Rejoice! For the smog has finally cleared up and post-Valentine seems to be treating us with a myriad of cool, fun-filled events that aim to keep you up all day and night.
From a Brazilian carnival party and the KOI fashion show to a swing dance camp, 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.
Invite yourself over to this stellar 14-course caviar dinner (THB 12,000++ per person and THB 5,000++ for sake pairing) at Kinu by Takagi, an upscale kaiseki restaurant nestled within the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok. Fuelled with grade-A black caviar from France and sake matching, the exclusive dinner will elevate your humdrum night with sea gems and the fermented rice drink.
Worlds away — but that doesn’t stop Bangkok dwellers from getting into the spirit of Carnaval do Brasil. Havana Social is throwing a Brazilian Carnival Street Party with a lineup of salsa dancers, drag queens, capoeira fighters, and DJs to entertain partygoers who want to transport themselves to Brazil for a day without having to break the bank.
Margaritas are great. Full stop. So it’s only natural that this concocted cocktail deserves a day of its own, and if you’re looking for the perfect spot to celebrate this Mexican-born drink, Mexican restaurants like Touche Hombre are obviously a choice you should opt for. From noon ’til night, diners can down a margarita by the jug or glass, then accompany it with a range of drool-inducing grilled tacos and ultra-fun Latin songs.
In remembrance of H.M. Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, submerge yourself into the melodious tunes played by a pianist Natnaree Suwanpotipra and conducted by Golo Berg with the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (RBSO) this month.
Calling out all bon vivants. Fuel your Bangkok fine dining experience with an extravagant Italian black truffle and French wine dinner (THB 10,000 net) at White Lies. Domaine Michel Magnien, a masterful Burgundy producer from Morey-Saint-Denis, together with Head Chef Maurizio Menconi, will mesmerise your palate with the pungent earth gems along with a selection of deep red vinos.
Following their successful and uniquely stellar fashion galas collaborating with famed names in the design industry, The Club at Koi will again host another fab fashion gala this month, showcasing the swanky collection of SARRAN by Sarran Youkongdee. Those who love jewellery touched with Asian elegance, this fashion show will not fail to wow you.