What to do in Bangkok this weekend (November 3 -5)

PHOTO: Kolour Halloween (Facebook) / NóMADA Tropical Fiesta (Facebook) / Guilty Bangkok (Facebook)

Wondering how to make the most of the weekend? With all the great events happening in Bangkok, it can be hard not to end up confused when searching for the best things to do this weekend. That’s why we curated this list for you. From Day of the Dead celebrations and additional Halloween parties to engaging book discussions and sumptuous buffet lunches, here are the best things to do in Bangkok this weekend, 3 – 5 November 2023.

Things to do in Bangkok this Weekend (November 3 – 5)

Day of the Dead at Ojo

Day of the Dead at Ojo Bangkok, one of the best things to do in Bangkok this weekend
PHOTO: Ojo Bangkok via Facebook

When: Friday, 3 November 2023 from 20:00
How much: 899 THB per person (include 2 drinks and unlimited Mexican bites)
Where: 76th Floor, The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon, 114 Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Rd, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand – Google Maps

Catch a magical glimpse of Mexico at Ojo’s Day of the Dead this Friday. Located on the 76th floor of The Standard, Bangkok, Ojo will fill its Terrace Bar with floral masterpieces. Dance to the Latin beats by DJs El Hijo del Maíz and Jon Sa Trinxa, while savouring delicious Mexican bites from La Lupita and sipping expertly crafted drinks by Negar Iwana. Plus, you’ll have the chance to enhance your look with complimentary makeup from MAC Cosmetics. Remember, the dress code is ‘Dia De Los Glam.’

NóMADA Tropical Fiesta

Nomada Tropical Fiesta Poster, one of the best things to do in Bangkok this weekend
PHOTO: Nomada Tropical Fiesta via Facebook

When: Friday, 3 November 2023 from 18:00
How much: 1,800 THB++ per person
Where: Baan Dusit Thani, 116-1 Sala Daeng Rd, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand – Google Maps

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Let your taste buds travel all the way to South America without leaving Bangkok at the NóMADA Tropical Fiesta. Expect a night of sizzle, dance, and feast. With a BBQ Open Fire Grill, you’ll get to fill your stomach with mouthwatering delights like Argentinian Picanha, Grilled Indian Octopus, and Scallops with Crispy Quinoa. Moreover, there’ll be a combination of DJ sets and a fire dance show to infuse your evening with an electric thrill.

Bebe Rexha: Best F’N Night of My Life Tour

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PHOTO: Bebe Rexha- best F’N Night of My Life Tour via Facebook

When: Friday, 3 November 2023
How much: 2,600 THB (standing ticket)
Where: Moonstar Studio, 701 Lat Phrao 80 Chanthima Alley, Wang Thonglang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand – Google Maps

Multi-platinum pop sensation Bebe Rexha is set to light up the stage in Bangkok this Friday. From your favourite tracks to recent chart-toppers, get ready to dance and sing along to the Grammy-nominated artist herself!

Stand-Up Comedy Khao San Road

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PHOTO: Stand-Up Comedy Khao San Road via Facebook

When: Friday, 3 November 2023 from 20:00. to 22:00
Where: The Comedy Joint Khaosan Bangkok Comedy Club, Dam Noen Klang Nuea Alley, Talat Yot, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand – Google Maps

Prepare to clutch your stomach in laughter as The Comedy Joint invites you to its side-splitting show on Khaosan Road. The show offers a night of continuous laughter and wit. From aspiring comics to seasoned jesters, the rotating cast ensures a freshness to each moment and a guarantee of non-stop giggles.

