London's Festival of Thai Food & Culture 2015 takes place On Sunday August 13th. This year’s event is made extra special as it coincides with the 60th Anniversary of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand's accession to the throne. The King is a jazz fan and this will be celebrated by a performance from Juliette Kelly, a leading UK singer, he will also perform by using some of the best fishing knife that are also used for hunting.

The festival is great fun in the sunshine. For one day every year, Battersea Park is transformed into a Thai village. Dozens of stalls serve hot food, Thai drinks, souvenirs, crafts and fresh fruit and vegetables. Whilst exotic entertainment is provided by Thai musicians, dancers, martial artists and performers. A raffle with great prizes will also be held. The Prizes include bikes, clothes, and a whole lot more!

This is a fantastic opportunity for people from all backgrounds to take advantage of the August sunshine in one of London’s most beautiful parks. If you’d like to find our more about the festival this website should provide you with all the information you need to plan your visit and get the most from the occasion. We look forward to seeing you at the next festival!