Singha Estate presents special moment for its valued residents in the exclusive moon cake workshop with Thai Iron Chef

Singha Estate presents special moment for its valued residents in the exclusive moon cake workshop with Thai Iron Chef

The Mid-autumn festival is another important festival of the year that many Thais have been waiting for. Especially mooncakes, the indispensable Chinese dessert served during the mid-autumn festival, which has a meaning that conveys prosperity.

Giving mooncakes to our beloved therefore implies giving happiness and good wishes for them.

To bestow happiness and impressive moments to its valued residents, S life Memorable Experience by Singha Estate has organized a memorable mooncake workshop with Chef Thanarak “Pom” Chuto, Thai Iron Chef and a master of contemporary Chinese cuisine. Celebrities such as Khunying Alisara and Naphawong Sanitwong Na Ayuthaya, along with Apinara and Pimphayap Srikanjana, joined the activity with their family in the warm atmosphere at Chef Pom Chinese Cuisine by Tod restaurant.

Mr. Nattavuth Mathayomchan, Chief Residential Development Officer, Singha Estate Plc, revealed that “Singha Estate has been committed to develop high quality projects and offer a memorable experience to our customers through meaningful activities under the S Life program, such as this mooncake workshop to celebrate the mid-autumn festival in October. This activity also helped build relationships between neighbors in our condominiums as we want to take care of our residents in every aspect of life according to our brand promise “Enriching Life”.

Chef Pom has demonstrated mooncake making process based on his unique recipe from preparing the dough and the filling to molding and baking. He emphasized that it is important to use the best-quality seasonal ingredients in order to get a soft, fragrant, and delicious mooncake.

After the workshop was concluded, the participants enjoyed the contemporary Chinese lunch together prepared by Chef Pom. All of these were an example of S Life activities dedicated by Singha Estate to create Memorable Experiences for its valued residents.

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