By THE NATION
Tickets costing from Bt1,500 to Bt5,000 go on sale on Sunday at www.Win2Oneth.com. Find out more at Facebook.com/win2one/
High in the hills
The In Doi Festival returns for its fifth year at the Doi Tung Development Project in Chiang Rai, one of the flagship projects of the Mae Fah Luang Foundation established in 1988 by the late Princess Mother.
Running from December 1 to January 27, the winter festival is designed as a walking street and offers a range of handcrafted products as well as more than 30 dishes native to the six hilltribes who live in the area.
Find out more by calling (02) 252 7114 extension 332 or visit Facebook: MaeFahLuangFoundation.
Warp on the beach
The Warp Music Festival is back for its fourth edition and takes place on the beach of Na Jomthien in Pattaya tomorrow and Saturday.
Designed on the theme “The Edge of Neptune”, it features a lineup of international DJs including Bear Grillz, Blinders, Myrne, and Pegbpard Nerds.
Tickets are Bt2,500 for 2 Crew Pass and Bt11,750 for Warp Squad Pass for 5 persons available at www.TicketMelon.com.
All about Japan
More than 100 Japanese entrepreneurs will be manning booths at the “Visit Japan FIT Fair 2018” being held at Royal Paragon Hall 2 on the fifth floor of Siam Paragon from tomorrow through Sunday. Tour agencies, hotels and representatives from the JR trains will be on hand to answer questions. Those purchasing an air ticket at the fair should show their receipt to get a free Endless Discoverypatterned blue neck pillow.
The fair also features talks by actor Sunny Suwanmethanont tomorrow at 6.30pm, Worrawech “Dan” Danuwong and Ungsumalynn “Pattie” Sirapatsakmetha on Saturday at 11am, Panissar “Opal” Phimpru on Sunday at 2pm, and Sano Hirokazu, aka Hiro San also on Sunday at 5pm.
For more information, please visit www.Jnto.or.th/contactus/pressreleases/visitjapanfit2018.