Bangkok September 10th 2014
Your Fortnightly Whatâ€™s On Guide to Bangkok
COVER: Cosplay in the City. Photo by Paul Hutton. ---------------------------------------------Page 4 Roberto Cavalli Fashion Show
Page 14 Ippudo Comes to Bangkok
Page 16 Swissotel Nai Lert Park Flower Show
Page 18 Kings Cup Elephant Polo
Page 26 Thailand W-I-D-E
Page 28 Cosplay Crazy at Central World.
Page 42 Silk Fashion Celebrity Show
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Page 48 Nature and Society Fashion Show.
Daily Events Giant Oysters from Hokkaido @ Hamilton's Steak House Throughout the months of September and October, Dusit Thani Bangkok’s authentic New York Steak House, Hamilton’s, delights oyster fans with indulgent giant oysters from Japan, showcasing these much loved gems of the ocean from Hokkaido. Choose to have them au naturel, served with an array of homemade sauces and condiments, grilled with BBQ sauce or a la Rockefeller. Prices are from THB 750++ per oyster. Throughout September and October.
Shellfish Temptations @ Flavors International Restaurant Make your way to Flavors at Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotelfor an international selection of crabs and oysters prepared with a diversity of culinary traditions. Discover Alaskan king crab, blue crab, Fin de Claire, Korean and Saint-Kerber oysters with a tantalizing twist of zesty flavors. Experience delectable oyster chowder, Basque crab casserole and crab cocktails. Light up the weekend with a sensational dinner buffet on every Friday & Saturday. Price is at THB. 2,100++ per person. Throughout September and October.
In-Season Sanma and Matsutake @ Kisso Never staying still but closely reflecting the changing seasons, Kisso Japanese Restaurant welcomes the first month of autumn by specially importing two timely delicacies to add extra dimensions to its September Menus. Fulfilling its promise of offering authentic dining experiences identical to those in Japan, Chef Yone has sourced steady supplies of ocean fresh Sanma fish and just-picked Matsutake mushrooms to arrive several times weekly so every morsel is in peak condition. Throughout September.
Mayan Magic @ Romsai Thai and Latin American cuisine have more in common than we might think, including the use of spices which make several Latin American dishes deliciously “hot & spicy”. Romsai brings you a little slice of Central and South America to commemorate the independence day of the ancient Mayan Kingdom. Join them for dinner during 13-20 September for a unique journey into the soul and flavours of the Latin table. Priced at THB1,650++ per person September 13th - 20th.
Roberto Cavalli Fashion Show
Photos by Paul Hutton
Roberto Cavalli boutique at Central Embassy hosted a cocktail party and fashion parade to show off the Italian brandâ€™s latest designs on Friday September 5th. Master of Ceremonies Elizabeth Sadler introduced some of Bangkokâ€™s leading celebrity models, including Cindy Sarinya Bishop and Phitsinee Tanwiboon. The Bangkok flagship store is 220 square metres in size, and displays the full range of Roberto Cavalli products, including ready to wear collections for men and women, accessories, fragrances and sunglasses.
There is also a private VIP room to provide celebrities and socialites with a discreet shopping experience. Progressive expansion is planned by the Cavalli Group throughout Asia, with the opening of new stores in Singapore, Macau and Manila already planned.
Renowned Japanese Ramen House Comes to Bangkok
Internationally-acclaimed Japanese eatery IPPUDO brings the ultimate ramen experience to Thailand with the opening of its first outlet at luxury shopping centre, Central Embassy.
In an interview, he told the reporter, “I strongly desire that through a humble bowl of ramen, the Japanese spirit can be spread around the world.”
With over 80 stores in Japan, and about 40 international stores in places such as New York, Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taipei, Seoul, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Beijing and Chengdu, IPPUDO (pronounced ih-PU-doh) has gained a worldwide following with customers patiently queuing for a taste of what many have dubbed “cosmos in a bowl”: a signature rich and flavourful tonkotsu (pork-based) broth combined with delicate hand-pulled noodles made from a secret recipe.
Speaking about his newest opening, Kawahara said, “I am excited to introduce IPPUDO to Thailand, a country of warm people and wonderful cuisine. I hope you will be able to share the IPPUDO ramen experience with your family and friends. After all, it is more than just a bowl of noodles.
