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Loy Krathong is an annual festival celebrated on November’s full moon that marks the ancient Thai tradition of honouring the Water Goddess. Throughout the country you will witness small lotus-shaped vessels, known as Krathong, ﬂoating on canals and rivers, as people set them sail believing that it will ‘wash away’ their unhappiness, sadness, bad luck and welcome good fortune in the coming year.
At Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok we celebrate Loy Krathong in truly memorable fashion with traditional dance shows, mouth-watering dishes, a spectacular ﬁrework display over the Chao Phraya River. Guests will also receive their own Krathong to ﬂoat down the River of Kings.
With an idyllic setting on the banks of Chao Phraya River, our Riverside Terrace oﬀers alfresco dining with beautiful and riverside buffet with magniﬁcent international and Thai favourites such as Hors d’oeuvres counter, Hot dishes’ station, Grill station and much more. While enjoying ﬁne cuisine, guests will be entertained by special classical Thai dance performance, a beautiful procession and a ‘Krathong’ contest.
Adult: THB 6,000 net per person / Child: THB 3,000 net per person
Celebrate this special festival at two-Michelin starred Le Normandie. Chef Arnaud Dunand-Sauthier’s will present a 7-course dinner menu offering genuine and unique experience of haute cuisine. Highlights include ‘Foie gras de canard’ Foie gras terrine, bamboo, lemon and ginger and ginger ‘Crabe Royal’ Alaskan King crab, carrot, coriander and curry and ‘Reblochon Fermier’ Farmed reblochon with young coconut and truffle. Admire the ﬁrework display from this top-ﬂoor restaurant before receiving good luck for the year as you ﬂoat your Krathong along the river.
Adult: THB 9,500 net per person
The traditional of Loy Krathong meets the vibrant and sophisticated ambience of Lord Jim’s. Enjoy a 7-course menu seafood extravaganza menu created by Lord Jim’s resident Chef Nick Gannaway. Highlights include Flambadou Oyster Baby boudeuse, Coconut & Lychee Sambal with Pickled Shallot; Caramelised Foie Gras, Pineapple, Muscavado, Grilled Chilli and Lime; and Finger cake milk and Chiang Mai dark chocolate, mango and passion fruit, chocolate lemongrass sorbet. Guest will also enjoy a classical Thai dance show and fireworks display overlooking the Chao Phraya River.
Adult & Child: THB 5,250 net per person
For more information and reservations, please contact Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok using the contact details shown on this page.