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Friday, July 7, 2017

Chang Sensory Trails

After a huge turnout in London and San Francisco, Chang Sensory Trails makes Singapore its third stop on its global tour. This culinary adventure sponsored by Thailand's leading beer brand, Chang, is back for a second time to host Chang Sensory Trails, a multi-sensorial playground focusing on iconic Thai flavors.

At Chang Sensory Trails, there is a story behind every bite. Curated by Chef Duangporn 'Bo' Songvisava and Chef Dylan 'Lan' Jones, the duo is eager to share with visitors a unique culinary journey inspired by their fondest memories. Thai-born Chef Bo and Australian-born Chef Dylan met while working for David Thompson's Thai fine dining restaurant in London, Nahm, the first Thai fine dining restaurant to ever receive a Michelin star. Awarded Asia's Best Female Chef 2013, Chef Bo is an influential figure in Thai Cuisine. The chef who studied Masters in Gastronomy at the University of Adelaide and Le Cordon Bleu is known for her weekly television show, "Eat Am Are", which she co-hosts with her husband, and the Slow Food Movement in Bangkok. Both co-founders of Bo.Lan which is now ranked #19 in Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2017 are presenting an invite-only chef's table.

The global gastronomy platform features tantalizing dishes from 12 of Singapore's finest Thai restaurants including Aroy Dee, Folks Collective, Gin Khao, Long Chim, Long Tail, Nara Thai Cuisine, Patara Fine Thai Cuisine, Sa-Yum Dining Room, Talay Thai, Tamarind Hill, Thai'd Me Up Restaurant & Bar, and The Thai Society.  They are teaming up with Bo and Dylan, presenting their own top selection of dishes inspired by the chef couple's memories.

From burger to pork neck, from water melon to durian the king of fruit, expect something unique, delicious, and tantalizing your tastebuds!

Chang Sensory Trails aim to be a feast for all the senses not just taste and smell. Event goers will get to groove to funk, soul, indie and electro genre delivered by artists such as O.K Ready, Astronauts and The Good Life Project. They can have their portraits drawn by professional caricature artists, listen to the live music while sipping ice-cold bottles of Chang Beer, a well-balanced and full-bodied lager with a complex aroma and a crisp, smooth and incredibly refreshing taste.

This non-ticketed event also has Herb Hill, an aromatic art installation built on the iconic Thai cooking, for visitors to interact with during these two days festival.

With live music, interactive art, delicious and modern Thai food and refreshing Chang Beer, Chang Sensory Trails is the perfect recipe for a memorably gathering best enjoyed with friends. and family members!

Check out https://www.facebook.com/changbeer for more details!

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