Since its soft opening on August 22nd, the restaurant has seen non-stop queues with Bangkokians and foreigners eager for a taste of IPUDDO’s renowned ramen and other signature dishes. The IPPUDO empire was founded in 1985 in Japan’s ramen capital of Hakata (Fukuoka City) by Shigemi Kawahara. Crowned the Ramen King in 2005, Kawahara holds a place in the Ramen Hall of Fame after winning the championship three consecutive times on a reputable TV show ramen competition.
Through ramen, we communicate our Japanese culture and traditions in many ways that will continue forever the warm f riendship Japan and Thailand shares.” The 96-seater Bangkok outlet is located on the third floor of the recently opened Central Embassy and aims to wow Bangkokians seven days a week with authentic Japanese ramen in a quality, dynamic ambience and hospitable service. As in their outlets worldwide, IPPUDO will ensure a consistent quality here by using fresh local products, secret soup recipes, and authentic Japanese cooking methods and ramen production. The restaurant also incorporates a well-stocked bar.
A Tropical Wonderland
Bangkok’s 28th Annual International Flower Show Taking ‘A Tropical Wonderland’ as its colourful theme, Swissôtel Nai Lert Park Bangkok’s 28th Annual International Flower Show, from Thursday 2nd – Sunday 5th October 2014, 10:00-20:00 hrs, will offer a feast for all the senses. Her Royal Highness Princess Srirasm will graciously preside over the grand opening of the festival that celebrates the 31-year legacy of Nai Lert Park. All proceeds of the festival will be donated to the Thai with Disability Foundation and Charity Funds for Dental Prostheses. The annual festival of flora, set in the hotel’s famous garden, is not only a celebration of the beauty of plants and flowers but a chance to indulge in exceptional cuisine, including that of a celebrated Michelin Star Chef, Andy McFadden from London’s L’Autre Pied restaurant, and a Dim Sum Maestro Chef from Fairmont Beijing. Yet other highlights of the four-day festival include a Wonderland Flower Show Centrepiece by Nongnooch Tropical Botanical Garden & Resort, Wonderland Wedding Showcase, Mini Concert by ‘Stamp’ Apiwat Eurthavornsuk & Mahidol University Band Performance (Friday 3rd), Afternoon Tea with Haute-Couture Fashion Show (Saturday 4th), Pet Fashion Show and Activities (Sunday 5th), a Farmers’ Market in the Park, Shopping Extravaganza, All-day Desserts at Syn Bar, a Special Room Package and much besides. Visitors to the festival will enjoy the sights and scents of extensive wonderland-themed flower displays both from the tropics and temperate climes. With the plants and their natural habitats identified, it is an opportunity to cultivate familiarity with the wonderful world of flora. The riot of blooms will make the 100 hectare garden, with its fish ponds and bridges, towering trees and lagoon-style swimming pool, more Eden-like than ever. Dining and entertainment dimensions will be expounded by visiting Michelin Star Chef Andy McFadden from London, a Divine Dessert Buffet, a Floral Afternoon Tea, special menus at ISO restaurant and Noble House restaurant, a Mini Concert with welcome refreshments on Friday 3rd and a High-Tea Fashion Show at ISO restaurant (Saturday 4th). Noble House, the hotel’s authentic Cantonese restaurant, is also celebrating the flower festival in style. Gary Guo, a dim sum master currently resident at the Fairmont Beijing, will pay a timely visit to create special dim sum lunches with a twist.
