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PHUKET: North Phuket Resorts will host its second Culinary Arts Festival of the year from December 2 to 4 on Mai Khao Beach to celebrate the culinary experiences and attractions of this unspoiled area of the island.

Located just minutes away from Phuket International Airport on Mai Kao Beach, North Phuket Resorts hosts this festival twice each year, with the first event held in July and again in December.

An epic-sized dining table at over 300 meters long will be set up on the beachfront between Sala Phuket and Renaissance Phuket on the Friday opening night.

On Saturday evening the festival moves to Anantara Phuket for their Infinity Sunset Grill on the pool deck, followed by dancing to DJ’d tunes.

JW Marriott Phuket will conclude the festival on Sunday with a “brunch of your life” for the whole family to enjoy.

An individual event pass costs 1,500 baht per person, with an all-event weekend pass available at 4,000 baht per person.

Children under 12 years will be charged at half price. Admission is free for children under seven years.

The Phuket Gazette, PGTV and Blue Wave 90.5FM are sponsors of the North Phuket Resorts Culinary Arts Festival.

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