9th Amazing Thailand Festival in the UK in August


The 9th Amazing Thailand Festival 2013, the UK’s largest and most anticipated Thai Festival, will return to Secretts, Milford, Surrey this August Bank Holiday weekend. The 3-day family friendly event, which takes place every other year, is the perfect opportunity to learn more about Thailand’s vibrant culture and celebrate its aromatic, delicious cuisine.

This year the festival organisers are celebrating Life in Thailand and have introduced an Asian Food Market – where Vietnamese, Malaysian, Indian and Chinese food can also be enjoyed. Daily cooking demonstrations by celebrated Thai Chef Mini C will take place. This year, special guests such as Emma Kennedy – TV Presenter and 2012 Celebrity Masterchef Winner; Kay Plunkett-Hogge – Cookery Writer and Broadcaster and Andy Oliver – Professional Chef / Masterchef finalist will also be demonstrating their culinary knowledge and skills. Thai Airways International will also be giving away 2 return tickets to Thailand on a daily basis


The whole of Secretts has been transformed into the land of smiles. Wander around and discover the real Thailand as you stroll through the traditional Thai street markets, buy authentic handicrafts and watch classical Thai dancers and martial arts demonstrations. Spend the day relaxing over a refreshing Singha Beer, watch the skilful art of fruit carving, enjoy a Thai Massage and have your picture taken sitting in the Chang tuk-tuk.

The Amazing Thailand Festival will run between Saturday 24th – Monday 26th August. It will be open from 11am to 6pm (Saturday and Sunday) and 11am to 8pm (Monday) Tickets cost £10.00 per adult with one accompanying child, free (up to 14 years of age) this includes entry to the daily raffle. All proceeds go towards the Mudita Trust Charity. A UK registered, non-profit, non-sectarian and non-government trust dedicated to preventing child prostitution in Thailand.

One thought on “9th Amazing Thailand Festival in the UK in August

  • July 3, 2013 at 2:12 pm

    It’s a nice way to show the culture of Thailand to the people in UK and also attract the local people to Thailand and increase the Thailand Tourism.


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