Heartland Thai 2010 features more than 40 stallholders from Thailand who have come here to introduce Thai culture to residents. Thai weekend market often features Thai food, handicraft and accessories. [Read more…]
A duck tries to fly!? and a deaf tries to play violin…
Budget carrier AirAsia today offered 100,000 free seats to Thailand to attract foreign visitors after anti-government protesting incident. The seats would be available between today and Friday and cover services from Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Jakarta, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore and Vietnam, as well as from Thailand itself.
- Booking Period : 17 Dec 2008 – 19 Dec 2008
- Travel Period : 6 Jan 2009 – 31 Mar 2009
- Travel Notes : advance booking required- fares not available during embargo period
You have to pay any taxes and fees. So, it’s from SG$34! Still good deal, isn’t it? Singapore readers can simply follow this link.
Specializing in modern interpretations of classic Thai cuisine, the restaurant prides itself in bringing delicious and sophisticated Thai creations to the table. Never settling for mediocrity and being avid foodies themselves, Kha’s owners brought in acclaimed Australian consultant chef David Hamilton — a veteran of 5-star resorts Banyan Tree and Trisara in Phuket, and Bangkok’s Dream Hotel. [Read more…]
- Creatively Thai – Street Fashion Runway and Young Designers Inspiration
12 – 16 Jun 2008, VivoCity Central Court A & B
Without flying to Bangkok, you can now get a taste of Thai design with the Creatively Thai Street Fashion Runway and Young Designers Inspiration at VivoCity. From well-known Bangkok fashion to up-and-coming design labels, there will surely be something unique that you will not find anywhere else in Singapore. [Read more…]