Chang Sensory Trails 2022 sees 15 Thai restaurants participate in the Thai food extravaganza that will take place from 15 July to 9 September this year.

Chang Sensory Trails is back, and it is bigger and better. Thailand’s iconic beer brand Chang, in collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand, is bringing back the annual Thai food festival after a two year hiatus.

While previous events were one-day or weekend affairs, Chang Sensory Trails 2022 will be an almost month-long affair running from 15 July to 9 September 2022. It will also see a record 15 Thai restaurants across Singapore participate this year, each of which will showcase their versions of beloved dishes from the streets of Bangkok as well as lesser-known ones from other parts of Thailand.

Participating venues for Chang Sensory Trails 2022 are:

    • Aroy-Dee Thai Kitchen (Bencoolen Street)
    • Sawasdee Thai Restaurant (Chinatown)
    • Thai’d Me Up
    • Tongue Thai’d
    • Khao Hom by Rung Mama
    • Nakhon Kitchen (Holland Village)
    • Nakhon Kitchen (Bedok)
    • Sawadee Thai Cuisine (Tan Quee Lan Street)
    • Naowarat Thai Bistro
    • VIBEZ Bistro Bar
    • Gin Khao Bistro (Sentosa Cove)
    • Crazy3
    • Nummun Thai Kitchen
    • Folks Collective
    • 555 Villa Thai

This year’s promotional mechanics are extremely consumer friendly. Simply order each restaurant’s signature dishes and get a bottle of Chang Beer for just S$1. Otherwise if you buy two or more bottles, you get another bottle free. A lucky draw will also be held during this period – when you visit a restaurant, scan QR code that will be on the table to register for a chance to win a trip for two to Bangkok or Phuket.

So if you haven’t been able to get your passport renewed in time for your yearly foodie trip to Bangkok now that borders have finally reopened again after the pandemic, you still can taste a slice of Thailand with Chang Sensory Trails 2022.

[Image credit: Chang Beer]

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