The five best Christmas light installations in Bangkok
CentralWorld has invited Argentinian illustrator, Javier González Burgos, best known around the globe for creating whimsical images for children’s storybooks, to develop cartoon characters exclusively with The Dazzling Celebration.
For the first in its history, Siam Square One's giant walkway is magically transformed into a massive, awe-inspiring lighting installation powered by Head & Shoulders. Inspired by Argan tree and its oil which contains nurturing benefits for your hair, the Head & Shoulders Supreme Argan Tree Lighting Festival captivates the festive vibes with state-of-the-art computerized lighting installation and aromatic scent, depicting a magical argan forest. Wear UV-colored clothes to have fun in the "glow in the dark" tunnel, and if you don't have one, no worries, just check in on Facebook and Instagram to get free UV tattoos. There will be fun activities and live music performances throughout this free-entry exhibition. Head & Shoulders Supreme Argan Tree Lighting Festival glows from 15 December 2017 to 15 January 2018.
In association with Head & Shoulders
If you walk to Central Embassy, you can see the biggest Santa in South East Asia welcoming you next to the entrance of Central Embassy, and 7 meters Santa’s Wonderland inflatable playground inside. While Central Chidlom has three Christmas trees with their own lighting system: 1st Floor (2pm, 5pm and 7pm), Chidlom Junction (4pm, 6pm and 8pm), and Morakot Plaza (4pm, 6pm and 8pm)
Emporium and EmQuartier team up to create Winter Wonderland the Grand Celebration where you can find 12-meter-tall polar bear as well as cool 3D mapping to celebrate this festive season.
To strengthen its support for green initiatives, Siam Discovery has partnered with PTT Public Company Limited, Thailand’s largest petrochemical conglomerate, to create the city’s first “green” Christmas tree, made from upcycled PET bottles and plastic waste.