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Live. Love. Wonder.


Over the past five years, we’ve built a celebration of sustainability on six pillars: Art & Architecture, Farm to Feasts, Music, Family, Talks & Workshops and Wellness. This year, we continue to curate experiences that bring our global community together.

2019 Highlights
A celebration of the creative energy radiating out of the Southeast Asian diaspora, and hopefully, a glimpse into a new way of living.
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8 December 2019
Who’s Mixing Drinks at Wonderfruit?
When the thirst hits, you’re never far from relief in The Fields. Between bars, food vendors, and good old H2O at the water refill stations, you can keep cool at all hours. This year, we’re putting a little more emphasis on the first feature of that list—here are some of the friends and family bringing their flavor to our bars for 2019.     Philtration and AHA Saloon Saloon (TW) at Living Village with Stoli   A soon-to-be-opened modern apothecary in the heart of Bangkok makes its first appearance outside of the alleys of Siam at Living Village, our newest space at Wonderfruit. Parked in the perfect position near Creature Stage, the welcoming bar will host guest bartenders Jason Lu and Victor Yang from Taipei’s AHA Saloon, #24 on Asia’s 50 Best Bars for 2019. Living Village will be buzzing with more of what it was designed for—taste, sound, and the senses—when this international team links up at the bar with Stoli in the speed rack.   Opening hours at Living Village: Friday – Saturday 5:00pm – 1:00am Sunday 5:00pm – 11:00pm     The Bamboo Bar and Friends at Omelette with Hendrick’s   The #1 bar in Thailand and #8 on the Asia’s 50 Best Bars list in 2019, The Bamboo Bar at Mandarin Oriental is a jazz and cocktail institution like no other. Bar Manager Jamie Rhind has helmed the iconic station since 2016, and is a big part of its current success. He’s bringing some of his friends from around Asia to serve the classics and the more creatives at Omelette, with Hendrick’s at the top of the menu.   Opening hours at Omelette: Thursday 3:00pm – 5:00am Friday – Sunday 1:00pm – 5:00am       Philtration and Pussyfoot Saloon (KR) at SOT with Monkey Shoulder   The same Philtration you may recognize from Living Village makes a surprise second appearance at SOT. Philtration’s chief of all things drinkable Shavinraj  “Fairy Godfather” Gopinath will be behind the bar making a scene with guest bartenders Dominykas and Gavin from Seoul’s up-and-coming Pussyfoot Saloon. Get ready for drinks to match the big beats of everyone’s favorite urban playground, SOT—all served up with a little Monkey Shoulder magic.   Opening hours at SOT: Thursday – Sunday 2:00pm – 5:00am       Bootleggers x Proof and Company at Neramit   Find all things independent, high-shelf, and small-batch when Bootleggers Trading Company partners with two of Asia-Pacific’s biggest names at Neramit, the bamboo home base for The Fields. Bobby Carey, winner of multiple national Bar of the Year & Bar Team of the Year awards in Australia, steps up with Tom Hogan of Singapore’s Anti:Dote to serve a menu as daring as it is delightful.   Neramit Brunch Club    The brewsmiths from Hillpop Sparkling Coffee and the brunch geniuses from Casa Lapin come together in our bamboo home base to serve survival breakfasts and drinks of both the caffeinated and cocktail variety.    Opening hours at Neramit: Friday – Sunday 8:00am – 5:00pm   Moonlight Lounge with SangSom   Thailand’s go-to rum for all-hours tippling is celebrating the energy of the evening with Moonlight Lounge, a relaxed venue for moon gazing and spirit raising. Take a piece of the experience home with you, by ordering a limited edition Wonderfruit x Moonlight Lounge bucket of drinks, and keep the bucket. You can even use it to get a discount on your next SangSom bucket refill.    Opening hours at Moonlight Lounge Friday – Sunday 2:00pm – 2:00am   Fentiman’s and Perrier, just about everywhere   Fentiman’s craft sodas and Perrier mineral water will be close at hand behind the bar, to top off your mixed drinks and creative concoctions with a more refined flavor. Fentiman’s and Perrier work closely with the bar scenes in Thailand and further afield to create new and exciting combinations with their premium mixers. You’ll find both at Wonderfruit’s bars.
