The year’s spookiest day is drawing near. And whilst many of us are prepping the most mind-frightening costumes and getting ready to let loose at parties on the hallowed evening of Halloween, October is also still filled with other exciting and fun-filled happenings to welcome city dwellers (or also Halloween nay-sayers) to come out and brave the horror-filled air of the latter part of the month for a little fun.
From an electro-pop mini-concert to a Chinese dining pop-up and a fun-filled rooftop beer carnival, 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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Chinese food devotees who are looking for a change of scene, try the ‘Flavors of Modern China’ dining pop-up with guest Chef Brian Wong from the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. Hosted by three Marriott hotels: JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok, Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park and Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse, the dinner includes six stellar dishes, including Roasted Peking Duck with Foie Gras and Caviar Bao, Fish Maw Soup and Stew Beef Short Rib. Taking place alternatively at each hotel; 8-11 October at Man Ho Chinese Restaurant, 12-16 October at Pagoda Chinese Restaurant, and 17-20 at Yào Restaurant and Rooftop Bar, diners will get to relish in a contemporary Chinese meal.
A lover of electro-pop music? March your way over to Live Arena and enjoy hits like ‘Tail Whip’, ‘Show Me How’ and ‘I Hope To Be Around’ from the Canadian-native band “Men I Trust.” The funky warm beats will have you mesmerised with this music genre.
Revolucion Cocktail Bangkok is a real guru when it comes to a good party. This weekend, disguise yourself in a mask, feather, and cape to enjoy sipping on cocktails and just dance the night away.
Get your craft beer spirit on with the Siam Best Brews Rooftop Carnival at amBar Bangkok. The Thai temple fair-themed event features a lineup of both Thai and imported craft beers sold at a very special price point.
Never have our oceans been in more danger. To really understand the matter of the issue, watch BLUE – a touching, heart-wrenching documentary on the ocean crisis. Dive deep into the tragedy the sea and marine lives are facing through the poignant cinematic pictures.
In remembrance of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, submerge yourself into the melodious tunes of Mozart, Weber, and Beethoven with the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra (RBSO) this month. Every single note will have you thinking of His Majesty’s life and the sacrifices he made for the country.
Get your red attire ready: we’re going to one of the most exclusive wine events of the year. Celebrating their 175th anniversary, Penfolds is throwing a feast at The Loft and Champagne Bar at the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok. Get ready to take delight in a selection of Penfolds wine alongside light bites and treats.