All Thai food and Thai culture lovers should pay attention to this.
Sansiri and The Royal Thai Embassy is presenting a 3-Day “Premium Lifestyle Festival in Singapore” for the first time from 8th – 10th September 2017 (Fri – Sun).
Timing is from 12:00pm to 9:00pm. Admission is FREE.
(Click PLAY for highlights of The Finest Thai presented by Sansiri and The Royal Thai Embassy.
Called “The Finest Thai”, you can get to experience over 100 Thai culinary, fashion, craft, and lifestyle brands all in one place.
If you are thinking of exploring premium residential living options in the Thong Lo and Ekamai district
with Sansiri Public Company Limited (Thailand’s Leading Full-Service Real Estate), this is also an opportunity for you to check out and ask questions at the booths.
The event is held at the grounds of The Royal Thai Embassy on Orchard Road, diagonally opposite Wheelock Place, about 5 to 10 minutes’ walk from Orchard MRT Station.
There will be 6 Experiential Zones which include:
– The Finest of Living, an exhibition on the living options and latest condominiums at the hip areas of Thong Lo and Ekamai.
– The Finest of Fashion & Design, with curated list of local fashion labels hand-picked from Siam Center and Siam Discovery.
– The Finest of Craftsmanship, where visitors can learn the age-old art of silk weaving.
– The Finest of Gifts, where you can purchase from your favourite Thai brands such as HARNN and Earth Republic.
– The Finest of Performances and Workshops, with Thai classical dance performances and cooking demonstrations from the renowned Jim Thompson brand.
– The Finest of Cuisine.
Talking about The Finest of Cuisine, the main highlight would be popular Shibuya Toast brand After You Dessert Café from Bangkok, which will be offering a selection of their signature toast, along with seasonal special of Durian Kakigori and Thai Milk Tea Kakigori.
This is their FIRST TIME in Singapore. Long queues to be expected.
There will be a mixture of restaurants from Thailand which will be flown in specially for the event, along with local favourites such as Porn’s, Tuk Tuk Cha, Gin Khao, Kin Moo, April’s Bakery… just to name a few.
Take note though: Payment is in cash, and not NETS.
After You (Bangkok)
Serving Shibuya Toast, Durian Sticky Rice Kakigori, Thai Tea Kakigori and Durian Crumb Stick.
Thai street snacks such as Gluay Chuem – Steamed banana in syrup topped with coconut milk; and Yam Ma Moung – green mango salad with cashew nuts and fresh prawns in chilli-lime dressing.
Chinese pastry in flaky thin pastry pie and various fillings such as Thai tea, custard and taro.
Pandan and salted egg yolk flavoured churros. All churros are made from scratch.
Kanoom The Little Thai Café
Traditional Thai food and desserts such as Rainbow Mango Sticky Rice and Tapioca Coconut Cream.
Thai coconut dessert and drinks.
Thai restaurant chain known for Watermelon Fried Rice, Prawn and Green Mango Relish, and Dry Mama Noodles.
The Wicked Cream Co.
Gourmet Marshmallows and Honey Mango Coconut Softserve.
Tuk Tuk Cha
Specialising in Thai Tea, coffee and desserts. Look out for their magically coloured Pea Berry Drinks.
Thai Braised Pork Knuckle Rice, Thai Braised Pork Knuckle and Steamed Sea Bass with Lime.
Soi Thai Soi Nice
Mini Hot Pot, Deep Fried Pork Belly, Deep Fried Pork Neck and Fried Garlic Chicken Thigh.
Traditional North-Eastern Thai street food.
Heavenly Shell by Happy Berries
Seafood paired with spicy sauces.
Fish Cake, CK Wings, Fishball Salad, Spring Rolls and Mango Sticky Rice.
Crepes and Thai specialty drinks.
Refreshing coconut drinks and coconut ice cream dessert.
Thai milk tea and softserve.
Kombi Rocks Café
Thai milk tea and various cooling beverages.
The Talad Drink & Thai Kitchen
Instagrammable rainbow coloured drinks in tall bottles.
For more updates about the “The Finest Thai” event, please go to http://www.facebook.com/events/671119823082734
* This post is brought to you in partnership with Sansiri.