6 December 2019
Roam the Fields in Thai Style with #AmazingThailand
What makes Thailand so #Amazing?   The food. The culture. The people. The indescribable Thai-ness of it all...?   #AmazingThailand has a few ideas, and they've put them all together in one place: a CNG-converted bus transformed into a mobile Thai House at Wonderfruit. It's called Baan Sabai – the chill house.   Follow Baan Sabai as it moves between Wonderfruit's most popular spaces, or climb aboard for parked performances by local acts.   Baan Sabai can be found either on the map, or by following the only Thai-style house that will be moving in The Fields.         Location: Solar Stage Friday - Monday 06:00 - 07:00 (morning) Thursday - Saturday 18:00 - 00:00 (evening) Sunday 18:00 - 21:00 (evening) Molam Bus Sunday 22:00 - 00:00 (evening) Polygon Thursday - Sunday 01:00 - 05:30 (night) Shows: Friday 22:00 - YENSUK 23:00 - DJ Farfang Saturday 22:30 - MAURI 23:30 - DJ Farfang Sunday 22:30 - Abandoned House 23:30 - DJ Farfang   Baan Sabai will park up where it’s needed, play local tunes, and encourage anyone coming from out of town or overseas to look below the surface to see the responsible, sustainable actions beneath.
5 December 2019
Explore The Map and Get to Know Our Place: The Fields
Wonderfruit is so, so close that we can already feel that familiar tingle of excitement that comes before four days and nights on wonder.   Are you ready, Wonderers? Click on the map below and discover what you'll find when you get to The Fields:   .magnify>.magnify-lens { width: 200px; height: 200px;}     If you still don't have your ticket, make sure to book before 11 Dec or pay more at the door.
3 December 2019
(Almost) Everything You Need to Know About Wonderfruit 2019
  Well, Wonderers. It’s that time again. The time to prepare for our next meeting in The Fields, when you come together from every corner to celebrate four days and nights of art, music, food and ideas with us. You can call it the most wonderful time of the year.   Before you get here, there are a few things that every Wonderer should have in mind to make sure life at Wonderfruit is as simple as it is inspiring. We’ve compiled ten topics that you absolutely could not live without, or would be glad to know, ahead of our journey together.   Number one: Bring Your Own Cup If you don’t know, now you know. This year, we have removed all single-use cups. That means that if you want water, coffee, a cold beverage, or even some life-restoring soup, you need to have your own refill cup. It’s our next step to reducing waste at Wonderfruit. A refill cup for Wonderfruit is any cup that doesn’t flex, isn’t made from glass or ceramic, and can carry at least 16-oz (437mL). Find out all the reasons here.   Number two: Getting Here, and Getting Around From Bangkok to Pattaya: Take the bus from Bangkok by catching any of the regular services from the Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekkamai), Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit) or Southern Bus Terminal (known as Sai Tai Mai). The journey costs around 100 baht one-way.  From Bangkok to Wonderfruit: Take a Grab rideshare (it’s like Uber or Lyft, but in Southeast Asia). Apply the code GOWONDER in the Grab app, and save 100 THB by booking JustGrab or GrabCar.  Between Wonderfruit and Pattaya: Take a shuttle between the Wonderfruit Main Entrance and Dusit Thani Pattaya, near the Dolphin roundabout in the city. Book a one-way ticket for 300 THB at the Grab Lounge. See timetables and detail here. If you’re staying at Siam@Siam, Horseshoe Point, Eastiny resort, or Centre Point Hotel Pattaya, you can take their shuttles straight from your hotel—just check the timetable with the hotel. Or take a Grab back to your hotel each time your party ends. Just please, don’t drive if you’ve had too much to drink.   Number three: Keep it Cashless When you get to the gates, we will swap your valid ticket for a wristband. Your wristband is your wallet, proof of ticket, and the only way to get in the gates all weekend long. You can top up your RFID wristband with credit at our 13 Top-Up stations throughout The Fields, and pay for anything at Wonderfruit with your wristband credit. We recommend topping up once when you get in, so you never have to think about it again. Just make sure you keep a copy of your ID with you at all times (either Thai National ID or international passport)—you’ll be asked for it every time you come through the gate. Photos of your passport on your phone are fine, just  remember to keep that phone charged.    