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North Phuket's Upscale Hotels' Food Festival

Category: Hotels, Posted:01 Dec 2010 | 06:00 am

A collection of some of the island's best hotels have teamed together for the upcoming North Phuket Culinary Arts Festival from December 3rd thru 5th.
Grouping up Mai Khao's JW Marriott, Renaissance, Sala Phuket, Anantara and Aleenta (just over the Sarasin Bridge will be a series of events including what is reputed to be the island's longest table dining experience.
Other events include entertainment with renowned DJ's, a fashion show and more.
Pricing per event is THB1400 ++ or the value deal of an event pass the entire 3 days (and nights) for THB3,600++.
Information and ticket details email – [email protected]

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