Central Festival Pattaya Beach is showcasing Thai silk, jewelry, souvenirs and accessories in its Asian Bazaar Zone through April 7.
Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome, Central General Manager Theeraporn Jitnawa, and Sompot Jantawan, general manager of the TSix5 Hotel opened the ground-floor expo March 16. The ceremony also featured a Thai-arts performance by students from Pattaya School No. 8 and an exhibit by local freelance artists, including line drawings and blown-glass sculptures.
The Asian Bazaar Zone offers 20 booths selling souvenirs from tourist attractions such as the Jim Thompson House, famous brands such as NaRaYa, and other silk, jewelry and accessories. Shoppers also can enjoy Thai cultural arts, fruit-carving demonstrations, Thai massage, glass blowing and cultural shows sponsored by the TSix5 Hotel.
Thai silk, jewelry, souvenirs and accessories are on sale at Central Festival Pattaya Beach in its Asian Bazaar Zone through April 7.
“I am delighted that Central Festival Pattaya Beach has sponsored Thai products, a move all sectors should assist with to make Thai products more well-known to the international market,” Itthiphol said. “The products shown in the Asian Bazaar Zone are all of excellent quality, whether they are wood carvings, home decorations, or souvenirs.”