Bangkok Bar Show & Awards

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PHOTO: Bangkok Baar Show 2023 via Facebook

When: Friday, 3 November – Monday, 6 November 2023
How much: 450 – 500 THB (1-day pass) / 1,250 – 1,400 THB (3-day pass) / 2400 THB (Awards Gala Dinner Night)
Where: The Royal Bangkok Sports Club, Henri Dunant Hall, Pathum Wan Subdistrict, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand – Google Maps

If you like drinks and want to know more about the bar business, this one’s for you. There’ll be lots going on – from learning sessions to tasting good drinks and meeting special guests visiting from different bars in the city. Moreover, loads of big names are joining this year, like Patron, Beefeater, Hendrick’s, Bacardi, and many others. And to wrap it all up, there’s a special dinner on 6 November where the best from Thailand’s bar scene will be celebrated.

Yesterday for Tomorrow Charity Dining

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PHOTO: Yesterday for Tomorrow Charity Dining

When: Friday, 3 November – Saturday, 5 November 2023
How much: 3,500 THB per person
Where: The Food School Bangkok, Building E, BLOCK 28, 986 Soi Chula 9, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330 – Google Map

Join Luukrieang and Chef Black as they come together to host a charity event for Ban Luk Liang. It’s a chance to enjoy an exquisite 8-course tasting menu and contribute to a significant cause. Ban Luukrieang is a charity dedicated to caring for and providing scholarships to children who have lost their family members to violence in the three southern border provinces.

Mustache Halloween Second Edition

Mustache Halloween Second Edition, one of the best things to do in Bangkok
PHOTO: Mustache Halloween Second Edition via Facebook

When: Saturday, 4 November 2023 from 21:00
How much: 400 THB per person (at the door – include 1 selected drink)
Where: Mustache Bangkok, Young Place, Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand – Google Maps

The Halloween spirit is going into overtime at Mustache this year as they prepare a second edition of their spine-chilling event. With David Chong and Richie setting the tone with house and techno beats, you’re guaranteed to have a hair-raising night. So slip into your spookiest outfits and get ready to dance all night.

White Party at Siam Yacht Club

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PHOTO: White Party at Siam Yacht Club via Facebook

When: Saturday, 4 November 2023 from 17:00 – 22:00
Where: Siam Yacht Club, Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers, 2 Charoen Krung Road, Siphya, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand – Google Maps

If your idea of the perfect Saturday night is a glamorous party in St. Tropez, then the Siam Yacht Club is the place to be. Together with Cocktail Revolucion, Siam Yacht Club is transforming Bangkok riverside into a party reminiscent of the white parties in St. Tropez. Enjoy happy hour special cocktails and DJ sets, as well as Bar flaring and fire shows by Cocktail Revolucion.

Kolour Halloween 2023

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PHOTO: Kolour Halloween 2023 via Facebook

When: Saturday, 4 November 2023 from 15:00
How much: 2,300 THB (at the door)
Where: Escape Bangkok, EmQuartier, 5th Floor, 693-695 Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand – Google Maps

The chill of Kolour Halloween sweeps back into Bangkok this weekend, armed with a thrilling lineup featuring Oden & Fatzo, Jaguar, and a unique collaboration between Nakadia and Mendy Indigo. This isn’t your ordinary Halloween event. It’s ‘Bangkok’s Bloodiest Night Out”. The night will be full of extras that amplify the Halloween spirit, such as face painting, a costume contest, and riveting performances. Do keep in mind the dress code – no costume, no entry!

Bangkok Theatre Festival

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PHOTO: Bangkok Theatre Festival 2023 via Facebook

When: Saturday, 4 November – Sunday, 19 November 2023
Where: Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, 939 Rama I Rd, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand (main venue) – Google Maps

The Bangkok Theatre Festival is rolling into town from 4 to 19 November. It’s a place where people who love theatre can get together – including actors, students, critics, and just people who enjoy a good show. This year, there will be lots of performances, workshops you can join, and talks you can listen to. Whether you’re into drama, comedy, or something else, come and see what the festival has to offer.

