Koktail Curated April 24-30

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

Is April coming to an end already? Beautiful tunes, interesting art, recycling workshops—we’ve got a diverse roundup of events for you to end the month with.



International Jazz Day 2023

Mark your calendars because International Jazz Day returns at the COMMONS. Partnering with Sweet Records, enjoy a fusion of the roots of jazz with the beats of Bangkok. Entry is free, so call up your friends for a jamming good time.  

Saladaeng Lineup on April 29, 4–11pm
theCOMMONS, 126 Sala Daeng 

Thonglor Lineup on April 30, 6–11pm
theCOMMONS, 335 Akkhara Phatsadu Alley

For more information, click here.



Riverfront Recycle Fest

Celebrate sustainability on the banks of Chao Phraya River. With free entry, event highlights include upcycled art showcases, eco-market including artisanal foods and designer products, sustainability talks by local business owners,  recycling drop points with local recycle companies, and so much more fun activities for a great cause. 

Salil Journey Riverside, 2052/7-9 Charoenkrung 72/1 Alley
April 29–30, 11am–8pm
For more information, click here.



“Transcendence: Body as Landscape” by Chatmongkol Insawang

Attention art enthusiasts, an interesting exhibition by Thai artist Chatmongkol Insawang is not one to be missed. Transcendence: Body as Landscape delves into the human body as a subject of artistic inspiration, exploring its outer appearance, anatomy, and cultural connotations. Insawang’s personal experience with sickness and death within his family motivated him to seek truth through the philosophy of life and nature. The exhibition also draws inspiration from other artists who have explored the representation of the body in art, such as classical Greek sculptures, Titian’s paintings of female nudes, and Yoko Ono’s participatory work.

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA), Peterson Building,  712/1, 9th Floor, Sukhumvit Road 
Now–May 27, Open on Tuesday–Saturday, 11am–7pm
Closed on Sundays, Mondays, and Public Holidays
For more information, click here.



Coach Tabby Shop at IconSiam

Only available until May 1, luxury American fashion house Coach launches an immersive pop-up celebrating self-expression by reimagining the iconic New York City subway, where visitors can enjoy artisanal ice cream at the Laylow parlour offering a range of flavours inspired by the colours of the new Tabby collection. The pop-up also features a craftsmanship bar where customers can personalise their Coach bags and small leather goods with monogramming and embellishments by a local craftsman.

Iconsiam, M Floor of Tara Hall, 299 Charoen Nakhon Rd
Now–May 1, 10am–10pm
For more information, click here.