Satit International Bilingual School hosts an annual Open Day event during which you can tour the facilities, meet with faculty and teaching staff, and get a sense of the commitment to student education that infuses everything at SBS. Everyone is welcome!
Celebrate Loy Krathong festival at The Consul’s Garden and enjoy a wonderful evening with Thai Lanna-style Market, BBQ, international buffet and food demonstration plus Thai traditional dances and live music and complimentary krathong to float into Ping river. @ 2,000 THB (adult) 1,000 THB (children 6-12)
Reservation: 089-888 9339
Nap 20th Celebration
5-11 December 2020
@ Nimmanhaemin Road, Soi 1.
With different styles of stores and vibrant colours, Nimman Soi 1 is one of the most arty and chic streets of Chiang Mai. In December they will host during one week the annual Nimmanhaemin Art and Design Promenade (NAP) which will fill this trendy
street with local and modern arts, unique craftworks, performances, workshops and delicious food stands.
This festival is organized by the people behind the 4 jazz bars of Chiang Mai: the North Gate Jazz Co-Op with its proven 13 years in the jazz arena, the tucked-away Thapae East - Venue for the Creative Arts and all the musicians it has brought to us,
the luxurious Mellowship with its smooth mellow atmosphere, and the newcomer Moment’s Notice offering an experience second to none. Enjoy great music by the best musicians in town!
The full moon night of the twelfth lunar month is back. It is time for Loy Krathong festival once again. “Loy Krathong” translates to “float a basket”, and comes from the tradition of making a krathong which is then floated on the river to pay respects to the goddess of water.
To celebrate and join in with Thai culture, CLBS Ltd. will host a Krathong making workshop at Kad Klang Wiang. Come and create memories!
11-12 November 2019
@ Chiang Mai and Nationwide.
As the full moon of the twelfth lunar month lights up the sky throughout the Thai Kingdom, hundreds of thousands of ornately-decorated leaf floats are set adrift in rivers and waterways in a spell-binding ritual called “Loy Krathong”, the festival of lights. This is one of the kingdom’s oldest and best preserved traditions and one of Chiang Mai most beautiful event (read our cover story page 14).