Number four: Pre-registration This is how we know who’s coming to play. Right before Wonderfruit opens, we’ll send out an email to ticketholders to let you know how to pre-register. Pre-registering just means making sure your name matches the name on your ticket. So if a friend booked the tickets under their name, you can make sure your ticket is under your name. It’ll save you a ton of time at the gates.   Number five: Make a Plan (With the App) Download the Wonderfruit App and get live updates, an interactive map, the full lineup, and customizable schedules for every hour of the weekend. Build your own schedule and never miss a moment. You can even book workshops, wellness activities, and classes from the app as well. It’s the only way to experience the full depth of Wonderfruit, from the comfort of your phone.   Number six: What to Bring Pattaya, Thailand is hot. Even though this is our winter, and temperatures can dip below 20 in the late night hours, it gets hot and it stays there all day long. We do all our wondering outdoors in a place we call The Fields, so plan to be outside a lot. There are also some things you will need to carry to make the most of your time here: A copy of your ID. You’ll need it each time you come through the gates.  A refill cup. Bring your own of buy one from us.  Sunscreen. SPF is your friend. Sturdy shoes. Your feet deserve some love. A portable phone charger. Don’t get caught out when you need it most. An extra layer. For when the sun goes away.  A raincoat. Jury’s out on how effective this one is, but your Mom would probably recommend it. A small flashlight or headlamp. Especially handy for on-site campers, and for when your phone takes an extended nap. Wet wipes. They call it the ‘festival shower’ for a reason. Tissues. For spillage emergencies and after-meal clean ups. Mosquito spray. It’s their place, too. Fabulous fancy-dress. The wilder the better. Just remember, no culturally insensitive accessories or costumes. That’s never cool.   Number seven: Take Your Time The Fields is a big place, and there’s something happening in every corner at every hour. It’s tempting to try to do it all, and we would totally do the same if we could. But you don’t have to tip yourself over while making the most of it. Wonderfruit continues non-stop for 99 hours; you won’t make it if you don’t pace yourself. Take a nap under a tree, spend a minute with some local street food, or chat with a fellow Wonderer. No matter how you fill your time, we can pretty much promise that if it happens here, it will fill you with wonder. Give yourself breaks—and remember to hydrate.   Number eight: #ThisIsNotTrash Sustainability is the heart and soul of this movement, and we put everything into our bold environmental goals for every edition of Wonderfruit. This year—on top of being carbon neutral, sourcing all our water from our own lake, building with sustainable and repurposed materials, banning plastics, and eliminating all single-use cups—we also want to send no waste to landfill. You’ll notice a few more bins than usual in The Fields this year, but we’re making the zero-landfill goal easy for everyone. Separate your waste into the right bins, and nothing will be trashed. We have found organizations to recycle, compost, treat, and repurpose it all, so every bit of waste will have a second life after you throw it away.    Number nine: Try Something New Take in a Scratch Talk inside Eco Pavilion and learn something you never knew at the encouragement of an inspiring speaker. Let the energies rush through you at a gong bath. Dance without hesitation under the dome of Polygon Live. Dine on daring flavors at Theatre of Feasts. Admire interactive art works and unexpected performances. There is so much more to Wonderfruit that you ever imagined—just leave yourself open to the possibility, and you will not be disappointed.   Number ten: Become a Wonderer It doesn’t take much to become part of this tribe, and we highly recommend joining the crowd (although we are a little biased). We’ve come up with Our Actions, a set of ideas and attitudes for Wonderers—get to know them, and bring these ideas with you to The Fields.   People, get ready. It’s almost time to Live. Love. Wonder. Of course, none of this applies if you don’t have a ticket. Get Full, Weekend, or Sunday passes now.
