Lanta October Fun Fair 2016

Lanta October Fun Fair 2016
Lanta October Fun Fair program

Lanta October Fun Fair program

Save the date: this year Lanta October Fun Fair is set on Sunday the 9th October 2016. Every year the Lanta October Fun Fair raises money for an important cause on the island. This year they are using all the proceeds to start the much needed Lanta Community Composting Project.

Lanta October Fun Fair is an annual event open to all communities on Koh Lanta, bringing everyone together to have fun, socialise, chill, support and donate to a worthy cause. This year the fair organisers offer more fun and games for both kids and adults, Bring&Buy sale and local crafts area, Trash to Cash competition, BBQ by Chef Daniel from The Frog, Gelato ice cream by Two Scoops, Swedish baked goods by Anna of the Swedish church, Chicken Biryani by Lanta Language school, Live band and 2 DJs, Cocktail Bar by Banana Beach Resort and last but not least beer. At last year’s event, 1,680 bottles of beer were sold.

Lanta October Fun Fair stalls available

Lanta October Fun Fair stalls available

If you would like to be involved, there is retail space in exchange for a 1000 thb donation. You can use the space to sell your products (anything except food or drinks) and promote your business. Retail space can be shared by more businesses.

Join Lanta October Fun Fair on 9th October 2016 at Banana Beach Bungalows, Klong Dao Beach, Koh Lanta.

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