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October’s calendar of events

by Ashima

You’re going to want to pencil these into your planner. 

For the first time ever, BYT Bar are hosting a Bollywood Night complete with delicious cocktails and desi tunes from DJ Sajan. Limited bookings only!
Time: 9pm onwards
Price: THB 500 net (inclusive of one drink)
For more information: call 084 560 6691


The #MarryMeAtMarriott wedding fair kicks off today at Bangkok Marriott Hotel the Surawongse where visitors can meet with 25 different hotels and resorts across Thailand as well as professional wedding organisers and vendors. 
Time: 10am onwards 
For more information: call 061 391 8455


Better understand how your body moves during Tuning In: Intuitive Flow at SKY Yoga, Sukhumvit 24. The session will explore breath work, body postures, and movement, before ending with a relaxing shavasana.
Time: 6.30pm onwards
For more information: visit their Facebook @skyyogabkk

Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology have introduced a Vegetarian Special happening every Tuesday. For only THB 690++ per person, enjoy a refreshing welcome mocktail before tucking into an all-you-can eat feast featuring 12 of the best vegetarian dishes the restaurant has to offer.
Time: 6pm onwards
For more information: visit their Facebook @charcoalbkk


From today until the 11th, EmQuartier will be transformed into a bustling Bollywood Bazaar, featuring vendors selling everything from modern to ethnic Indian accessories, to delicious food and drink, music performances, cooking and henna workshops, and more!
Time: 10am onwards
For more information: visit their Facebook: @JREvents9

Make sure to bring your best dance moves to Disco Dandiya Nite! Held at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, the much-anticipated event promises fun for the whole family.
Time: 7pm onwards
Price: THB 800 (inclusive of dinner); free for children
For more information: call Krishna at 081 634 0118

The Banana Warrior is back with Plant People 7. Once again taking place at breezy outdoor garden EKM6, this time the marketplace will be themed around autumn. Expect plenty of vegan vendors serving fall-inspired treats, live jazz music, performances and some henna. 
Time: 10am onwards 
For more information: visit @thebananawarrior on Facebook


Another Navratri-inspired celebration worth checking out, the Smart Group Dandiya at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park will be a night to remember. 
Price: THB 600 
For more information: call Ramesh Mehta at 081 811 9746


To celebrate Navratri, the Saurashtra Patel Samaj Bangkok are hosting the 2020 edition of Raas Garba. Taking place at the spacious Ahyat Abalone Convention Hall, the event will see plenty of dancing and revelry.
Time: 7pm onwards
For more information: visit their Facebook @spsbkk

Today and tomorrow, Root the Future is hosting Asia’s biggest Plant-based and Sustainability Festival at Sansiri Backyard. In addition to workshops, music, and vendors selling everything from 100 percent plant-based burgers and desserts to zero-waste soaps and planting seeds, the marketplace also marks the debut of Phuture Meat, a new vegan meat alternative.
Time: 2pm to 9pm
For more information: visit their Facebook: @rootthefuture

Enjoy Bollywood and traditional music at Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit during Dandiya Nite! The night will also feature delicious vegetarian food and attractive lucky draw prizes. 
Time: 7pm to 1am 
Price: THB 800 net per person; THB 550 for children aged 6 to 12 years old; children below 5 enter free! 
For more information: visit their Facebook: @Holidayinnbangkoksukhumvit


Taking place inside the Grand Ballroom at the Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok, the Health and Happiness Fair will showcase healthy home cooking competitions for children and adults with attractive prizes and hampers for winners and runners up. 
Time: 11am to 7pm 
For more information and registration: email or visit @krishevents on Facebook


In celebration of Dussehra, a procession is taking place this evening in front of the Sri Mariamman Temple in Silom. The temple and its front street will be decorated in colourful flowers, garlands, and candles to mark the auspicious occasion. 

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A special Diwali edition of last month’s Talad Thai India is taking place at the Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit. A collaboration between Dubai Bazaar and Thai Sikh News, the event aims to promote local artisans and community-owned businesses. 
For more information: email

Hosted by The Wedding Galore, Sufi Night at Amari Pattaya will see an evening of Sufism coupled with a lavish Indian buffet and entertainment by Indian singers and a Bollywood DJ. 
Price: THB 999 per person for dinner and one standard drink; THB 3,199 per couple inclusive of a one night stay at Ozo Pattaya, breakfast for two, buffet dinner, one standard drink per person, and travel insurance for two. 
For bookings and more information: call Kavneet at 082 779 0955 or Anita at 081 645 6646


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