Thinking of taking a trip to Thailand? Let the Royal Thai Embassy’s Thai Festival 2022 convince you with stalls selling merchandise, food stalls with classics such as mango sticky rice, and other events you can’t miss. Returning for the first time since the pandemic, the festival this year promises to be bigger and better.
Mark your calendars for 4–6 November, as the three-day festival kicks off this Friday in Orchard Road at the Royal Thai Embassy.
Shop Thai souvenirs and feast on popular desserts and snacks like mango sticky rice and Moo Ping from over 30 vendors selling goodies that’ll make you feel like you’re in Chatuchak Market (let’s hope it’ll tide us over for the next three months until the market actually opens in Singapore).
Watch exciting cultural performances, and groove to the beat as you soak in the festive atmosphere. Going off previous iterations of the event, you can expect cooking demonstrations and lucky draws with attractive prizes – you won’t walk away empty-handed at this event.
The first rule of Fight Club is, you do not talk about Fight Club … but you can certainly tell your friends about the Muay Thai competitions happening over the course of the festival. While the WBC Muay Thai Competition (International Title) on 5 November is ticketed at S$50, the public can still catch the WBC Amateur Muay Thai Competition for free on 4 November.
Famed Thai, international and local Muay Thai fighters will duke it out in the competition to aim to become the champion. Only one will win… but who will it be? Come down to find out!
Want to experience an authentic Thai day out? Then head on down to The Thai Festival 2022, where you’ll shop till you drop, eat to your heart’s content, and watch exhilarating Muay Thai Fights.
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