Photos by Paul Hutton
Elephants are the Real Winners as the Kingâ€™s Cup Draws to a Close in Bangkok
After four days of fun festivities and trunk to trunk action, the 13th annual King’s Cup Elephant Polo Tournament came to a close on Sunday August 31st. Taking place in Bangkok for the first time, 16 teams with players from around the world showcased skilful play and created many memorable on-pitch moments, with the tournament resulting in new King’s Cup champions. Sunday’s final, which was presided over by the King of Thailand’s royal representative, Privy Councilor Real Admiral Mom Luang Usni Pramoj, saw King Power Duty Free and Audemars Piguet go head to head in a penalty shoot-out, with a thrilling ‘sudden death’ play-off finally clinching the win for King Power. The tournament was introduced to Thailand in 2001 by Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas and has grown to become one of the biggest charitable events in Thailand, raising funds for projects that better the lives of Thailand’s elephant population. Friday night’s gala dinner at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa hosted a gathering of top dignitaries, players, media and well known celebrities, with the night’s auction raising 4.5 million Thai Baht, taking the total raised to date by the tournament to an impressive US$900,000 (THB 28.7 million). The tournament took place at the Siam Polo Park at VR Sports Club in Bangkok, with lead sponsors Audemars Piguet, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas. This year’s players included the New Zealand All Blacks’ Mark “Cowboy” Shaw, Olo Brown and Charlie Riechelmann, Thai supermodels and many leading international horse polo players. A total of 50 street elephants took part in this year’s tournament, during which they were well fed, received essential vitamin supplements, full veterinary checks and care for the duration of the event. With free admission, the event has something for everyone, kicking off with a spectacular opening parade, with the opening ceremony overseen by Thailand’s last ‘elephant spirit men’ (Kru Ba Yai), traditional dancers, plus the daily trunk-to-trunk action on the pitch. Day two saw the tournament host two thousand children from schools all over Bangkok. Known as Chang Noi Day (Little Elephant Day), the children were invited to get up close with the elephants and learn more about their national animal. A range of educational walks, games and activities all teaching the benefits of elephant conservation and well-being were put on by the organisers.
Saturday was ‘Ladies Day’ or the new ‘Ascot’ of Bangkok. Ladies from all walks of life dressed to impress with the best dressed lady winning a week’s holiday at NIYAMA in the Maldives. The day also saw a ‘High Tea-Off’ competition with three Bangkok hotels competing to be voted the best high tea. On pitch entertainment included Thai bands and a specially choreographed show by Tiffany Show Pattaya, Thailand’s most famous trans-gender cabaret. The tournament was once again a great success, and is growing year on year as a key event in Thailand’s sporting calendar, each year attracting more sponsors and raising more funds for Thailand’s elephant population. Spectators, players and media came from all corners of the globe, including the USA and Canada, New Zealand, India, all over Europe, the UAE, Hong Kong, China, Singapore, and many local visitors from Bangkok and around Thailand. Projects to benefit from the 2014 tournament are currently being finalised and will include an extension of the ongoing Thai Elephant Therapy Project being undertaken since 2009 in conjunction with Chiang Mai University Department of Occupational Therapy, with future clinics to include children with Down syndrome and other conditions. Other significant benefits from money raised by the tournament include: building the first elephant hospital in Krabi in the southern part of Thailand; a THB 500,000 gantry to help lame elephants stand, donated to the Thai Elephant Conservation Centre (TECC); 4,000 trees planted in Hua Hin to shelter elephant corridors from electric fencing in the area; funding the first educational computer application for children to teach them the importance of conservation and protection of wild elephants in Thailand and funding Asia’s first workshop to show traditional elephant trainers and camp owners the benefits of Positive Reinforcement Training for domesticated elephants.
Final Leaderboard for 2014 King’s Cup Elephant Polo Tournament: 1 - King Power Duty Free 2 - Audemars Piguet 3/4 - PricewaterhouseCoopers New Zealand All Blacks / The Peninsula 5 - Rueang Chang 6 - Sara Story Design 7 - Anantara Arabian Knights 8 - Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas 9/10 - Mekhong tied with Casillero Del Diablo 11/12 - Hendrick’s Gin tied with Bangkok Bank 13 - Johnny Walker Blue Label 14 - Louis Roederer Hong Kong 15 - Citibank 16 - Mercedes Benz
Kingâ€™s Cup Gala Dinner 2014 at Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa
The Colours of Nature: Exhibition by Soonthorn Sukkaew
Koi Art Gallery is proud to present “The Colours of Nature” art exhibition to be held from September 19 - October 24. This exhibition showcases the latest artworks by Soonthorn Sukkaew who expresses season changes through abstract hues and strokes. Since a young age, Soothorn Sukkaew has expressed emotions and visions through the bold strokes of his brushes. In his current exhibition, the artist has transformed seasons into sights of faded visions. Looking deep into the curves and edges of his strokes, subtle forms and images materialize into awkward and ethereal subjects. The spirit of the artist’s works is presented within a framework of compelling colours and solidified texture, creating a self-conscious balance between two. As expressed by the artist, he uses abstract works and definitions to break the rules of painting: there is no real dimension, measured reality or structured objects. Imagination, freedom and colours take charge and exhibit an awareness of plausible realities to the viewer. Soonthorn Sukkaew’s abstract works are appreciated and viewed by audiences from all different walks of life. His vibrant message of colour and nature bring forth a universal appeal.
