Are you looking for a unique cultural experience that will transport you to Thailand without leaving Romania?
Are you considering an exceptional weekend itinerary?
Look no further than the Thai Festival 2023, taking place on 20-21 May at the “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum in Bucharest. Hosted by the Royal Thai Embassy in Bucharest, in collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand and the Office of Commercial Affairs at the Royal Thai Embassy in Budapest, this festival promises to be a celebration of all things Thai, from vibrant performances to mouth-watering cuisine.
One of the highlights of the festival will be the traditional Thai performances, which will showcase the beauty and diversity of Thai culture. From the mesmerizing “Fon Khan Dok” folk dance to the exhilarating Muay Thai demonstrations, you will be swept away by the energy and passion of these performances.
Visitors to the Thai Festival will have the opportunity to indulge in authentic Thai food from Thai entrepreneurs in Romania. From noodle dishes to Thai milk tea and snacks, there will be something for everyone’s taste buds. Food lovers will be delighted by the range of Thai delicacies and beverages on offer. There will be stalls selling ingredients and sauces from Asia’n Bucate, fusion Thai cuisine from Tuk Tuk, Thai milk tea and snacks from Dolly Bubble Cha Thai, and noodle dishes from Thai President Food, who will be showcasing their MAMA noodles right from their European production plant in Hungary. And if you’re looking for an authentic Thai meal, ISAN Thai Kitchen is the place to be. It is the only restaurant in Romania with a Thai SELECT certificate, which guarantees the authentic taste of Thai food and excellent service.
But the Thai Festival is not just about food. Visitors of all ages can participate in a range of art workshops and interactive activities, including traditional Thai crafts and games, making the festival a perfect family-friendly event. As the festival coincides with the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Romania, there will also be cultural performances by Romanian students, highlighting the strong and friendly ties between the two countries.
Moreover, the Office of Commercial Affairs, Royal Thai Embassy in Budapest, will be there as part of “Team Thailand” to represent Thailand and showcase its potential as a regional industrial hub of automotive and logistics, as well as a home for modern cultures like design, fashion, jewelry, MICE tourism, and movie production. You can explore the trade and investment possibilities in Thailand beyond food and spas & wellness.
The Thai Festival is open to the public from 10.00-18.00 hrs. It’s the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in Thai culture and cuisine, learn more about Thailand’s trade and investment opportunities, and celebrate the strong relationship between Thailand and Romania.
Don’t miss out on this exciting event! Mark your calendars and join us on 20-21 May 2023 at the “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum in Bucharest for the Thai Festival. See you all there!