Chiang Mai Market
Chiang Mai Night – Four Seasons, Mumbai
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After having spent a few days in  the beautiful country of Thailand, my journey of eating exotic food, experiencing the various aspects of Thai culture and its warm ambience kept me so enthralled that I decided to continue on this journey some more in aamchi Mumbai .

The Tourism Authority of Thailand in Mumbai, together with the Thai Consulate in Mumbai  had organized a showcase of Chiang Mai.This was the correct opportunity for me to connect with the luxurious hotels, Tourism Boards and agents who were present at the same time. The Tourism Authority of Thailand’s Mumbai office, together with Thai Consulate in Mumbai  had organized a showcase of Chiang Mai destination where there was market laid up, Thai cooking , hotels and resorts showcase etc

ChiangMai being a city steeped in history is also known as Thailand’s Rose of the North. The ambience of the event bought alive the amazing experience of Chiang Mai to Mumbai. The event started with a cooking class by Chef Phonganan Siriseangphaiwan ,who made “Nam Prik Ongh” a Spicy tomato and Tofu Dip. Chef Phonganan Siriseangphaiwan as spent a few years living in Chiang Mai.
There was a good mix of food lovers, media and bloggers present to absorb Thai cooking.

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While making Nam Prik Ongh- Spicy tomato and Tofu Dip

 

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Nam Prik Ongh- Spicy tomato and Tofu Dip

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Ansoo Gupta trying her hand on making Thai food

The great room of The Four Seasons Hotel , Mumbai had various stalls of hotels and resorts , Thai Airways and Bangkok Airways, showcased their own unique selling points. Lot of stalls were also dressed in official Thai apparel which fascinated the crowd.

I entered the grand ballroom just as the felicitation event was about to begin. I was amazed to see that the sides of the ballroom were lined with various stalls showcasing Chiang Mai Market. From umbrella painting, to fruit carving, sweet shops, Wellness- Thai Massage , and also local music stations, there something to attract everyone’s attention.

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Carving in the market showcased in the Four Season, Mumbai ballroom

 

 

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Delicacy of Thai cuisine.

 

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For meat lovers there was enough .

 

The ceiling of The Four Seasons Mumbai, was even lit by khom loi –floating lanterns”. #ChiangMaiNight showcased its exotic dance forms, and ethnic culture as well. The room was filled with high-end cameras to capture glimpses of the performances filled with music and poise.

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Various dance forms from Chiang Mai entertained the audience

 

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Teut-Teung (Drum Dance) , Chiang Mai

 

Chiang Mai boasts a distinct selection of Thai cuisine, delicious street food and a buzzing night market which entices and lures people to empty their pockets.

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Mr. Nat Pinoywattancheep – Consulate General of Thailand- Mumbai

 

Mr. Nat Pinoywattancheep - Consulate General of Thailand- Mumbai, Mr. Sethaphan Buddhani,director, TAT Mumbai, Ms. Soraya Homchuen - Director TAT Mumbai, Mr Wisoot Biachoom, TAT Chiang Mai

Mr. Nat Pinoywattancheep – Consulate General of Thailand- Mumbai, Mr. Sethaphan Buddhani,director, TAT Mumbai, Ms. Soraya Homchuen – Director TAT Mumbai, Mr Wisoot Biachoom, TAT Chiang Mai

Teut-Teung (Drum Dance)

Local music filled the air with soft background score.

It was also a felicitation event. Mr Sethaphan Buddani, handed over the Mumbai office to new director Ms. Soraya Homchuen  at the end of the event. The closing of event left every person with the expression of “aww” as 5 lucky winners got return tickets from Thai airways , Bangkok Airways along with perks of room stay , visit to Chiang Mai Zoo, zip line adventures, stay in luxurious Chiang Mai resorts and the list never ends.

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The give away during ChiangMai Event.

 

Teut-Teung (Drum Dance)

Umbrella with my name on it and do not miss the cute elepant.

 

Thank you Tourism of Thailand for inviting on this Chiang Mai night, which took me on the journey to Chiang Mai .