Wonderfruit in the press

13 March 2017 | Wonderfruit

As the dust settles after our adventure in February, we’re taking stock and gearing up for our next offering. Meanwhile, journalists from around the world have been busy reporting on their Wonderfruit experience and as the reviews come out, we’re increasingly delighted and humbled at the response.

We want to say a huge “thank you” to all the publications that have featured us. Take a look for yourself, see what they had to say and relive the experience:

“…judging by the colossal artworks, the ambitious menus, and a commitment to sustainability that goes well beyond lip service, this event genuinely wants to be different.” – Munchies

“From the people who made up the small community to the music to the decadent food to the décor, every aspect embodied this cultural blend to make Wonderfruit a ripe picking for all.” – No Fear of Missing Out

“Sure, there is excellent music…But past the tunes, there are so many activities to be had and zones to explore.” – Everfest

“An overall immersive experience for all ages – yes, Wonderfruit is family-friendly too – there were vibrant activities to be found in every nook and cranny.” – The Honeycombers

“Besides dancing, there were plenty of activities to awaken the body, from having a gong bath to practicing yoga and martial arts.” – Buro 24/7

“Thailand’s Wonderfruit Festival has certainly established itself as one of the most unique and immersive festival experiences anywhere in Asia.” – Bandwagon

“It’s a melting pot of different nationalities, delectable food, awesome music and beautiful Instagram-worthy set pieces.” – Our Awesome Planet

“Wonderfruit Festival concluded its third edition this year and it was as epic as predicted.” – Festival Sherpa

“For the first time in Asia, festival goers could learn about environmental issues and leave a limited carbon footprint while they danced their asses off.” – Pulse Radio

“…a melting pot of multiple cultures from East and West who came together not just to have a good time, but also to make positive change.” – The Music Essentials