3 December 2019
Discover Our Full Music Lineup
It’s the sixth wonderfruit, and we are so pleased to welcome a diverse lineup of live artists, producers, bands, and DJs. Wonderfruit has always been about more than the music—but we take our music curation as seriously as everything we do. Instead of “headliners” and supporting acts, every performance plays its part in the individual experiences we share with you, our Wonderers. We want every moment at Wonderfruit to be an expression of the mood, space, and atmosphere of The Fields. We want every sound to excite, explore, and embrace. And we hope you’ll love it.    To help you prepare for your sonic journey this year, we’ve prepared this handy selection of just some of the many musical moments at Wonderfruit.    Sunrise and sunset is celebrated at Solar Stage, with sets signalling each change of day. Massive Attack’s Daddy G, Floating Points, Acid Pauli, Arp Frique & Family, Gidge, Tiny Giant, Four Tet, Nick Luscombe, Camion Bazar b2b La Mamie's, and Antal all take up a slot defined by the position of the sun.   The Quarry welcomes the return of Craig Richards’ Collisions, a curated selection of daring DJs and challenging producers all hidden from view. Willow, Bobby. Felix Dickinson, Binh , DOTT, Nick The Record, Sonja Moonear and Powder will each share their sounds. This year, every set at The Quarry will be performed by a hidden artist—we aren’t going to announce who’s playing, you’ll just have to enjoy the moment.   The natural amphitheatre of Theatre Stage will come to life with the experimental sounds of Electric Vocuhila, Mattnimare, BOYJOZZ, Alfa Mist, and Islandman. Musicity launches completely original compositions live onstage—pieces inspired by the celebrated locations and iconic structures of Bangkok. Rival Consoles is joined by Erased Tapes labelmates Daniel Brandt & Eternal Something, Douglas Dare, Midori Hirano, and Hatis Noit, backed up by local talent Nannue Tipitier.   The deep, dark decadence of Forbidden Fruit overflows with takeovers. Ed Banger Records is bringing Busy P, Myd, Breakbot & Irfane, Broadback, and Yasmin. The queer party starters of Go Grrls fill their ‘God Save the Queer’ takeover with Wanton Witch, Mae Happyair, and Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy. Japan’s Rainbow Disco Club represents the famed festival with sets by Raphaël Top-Secret and John Gómez.   The newest space for sound, tucked in the ear of Living Village, is Creature Stage. This stage is built using recycled plastic bottles, and hosts The Turbans, Sarathy Korwar, Beardyman, GoGo Penguin, Brushy One String, Kelsey Lu, Supergoods, and Naoki Serizawa.   Ziggurat stands proudly overlooking Creature Stage, as a Thai beer garden on another level. Naj Frusciante, Midori Aoyama, and Sabai Sabai Soundsystem feature among a lineup of local and regional independent Asian selectors and DJs.   Polygon Live is returning to The Fields with its 360º sensory experience, ready to immerse all worthy visitors in light, touch, and projection arts by international VFX artists. Dark-hour dances will be delivered by Alejandro Castelli, Dandara, Kusht (Live), Alban Endlos (Live). Luis Rosenberg, Reple, Martha van Straaten, Xique-Xique (Live), Miret, Timboletti (Live), Spaniol, Matanza (Live), Viken Arman (Live), Be Svendsen (Live), KMLN, Parallells, and Sainte Vie (Live).   And then, there’s Neramit, our bamboo home base in the heart of The Fields. This Thai pavilion for all things that excite and delight will be home to takeovers from Thailand’s ZudRangMa records and their friends Maft Sai, Rattanakosin Breakin Crew, Electric Piphat Band, and Funk Bast*rd. Daniel Merlot brings a sense of dark twisted ritual to the same venue with House of The Unholy+Holy, backed up by DJs Eddie C, DJ Garth, and Chromeo (DJ Set).   Oh, and there’s even more:     Follow our Spotify account for a selection of music from our all our talent to date, hear live sets on our SoundCloud, and listen to podcasts from our collaborators, founders and friends of Wonderfruit.
