Sansiri is bringing back the “Winter Market Fest #6” under the theme of “Heat Winter” to surround everyone with the joys of the holiday season that will surely melt your hearts. Expecting up to 40,000 visitors, explore the uplifting community space to “Shop, Eat, Drink and Be Merry” throughout six zones with fun activities and mini-concerts. Also in partnership with PTTCG join in to do your part in reducing global warming at this eco-friendly event with your family and friends during Saturday and Sunday, December 15–16, 2018, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. at T77 Lifestyle Community Sukhumvit 77.
The Winter Market Fest #6 is a foodie and shopper’s festive paradise as it will house over 170 shops of Thailand’s most popular food, beverage, clothes and accessories vendors. Siam Commercial Bank will also have their own special zone with 50 shops called the Cashless Street by SCB, where shoppers can easily enjoy shopping convenience by paying through their QR Code system.
A winter wonderland melting art installation will be on display throughout the event to reflect the creative concept of Heat Winter that invites event participants to be aware of the global warming issues in a cute and friendly way. Everyone is also encouraged to bring their favorite tote bag to shop at the event and earn discounts and promotions at participating shops. For those who come unprepared, Sansiri offers their latest limited edition tote bag collection. Just check in at the event location “T77 Community” and add the hashtags #WinterMarketFest6 and #HeatWinter to receive your complimentary Winter Tote Bag.
Doing our part doesn’t stop there, in partnership with PTTCG, all plates, cups, and utensils are 100 percent biodegradable and all decorations and furniture are created from recycled materials and will also be reused and all waste from the event will be sorted for further waste management. PTTGC will also have fun engaging activities and games to raise awareness on waste reduction, proper recycling, composting and garbage sorting.
A festive celebration with good food and drinks in a cozy atmosphere filled with smiles, laughter is not complete without the tunes from your favorite artists. On Saturday, December 15, meet with Bell Supol, Praew Kanitkul and Two Popetorn and on Sunday, December 16, get ready to sing along with Pop Pongkul and 25 Hours and not to mention a lineup of DJs curated by BEC Radio who are set to create one of the most memorable weekends right at the heart of the T77 Community space.
Don’t forget to visit another highlight guaranteed to amaze all passersby with the Giant Gashapong by Bangkok Bank. This four-meter tall machine of fortune invites everyone to donate to charity and also try your luck to win the grand prize of four air tickets to Hong Kong and Japan, sponsored by Cathay Pacific as well as many other exciting gifts.
Throughout all the various zones, there is something for everyone. At the Santa Garden Zone on the 3rd floor of Habito Mall make your wish come true at the Wishing Pond surrounded by a luminous light & sound experience engineered by the Eyedropper Fills, Thailand’s renowned multimedia designer. Parents with small children are welcome at the Kids Playground Zone by Daikin on the 1st floor of Habito Mall. Pet lovers will admire our newly opened Bito Yard, an area where you can bring your little friends of four paws to relax and play with fellow canines.
Sansiri, as UNICEF’s First Selected Partner in Thailand, would like to inspire everyone to lend a hand and share happiness to children around the world. A giant snowman standing at 3-meters tall on the 1st floor of Habito Mall invites all festival-goers to take photos inside its color space and write warm and loving messages of inspiration on greeting cards and donate to children in need through the UNICEF organization by just scanning their QR code.
What: Winter Market Fest #6
When: December 15–16, 2018, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Where: T77 Lifestyle Community Sukhumvit 77 (Soi Onnut 1/1). Shuttle buses are available at Tesco Lotus Onnut (next to BTS Onnut station) as well as at Wat Tai and Wat Mahabut from 4 p.m. onwards.