(CTN NEWS) – Get ready for an array of thrilling activities in Bangkok this weekend.
Whether you’re in the mood for mesmerizing live performances by renowned artists, a serene escape in a tranquil exhibit, discovering a new and vibrant jazz bar, or indulging in delectable pastries, a delightful experience awaits every individual.
Things To Do In Bangkok This Weekend (Sep 8th – 10th)
A night of T-Pop glory: The Gotcha Pop Concert
Prepare yourself for an electrifying night of Thai pop music extravaganza at the ‘Gotcha Pop Concert,’ a one-night-only spectacle featuring the crème de la crème of music stars.
Leading the charge are Trinity, a triumphant trio who have enriched the Thai pop scene, followed by 4EVE, a prominent girl group, and Atlas, a boy band renowned for their chart-topping hits.
Proxie, the boy band behind the national sensation “Silent Mode,” and Laz1, a long-awaited return act, complete this star-studded lineup.
Adding to the excitement, we have Perses, a group of talented and charming teenage music sensations, alongside LYKN, an up-and-coming rookie boy band rapidly ascending the ranks.
But that’s not all – fans are in for a thrilling surprise as a special guest will grace the stage in a secret show, elevating the excitement to new heights.
The ‘Gotcha Pop Concert’ is your golden ticket to immerse yourself in the very best of T-Pop. Don’t let this once-in-a-lifetime event slip through your fingers!
- Entrance fee: 2,000–3,500 baht
- Date: September 9
- Time: 18:00
- Venue: Union Hall, Union Mall
- Google map: Union Mall
A cup of drip coffee to slow down your busy day
Take a leisurely break from your bustling day and savor the exquisite flavors of drip coffee at Brewlab, a serene coffee shop nestled within a charming Japanese-style pine wood house in the Rama 9 district.
This elegant establishment is a hidden treasure for coffee connoisseurs, particularly those who relish the art of drip brewing.
Step into Brewlab, and you’ll instantly feel like you’ve entered a cozy living room designed for unwinding and embracing life at a more relaxed pace.
Here, we serve meticulously handcrafted drip coffee, where every cup is infused with care and precision. It’s no wonder that you can savor the distinct nuances of coffee, sipping slowly, and appreciating the dedication of our skilled baristas.
- Service hours: 10:00–18:00 (Close on Mondays and Tuesdays)
- Google map: Brew Lab Coffee
The Artist’s House Bang Luang: A heaven for art and relaxation
Nestled within Bangkok’s Thonburi district, in the historic Bang Luang community, lies The Artist’s House Bang Luang.
Once the residence of the illustrious Raksasawat goldsmithing family, whose lineage can be traced back to the Ayutthaya era, this captivating space has undergone a transformation under new ownership. Today, it stands as a haven for art enthusiasts.
The house seamlessly melds traditional Thai architectural charm with modern interior design, encompassing a gallery, a workshop, and a cozy café.
For those seeking a tranquil weekend retreat, consider embarking on a scenic canal boat journey, followed by a visit to The Artist’s House Bang Luang, where you can unwind, savor tea and snacks, and unleash your creative spirit.
- Service hours: 10:00–18:00
- Google map: The Artist’s House
Caturday cat cafe: A cat cafe for everyone
Nestled in the heart of Bangkok, Caturday Cat Cafe is a delightful feline haven that’s easily accessible via the BTS, just a short stroll from Ratchathewi Station.
This charming cafe boasts a whimsical, cartoon-inspired decor and is home to a diverse array of cats, representing various breeds.
What sets Caturday apart is its impeccable cleanliness and maintenance, ensuring a pleasant, odor-free environment for both cats and visitors.
Moreover, the cafe is adorned with an abundance of adorable trinkets and decorations, creating the perfect backdrop for capturing memorable photos with your furry companions.
Should you find your appetite calling, the menu offers a delectable assortment of cakes, pastries, and refreshing beverages. Caturday Cafe welcomes cat lovers of all ages, making it a delightful and relaxing weekend retreat right in the heart of the city.
- Service hours: 12:00–20:00
- Google map: Caturday Cat Cafe
A must-visit temple in Bangkok: Wat Saket Ratchawora Mahawihan
Wat Saket Ratchawora Mahawihan, commonly referred to as The Golden Mount, stands as a historic gem within Bangkok, drawing hordes of tourists year-round.
This temple’s roots trace back to the Ayutthaya era, and it underwent significant renovations during the Rattanakosin period under the reign of King Rama I.
Within the temple’s sacred confines, you’ll discover a substantial Buddha statue gracing the main hall, accompanied by an exquisite mural painting of great beauty.
But what truly sets The Golden Mount apart is the opportunity to bask in panoramic vistas of the sprawling city of Bangkok.
For an unforgettable experience, I highly recommend a visit to the temple in the evening. This is the perfect time to witness the breathtaking sunset and capture stunning photographs of the cityscape that unfolds before you.
- Service hours: 07:00–19:00
- Google map: Wat Saket (The Golden Mount)
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