3 December 2019
Prepare To Be Surprised With Kimpton Moments
Boutique Camping holds a very special place in our hearts, and boasts the very best location in The Fields. Get together under the stars with the luxuries of home and join a community of like-minded campers willing to opt for Bell Tents over hotel rooms for the ultimate accommodation experience at Wonderfruit.   If a luxurious form of camping isn’t enough of a treat for curious Wonderers, Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok’s famed Kimpton Moments are sure to sweeten the deal.   Wake up to the Morning Kick-Start at Bar.yard, a dedicated social tent by the culinary crew of Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok, serving up complimentary refreshment and revitalization from 9am–10am. Keep your eyes peeled for roaming entertainment, pop-up surprises, and delightful characters in unexpected situations with a complimentary coffee and light breakfast in hand. Swing back as the sun dips for the Evening Social Hour, from 4:30pm-5:30pm onwards each day—with complimentary libations and a bold selection of films and musical performances to pass the early evening hours.   From sunrise at the start of your day to the sunset that concludes it, surprise and delight punctuates every minute of Kimpton Moments at Boutique Camping. And they all come with treats—from the utterly superfluous to the downright essential.   We can’t tell you much more than that, or we would be spoiling the surprise. But you can trust us when we say: it’s going to be a memorable four nights together with that social vibe and personalized, luxury touches.   None of this would be coming to you if it weren’t for Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok, the debut opening for Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants in South East Asia. Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok is opening in Bangkok in 2020, but you can get a taste of the fun, flavor, and indulgence of this unique luxury hospitality offering at Boutique Camping at Wonderfruit.   Grab our last remaining Boutique RVs right now, and get in on this unexpected action.
1 December 2019
Faceless Tunes Through Day and Night at The Quarry
Craig Richards, iconic DJ and beat-chaser-in-chief at fabric nightclub in London, is bringing his perfectly-formed curation back to The Quarry this December, with a couple of unheard-of twists.   Collisions, the limitless club night and curation process pioneered by Richards, is a chance for the best to combine their sounds and styles for an evening of musical wonderments and groove-setting selections. The focus is always on the music, the speakers are tuned to perfection, and the vibe is anything but still.   We're working hard to make sure that Collisions at The Quarry meets the standard of the series, but we've added a little Wonderfruit flavor. This time, there won't be a DJ.   We should clarify. There will be an incredible lineup of DJs from across the world and musical spectrum, and each will play a set to get senses tingling and set bodies ablaze. But, for the first time, you won't be able to see the DJ. Not only that, but you won't have any indication of who is playing at any point in the night. Each Collisions artist will do their thing from behind a screen, so you'll hear every giddying moments, without seeing the look on the DJs face as their selections whip you into a dance frenzy.   But... why?   Collisions is a tailored experience that wouldn't exist if it weren't for the talent of the DJs, producers, and selectors who appear in each edition. But no matter who is behind the decks, the experience is 100% music-driven. It's the sound, and the way it makes you feel, that matters most.   We want to give every Wonderer who ventures to The Quarry each night the chance to arrive in the moment, trust the lineup, and feel no pressure to attend any specific minute of the evening. Come as you are, enjoy what you hear, and roll on to the morning with something delightful in your ears.   We will give you the daily roster, just in case you do need to plan ahead: On Friday, Binh, Bobby., and Willow will share sets; on Saturday Craig Richards, DOTT, and Sonja Moonear will be behind the screen; on Sunday Nick the Record, Felix Dickinson, and Powder will give you grooves. Not necessarily in that order...
28 November 2019
Moongazing at Moonlight Lounge with SangSom
Wonderfruit is ruled by the sun. Sunrise and sunset are celebrated in steamy gatherings and blistering sets at Solar Stage, mornings are for wellness activities and the coming together of families, and afternoons are a chance to pause and recharge.   When the sun goes down, the tone shifts and the night owls find their home on dance floors and dining halls throughout The Fields. After dark, it’s the moon’s turn to call the shots.   Settle in under the welcoming canopy of Moonlight Lounge, lay back, and stare at the moon through the evening hours with a Thai-style rum. SangSom is as recognizably Thai as any plate of Pad Thai or finely-woven silks.    SangSom’s Moonlight Lounge menu includes that most Thai of imbibable inventions: the bucket. Get your own limited edition Moonlight Lounge bucket and save on refills throughout the weekend.   Try rum the local way and get closer to the orb that owns the night.
