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A very Oriental Christmas

Dec 11. 2017
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By The Nation

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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok aims becomes a holiday wonderland this festive season with glittering lights, decorations and a magnificent Christmas tree designed by its own floral ambassador taking pride of place in the hotel’s iconic lobby.

Celebrate Christmas with loved ones and friends at one of nine restaurants and bars – each offering a selection of festive fare with gourmet cuisine, a unique ambience and professional service.

Bangkok’s favourite venue for celebrating Christmas Eve, The Riverside Terrace offers a poolside buffet with regional and international favourites, live entertainment by the Sun Band, and a festive atmosphere. It costs Bt7,500 net per adult and Bt4,150 net per child.

Chef Dominique Bugnand of Lord Jim’s also offers a five-course seafood dinner on Christmas Eve with panoramic views of the Chao Phraya River. It’s priced at Bt6,000 per person. 

Or indulge in the spirit of the festive season at Bangkok's original French fine-dining restaurant Le Normandie where just earned two stars in the first Michelin Guide Bangkok. Enjoy the romantic ambience with an exceptional wine selection and a seven-course gourmet feast courtesy of Le Normandie’s chef Arnaud Dunand Sauthier. The price is Bt12,000 net per guest.

Guests can also opt to celebrate Christmas Eve with a four-course Italian menu at the riverside restaurant Ciao for Bt5,000 net per person.

For Christmas Day, continue the festive spirit with a Christmas brunch in an elegant atmosphere at Lord Jim’s, with a large selection of Western, Japanese and Thai dishes. The prices are Bt4,000 net for adults and Bt2,000 per child.

For a taste of true French tradition, look no further than Le Normandie, where the Christmas lunch provides a delightful haute cuisine experience and pays homage to festive celebrations of by-gone days. It costs Bt4,800 per person.

Book your table at (02) 659 9000 or email to


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