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What to pencil into your calendars this October

by Aiden

Amazing promotions, a royal-themed charity event, and more!

1 | Sunday

Today and every first Sunday of the month, Kimpton Maa-Lai will be introducing their all-new sizzling Latin brunch concept called ‘El Sabor de Kimpton Brunch.’ A celebration of the vivir mi vida throughout Latin America, the brunch will feature a Mayan-Caribbean section, Peruvian Nikkei cuisine, Mexican staples, and regional favourites from Guerrero, Oaxaca, Chiapas, and much more. Rotating guest chefs and mixologists will join the brunch each month.
Time: 12pm to 3pm
Price: THB 2,500++ per adult and THB 1,250++ per child including unlimited food and soft drinks; THB 3,500++ per adult including unlimited food, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages

Today until the 7th, Yankii, one of the city’s the premier destination for Japanese cuisine, is kicking off a week-long celebration in honour of World Sake Day. The sake bonanza will feature exclusive promotions featuring carefully curated selections of sake bottles and flights, showcasing the finest offerings from Sake Seeker, including options such as the Gozenshu Regular aged to perfection, or the refreshing Emishiki Sensation Black.

For more information, visit:

3 | Tuesday

Award-winning English singer-songwriter Sam Smith, who’s taken the world by storm with his distinctive vocals and emotional hits such as “Love Me More”, is bringing his SAM SMITH GLORIA the Tour to Bangkok for one night only, at IMPACT Arena, Muang Thong Thani. Expert more of his heart-wrenching ballads, but this time more dazzling, edgier, and channelling “emotional, sexual and spiritual liberation.”
Time: Doors open at 7pm
Price: Tickets start at THB 2,800
For more information, or to buy tickets, visit:

 7 | Saturday

In honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Pink Ladies are hosting an Enchanting Mughal Night, featuring a regalMaharajas and Maharanis theme, at Bangkok Hotel Lotus Sukhumvit 33. The event will include a scrumptious Muglai buffet dinner and infectious beats by DJ Ash, and guests are encouraged to dress up in their royal best.
Time: 7pm
Price: THB 1,500
For more information, contact Manjit Walia at or Charu Dua at

11 | Wednesday

Despite Bangkok’s nonexistent ‘winter’ weather, you can still enjoy the “Frozen” season by visiting ICONSIAM and their Frozen-themed pop-up, the World of Frozen experience, from today until 30 November. In celebration of this iconic mall’s 5th Anniversary, the pop-up will feature a 10-metre tall Olaf and much more to keep the whole family enchanted.

For more information visit their Facebook: @ICONSIAM

13 | Friday

Today until 20 October, fine-dining Indian restaurant JHOL, which aims to showcase the best of Indian coastal cuisine, will be launching their new tasting menu, courtesy of Chef Hari Nayak, so make sure to book ahead and tuck into their delectable offerings. On the 19th and 20th, the restaurant is also hosting a pop-up with a tasting menu showcasing Karnataka cuisine from Chef Shriya, a Mangaluru- based chef who is known for preserving the foundations of traditional recipes while breathing new life into them.
For more information, visit their Facebook: @JHOLbkk

21 | Saturday

Today and tomorrow, Rembrandt Hotel & Suites Bangkok is hosting a Diwali Shopping Bonanza where you can shop to your heart’s content before celebrations for the Festival of Lights kick off. Make sure to stay for the lucky draw, which will feature 50 amazing prizes that are sure to add some sparkle to your festive season.  
Time: 11am to 7pm
Price: FREE
For more information, visit their Facebook: @rembrandtbkk

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