28 November 2019
5 Ways Thailand’s Tourism Industry is Making a Difference
Thailand’s tourism sector keeps growing. More than 30 million visitors are expected to arrive in 2019 alone. We know why Thailand attracts people in such record-breaking numbers, and the experiences that the nation offers to all who land on her shores. As the visitor numbers swell, smart and conscientious actions need to be adopted and enforced to make sure that every tourist, whether they travel from the other side of the world or just up the road, leaves no lasting or damaging mark on the social or natural environments of Thailand.   As it turns out, the industry is in agreement. Under the guidance of the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and its many #AmazingThailand initiatives, tens of millions of visitors are taking a more responsible approach to their journeys.   Here are just five of the many ways Thailand is cleaning up its act, and its natural environment:   NO SINGLE-USE PLASTICS  In 2018, the Thai Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) announced a ban on all single-use plastics throughout all 154 national parks in Thailand.    Instead of plastics, visitors are being encouraged to opt for biodegradable or reusable packaging and materials. So your trail snacks don’t have to hurt the trail. They’re pulling no punches in their messaging, either—at the beach at Ko Mae Ko in Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park, visitors find a sign looking out over the beautiful scene below asking ‘How long until it’s gone?’ accompanied by images of paper cups, cigarette butts and aluminium cans and how long it takes for each to biodegrade. It’s an eye-opener, and it’s working. DNP estimates that in the first year of the ban, 3 million fewer plastic items were disposed of or littered in the parks.   REDUCING OCEAN WASTE After the land, the ocean needs our attention. Thailand is stepping up and acknowledging its role in the choking of our waterways and oceans at the hands of plastic waste. To address the issue at a global scale, we have to do something locally.    ‘Upcycling the Oceans, Thailand’ is an industry-led initiative launched in 2017 which sees PTT Global Chemical (PTTGC) and the Ecoalf Foundation band together to make Thailand the first Asian country to join the global fight against ocean waste. The goal is to help rid the seas, islands and coastal areas of trash, and recycle or recover as much as possible.   IVORY-FREE THAILAND World Wildlife Foundation, collaborating with the TAT, DNP, Nokscoot Airlines and Bangkok Art and Culture Centre launched the ‘Travel Ivory Free’ campaign to stamp out the illicit trade of ivory and ivory products. The trade, though illegal in Thailand, continues—with Bangkok being seen as a trading hub for ivory flowing from Africa into Asia. The campaign is all about highlighting how no trip to Thailand needs to include ivory, and early signs from customs seizures show that it’s working. Elephants are an ancient symbol of Thailand, even appearing on old versions of the national flag. The slaughter or harm of these symbols, whether here in Asia or in Africa, doesn’t fit with the identity of the country.   KEEPING LOCAL SPACES LOCAL The natural environment is only one area which is feeling the effects of swelling visitors numbers. Social ecosystems are struggling under the weight of tourism, with many neighborhoods and villages sitting under the threat of disruption or destruction.    TAT works with small local areas in the cities and countryside to promote responsible tourism efforts and sustainable business models. Local communities are empowered to present their authentic selves while providing engaging and captivating tourism activities in their own area, keeping the tourism spend local and trading on the uniqueness of each village.     NO SMOKING ON THE BEACH Since the beginning of 2018, smoking has been banned at 24 of Thailand’s most popular beaches. Across Phuket, Phang-nga, Krabi, Trang, Samui, Hua Hin, Cha-am, Chon Buri, Rayong, and Trat, the smoking ban has been enforced. An estimated two-thirds of all cigarette butts are disposed of incorrectly or improperly, and the butts themselves can be devastating in the waterways. The filters are made of plastic, they leech toxic chemicals and heavy metals, and they take decades to biodegrade. The beaches are really beautiful—but only for as long as we keep them that way.   These are just some of the ways that Thailand is protecting its future while welcoming visitors in the present. But there are so many more. At Wonderfruit, TAT is kitting out The Fields with their latest creation to showcase Thainess to Wonderers: Baan Sabai. The mobile Thai house, built onto a bus converted to CNG, is a roaming reflection of the Thai culture and ingenuity that keeps millions coming to the country in search of an unmatched experience. Baan Sabai will park up where it’s needed, play local tunes, and encourage anyone coming from out of town or overseas to look below the surface to see the responsible, sustainable actions beneath.
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