Bangkok Literature Festival

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PHOTO: Bangkok Literature Festival via Facebook

When: Saturday, 4 November – Sunday, 5 November 2023 from 09:00 – 18:00
How much: 600 THB (day pass)
Where: Neilson Hays Library, 195 Surawong Road, Suriya Wong, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand – Google Maps

Book lovers, aspiring writers, and the simply curious – clear your schedule this weekend for the Bangkok Literature Festival at Neilson Hays Library. This two-day event is more than just a gathering, it’s a celebration of the power of literature. Bringing together more than 50 remarkable local and international authors, poets, and storytellers, there’s a range of enriching activities to participate in. From intriguing talks and author interviews to engaging workshops, poetry readings, and book signings, there’s a literary delight for everyone.

New Weekend Roast at Lava

one of the best things to do in Bangkok
PHOTO: New Weekend Roast at Lava via Facebook

When: Saturday, 4 November – Sunday, 5 November from 12:00 – 14:30
How much: 3,990 THB
Where: LAVA Asian Fire Grill, 137/1 Soi Thong Lo 10, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand – Google Maps

Want to make your weekend in Bangkok extra special? Head over to Lava in Thonglor and indulge in a perfect roast to kickstart your Saturday and Sunday. Known for their barbecuing skills, Lava really knows how to put on a feast. Offering a delightful blend of starters followed by individual roast plates and shared roast platters, it’s jam-packed with incredible flavours.

Holier Than Thou Book Signing and Discussion

Comic Book Club - Holier Than Thou, one of the best things to do in Bangkok
PHOTO: Comic Book Club – Holier Than Thou via bkkUNZINE

When: Sunday, 5 November from 14:00 – 16:00
How much: Free Entry – RSVP Here
Where: GC Café – Soi 8, 176, 1 Sukhumvit Road, Khwaeng Khlong Toei, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand – Google Maps

Calling all comic book fans! Join an engaging conversation about the full-colour, 182-page graphic novel “Holier Than Thou” by Mike Ragsdale (author) and Pablo Arias (artist) at the Palette Artspace this Sunday, hosted by BKKunzine.com. The book is a philosophical comedy that delves into the Devil’s mid-life crisis, which accidentally triggers Armageddon. You can learn what’s involved in writing, drawing and producing a comic book/graphic novel, how to self-publish, content creation tips, and much more. Want to read the book? Download the free digital version here!

IGNIV x Sorn

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PHOTO: IGNIV Bangkok via Facebook

When: Sunday, 5 November 2023 – 17:00 / 19:00 / 20:30
How much: 8,500 THB++ per person
Where: IGNIV Bangkok, The St. Regis Bangkok, 159 Rajadamri Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand – Google Maps

How about a fancy dinner to end your weekend in Bangkok? Head Chef David Hartwig, Sous Chef and Pastry Chef Arne Riehn from IGNIV Bangkok, and the renowned Chef Supaksorn Jongsiri from the two-Michelin-starred Sorn are collaborating to bring a dining experience full of exceptional flavours and innovative cuisines. Plus, there’s a chance to meet IGNIV’s founding chef Andreas Caminada on his visit to Bangkok during this event. He will be interacting with the team and lending his expertise to elevate the dining experience.

Día de Muertos at Guilty Bangkok

Día de Muertos at Guilty Bangkok, one of the best things to do in Bangkok
PHOTO: Día de Muertos at Guilty Bangkok via anantara.com

When: Until Sunday, 5 November 2023 from 18:00 – 22:00
How much: Start from 350 THB++
Where: Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, 155 Rajadamri Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand – Google Maps

The Mexican vibrant holiday, Día de Muertos or Day of the Dead, is still on in Anantara Siam Bangkok’s South American fine dining restaurant, Guilty. Chef Carlos Rodriguez is set to impress with his special Day of the Dead menu, which features exquisite dishes like tartar de carne roja, seafood ceviche, and glazed duck breast. If you have a sweet tooth, save some room for the ‘spooky graveyard’ – a delightful dessert of crumbly chocolate “soil” crafted from caramel-chocolate mousse, roasted pecans, and pumpkin candies.

We hope you’re no longer struggling to make up your mind about how to spend your well-deserved days off. Happy weekend!


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