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Winter Market Fest 2015

Free

Period:12 Dec 2015 - 13 Dec 2015

Address: Soi 77, Sukhumvit Rd., Bang Chak, Phra Khanong, Bangkok 10260 Thailand

Service day:Saturday, Sunday, Service hours: 16:00-22:00

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The “Winter Market Fest” is back this weekend at San Samran Bridge, T77 on Sukhumvit 77, from 4-10pm.

Organised by Sansiri under the theme “Welcome to the Neighbourhood”, the third edition of the festival promises to be a sparkling kaleidoscope of festive colours with over 130 shops and activities set to delight the fair-goers throughout the six zones.

The Food Zone will offer Thai and international cuisine from the likes of Toby’s, Fatbird, Minibar Café, Organic Supply as well as food trucks from Daniel Thaiger and Forkers. Set to serve their delicious desserts will be After You and Crumb ice cream.

The Chill Zone is dedicated to beer gardens from Hoegaarden and Grocerant by Jacob’s Creek, while the Stardust Zone will fill the air with live music by a variety of famous DJs.

The Trend Zone will gather a wide variety of contemporary and vintage merchandise including clothes, bags, home décor items and accessories. There will also be the latest catalogue items available from Smileyhound, Onion, RAMS, SVSS, Daisytrunk, Unpale and Blackheart shops. At the Arts & Craft Zone, workshops will be organised by premier studios such as Hubba-To, a co-working space and artisan hub by Hubba, which will soon have its official launch at Sansiri’s first community mall, Habito, next April.

The Pet Zone will feature pet products from popular shops such as Sketch Pet Products, Sit Stand Stay and Barketek, while the Family Zone will provide fun activities for kids.

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The market at night time.

The “Winter Market Fest” is back this weekend at San Samran Bridge, T77 on Sukhumvit 77, from 4-10pm.

Organised by Sansiri under the theme “Welcome to the Neighbourhood”, the third edition of the festival promises to be a sparkling kaleidoscope of festive colours with over 130 shops and activities set to delight the fair-goers throughout the six zones.

The Food Zone will offer Thai and international cuisine from the likes of Toby’s, Fatbird, Minibar Café, Organic Supply as well as food trucks from Daniel Thaiger and Forkers. Set to serve their delicious desserts will be After You and Crumb ice cream.

The Chill Zone is dedicated to beer gardens from Hoegaarden and Grocerant by Jacob’s Creek, while the Stardust Zone will fill the air with live music by a variety of famous DJs.

The Trend Zone will gather a wide variety of contemporary and vintage merchandise including clothes, bags, home décor items and accessories. There will also be the latest catalogue items available from Smileyhound, Onion, RAMS, SVSS, Daisytrunk, Unpale and Blackheart shops. At the Arts & Craft Zone, workshops will be organised by premier studios such as Hubba-To, a co-working space and artisan hub by Hubba, which will soon have its official launch at Sansiri’s first community mall, Habito, next April.

The Pet Zone will feature pet products from popular shops such as Sketch Pet Products, Sit Stand Stay and Barketek, while the Family Zone will provide fun activities for kids.

Also expect an extravagant parade, a few surprises from Santa Claus and a concert by Thanachai “Pod” Uchin on Dec 12 and Nop Ponchamni on Dec 13.


There is no admission fee. T77 is a community lifestyle hub located between Sukhumvit 71 and 77. Visit www.sansiri.com/wintermarketfest3 or call 1685.

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Soi 77, Sukhumvit Rd., Bang Chak, Phra Khanong, Bangkok 10260 Thailand

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