Thursday September 11th Thai-Japanese Charity Concert for Children and Youth Thailand Cultural Centre 7pm Start Ticket Price: 900 Baht and 700 Baht. Boot Camp 168 @ Wip 168 Army Theme: Wear tank tops, army design, camouflage, etc. 9pm - 2am. Thursday Live with Earth Collide & Her Stalkers Nest Rooftop An energetic, melodic and awesome live musical treat. Free Entry 9pm start until late.
Friday September 12th Grand Opening of The Comedy Club The Royal Oak Headliner: Luke Ashlocke LA based Scottish born Luke is a phenomena of stand-up comedy. From Appearances on The Comedy Network’s; “The Great Canadian Laugh Off” and “The Montreal Comedy Festival” to The CWB’s “The Daily Buzz” and NBC’s “Night Shift” and”New Day”. Critically acclaimed as “Funny As Hell” - Good Times Magazine, Long Island, NY & “This is what live stand up is supposed to be” – Weird Magazine, Austin, TX. Also writing for Comedy Central, releasing smash-hit comedy albums and won best actor for his role in “Vicky and Sam” at the London Film Festival. See Luke along with local stand-up act favourites. Sexy Friday Party @ Nakarin Space 500 Baht entry - one free drink. This is the first event at Nakarin Space - it’s a brand new event and concert venue located on Srinakarin Road. For their first major event they will feature Montonn Jira, DJ Leo from Gancore Club and Hong Kong's sexiest DJ Tenashar. Blue Hawaii @ Overground The Canadian electro duo will make their Bangkok debut. Entry: 400 baht with one free drink. Trapped in Berlin @ Glow Three Berlin based DJs will be manning the decks. Entry: 350 baht with one free drink. 9pm until late. Blue Hawaii
Saturday September 13th Bikini Pool Party by Xanny @ Ocean Xanny is without any doubt the most active and well known model on the social media. She will be celebrating her 100,000 likes very soon! DJ Fameway and DJ Dan (Route 66) will bring the heat to the pool all day long, until the party moves to the basement for some more crazy beats. Entry: 300 baht with one free Drink. Starts at 2pm. Groups of four girls plus will get free entry and three free drinks. 2pm - 5pm beers and cocktails for 100 baht. Page 24
DJ Koo @ ONYX Korea’s Number One DJ is in town. 500 baht entry includes one free drink Exo from Exoplanet #1 – The Lost Planet Impact Arena Exo have proven their popularity as Asia’s hottest rising star by selling out more than 42,000 concert tickets on their first concert in Seoul almost instantly. SM True has finally announced their first concert in Bangkok. Ticket Price: 6,000 Baht 5,000 Baht 4,500 Baht 3,200 Baht 2,200 Baht 1,200 Baht Tattoo Colour Pop Dad Concert Indoor Stadium Huamark Ticket Price: 1,800 Baht 1,500 Baht 1,200 Baht 800 Baht Famous Pool Party @ Hilton by Doubletree Sukhumvit Open a bottle of your choice and get free entry for four people. Plus free shots for girls in bikinis every hour. There will also be a sexy girls photo-shooting session from 3pm until sundown.
Sunday September 14th Sunday Mass @ Nest Rooftop 6pm - 9pm Buy one get one free. Sundaze @ Hilton by Doubletree Sukhumvit Monthly poolside party. Groups of four plus ladies get free sangria. Noon until 8pm
Monday September 15th Mojito Mondays @ Nest Rooftop 6pm - 9pm Bur One Get One. Traditional Mojito, Mango Mojito, Watermelon Mojito, Strawberry Mojito, Lychee Mojito, Peach & Ginger Mojito and Hazelnut Mojito to choose from.
