Central Embassy turns into winter wonderland
Central Embassy has been transformed into an iconic winter wonderland for the “Let’s Celebrate 2021: The Magical Land For All”, which is running until Jan 10 next year.
Held to celebrate the festive season and also offer happiness right in the heart of Bangkok, the annual signature event is delighting visitors with dazzling decorations and attractions once again.
The first attraction is what is being hailed as the country’s first ever 14m-tall “Rotating Candy Xmas Tree” towering majestically in the front of the shopping mall where a troop of Santa's family are waiting to welcome everyone to the “Santa’s Illuminated Candy Cane Village”.
Find more fun inside as the atrium space on the ground floor has been turned into a 200m² ice rink called the “Enchanting Winter Skate Park With Polar Bear Snow Cannon”. Visitors can enjoy a flurry of snow for 20 minutes per session (admission fee is 100 baht and 50 baht for socks). The pop-up Brix Dessert Bar is also there to serve warm and cozy drinks and sweet treats.
Visitors coming from the BTS Phloenchit sky bridge and Phloenchit Road pathway will be amazed with the “Illuminated Candy Cane Hallway” as the walkways are illuminated with dazzling lights and decorated with beautiful giant candy canes.
The 14m-tall Rotating Candy Christmas Tree.
On the second floor, kids can indulge in delightful cookies crafted by BKK Menu at the “Scrumptious Gingerbread Kingdom” where they are invited to join a cookie decorating workshop conducted by Litter Baker every weekend (the fee is 399 baht per person).
Meanwhile, the “Magical Christmas Cafes & Gifts” on the 5th floor provides gift inspirations for everyone. For any purchase made within the shopping mall, customers can come for a free gift-wrapping service, which offers stylish wrapping paper designed especially for this occasion.
Expect to see more exciting activities at the approach of Christmas.