Thai Food Festival Returns – Chang Sensory Trails 2018

Long Chim Spicy Pork with Rice Cake

The third edition of Chang Sensory Trails  – a Thai Food Festival featuring signature dishes from eight Singapore-based Thai restaurants – will run from 31 August to 1 September 2018 at The Lawn at Marina Bay. The participating Thai eateries are Aroy Dee, Baan Ying, Bangkok Jam, Gin Khao, Little Elephant, Long Chim, Tamarind Hill and Un-Yang-Kor-Dai.

Chang Sensory Trail - Thai Food Festival

Multi-sensorial Event

Chang Sensory Trails is a festive event organised by Thailand’s leading beer brand, Chang, where you can savour Thai cuisine, groove to an eclectic mix of live tunes and take in the illustrations of Singaporean illustrator GalactikCaptain.

O.K READY!, a four-piece band that is entertaining, versatile and massive sounding, will put you in the mood on 31 August. 53A, a talented and versatile Singapore band known for doing covers and the NDP 2016 theme song, will be performing on 1 September.

Chang Sensory Trails Singapore

Thai Food Festival

Chang Sensory Trails is a food festival where you can indulge your taste buds as a diverse selection of Singapore’s Thai restaurants come together to serve up their signature dishes and other thoughtfully curated dishes.

What’s on the menu? Here is a brief look at the Thai restaurants at Chang Sensory Trails 2018 and some of the food they are serving.

Aroy Dee

Aroy Dee

Thai Style Prime Ribs with Aroydee Signature Sauce ($8) –  Selected prime ribs infused with fragrant Thai herbs, deep-fried till meltingly tender.

Thai Style Soft-Shell Crab with Chilli Garlic ($12)

Green Mango Salad ($5)

Baan Ying

Baan Ying

Dry Tom Yum Goong Noodles With Lava Egg ($15) – Inspired from the streets of Bangkok, noodles tossed in Baan Ying special Tom Yum Sauce accompanied with Giant River Prawns served with an onsen egg.

Som Tum & Hat Yai Fried Chicken Served With Sticky Rice ($15)

Fried Shrimp and Pork Paste Toast ($10)

Bangkok Jam

Bangkok Jam

Grilled Australian Steak ($15) – Served with zesty papaya salad, warm pandan sticky rice and Bangkok Jam’s house-made piquant Jaew Sauce, this grilled delight boast a medley of Thai flavours.

Thai Style Fish & Chips ($12)

Green with Envy Snow Ice ($9)

Little Elephant

Little Elephant

Nam Tok Kor Moo Yang (Grilled Pork Neck Salad) ($10) – This grilled pork neck gets its balanced flavour from a tangy homemade dressing made with ground dried chilies, lime juice, mint leaves, fish sauce, and fresh spring onions.

Kor Moo Yang (Grill Pork Neck) ($10)

Stir Fry Sliced Beef w Holy Basil ($10)

Gin Khao

Gin Khao Watermelon Fried Rice

Watermelon Fried Rice ($13) – Fragrant fried rice topped with salted egg fish skin, floss, nuts and watermelon cubes. Served in a watermelon husk.

Tom Yum Spam Fries ($9)

Salted Egg Fish Skin ($10)

Long Chim

Long Chim Spicy Pork with Rice Cake

Spicy Pork with Rice Cake ($12) – Plenty of spice but oh so nice.

Grilled Pork Skewers ($12)

Deep-Fried Chicken Wings ($12)

Tamarind Hill

Tamarind Deep-fried Prawns with Crispy Noodles

Deep-fried Prawns with Crispy Noodles ($8) – Deep-fried vermicelli tossed in housemade sweet tamarind sauce and topped with deep-fried tiger prawns.

Mango Sticky Rice ($8)

Taro Fritters ($6)

Unyang Kordai

Unyang Kordai Grilled Half Chicken

Grilled Half Chicken ($15) – A classic recipe from Khao Yai, Thailand – the fresh spring chicken is superbly flavourful as the meat is well-marinated with a mix of white peppercorn and fresh coriander!

Unyang KordaiGrilled Half Chicken ($15)

Thai Milk Tea Pudding ($10)

Chang Sensosry Trials


Venue: The Lawn at Marina Bay, 8A Marina Boulevard Singapore 018984

Date: 31 August to 1 September 2018

Time: 4 pm to 10 pm

Nearby MRT Station: Downtown

Chang Sensory Trials Webpage


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