The Songkran festival marks its first debut outside the iconic Golden Mile Complex on Saturday and Sunday, 13 to 14 April 2024, from 11 am to 8 pm!

Guests can immerse into the essence of Thai culture with the following activities:

  • A Traditional Song Nam Phra ritual to kick off the festival. The auspicious ritual symbolising purification and renewal invites attendees to pour scented water over a Buddha to wash away bad luck, and prepare for the year ahead. After the ceremony, the Buddha will be placed at the front of the supermarket for the public to pour scented water over till April 14.
  • Guests are treated to traditional Thai dance performances, including an invigorating Muay Thai demonstration and melodious Thai Khim music performance. Guests can also partake in activities such as the Thai Supermarket human snack claw machine (free Thai snacks to grab!), and wellness and craft workshops by Thai Association Singapore, and Tourism Authority of Thailand, which includes learning massage techniques and fruit carving.
  • Savour bold Thai flavours with an array of F&B options from Thai Supermarket food street, selling authentic treats at exclusive promotions such as S$2 mini-boat noodles, S$2 Thai Banana Fritters, S$2 Mini Mango Sticky Rice and more. Chang Beer is also set to refresh festival goers with a free cup of Chang Espresso Beer (limited to the first 100 redemptions), and complimentary coffee tumblrs with every purchase of 6 Chang Espresso lager cans.
  • Lastly, Thai Supermarket enhances the festivities with a 10% off storewide promotion during the weekend of the festivities.

The festival truly celebrates the rich Thai culture, and its presence in Singapore’s cultural melting pot. Definitely something to look forward to this weekend!

More information can be found in Thai Supermarket’s Instagram, while registration is at and the first 50 pax to register for the festival gets a free goodie bag!

Images: Thai Supermarket and Chang Beer

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