part in the environmental film screening hosted by Climate Strike Thailand and enjoy the movie ‘The Carbon Rush’ by Amy Miller and learn about the true consequences of carbon trading.
Co-hosted by SWAY and 369 Entertainment, here’s a west coast hip hop party led by notorious hip hop artist Dennis Thaikoon. Get ready to rap the night away with him and a group of special guest DJs like TONY B, T Double E, and Nutt Jumper.
Calling out all poets: here’s your chance to inner poet to shine. Lylu (Bangkok Lyrical Lunacy) is having Scott Wings, multi-awarded performance artist and instructor, over on the stage this November. Live in the spell of poetry and let yourself soak in melodious spoken words.
Part party, part art exhibition, SangSom Moonism is throwing a big end-of-the-year event, featuring a moon-themed interactive art showcase and a lineup of cool-hip bands and singers like Paradox, Palmy, Trasher, Season Five, The Parkinson, Scrubb, Greasy Cafe and Win Sqweez Animal.