Koktail Curated: October 20-26

Koktail Magazine

19 Oct 2022


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

There’s nothing like taking time to recharge. Have a night of G&T cocktails with friends, a playdate with your four-legged pals, a Taiwanese movie marathon, and catch the artistic endeavours of Banksy and Pomme Chan. Koktail has sieved the best options for your weekly consideration right here.

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Gin and Tonic Week

Tucked away amongst the streams of Chao Phraya River, Stella Bar is an enchanting and mysterious addition to Capella Bangkok. For their special Gin and Tonic Week, Stellar’s mixologists are offering a quartet of exclusive drinks, inspired by flavours from four distinct Asian countries—Thailand, Japan, China, and India.

300 2 Charoen Krung Road
Until October 23, 8:30–11:30pm
capellahotels.com, 02-098-3388

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Yesterday I was, Tomorrow I will be

The artist Pomme Chan, recognised for her colourful and unique illustrations, displays her artistic journey in Yesterday I was, Tomorrow I will be exhibition. The artist is showcasing work from her whole career, from unseen earlier works using black ink, commercial success in interior design, typography, digital painting, and her very own sustainable home décor brand.

RCB Galleria 1, 2nd Floor, River City Bangkok, 23 Charoen Krung Soi 24
Until November 20, Monday–Friday 11am–8pm, Saturday–Sunday 10am–8pm
rivercitybangkok.com, 02-237-0077

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Ghoulishly Delicious Pastries at Craft

For the sweet price of 89 baht, you can try a Halloween-inspired treat at Craft. The pet-friendly café and bar situated in the lobby of Kimpton Maa-lai Bangkok is the city’s hottest go-to spot for furry friends. To celebrate the spooky season, Craft has sprinkled creativity into their pastries and come up with seasonal editions such as spider cupcakes, Halloween cream cheese swirl brownies, zombie finger cookies and more haunting delights.

Lobby Floor, Kimpton Maalai Bangkok, 78 Soi Ton Son
Until October 31, 7am–midnight
kimptonmaalaibangkok, 02-056-9999

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The Art of Banksy: Without Limits

The anonymous British graffiti artist, Banksy, has made his stamp across the world. Discover a collection of works inspired by the celebrated creator in the travelling exhibition The Art of Banksy: Without Limits, now in Thailand. Fans of the artist can admire his impact, and explore other experimental works at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA).

MOCA, 499 Kamphaengphet 6 Road
October 26–December 31, 10am–6pm (closed on Monday)
artofbanksy.com, 02-016-5666

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Taiwan Documentary Film Festival in Thailand 2022

Taiwanese cinema has lived in the hearts of film buffs for generations. From October, Taiwan Documentary Film Festival in Thailand 2022 will bring 15 new favorites to Taiwanese film lovers new and old. The screenings in Bangkok are available at SF Cinema MBK Centre, House Samyan and Doc Club & Pub. Chiang Mai fans can catch viewings at SFX Cinema Maya, while Lorem Ipsum (Hat Yai) and a.e.y. Space (Songkhla) are open for southern fans to enjoy.

October 26–30, Bangkok
November 4–6, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Songkhla
fb.com/taiwandocumentaryfilmfestival