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The Spa at Le Meridien launches Forever Young; discover the secret to youthful skin. Experience a Holistic and rejuvenating revival of body and mind with soothing therapies using Bhawa products; known for their natural formulas with organic essential oils and unique scents.
Old Chiang Mai will be introducing walking-street-styled “Street Craft @ Old Chiang Mai” for three months to support tourism and provide a channel for entrepreneurs to distribute their products. There will be a variety of product booths and activities including Thai boxing training and competition, exhibitions, performances, and more at Old Chiang Mai!
A lively showcase to shop quality crafts and enjoy the creative spirit; for local artisans and crafters to showcase their handmade or invented items for “show and sell” and to promote the talent within their community. The fair will have beverages and snacks available for purchase during the event.
Fly high at this year’s Nimman Art & Design Promenade filled with stylish boutiques, unique artisan craft works and mouth-watering local dishes. Lots of fun all-day activities for kids and a variety of charming DIY workshops in the afternoon. As night falls, join them for a mix of Chiang Mai’s best bands including jazz, bossa, latin, blues, classical and ethnic music! Venue: Nimmanhaemin Soi 1.
1,500 baht for dinner; 2,000 baht including wine. Funds raised will go towards Mae Mha Orphanage and School for education, internships and more! Silent and live auctions will feature fabulous prizes! Tickets available from Manfred. Please call 081 820 5112 or email [email protected] or at Skal events. You can also contact Vice President Annette Kunigagon for tickets at [email protected]
This form of service began at Kings College, Cambridge, in 1918, and has been broadcast by the BBC since 1928. They will have the pleasure of celebrating in the magnificent setting of The Prince Royal’s College Chapel. The readings will tell the ancient story of Christmas, and readers include the Honorary British Consul, the American Vice Consul, and representatives of many Chiang Mai community organisations and NGOs.
Big Mountain Music Festival is Thailand’s biggest festival with over 70,000 people attending in 2014, a number expected to increase this year. Following the concept of any good festival, BMMF has a vast array of stages, bars, stalls and activities to get involved with spanning two days of fun, excitement and discovery.
Chiang Mai Expats Club will be holding their Christmas Spectacular on 19th December at the River Market restaurant. Featuring a festive brass ensemble quintet of internationally acclaimed Thai musicians playing music that will please everyone, followed by delicious hors d’oeuvres, with a cash bar.