Tuesday September 16th Nichkhun Fan Meeting in Bangkok @ MCC Hall The Mall Bangkapi Ticket Price: 5,000 Baht / 3,500 Baht / 2,000 Baht / 1,000 Baht / 500 Baht
Anantara Phuket Layan Beac
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COSPLAY CRAZE SWEEPS
Japan Expo Thailand 2014 Mee Page 28
S INTO CENTRAL WORLD
ets Japan Festa in Bangkok 2014
Photos by Paul Hutton Page 30
The Return of New York Steakhouse Secret Society Sunday Brunch
The staff at JW Marriott are re-opening their doors to welcome the free-spirited sophisticated souls of Bangkok who love a little mystery and pleasure in secrecy. Sunday, 21 September 2014 will mark the re-arrival of the impressive temptress that was well loved until recently. Exclusively on Sundays, relive an era back in time to experience the glimmering glamour of The Big Apple during the American Prohibition. Inspired by the famous “Prohibition Era” in the United States in the 1920’s, where all alcoholic beverages were banned and secret places called “Speakeasies” were blossoming across the United States, JW Marriott are aiming at providing a truly one-of-a-kind experience to all their guests. Secret Society members will enjoy a grand four-course meal serving up the best in class. Highlighting the signatures of the steakhouse, guests can indulge, as their first course, the Empire State Seafood Tower featuring imported seafood delicacies from all around the world such as Boston lobsters, oysters, Alaskan King crab legs, mussels, scallops in portions that are more than you think you can handle, followed by the famous New York Steakhouse Caesar salad where fresh baby cos lettuce is tossed together with homemade dressing mixed on the spot. Are you an anchovy fan or not? You can be sure to let the paperboy know and he’ll make sure to pass on the order so that it is mixed precisely to your taste. For the main course you can choose from Certified Angus Beef (CAB) Prime Tenderloin or New York Striploin or other premium choices such as the Sunday Roast prime rib – an Australian Wagyu carved table-side served with a selection of sauces: morel mushroom sauce, bordelaise wine sauce, green pepper corn sauce or Béarnaise. Also available: The Tournedos - CAB Prime Angus filet beef with pan-fried goose liver, port wine glaze and tender rocket leaves; The Surf ‘n’ Turf – CAB Prime Angus filet beef, Maine Lobster medallion wilted baby spinach and herb butter sauce; The Snow Fish – Crusted in black pepper, served in a fragrant garlic vegetable broth and fresh herbs; The Rack of Lamb – Imported from Gippsland, grass fed, served with pearl onions and rosemary jus. There is also no limit to the side dishes – creamy mashed potatoes, baby carrots in honey butter, green garden peas not to be missed, New York Steakhouse sizzling bacon, extra thick. Once over the succulent courses, comes the time to engage more into your Sunday gossips over dessert. The Big Apple Pie, The New York Cheesecake, The Brooklyn Chocolate Lava Cake and introducing the new addition to the sugar family, The Baked Alaska With Mixed Berries are the four respected and rich desserts all offered in good portions. The price is THB 2,400++ per person and guests can enjoy a free-flow of hand-picked high quality wines and cocktails for an additional THB 1,350++ per person or THB 950++ for three glasses of wine or cocktails should you want to control your temptations. Page 40
Wednesday September 17th Dirty Dash Demo Free Entry
Family Wednesdays Glow Catch Koish, Alex Fischer and Mendy Indigo. Nu Disco and House. Girls Nite Out Oskar Bistro Free Entry. Ladies get buy one get one. Resident DJ Alex Fischer plus Marj-Jane.
Friday September 19th
Sunday September 21st
Light My Soul Oskar Bistro Back after a five month break, Light My Soul is bringing you a night of house, house and even more house.
Sunday Escape Ocean Free prosecco for the first group of five girls. Open Bar 3pm - 4pm
Tuk Tuk A Night of Drum and Bass Dickinson’s Third Friday every month. No entry fee. No dress code. No attitude.
The Palace and Friends Impact Arena
Saturday September 20th Thursday September 18th DJ Nakadia Glow One of Thailand’s most acclaimed DJs is back in town for a limited time. She’s promising a five hour set!
