A coffee and craft beer festival is coming to Thailand’s seaside town of Cha-am, located in the Petchaburi province.
Those looking for a unique festival that celebrates two of the world’s most popular drinks can head to Cha-am from March 17 to 19 for the Sun Coffee and Moon Craft festival. The festival will be held at Hua Hin One, an open-air shopping mall within the Thew Talay World luxury condominium complex. The festival will be held from 10am to 10pm each day.
During the day, independent coffee growers set up booths where visitors can taste their latest creations. Coffee lovers will delight at the wide selection, which will include Arabica, Robusta, and speciality blends, according to Hua Hin Today.
The festival will also feature workshops on coffee brewing techniques, latte art, and other related topics. Coffee experts share their knowledge and experience, providing a unique learning opportunity for coffee enthusiasts.
At night, the festival shifts its focus to craft beers.
Visitors can enjoy live music and entertainment all day, as well as craft bakeries, food trucks, and vintage clothes and art stalls. The festival offers a full sensory experience that is not to be missed.
The Sun Coffee and Moon Craft festival is a chance to sample the unique coffee and craft cultures of Thailand and learn more about the local industries. Visitors can enjoy the live music performances and delicious food stalls while taking in the festival’s ambience.
If you love coffee and craft beverages, then the Sun Coffee and Moon Craft festival in Cha-am is not to be missed.
Cha-am is located less than 200 kilometres south of Bangkok and just 20 kilometres north of Hua Hin. The scenic coastal town is known to be quieter than Hua Hin and is popular for couples looking for romantic getaways, as well as seniors looking for peace and quiet. Bangkok dwellers needing a break from the hustle and bustle of city life also love Cha-am.
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