Hotels & Resorts

Pair your Bangkok Staycation with a Glam Burlesque Dinner

We're getting Moulin Rouge vibes.

By Veronica Inveen

Aug 26, 2020

PARK HYATT BANGKOK is channeling Moulin Rouge for its third anniversary with a night of burlesque, fine wine and a sumptuous multi-course meal. On September 11 and 12, the dazzling hotel’s ballroom will turn into the play place of 20 performers who will entertain with theatrical burlesque, acrobatics, and hoop shows. Paired with a five-course meal of premium wines and dishes like Brittany lobster tartar and Baeri caviar, the event is worthy of Jay Gatsby himself. It’s all in collaboration with luxury jewelry brand Lotus Arts de Vivre, which will have a showing of their avant-garde masterpieces at the end of the dinner. 

Park Hyatt Bangkok is offering ticket packages that include a one-night stay starting at Bt15,000. Regular tickets to the dinner start at Bt10,000.

To reserve a spot, call +662 011 7480 or email

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