Park Shin Hye 2014 Asia Tour: Story of Angel in Thailand Siam Pavalai Royal Grand Theatre, Siam Paragon
Ticket Price 4,000 Baht 3,000 Baht 2,500 Baht 1,500 Baht 1,000 Baht
Tuesday September 23rd
Ticket Price 4,500 Baht 3,500 Baht 2,500 Baht 1,500 Baht Matt Caselli The Club Khaosan The Ibiza veteran DJ was resident at Pacha for 15 years. You can catch him this Thursday night playing quality house at Khaosan’s The Club
Click One Concert BCC Hall Ladprao Some of Bangkok’s most popular live bands will perform: P.O.P, 25 Hours, Paradox, Getsunova and J Jetrin.
Esoteric An Exhibition by Cece Nobre Whisgars A saturation of colours, expressive faces and a unique spray painting technique, with whisky, cigars, and blues.
Bangkok Celebrity Fashion Show: Mai Mudmee The Masterpiece of Khon Kaen at Central World
Photos by Paul Hutton
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A Winning Combination Rang Mahal Indian Restaurant and GranMonte Winery Team Up for a Night of Exquisite Dining Winemaker Nikki Lohitnavy, Thailandâ€™s only female winemaker, above, presented a lovely selection of award winning wines, paired with a unique five course menu at Rang Mahal, the multi award winning Indian Restaurant perched above Sukhumvit at The Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok.
“Undress Me” - A Photo Exhibition by Michael Shaowanasai From Sunday September 21st to Sunday October 4th, Maggie Choo’s is excited to showcase some recent works from Thailand’s most prolific and provocative photographer, Michael Shaowanasai. Quirky, humouristic, thought-provoking, very personal and above all unique, Michael’s self-portraits are always calling for a second look. To some, the body of work shown can be reminiscent of Cindy Sherman’s self portraits in her attempt to showcase the limitless possibilities of the art of disguise and the quest of one’s identity, for, Michael’s photographs depicting the author cross-dressing or naked with just a body paint covering his behind, are an invitation to mock society’s codes of formal appearances. With multiple references to uniforms or fashion attires, the prints call the viewer to think twice on how the outside can be deceiving to identify or stigmatize the individual. The context of Maggie Choo’s predominantly gay night, ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ (Oscar Wilde’s play mocking the rigidity of the Victorian Era) offers a true relevance to display such a body of work where the subject (the author himself) seems to crystalize the untold fantasies of the viewers, staged alternatively as a woman or just a naked man. About the artist: Michael Shaowanasai, (born in 1964 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), is a Thai-American artist and actor who lives in Bangkok. His works includes performance art, photography, video, film and installations. He graduated from School of Law at Chulalongkorn University in 1985, earned a bachelor's of fine arts degree at San Francisco Art Institute in 1994 and a master's of fine arts from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1996. He is a founding member of Project 304, a Bangkok-based contemporary art group.
His solo shows include MS@OAS, a photography installation at Open Art Space in Bangkok, Thailand, as well as shows at the Fujikawa Gallery in Osaka, Japan, the 4A gallery in Sydney, Australia and Ottawa Art Gallery, Canada. Among his film and video works is the 2003 feature film, The Adventure of Iron Pussy, which he co-directed with Apichatpong Weerasethakul. A spoof of Thai movie musicals and melodramas of the 1960s and '70s (especially those of Petchara Chaowarat, Michael portrayed the title character, a transvestite Thai secret agent whose alter ego is a gay male 7-Eleven clerk. The film was screened at several festivals, including the Tokyo International Film Festival, the Berlin Film Festival, the Melbourne International Film Festival, as well as a limited commercial run in a Bangkok cinema and a DVD release in Thailand.
Nature and Society Sofitel So Bangkok is holding “Nature and Society”, a fashion and art exhibition, until the end of October. The opening night, on September 4th, saw designs by the four participating fashion brands paraded on the catwalk in the hotel ballroom for a specially invited audience. Taking part this year are Kamuilim Fine Art & Décor, Sarran, Saprang and Tawn C. Art installations will be displayed throughout the hotel, but will be predominantly showcased on the seventh floor and at the Park Lobby on the ninth floor.
Photos by Paul Hutton
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Neko Jump at Japan Expo Thailand 2014. Movie by Paul Hutton, Bangkok Scene.
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Published on Sep 10, 2014