29-31 October 2019
@ Studio Naenna, Chiang Mai
Nestled in the shade of Suthep mountain, Studio Naenna is home to unique fabric making and indigo workshops. Learn the secrets of indigo dyeing with them in these three-day workshops :
cutting indigo plants, soaking, dye preparation, tie dye techniques and un-tying. For details and reservation: 053-226 042 email@example.com
Today until 31st October 2019
@ Siam Celadon, Sankampaeng Road
This October, enjoy an amazing warehouse sale at Siam celadon with a large
selection of celadon items marked 70% off! Product on sale includes homeware, tableware, coffee and tea accessories, home decor. This super sale goes until end of stock, so be quick! Siam Celadon is located on Sankampaeng Road, passing Borsang (see adv. page 38).
Point of View
4-29th October 2019 - Free entry
@ Chiang Mai City Arts & Culture Centre
Thai local artist Supachet Bhumakarn has a special connection with elephants. This October, from 4 to 29th, he will exhibit his work at Chiang Mai City Arts & Culture Centre, the nice building located behind The Three Kings Monument. Stop by to discover Supachet’s work, and meet with the artist who will be there everyday to share his love of art.
Royal Barge Procession
24 October 2019
A Royal Barge Procession, presided over by His Majesty the King, will be held in Bangkok on October 24th. The event, which will involve up to 52 elaborately crafted river barges and 2,200
seamen, is part of year-long celebrations of King Vajiralongkorn’s coronation. The tradition of royal river processions dates back hundreds of years; the last procession took place in 2012.
King Vajiralongkorn’s river journey, on October 24th, will start at Tha Wasukri royal pier in Dusit district and end at Wat Arun Wanaram, aka the Temple of Dawn, on the western bank of the Chao Phraya River.
13 October 2019
Three months of the Buddhist Lent or Khao Phansa comes to a finish on this full moon day. Called Awk Phansa, meaning the end of the Buddhist Lent, this event celebrates the moment when monks can now go out of temples and receive alms as usual. There will be ceremonies in all temples.
28 September - 7 October 2019
The Phuket Vegetarian Festival is an annual event. It is believed that the vegetarian festival and its accompanying sacred rituals bestow good fortune upon those who religiously observe a 10 day vegetarian or vegan diet for the purpose of spiritual cleansing and merit making.