Koktail Curated: December 8-14

Koktail Magazine

07 Dec 2022

A list of curated events in and around Bangkok to help you plan your week

We're back with another list of events to spice up your week as we near "the most wonderful time of the year”. From an indie music festival to unique dining experiences and thought-provoking art exhibits, here's what's in store this week.



Good Hood Fest

The Good Hood Fest returns for a third edition at Sermsuk Warehouse this weekend. Enjoy pop-up restaurants and shops while enjoying the music stylings of local indie artists Anatomy Rabbit, Slur, Yented, Landokmai, and more! Tickets are 200 baht per day and available here.

Sermsuk Warehouse, 721 Charoen Nakhon Road
December 9-12, 3:30pm onwards



Dine in the Dark

Barsu, the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit’s freshly renovated bar and live music venue, welcomes back the exclusive fine dining experience known as “Dine in the Dark”. Customers are greeted with a welcome drink before being plunged into a pitch-black atmosphere, relying on other senses to visualise the glorious menu. Upon request, guests can select vegetarian, gluten-free, and other dietary options. For every customer of this experience, the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit will donate 50 baht to the Foundation for the Blind in Thailand.

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, 250 Sukhumvit Road
Open Wednesday-Saturday, 6-10pm
fb.com/DIDBangkok, 02-649-8888



When Snowflakes Fall

We may not have snow in Thailand, but we have our imagination. Showcasing artworks from four distinctive artists, River City Bangkok beckons viewers to spend their holiday admiring a glistening winter as interpreted by Zito Hsu, Fahfahs, Art Jeeno, and Riety.

RCB Photographers’ Gallery 2, River City Bangkok, 23 Charoen Krung Soi 24
December 8-January 5
rivercitybangkok.com, 02-237-0077



We Will Leave and Never Return

“We Will Leave and Never Return" is a 3D image exhibition created by Arin Rungjang. Inside Gallery VER, the installation explores the uncertainty and fluidity of human perceptions towards manmade constructs such as religion, technology, and science, urging visitors to question our realities and what we consider as absolute truths.

Gallery VER, 10 Narathiwat Rajanagarindra Soi 22
Until December 25



Comfort Objects

Saratta Chuengsatiansup, the creator behind Uninspired by Current Events unveils his solo exhibition “Comfort Objects” at Gallery VER. Known for his political satire through three-dimensional images, the artist has spent over 400 days observing his mental state under the threat of societal collapse. One of the themes of the exhibition is the imagery of chicks scattered across a dimly lit room to reflect the youth’s hopelessness and anxieties about the future.

Gallery VER, 10 Narathiwat Rajanagarindra Soi 22
Until December 25