THE FAMOUS STREETS OF THAILAND COME TO MUMBAI
On our 60th anniversary, we are bringing the famous street food, shopping and the culture of the Land of Smiles to your city, Mumbai. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for all the Thai cuisine and culture lovers to experience Thailand in your own city. Read on to know why you shouldn’t miss out on being a part of the grand Thai fest.
The first reason is definitely the Thai food that will be laid out for you at the fest. Thai cuisine is one of the most favored cuisines in the world. To that, we add a touch of authentic Thai street tastes to treat your taste buds. The food served here will range from vegetarian to non-vegetarian, spicy and tangy to sweet, from your favorite noodles to relishable curries.
Besides the cuisine, the street festival offers you an opportunity to indulge in a shopping experience. Wondering what’s great about that? The artifacts and everything else that will be available here will be imported all the way from Thailand and set up to give you the aesthetic feel of the country. From handcrafted artifacts to beautiful souvenirs, you can find it all here. The festival will also have a kids zone for your little ones to enjoy their own time.
The festival is not meant just for shoppers and food lovers. The agenda of the fiesta is to bring the essence of Thailand to Mumbai and how can that be complete without involving you in some fun activities that you take part in, in the streets of Thailand? You can engage in handicraft artifact making and other activities with your friends and family.
There’s more to the festival than you can gauge and be satiated with! What’s a street festival without some live music and cultural performances? While you enjoy at the fest, witness a hint of Thai culture through the music and cultural performances organized for you. The Tourism Authority of Thailand, India invites you to the Thailand Street Festival in February 2020. Visit Corona Garden Bandra, 11, St John Baptist Rd, Nr, Mount Mary, Bandra West on 21st to 23rd of February, 2020 (4 pm- 9 pm) for an aesthetic Thai experience.
While you mark your calendars for the fiesta, here are some points that you must abide by on the days of the fest-
- No Smoking in the event premises
- BYOB: Bring Your Own (water) Bottle
- Water drums will be provided for refilling
- Students can obtain a 50% discount on their ID
- We encourage you to avail 10% discount on bringing your own cutlery.
- Free Entry for kids below 10 years
- Entrance fees INR 200
- Alcohol will not be served to customers below the permitted drinking age. Consumption of the served alcohol outside the designated area and event premises is strictly prohibited.
- The use of single-use plastic is prohibited in the venue
Besides giving you a memorable time, we want to ensure that you have a safe time. Hence we would request you to abide by the above-mentioned regulations.