Thailand’s pioneering eco-friendly arts and music retreat Wonderfruit is returning for its third year on February 16th-19th, 2017.
Held at Siam Country Club, Pattaya – two hours drive from Bangkok – the festival is where “barefoot luxury meets awe-inspiring architecture and natural adventures.”
- Festival-goers can stay on site in luxury “glamping” accommodation, or can shack up at neighboring partner hotels.
- Four-day passes cost HK$1,190, kids under 12 enter free.
- At the time of writing, Flights to Bangkok on the first day of the festival – returning on the last day – are HK$1,096, with tax, on AirAsia. Alternatively, enter code Wo01fr10 when searching for Thai Airways flights to unlock flights from HK$1,250 economy return, or HK$3,000 business class.
Each ticket purchase includes a donation to the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve in an effort to offset the festival’s carbon footprint.
Arts: Solar Stage by Gregg Fleishman | Farm Stage by PO-D Architects and Thor. Kaichon | Bonafide by ZIEGHT | Little monsters by Tom Potisit | Nang Talung Sakon Dharma | Soul of Aungkorn
Music: Rudimental | Lianne La Havas | Shura | Junun Feat. Shye Ben Tzur & The Rajasthan Express | Young Fathers | Luna City Express | Buke and Gase | Yaya | Wolf + Lamb
Farm to Feasts: Gaggan | F.A.C.T Collective | Cocotte x Love Brunch | Morimoto Bangkok | Marcel | Rocketfruit | The Oyster Bar Bangkok | Wonderfruit Farm
Wellness & Adventures: Ashtanga with Danny Paradise | Martial Arts with Master Zhu Qiguo | Aromatherapy | Somatic movement | Parkour | Life Cycling | Wonder Flights
Talks & Workshops: Plastic Oceans director, Craig Leeson | Worldwide clean-up with Trash Hero | Sustainable economies with Todd Lemons | Wood carving | Screen printing | Floral art
Family: Capoeira for kids | Mandala making | Messy jam | Body painting | Storytelling | Photography walk | Organic painting | Hat and mask making | Rainbow kids yoga
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