Published on : Wednesday, December 26, 2018
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok’s festive hampers are available for order and collection from 15 November 2018. Each hamper is packed full of Christmas goodies, such as cookies, Dresdner stollen, festive macaroons, traditional mince pie, and a festive chocolate tuk-tuk.
This year, the hampers also include signature items from the hotel’s dining venues, including curry paste from Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin; BBQ sauce from Niche; duck rillettes from Brasserie Europa; and tasty snacks from Hanuman Bar.
The Heritage hamper is priced at THB 3,900 plus VAT, while the Connoisseur hamper costs THB 7,000 plus VAT. There is a choice of rattan basket for the Connoisseur hamper, along with a burgundy box for the Heritage hamper.
A personalised hamper option is also available, where customers simply select items from an à la carte menu that includes Christmas fruitcake, Dresdner stollen, English Christmas pudding, Choco snowman and Christmas fruit bread.
These exclusive hampers, which make ideal festive season gifts for family, friends and business associates, are available for order and purchase from 15 November 2018 to 15 January 2019. More details at the festive season counter in the hotel lobby.
Annual lighting ceremony
Guests and visitors are invited to join the hotel’s traditional annual lighting ceremony at 18:00 hrs. on Thursday 29 November 2018, when children from Chumchon Moobaan Pattana School in Bangkok’s Klong Toey district will be singing a selection of Christmas carols.
The children will be returning to Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok for regular heartfelt performances of Christmas carols throughout December, as part of the hotel’s commitment to supporting local communities.
These Christmas performances, staged every Sunday throughout December as well as on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, are performed in partnership with BE Health Association – the non-profit organisation co-founded by Kempinski Hotels S.A. to work against the spread of devastating infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria through training, education and moral support.
The performances take place on 2, 9, 16, 23, and 24 December from 17:00 hrs. to 17:30 hrs. and 18:00 hrs. to 18:30 hrs. Special performances will take place on Christmas Day (25 December) at 12:00 noon and 13:00 hrs.
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