Klook Thai Open House at Plaza Singapura
If Thailand is your country of choice whenever that feeling of wanderlust creeps up on you and you practically live on Pad Thai and have Thai Milk Tea coursing through your veins, you’re going to wanna mark your calendars for this.
For the first time ever, Klook is joining forces with the Tourism Authority of Thailand to bring you a week-long bonanza of all things Thai at their Thai Open House right smack at Plaza Singapura this 21st -26th May 2019.
With intentions to show more of Thailand’s amazing beauty to the world, you’ll find an “experiential zone” that’ll let you discover hidden gems like Pai and Chiang Rai to get an idea of what’s waiting in store.
From the boat noodles to the best of Thai fashion, here’s what you can expect at the upcoming Thai Open House:
1. Feast on delicious Thai food like boat noodles, roast pork & candy floss crepes
Dig into mini bowls of piping hot boat noodles at Gu Thai Boat Noodles or relive your Chatuchak days with a bag of crisp, succulent roast pork over at Uncle G’s Handmade. You can also expect to find street food staples such as braised pork rice and stuffed chicken wing with minced pork and glass noodle over at Baan Ying’s.
Order up a serve of Co+Nut+Ink‘s coconut ice cream and be treated to a cup of fresh coconut water on the house in true Thai style. And don’t miss the Roti Sai Mai a.k.a Thai fairy floss stall that’ll only be there for 3 days from the 24th-26th May.
And more than just buying a couple of serves to bring home, be sure to chope seats to Baan Ying’s live cooking demonstration to dabao some Thai cooking tips to level up your cooking!
Pro tip: Sidestep the queues on the actual days by pre-booking your food online with the Klook App! Not only will you enjoy discounted deals, but you’ll also join the running to be one of the 45 winners to walk away with a grand prize of S$400 cash and S$100 Klook credits!
Pre-book your food here.
2. Shop at booths by Shop JJ that look straight out of Chatuchak
Bangkok is a glorious treasure trove of cheap buys. Every trip almost guarantees a luggage full of knick-knacks and treats on your return. And while it might not be the real deal, you can stock up on some cute and kitschy accessories at stalls such as Shop JJ and fahfahshop or commission a dainty watercolour hoop painting of you and your ride or die at Second Studio.
Second Studio will also be running flower arrangement and watercolour painting workshops that start from $55!
3. Get some travel and photography tips from experts
Fauzi and Xenia
Image credit: @hotcheekylace
No trip would be complete without an aesthetic feed as proof of your travels. If you’re looking for ways to up your IG game before your next getaway, the Thai Open House will also be hosting a bunch of travel talks on 25th-26th May 2019 featuring TSL’s very own Faunia, The Travel Intern, Trip Canvas, and Amy Tan from The Straits Times.
Tripeaks Imagery will also be conducting a photography talk to impart a couple of important tips that’ll get you that enviable IG feed the next time you fly.
You can drop by the Klook booth where the friendly staff will point you in the direction of each talk!
4. Free itineraries, trips and giveaways from Klook
If you desire a well-planned out trip but are too busy to put in the legwork for creating excel sheets, here’s some good news. You can download 4D3N itineraries right on-site simply by scanning a QR code on the panels. Else, swipe a booklet. Either way, your travel buddies will be impressed.
4 pax airport transfer = 4 4G SIM card.
While you’re at it, score goodies like FREE 4G SIM Cards* – because, hey, Singaporeans live and breathe data. You can also get a free massage sesh to loosen those tense muscles by hitting a $150 spend on any Klook Thailand products**.
*With purchase of Thailand airport transfer or private car charter on Klook.
**Limited to first 200 pax.
Tip: Rally new friends to sign up for Klook for free $10 Klook credits or score $100 off your upcoming holiday if you book here.
DIY your perfect itinerary to one of Thailand’s hidden gems such as Khao Yai. Chiang Rai and Kanchanaburi and you might just win a trip there, courtesy of Klook.
What’s better than scoring discounts? Free trips, that’s what. Klook is handing out $400 cash and $100 Klook credits for a whole bevvy of Thai destinations. Think more than 6 destinations like Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Khao Yai and Bangkok for some very lucky 45 winners.
Photogenic Chiang Mai
These are just a few ways you can stand a chance to win:
- Upload your ideal Thai holiday itinerary as a photo to Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #KlookOpenHouse
- Enthusiastically answer a question at the Q&A session
- Pre-order food from one of the F&B stalls at the event on the Klook app… and many more! *hint* Just ask the Klook staff *hint*
Klook’s Thai Open House on 21st-26th May 2019
When it comes to travel, one of The Smart Local’s go-to partners is Klook, if only because we ourselves are fans of how easy – and affordable – their deals are.
TSL guides to Thailand written in collaboration with Klook:
For those of you who are new to Klook, the Thai Open House at Plaza Singapura’s main atrium on 21st-26th May 2019 is a chance to get a good first impression of what they do. There are 45 free trips to Thailand to be won, as well as vendors from Chatuchak Market who will be hawking their wares.
Image adapted from: Klook
Step in and be greeted by the experiential zone that’ll show you the best of the best that Thailand has to offer. You’ll also get a chance to earn yourself some prizes – just download the Klook app on your phone, play their line up of games like “Into The Wild”, “Boat Ride And Snap” and “Island Hopper”.
Spin the wheel of fortune at Into The Wild
You’ll have to throw a bunch of five stones and land them on one of these islands
You’ll have to complete all three stations to earn yourself a spot in their lucky draw and stand a chance to win one of the 45 trips (worth $500 each) they’re giving away!
There’ll also be craft demonstrations by Second Studio who’ll be taking you through the process of how they make their pretty pressed flower acrylic hoops.
This post was brought to you by Klook.