Dec 2-3, 2017
THE FIRST - EVER
Lan Kwai Fong, Central (Central MTR Station, Exit D2)
FIRST-EVER THAI FESTIVAL AT LAN KWAI FONG
THE FIESTA OF FUN AND FROLICS!
Come December and off we go on a festive spree! Join the first-ever Thai Festival in Hong Kong to enjoy the sights and sounds to redefine the carnival joy. The streets at Lan Kwai Fong will be transformed into the once-and-for-all authentic Thai experiences. Ashton Hawks cordially invites you to share the amusement, especially delivered to you by Sansiri, Thailand’s leading full-service real estate developer.
Date: Dec 2-3, 2017
Time: 1:00PM – Midnight (Dec 2)
1:00 – 10:00PM (Dec 3)
Venue: Lan Kwai Fong, Central (Central MTR Station, Exit D2)
Special Treat for Sansiri Family Members!
*** First-Ever Thai Festival in Hong Kong brought to you by Sansiri—Thailand’s Leading Full-Service Real Estate Developer / FREE ENTRY / A Must-Go ***
Kick off the holiday season with exaltation! Mingle with friends, talk up good cheer, sooner or later you will find yourself be enthralled by the stunning Thai performances: Lao Kra Top Mai, North West Dancing (Serng), and the invincible Thai Kick-Boxing.
Above: Lao Kra Top Mai – Traditional bamboo dance
Above: North West Dancing (Serng) – A folk dance generally performed at traditional festivals
Above: Thai Kick-Boxing
After watching the impressive performance, it’s time for some goodies and fun. For the first time, experience a pop-up Thai floating market in Hong Kong, one of the most distinctive cultural traditions to treasure.
Above: Floating market in Thailand, one of Thailand’s most distinctive cultural traditions
Taste some Boat Noodles, Pad Thai (ranked top 5 in CNN Go’s “World’s 50 most delicious foods!”), Somtum, Moo Ping, and wrap the feast with Mango Sticky Rice dessert!
Above: Boat Noodles – Originally served in small bowls for ease of carrying/serving from the boat in the canal
Above: Pad Thai – Stir-fried noodles, one of the most famous Thai dishes
Above: Somtum – Usually eaten with sticky rice, Somtum originated from the North East of Thailand, using a mixture of papaya, tomatoes, garlic, chilli, dried shrimp, sugar, and fish sauce
Above: Moo Ping (Grilled Pork) – One of Bangkok’s most famous street food, and the perfect accompaniment to Somtum and sticky rice
Above: Mango Sticky Rice – The sticky rice is steamed and sweetened with sugar and coconut milk and is then served to complement the sweet mango
It’s never perfect without some picture taking and shopping done to orchestrate the enjoyment for both kids and adults. A Thai themed, specially designed photo booth will be set up for friends and family to commemorate the unique gathering. For dedicated collectors and generous givers, “Chok dee” is an awesome concept store where you can find Thailand’s most “sought-after” products, from top designer Jeep Kongdechakul’s hand-painted ceramic plates to world-renowned tea Cha Tra Mue.
Above: King Power – pioneering duty-free retailer bringing Thai-inspired items for shopaholics at the festival together with fun photo booth where visitors will get a free photo print out with its majestic water fountain backdrop
For the ladies and spa goers, check out the first pop-up store of Harnn in Hong Kong. Harnn is Thailand’s leading natural skincare and home spa brand, the expert in rejuvenating your skin and smoothing your soul!
Above: Harnn – the prominent store in Thailand and its revitalizing products
The Thai Festival in Lan Kwai Fong is a must go, be immersed in the Thai ambience and greeted by the biggest “Giants of Fortune” never seen before in Hong Kong. The 4-meter tall massive giants traveled all the way from Thailand to extend to you the most wholehearted blessings. What’s more, imagine wandering under a sky of over 10,000 kites (Thailand’s Chula and Pakpao kites) and catching up with friends? The massive kite shower is vowed to make the best compliment to the bonding. All the fun can never be expressed precisely in words, come experience yourself, start the holiday season right.
Above: Singha – Authentic Thai Beer