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The Elegant Northern Thailand Legacy Celebrated at The Dharmawangsa Jakarta


Collaborating with Anantara Chiang Mai Resort Thailand, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta invites culinary and spa enthusiasts to join the Northern Thai Food Festival  this April.

Taking place at Jakarta Restaurant and The Courtyard, Northern Thai Food Festival is the first Thai culinary feast ever held by The Dharmawangsa Jakarta. Guests are also invited to the exclusive Thai Signature Spa Treatments at Bimasena Spa from 20 to 29 April 2018.

As the capital of the north, Chiang Mai offers cosmopolitan attractions that are in contrast with ancient Lanna Kingdom Heritage. The colourful tribes and cultures within the region bring huge influence to the food, which is also known as Lanna food. As much as it is very rich, the neighbouring countries also give contribution to the taste of mild, salty and sour to the dishes. Chef Songpol Ponkaew will present the unique merging between the influences in Northern Thailand from Ciang Mai. He will showcase the buffet creation including yum hua phee or banana blossom salad with poached prawn, hot and sour soup with chicken and banana blossom, and coconut curry noodle soup with chicken.

From 21 to 25 April at 10:30 AM, Chef Songpol will also open a hands-on cooking class for guests coming. Continued by lunch buffet, the class is priced at IDR 695,000++ per person including apron, chef hat, menu booklet and certificate. Available in two dining period, the Northern Thai Food Festival are priced at IDR 395,000++ per person for lunch and IDR 545,000++ per person for dinner.

For spa lovers, don’t miss the 90 minutes of bliss and relaxation presented by Thai Signature Treatments. Featuring Lanna Ritual and Thai Herbal Compress, Bimasena Spa is beyond proud to be the home of these treatments and the therapist from Anantara Resort and Spa Chiang Mai. Both treatments are priced at IDR 900,000++ per person.

Having been a legacy that goes throughout generations in Thailand, Lanna Ritual incorporates holistic traditions and begins with foot, body, up to face treatment. The full body massage also includes Thai, Burmese, and Chinese oil as part of the technique to free energy blockades and enhances wellbeing. Meanwhile another experience to be considered is Thai Herbal Compress or also known as Luk Pra Kob. Traditionally used as Thai Medicine for over 400 years, this treatment combines herbs such as ginger, tamarind, lemongrass and shikakai to soothe muscular aches and swelling. To elevate the sensation, essential oils and aromatherapy are also applied to improve immune system and detoxification.