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January’s calendar of events

by Ashima

What to pencil into your calendar.


As temperatures continue to cool, it’s a great time to visit The Backyard Cinema: Winter Night Garden at The Backyard 168 in Khao Yai. Happening every weekend through till February, visitors can enjoy barbecue delights, lounging around the campfire, glamping, and classic winter movies.
Time: 5pm onwards
Price: THB 350 for a single movie ticket, popcorn and a drink; THB 3,800 for an overnight stay in a Private Wood Villa, two movie tickets, popcorn and drinks, and a THB 500 food voucher; THB 5,000 for an overnight stay in a Deluxe Modern Loft, two movie tickets, popcorn and drinks, and a THB 500 food voucher.
For more information, visit their Facebook: @thebackyard168

Last year, the Bangkok Art Biennale was launched in October, transforming various spots around Bangkok’s old town and riverside into hubs of art, creativity, and culture. The landmark festival concludes on the 31st of this month but until then, keep an eye out for an array of artworks, workshops, guided visits, and performances taking place across the city.
For more information: visit


DrinkEntrepreneurs Bangkok are hosting another casual meet up at Sathorn 11 Art Space where you can mingle with the city’s top business movers and shakers from several different industries, including hospitality and tech. No business cards required and no boring presentations, just simple and genuine business networking.
Time: 7pm onwards
Price: THB 400 for early bird tickets; THB 500 for walk-in (both inclusive of one drink)
For more information: visit their Facebook: @DrinkEntrepreneursBangkok


At River City Bangkok’s Museum of Digital Art, immerse yourself in the life and works of some of the world’s most famous artists at their Impressionists exhibition. The cutting-edge showcase will feature some of the most important masterpieces of the 19th century from renowned artists such as Eduard Manet, Edgar Degas, Auguste Renoir, George Seurat, Henri Rousseau, Paul Cezanne, Vincent Van Gogh, and Claude Monet.
Time: 11am onwards on weekdays; 10am onwards on the weekends
Price: THB 290 per adult; THB 190 for children, students, the disabled, and seniors
For more information: visit


Get the family together for a fun-filled day out at the Thai-Indian Children’s Fair hosted at Foster International School Bangkok. In addition to plenty of games and activities, the event will also feature diverse food stalls, an enriching cultural programme, a family fashion walk, a quiz contest, raffle prizes, and much more!
Time: 3pm to 8pm
Price: Free entry
For more information: call 084 327 7267 or visit their Facebook: @TICFBangkok 


The grand finale of Mooban Wonder is happening this weekend at Siam Country Club. A season-long version  of the annual Wonderfruit Festival that draws in partygoers from all over the world, this last chapter of the mooban promises plenty of art installments, live music and DJ sets, delicious cuisine and cocktails, a bustling lifestyle market, and inspiring craft workshops over its three days.
Price: THB 990 for a Friday pass; THB 1,290 for a Saturday pass; THB 2,190 for a Weekend Pass (Friday to Sunday)
For more information: visit


Taking place over two days, the Talad Thai India returns for its third edition. Head over to Bangkok Marriott Marquis
Queen’s Park to browse over 90 booths selling goods crafted by Thai-Indian artisans, including food products, home items, clothing, and accessories. The market is family-friendly and will also boast child-friendly areas!
Price: Free entry
For more information: call 062 696 5522 or 081 171 7005

Please note that all events are subject to change and cancellation in line with new COVID-19 regulations. 

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