What’s On in Bangkok in February 2016

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Updated: April 17, 2019

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!

Free swing dancing at Phra Pathom Chedi: 28 February

Swing dancing at Phra Pathom Chedi, Nakhon Pathom - photo by Swing Dancing at Phra Pathom Chedi

This free annual event returns to close down the photogenic street around the country’s largest golden pagoda, in Nakhom Pathom just outside Bangkok. The evening kicks off with an introductory swing dancing class for beginners from 7pm, and then continues with dancing through until 10pm. Expect live music, vendors hawking local street foods, and more. 

Open Air Film Festival: 10-12 February

Bangkok Open Air Film Fest - photo by Bangkok Open Air Film Fest

Environmental issues are under the spotlight at the latest instalment of Thailand’s Open Air Film Festival, where there are three forum discussions and six film screenings that include Godzilla, Whale Rider, and Thailand-focused The Impossible, which depicts the story of the 2004 tsunami. 4pm-midnight (films start at 7pm and 9.30pm on 10 and 12 February, and at 6.30pm and 8.30pm on 11 February; free entrance; Silpakorn University (Tha Chang river boat pier); www.bit.ly/openairfilmfestbkk.

Bangkok Sweet Dreams graffiti exhibition: Until 03 February

Bangkok Sweet Dreams graffiti exhibition at Chomp - photo by Chayanon Paymanont via Chomp

In the first event of its kind, 34 Thai graffiti and street artists take over cosy Chomp café and restaurant in Bangkok’s old town of Banglamphu, one of our favourite spots to chow down on comforting international fare (there’s also a great selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes). Samsen Soi 1 (Phra Athit or Thewet river boat piers); www.bit.ly/bangkoksweetdreams.

Lonely in Bangkok exhibition: Until 28 February

Lonely in Bangkok exhibition at Kathmandu Gallery - photo by Kathmandu Gallery

If you’ve ever found yourself as a Bangkok newbie struggling to adjust to life in this wonderfully crazy city, you’re sure to empathise with the work of photographer Jean-Sebastien Faure that’s on show at this exhibition hosted by the Kathmandu gallery in Silom. Faure’s work depicts his own challenges in settling into Bangkok over the course of four years. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-7pm; Pan Road (BTS Chong Nonsi);www.kathmanduphotobkk.com.

Concert in the Park: weekly, until 21 February

Concert in the Park - photo by Bangkok Symphony Orchestra

The winter season means the return of free weekly concerts in Lumpini Park by the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra’s own musicians will be joined by guest vocalists as they belt out classic tunes, pop hits, movie soundtracks and famous Thai songs. It’s a celebration of the cool(er) weather and the great outdoors in one of Bangkok’s best pockets of green space. Bring along a picnic and settle in for the afternoon! Concerts run on Sundays from 5.30pm. BTS Sala Daeng, or MRT Si Lom or Lumpini; www.bangkoksymphony.org.

February with Expique

This month Expique will be holding our monthly “Random Thainess” event on February 16. Come listen to 6 speakers talking on 6 random topics to do with Thailand and Thai Culture. For more information visit www.facebook.com/random.thainess 

Also, if you are looking for a fun way to spend Chinese New Year or Valentines Day then maybe we can suprise you on one of our tours.

How will you be spending your time in February in Bangkok? Let us know in the comments!

Photos by Swing Dancing at Phra Pathom Chedi; Bangkok Open Air Film Fest; Chayanon Paymanont via Chomp; Kathmandu Gallery; Bangkok Symphony Orchestra.

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