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November’s calendar of events

by Ashima

Including a special feature on where to celebrate Diwali in style.

1 | Sunday 

At Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok, the Thai Sindhi Association (TSA) is hosting the Little Super Star Junior Diwali Ball! Guaranteed fun for the whole family, the event will feature multicultural performances and fancy dress costumes.
Time: 11am onwards
Price: THB 599 per adult; THB 399 per child (under 12 years old)
For more information: call Kaushal at 081 919 3270; Anil at 081 807 2772; or Deepak at 089 810 0652

Give back to the community with the Scholars of Sustenance Foundation’s Serving Love 2020, held at Indus. The event will encompass shopping, live music, gong baths, a fire show, food and drink aplenty, and much more, while all proceeds will go towards food relief for those who’ve lost their jobs in Hua Hin.
Time: 11am-9pm
Price: THB 200 for entrance ticket; THB 100 for raffle ticket
For more information: visit

Haven’t gotten your fill of dressing up after Halloween? Head on down to the Dia de los Muertos Party at Havana Social, which will feature a Jack & Jill Salsa dancing competition, with guest judge Alex Teodorescu, Latin beats, and a special prize for the winner.
Time: 6pm onwards
For more information: Visit their Facebook: @havanasocialbkk

4 | Wednesday

The World Gourmet Festival, Bangkok’s most well-established gastronomic event, returns for its 21st year from today until the 8th. The festivities will gather some of the world’s most well-known culinary names under one roof at the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, as well as Bangkok’s longest Sunday brunch, fusion collaborations, charitable events, and even some of the city’s famed street food fare.
Price: Visit for individual event pricing. Dinner tickets include a stay at Anantara Siam that night, starting from THB 1,500 net in a Deluxe Room; THB 3,000 net in a Siam Suite; and THB 6,000 net in an One-bedroom Suite.
For reservations: Email

7 | Saturday 

In collaboration with the Hidden Forest Box and Partyholic by All About Creation, the Neilson Hays Library is hosting their Hidden Farmers’ Market & Book Sale today and tomorrow. On top of thousands of titles to browse through, the event will feature a wealth of vendors in the sustainable food scene, from artisan desserts, craft beer, organic produce, and plenty more.
Time: 9.30am to 5pm on Sunday
For more information: Visit their Facebook: @NeilsonHaysLibrary

For a celebration on the beaches of Rayong head to the Big Beach Diwali Bash. Packages are inclusive of a stay at the Holiday Inn & Suites Rayong City Centre for two, beachside festivities, unlimited vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, a free welcome drink, and soda and mixers should you bring your own alcohol.
Time: 6.30pm onwards
Price: THB 5,999 per couple; THB 2,500 for third person above 12 years old; THB 1,500 per child (4 to 12 years old). Enjoy an extra night for THB 2,000 net.
For more information: call Holiday Inn at 097 195 5658 or Krishna at 081 634 0118

ITCC together with the TSA are hosting their annual Diwali celebration at the InterContinental Bangkok’s Grand Ballroom. Titled Dazzling Diwali, this year’s event will be a true Bollywood extravaganza complete with cocktails, dinner, performances, and a DJ.
Time: 7pm onwards
Price: Tickets start at 1,499 per seat with table packages available
For more information: call Dipak at 081 808 7265 or Manu at 089 669 2788

9 | Monday 

This year’s special edition of Eat DRINK Pink will be held at The Peninsula Bangkok today. With an aim to raise funds for the Queen Sirikit Centre for Breast Cancer Foundation and Pink Park Village, guests can expect plenty of food and specialty drinks aplenty.
Time: 7pm to 10pm
Price: THB 800 net per person
For more information: Visit

11 | Wednesday

In honour of 11.11, the biggest shopping event of the year, networking event Bangkok Yuppies: The Sky’s the Limit will be held at Mahanakhon Bangkok SkyBar this evening. A spin-off of the Bangkok Young Professionals (BYP) series organised by Midas PR, the event is aimed towards Bangkok-based entrepreneurs and will allow guests to network and share insights while enjoying performances by The PiANOLOGIST, as well as sponsored prizes.
Time: 6.30pm onwards
Price: THB 900 for early bird tickets; THB 1,000 for standard tickets
For more information: visit

13 | Friday

For a fun-filled evening celebrating the Festival of Lights, head to Indus for their Diwali Night with DJ Dev. In addition to delicious food served fresh from live stations, guests can also expect music from a live band and DJ, and plenty of fun
Time: 6pm onwards
Price: THB 1,200 per adult; THB 1,500 at the door (inclusive of free-flow soft drinks and one alcoholic beverage); 50 percent discount for children (5 to 12 years old); children under 5 years old enter free
For more information: call 086 339 8582

For all your celebratory goodies, head to the first ever Diwali Fair at ICONSIAM held with the support of Dubai Bazaar and Thai Sikh News. Taking place between today and the 15th, there’s plenty of time to browse more than 90 artisan vendors.
Time: 10am to 10pm
For more information: call 062 696 5522 or 081 171 7005

14 | Saturday

There’s no better way to celebrate Diwali than with a feast! This Festival of Lights, enjoy a Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology’s specially-curated menus in the company of family and friends. À la carte specialities are also available.
Time: 6pm onwards
Price: THB 1,100 for the vegetarian menu; THB 1,300 for the non-vegetarian menu (prices inclusive of one glass of prosecco)
For more information: call 02 038 5112

15 | Sunday

Indulge in Punjab Grill Bangkok’s many specialties at their special Diwali Brunch. The sumptuous day event will feature an all-you-can-eat buff et complete with live counters dishing up fresh, modern Indian fare.
Price: THB 1,000 per adult; THB 500 per child (6 to 12 years old); children under 5 enter free
For more information: call 02 645 4952 or 091 818 5248

26 | Thursday

Their biggest Christmas event to date, The Hope Fair is hosting The Hope Fair Christmas Spectacular at the Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel. For those wishing to get their holiday shopping done early, or simply want to enjoy the festive atmosphere, the event will feature over 150 artisans and vendors encompassing food, fashion, decorations, toys, and wellness products. There will be a Santa Claus photo shoot between 4pm to 5pm, and all proceeds will go to the HDF Mercy Centre.
Time: 11am to 8pm
Price: Free entry
For more information: Visit their Facebook: @Thehopefair or

28 | Saturday 

Enjoy a delicious dinner for a good cause at the Arabian Nights charity event hosted by the Pink Ladies at Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit in Sukhumvit Soi 22. In support of their ongoing mission, the event will raise funds for underprivileged patients at the Queen Sirikit Centre for Breast Cancer Foundation with Director and Honorary Founder, Dr. Kris Chatamra in attendance. Guests can expect a sumptuous buffet, live music from DJ Dev and Kash, and other performances. 

Time: 7pm onwards 

Price:  THB 1,500 per person inclusive of buffet dinner

For more information: call Asri Bandal at 081 815 8921 or email 

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