By The Nation
Designed on the theme “Heat Winter”, the ecofriendly shopping event will be packed with more than 170 shops offering delectable street food, beverages, fashionable apparel and accessories and also boasts a Cashless Street managed by Siam Commercial Bank that’s home to 50 booths where shoppers can easily pay through their QR Code system.
Sansiri itself is offering limitededition Winter totes or visitors, who check in at the event location “T77 Community” and add the hashtag #WinterMarketFest6 on social media while shoppers bringing their own shopping bags can get more discounts and promotions at participating shops.
In partnership with PTTCG, all food and beverages are served in 100per cent biodegradable plates, cups and utensils and all decorations and furniture are created from recycled materials that will be sorted for further waste management. PTTGC will also offer fun interactive activities and games to raise awareness on waste reduction, proper recycling, composting and garbage sorting.
The third floor of Habito Mall next door will be transformed into the Santa Garden Zone that is home to the Wishing Pond and surrounded by a luminous light and sound experience engineered by the Eyedropper Fills, Thailand’s renowned multimedia designer.
The first floor is home to the Kids Playground Zone by Daikin and pet lovers can romp around the newly opened Bito Yard. A giant threemetretall snowman invites shoppers to take photos and explore its colourful space and write warm and loving messages of inspiration on greeting cards and donate to children in need through Unicef just by scanning their QR code.
Tomorrow, Bell Supol, Praew Kanitkul and Two Popetorn will be on stage. Pop Pongkul and 25 Hours entertain on Sunday along with DJs selected by BEC Radio.
And don’t forget to stop at the Giant Gashapong by Bangkok Bank. This fourmetretall machine of fortune invites you to donate to charity and get a chance to win four air tickets to Hong Kong and Japan, sponsored by Cathay Pacific as well as other exciting gifts.
Shuttle buses are available at Tesco Lotus Onnut (next to BTS Onnut station) as well as at Wat Tai and Wat Mahabut.
Find out more by calling 1685 or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/352911765465721/.