Whilst the rain still doesn’t leave the city for good, the sun occasionally says hi, starting to reappear and kiss Bangkok’s skyscrapers daily. And despite all the after-storm traffic and city puddles, September is still filled with exciting and fun-filled happenings to challenge city dwellers to come out and brave the drizzles.
From an exciting local market to the world weekend wellness activities and extravagant international dance & music festival, 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.
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Bangkok, it’s time to dive deeper beyond meat. Hosted by the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok together with Green Monday, the Hong Kong social venture aiming to promote plant-based and sustainable food, the food truck will offer up juicy, finger-licking-good truck fare made from meat alternatives like vegan patties and sausages.
World Wellness Weekend (September 21-22) is upon us and if you haven’t the time to organise your own wellness trip, the Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok has got you covered. Boost your energy, body, and soul with the riverside hotel’s health-promoting activities: the Mindfulness Sunrise and Spirit Healing by Crystal Bowl Therapy.
Those who enjoy alternative rock with chill vibes, saunter over to Jacqueline at Siri House Bangkok to meet and greet with Daniel Didyasarin, a songwriter slash singer who will rock your night with hits from his album “Bedroom.”
Awarded the “Best Special Entertainment” by Manchester Evening News, Swan Lake on Ice is famed for its moving, on-ice choreography, splendid costumes, and a talented team featuring over 35 skaters, each having won numerous prestigious awards like World, European and National championships. Taking place at Thailand Cultural Centre, the show undoubtedly promises to be worth the hype — especially when it is performed on an ice stage.
Lukas Graham will crank up his hits live in the city this month at GMM Live House at CentralWorld. Hum along and let your soul be moved by his melodious tunes from ‘7 Years’ to ‘Love Someone’.
A cheese and wine devotee? The Botanical House has just the perfect dinner for you. Relish in an evening packed with a range of Italian and French cheeses paired with free-flow red and white wine, accompanied by live music performances.
Immerse in a full-on Thai heritage and craftsmanship at theCOMMONS’ Local Goodness: a weekend gathering featuring a lineup of dining experiences, Thai product vendors, craft-making, and cooking workshops as well as live music.