Nightlife

Da Endorphine - 10 October
Da Endorphine is one of Thailand's most successful female recording artists and plays at Sugar Club from 10pm onwards.

Signed to GMM-Grammy, Da Endorphine has won numerous music industry awards. In 2010 alone, she has scooped no less than 5 national awards for best female singer and best female album.

Talkin' All That Groove - 1 Year Party12 October
Jam hosts the one year Talkin' All That Groove party from 5pm - the cumulation of musical fitness from 3 individuals: DJ TO-RU, FREDRIK FUNK & BROKEN KASSETTE. One Japanese cat with a background in the mystic art of turntablism, one half Thai half Swedish audiophile jazz freak and one Thai indie music producer / drum n bass DJ.

Activities (must be booked in advance)

Taste of Thailand Pre-Launch Night Food Tour - 10 October
Taste of Thailand are hosting a pre-launch tour of our upcoming night tour this Friday, October 10. Starts at 6:30p.m. conveniently at Saphan Taksin BTS station.

Feel like exploring some good Thai food (beer included) with new friends on Friday evening? Join us. Only $15 USD (approx. 500THB) payable online in advance here via https://tasteofhailand.rezdy.com/35873/pilot-evening-bites-and-sites-in-the-village-of-love

Make Art, Make Merit - 12 October

Local Alike is offering a trip to the Hua-Takae Community right by the Suvarnabhumi Airport where participants can take part in the annual floating Almsgiving event, traditional kite making workshop and visit the Local Market and Hua-Takae Community

Starting at only 1,550 THB per traveller via http://localalike.com/make-art-make-merit.

Art

DayDream - 11 October
"Daydream" presents 5 artists: Pimviphak Yamsirasuwan, Thitawan Jeammangkang, Prewpai Phetkhun, Jane Srijaroensak, Alongkot Jaisong. The exhibition portrays a short-term detachment from one's immediate surroundings, during which a person's contact with reality is blurred and partially substituted by a visionary fantasy, especially one of happy, pleasant thoughts, hopes or ambitions, imagined as coming to pass, and experienced while awake. The opening reception takes place from 11am on Saturday and continues until 5 November.

Reviews

Missed our reviews of the 28th Bangkok International Flower by Nikki Mayer or the Spring Epicurean Market at Spring and Summer by Raj Palsingh? Be sure to check them out now.


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