Through 15 participating restaurants, discover a diverse selection of culinary gems from different regions in Thailand this year

While we anxiously wait and wonder when it’d finally be our turn to return to Thailand – one of our top destinations for a short getaway – Chang Beer brings a piece of the Land of Smiles to us this season.

As one of Thailand’s most globally recognised icons, the brand is back after a 2-year hiatus with the Chang Sensory Trails, an exciting annual Thai food festival.

 

 

Bringing together fifteen Thai restaurants in Singapore this year, the festival aims to satisfy casual diners, fans, and gourmands alike with its diverse selection of dishes from Thailand’s North, Northeast, South, and Central regions.

Founded as a foodie extravaganza to celebrate the country’s famous street food and culinary offerings from lesser-known regions, Chang Sensory Trails 2022 is the festival’s first iteration ever since the pandemic hit.

In collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand, the festival will run from now to Sep 09.

 

 

Participating restaurants this year include Aroy-Dee Thai Kitchen (Bencoolen St), Sawasdee Thai Restaurant (Chinatown), Thai’d Me Up, Tongue Thai’d, Khao Hom by Rung Mama, Nakhon Kitchen (Holland Village and Bedok), Sawasdee Thai Cuisine (Tan Quee Lan st), Naowarat Thai Bistro, VIBEZ Bistro Bar, Gin Khao Bistro (Sentosa Cove), Crazy3, Nummun Thai Kitchen, Folks Collective, and 555 Villa Thai.

As part of the festival’s experience, foodies will also get to enjoy a bottle of Chang Beer for $1 when they order the respective signature dishes of each participating restaurant. It doesn’t end there though: simply order two more bottles of Chang Beer to receive another bottle free!

 

Don’t forget to participate in their lucky draw via a QR code at participating restaurants for a chance to win a trip for two to Bangkok or Phuket.

 


For more information, head over to Chang Beer’s official website here.