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The best place to buy a Christmas tree in Phuket/Bangkok/Chiang Mai or anywhere in Thailand for that matter is via an Instagram account called: instagram.com/merryxmastree_thinstagram.com/merryxmastree_thHow to order your Christmas tree in ThailandMy wife found the Merry xMas guys and I sent them a DM via Instagram, you can also use Line app (QR code below). They speak both Thai and English fluently, so I was messaging in English. And they got back to me the same day.They have 3 design options of Christmas trees to choose from, and they then have 3 sizes too. The 3 options are:
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And the 3 standard sizes are 7.5 feet (228cm), 10 feet (305cm) and 12 feet (365cm). Although they have a Christmas promotion on right now for cheaper trees that are 5 and 6.5 feet too, great if you live in a condo rather than a house.In terms of delivery, that can all be managed directly with the team. They send all over Thailand. Chiang Mai, Phuket, Pattaya, wherever. I got my tree 3 or 4 days after I ordered it. Super fast.
Here are the options that they hold:I went for Cashmere, 7,5 feetChristmas tree in Thailand costs, including the promotional pricesWait.. Does Thailand celebrate Christmas?!Haha, well not really. Although that being said, there are 390,000 Christians in Thailand, excluding foreigners. So that makes up 0.4% of the population. Including foreigners, maybe 1%. Max.
If you are in Thailand, a Buddhist country, but are still planning on celebrating Christmas, you may think it is difficult to buy Christmas decorations in a city like Bangkok. Not at all. In fact, with many places available to buy Christmas decorations in Bangkok, decorating a tree or your living room in Thailand is just as easy as it is back home.
Consequently, Chinatown, or Yaowarat as the Thais call it, is the best place to buy Christmas decorations in Bangkok. There are many, many stalls selling Christmas items in Chinatown so, no matter whether you are looking for tree ornaments, tinsel, a plastic Santa that dances, or any other holiday season novelty item Chinatown sells it.
For carousel post enthusiasts, CentralWorld is the place to be. The World of Happiness 2021 Celebration has a towering Christmas tree right in the middle of the plaza, surrounded by a little village of twinkling lights and gingerbread men.
Each year three Beer Gardens are erected next to the Central World Christmas Tree. The three same beer brands each year; Tiger, Chang and Singha in this order when coming from the Christmas tree. Leo Beer are owned by Singha in case you worried of them missing out. Each beer garden sporting their own brand, live performances and uniformed beer cheer girls (waitresses). Take your pick. Chang is generally the cheapest and Tiger the most expensive but I find most people chose by the cuteness of beer cheer girls (not us of course). Fanfan wanted ice-cream so we end up at the Chang Beer Garden at Central World to sample their beer ice-cream. All Beer Gardens have free entrance.
Holiday season is here, and what better way to brighten up your holiday spirit than gazing upon the festive lights of Bangkok Illumination 2020 at ICONSIAM. Starting from today to Dec 30, visit the riverside River Park of ICONSIAM to witness various lit art installations; such as 20-meter tall christmas trees ornately adorned with patterns specially created in collaboration with Mike Perry, an Emmy-winning artist.
Share fun-filled skating escapades with friends and family at the Sky Rink in Chicago. Tucked into a pine tree winter wonderland and bathed in festive music and snowflake lighting, guests enjoy stunning views of the illuminated city skyline, plus a warming selection of hot beverages and holiday treats.
If you visit Bangkok during December you may be surprised at just how many areas of the city are lit up with special decorations. The birthday of the King of Thailand is on December 5 and in his honour, parts of the city are beautifully illuminated. Fairy lights are strung up in trees lining the roads outside the Grand Palace and along Sanam Luang. The decorations continue all along Ratchadamnoen Avenue and towards Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall and the royal Dusit area.
This year's tree incorporates the motifs that adorned the pocket watch, with the emblematic Calatrava Cross nestled in the middle of the largest 8-pointed star. The design highlights the unique rich blue enamel of the pocket watch and radiates the festive spirit of well-wishes.
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I love December because of Christmas! During this special season, there is an inexplicable sense of joy and love in the air. Christmas carols are played, shopping centres and hotels decorate their Christmas trees and you get to receive presents too during gift exchanges.
Wayne Duberly (3rd left), Area General Manager along with Kanin Tangtermpong (2nd left), Resident Manager and special guests; Ratttanachai Suttidechanai (2nd right), Representative of Pattaya Mayor, Sub Lt. Pramote Tubtim (4th right) Permanent Secretary of Pattaya City with his wife, Katesaraporn Tubtim (3rd right), Director of the Pattaya Redemptorist School for the Blind, Chid Suknu (far right) and Nareeporn Pattanasin, Administrators of Nareethip School (Bangkok Dance Pattaya) (far left) turned on the Christmas tree lights for the annual charity event at the main lobby of Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya.
This is the hotel's 13th anniversary which included various activities and performances, the highlight being Christmas Carols sung by the Pattaya Redemptorist School for the Blind and modern dance performed by the students of Nareethip School (Bangkok Dance Pattaya).Guests were also able to purchase their very own Christmas tree ornaments to complete the decoration of our tree. All proceeds going to the Pattaya Redemptorist School for the Blind. 041b061a72