This week, you have your pick of wondrous escapes, from rum under the setting sun and a disco masquerade to a painted “dreamy land”. Follow our picks and trust us, your mind and soul will thank you.

Foreign film night at Alliance française


Apéro Ciné: The Salesman

Unwind with some culture tomorrow night at the Alliance française’s Apéro Ciné. With a glass of wine in one hand and some delicious cheese and cold cuts in the other, recline and watch Ashghar Farhadi’s Oscar award-winning movie, The Salesman, which follows the story of a married couple seeking justice for a crime. Screening begins at 8pm with apéro served beforehand.  The price of two tickets and the delicious platter is 500 baht and wine is 100 baht per glass. 

June 27, Alliance française de Bangkok, 179 Witthayu Road, Lumpini; 0-2670-4210;

Riverside rum and sun


Photo: Courtesy of The Peninsula Bangkok

Sunset Rum Tasting  

This Thursday (6-9pm), sit back at The Peninsula’s grand terrace and taste an array of rum as colorful and warming as the Chao Phraya sunset before you. For 890 baht, the Thai Bev team will teach you all you need to know about spirits and help you find your new favorite drink. For reservations, contact the hotel lobby at 0-2020-2888 or email

June 29, The Peninsula Bangkok, 333 Charoennakron Road; 0-2020-2888,

The disco and Bubbles revival


Return to Bubbles - Masquerade Disco Party

What’s your “Bubbles” style? Whatever it is, we hope it involves a mask, because Bubbles nightclub is celebrating its 48th anniversary with a masquerade disco party at MyBar, Dusit Thani hotel. 480 baht will get you a choice of selected drinks to spark up your glamorous and mysterious Friday night.

June 30, Dusit Thani Bangkok, 946 Rama 4 Road; 0-2200-9000,

Lose yourself in an artist's universe


Photo: Courtesy of Subhashok The Arts Centre

Dreamy Land

Step into Supasit Thrammaprasert’s surreal “Dreamy Land”, a world defined by time, current affairs and hopelessness.This Saturday (6-10pm), the SAC presents three series that combine a range of techniques - oil on nylon nets, drawing on giclee prints and oil canvas - to illustrate a connection between the past, present and future. This is an exhibition that won’t just have you lost in time, but will leave you questioning the meaning of time entirely.

Jul 1, Subhashok The Arts Centre, soi Phrom Chit, soi Sukhumvit 39; 0-2662-0299,

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