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Thai Long Drum Dance Parade

Where
Cnr Campbell and George Street
Cnr Campbell and George Street
Campbell and George Street, Sydney, NSW
in front of HSBC Bank, ThaiTown, Haymarket
When

Sunday 7 April from 11:15am to 12:30pm

Thaibiz Australia invites all to our 'Thai Long Drum Dance Parade' to welcome a fresh start of upcoming Thai New Year 'Songkran'. 

This is an inclusive, free event of the Thai community to the public, showcasing Thai culture, colourful loincloths (PhaKawMah), and Thai Esarn music. 

There will be giveaways from local Thai businesses after the parade, including PhaKawMah, freight discount, Thai spa & massage etc. 

10 Thai restaurants will also give 10% discount on the day. See full list at Thaibiz Australia Facebook page.

Another activity on the same day (run by separate Thai organiser) will be the Buddha Statue Bathing by BonBlue in front of Cosy Corner Cafe (free).

We look forward to your visit of ThaiTown on 7 April – have a look, have fun & have Thai food!

Contact event organiser

Thaibiz Australia

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