Although 2021 is nothing like we expected it to be, Bangkok’s cool and exciting events still gives us immense joy to hold onto.
Even though most bars, concert, and party organisations are postponing their events until further notice, dining events are still here to bless city dwellers with a scrumptious spread of drool-inducing food.
From a seafood dinner and a fun-filled pastry class to an online live concert, 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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Art Eat Craft represents B Flea Style Market at Lasalle’s Avenue, a place where you can shop for all things local, eco-friendly, handcrafted and homemade. Fresh produce and farm-derived products are also available.
For two nights only, Samrub for Thai will take over Spice Market within Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel with an array of Thai ancient dishes crafted with local ingredients. The dining pop-ups is priced at THB 3,300++ for food only and THB 5,000++ with wine pairing and it will be available with the following time slots: 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm.
Seafood buffs, your next dining stop should be at Skyline at Avani+ Riverside Bangkok Hotel. Every Saturday, the seaside seafood place, Skyline, offers the all-you-can-eat seafood package (THB 1,350++ per person inclusive of soft drink and THB 600++ per child aged between 5-11) packed with a selection of sashimi, fresh oysters, prawns, blue crab, black mussels, slipper lobster and more starting from 6-9 pm.
Hosted by Yoga and Nutrition by Talia at Benjakitti Park, this class is all about vinyasa flow yoga focusing on improving your balance and the upper back and core. The yoga session is one hour and is priced at THB 300.
Bored of seafood on ice? This Paella Sundays over at Bar.Yard within Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok is your antidote to brunch boredom. Take your Sunday meal up a notch and enjoy a pan of homemade paella, starting only from THB 250++ per person.
Hosted by Les Sucrés by Rose, The Art of Lamination Workshop is a pastry 101 class that will show how you too can recreate perfect pastries like croissants with a variety of fillings, brioche, danish pastry and more at home. Led by the French-native pastry chef Jean-Philippe Landry of Maison Jean Philippe, pastry aficionados can expect nothing short of excellence from this class.
For BLACKPINK fans, aka Blinks, this should be added ASAP on your must-attend list. The global live stream concert “THE SHOW” by BLACKPINK this upcoming 31 January is open to the public, free for everyone to enjoy their hits for 2 hours straight via live stream on YouTube, starting at 7:45 PM UTC+07 – 10 PM UTC+07.