Kimpton maa-lai bangkok's enchanted forest presents festive fun


Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok transports guests to an Enchanted Forest playground this festive season. Spirited fun lifts the magical mood every day at CRAFT and in every corner of the hotel. Friends and family can let their imaginations fly as they tuck into treats and ring in the holidays at Ms.Jigger, Bar.Yard, and Stock.Room.

As the December days count down to Christmas and New Year, Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok lets loose our holiday joy in the Enchanted Forest. Thoughtful surprises await in every room. CRAFT creates gifts for sweet and savoury teeth with holiday favourites such as traditional gingerbread, Buche de noel, log cake, as well as more playful takes on the yuletide.


For a touch of this magic at home or away, Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok is offering a limited-edition, vintage-in-style, Retro Hamper of treats from every corner of our world, packed in a vintage case and ready to travel, including:

  • Signature G&T set for a taste of CRAFT
  • Pineapple glassware direct from Bar.Yard
  • Fresh-baked Christmas goodies snuck out of Stock.Room
  • Ms.Jigger’s own eggnog recipe with a DIY cocktail kit
  • Soy wax candle scented with fragrances of our Langsuan greenery garden
  • HARNN juniper set for luxury self-care anywhere

Available for pick-up in person at the hotel, this distinctive collectible is priced at THB 3,530-. Also, every purchase comes with a chance to win a lucky draw, from a fruitful meal to an overnight surprise at Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok.


Fairy tales come alive Ms.Jigger as sets the scene for her Forest of Faces. A charming garden grows from a glowing, hearty tree, welcoming guests with festive cocktails and Italian-styled cicchetti small plates to lift spirits and lighten the mood with sparkle and shine.

Then, for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, Ms.Jigger shares her bounty in a special set menu served as musicians sing holiday cheer.

  • Christmas Eve Dinner, 24 December 2021 (from 5:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.)
  • 5-course set dinner menu with cocktail pairing, at THB 4,100- per person
  • New Year’s Eve Dinner, 31 December 2021 (from 5:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.)
  • 5-course set dinner menu with welcome cocktail, 1 glass of red or white wine pairing, and 1 glass of bubbles at midnight, at THB 4,700- per person



Butterflies take over Stock.Room’s colourful festive season landscape. But do not worry, no butterflies will be harmed this Festive Season. For the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, these glowing, brilliant hosts invite friends and family, young and young-at-heart, to join in the fun.

DJs and live musicians by throughout the party, while face painting, balloon magic, and butterfly booths marvel the kid in everyone. To keep energies high, the freshest farm-to-table eats abound in offerings from organic meats and tapas to comforting favourites prepared to order.

Of course, Santa makes a guest appearance on Christmas to keep the joyful meals entertaining.


  • at THB 2,950- per person for dinner buffet with soft drinks
  • at THB 4,350- per person for dinner buffet with a booze package


  • at THB 2,600- per person for brunch buffet with soft drinks
  • at THB 4,100- per person for brunch buffet with a booze package

NEW YEAR’S EVE DINNER, 31 DECEMBER 2021 (FROM 6:30 P.M. TO 10:30 P.M.)

  • at THB 2,950- per person for dinner buffet with soft drinks
  • at THB 4,350- per person for dinner buffet with a booze package

NEW YEAR’S DAY BRUNCH, 1 JANUARY 2022 (FROM 12:00 P.M. TO 3:00 P.M.)

  • at THB 2,600- per person for brunch buffet with soft drinks
  • at THB 4,100- per person for brunch buffet with a booze package

A special 20% discount is available for group bookings of 10 or more !

Children ages 6 to 12 receive a 50% discount and a special kids’ menu



Bar.Yard assumes its holiday Avatar and invites one and all to the Countdown to Pandora. A luminous forest invites guests to frolic in its branches, sipping holiday cocktails and capturing high-flying memories in interactive photo booths. Live music and neon interactive booth punctuate the heights towards the New Year. Neon face painting, glow sticks, and other playful gifts present the way to guest DJs groove into the holiday countdown.

New Year’s Eve on 31 December 2021

Merrymakers can Countdown to Pandora with the entry fee at THB 500- per person from 9:30 p.m. to party on with:

  • Buy 1 Get 1 Champagne package
  • Holiday cocktail specials from THB 150
  • Table packages for 4 persons (entry fee included), with a choice of

The Avatar at THB 7,000- (indoor seats)

1 bottle of house pour spirits*, mixers, and snacks

The Na’vi at THB 12,000- (outdoor seats)

1 bottle of Sparkling Wine, 1 bottle of house pour spirits, mixers, and snacks

The Ey’wa at THB 17,500- (guaranteed outdoor seats with a view)

1 bottle of Champagne, 1 bottle of premium spirits*, mixers, and snacks

*Your choice of spirits is Gin, Rum, Vodka, Whiskey or Tequila


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