Tuk Tuk Tours
Explore Bangkok by the iconic tuk tuk
There is always something to do in Bangkok – hunt down the latest goings-on with our what’s-on guide. Know of another event taking place that you want to share? Let us know in the comments!
This Brooklyn-inspired flea market, which has previously taken place at Hualamphong train station, strikes again, this time at luxury mall Central Embassy. Open from 1pm until midnight on both days, supposedly in an as-yet-unseen part of the shopping centre, expect Made by Legacy to deliver Instagram-tastic antique memorabilia and more. 120 baht admission fee; BTS Phloen Chit; www.madebylegacy.com.
The world-famous Cirque du Soleil circus performance hits Thailand for the very first time, at Impact Muang Thong Thani. More than 100 performers put on an acrobatic show to remember. Matinee and evening shows available; tickets from 1,000 to 5,000 baht at www.thaiticketmajor.com.
Throw your hat into the ring with your best ‘jungle’ themed poetry or music performance, or just come along to this open mic night and enjoy others’ contributions. Former Austin Poetry Slam Champion Bill Moran will appear. Doors open 7pm; free admission; the Overground Bar & Café (Sukhumvit Soi 22; BTS Asok);
The Yiwarra Kuju exhibition at Silom’s Thavibu Gallery features 14 contemporary pieces by Aboriginal Australian artists, previously showcased in Australia. 11am-7pm (closed Sundays); BTS Surasak; www.thavibu.com.
How will you be spending your time in July in Bangkok? Let us know in the comments!
Photos by Made by Legacy; Focka; Australian Embassy Bangkok.