Chang, Thailand’s most iconic beer invites you to create delicious memories with a gastronomic journey of discovery into the heart of Thai cuisine. The Thai beer explores the many facets of this famed South-east Asian cuisine, from the well-loved Singaporean dishes and the undiscovered delicacies and cooking styles that hail from the streets of Bangkok or the lesser-known regions on the Thai culinary map. The journey begins with Chang’s collaboration with some of the finest chefs from Thailand and Singapore to redefine Thai cuisine, shining a spotlight on all-new gastronomic experiences waiting to be discovered.
Since its debut in Singapore in 2016, Chang Sensory Trails has travelled to London and San Francisco with Chefs Bo and Dylan, inviting audiences to discover the diverse facets of Thai cuisine. Chang Sensory Trails returns to Singapore in July 2017.
Chang Chef Ambassadors
Chang is collaborating with chef couple ‘Bo’ Songvisava and Dylan Jones, whose restaurant in Bangkok, Bo.lan, is ranked among Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants. As Chang’s Chef Ambassadors for 2017, Bo and Dylan are helming the second edition of the Chang Sensory Trails, Chang’s annual global gastronomy platform that celebrates the vibrancy and authenticity of Thai flavours and lifestyle. At Chang Sensory Trails, there is a story behind every bite. Curated by Chef Bo and Chef Dylan, this global gastronomy platform sees the duo sharing a unique culinary journey inspired by their fondest memories.
Awarded Asia’s Best Female Chef 2013, Chef Bo is a hugely influential figure in Thai cuisine. Driven by the belief that the best Thai restaurants should be found in Thailand, Chef Bo co- founded the restaurant Bo.lan in Bangkok with her husband Chef Dylan. The couple met while working at David Thompson’s Nahm in London, the first Thai fine dining restaurant to ever receive a Michelin Star. Bo.lan recently placed 19th at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017.
Chang Sensory Trails 2017 in Singapore
In Singapore, some of the island’s finest Thai restaurants are teaming up with this dynamic chef couple for Chang Sensory Trails 2017. 12 restaurants offer up their own tantalising selection of dishes, as inspired by Bo and Dylan’s memories. With no shortage of fresh and bold flavours, this stellar line-up includes Aroy Dee, Folks Collective, Gin Khao, Long Chim, Long Tail, Nara Thai Cuisine, Patara Fine Thai Cuisine, Sa-Yum Dining Room, Talay Thai, Tamarind Hill, Thai’d Me Up Restaurant & Bar, and The Thai Society.
Chang Sensory Trails in Singapore takes place at the Promontory at Marina Bay on 7 and 8 July 2017. This free to enter, the un-ticketed event promises a multi-sensorial discovery of food, music and art, bringing a slice of Thailand’s urban lifestyle scene to Singapore. With live music, interactive street art, delicious food and ice-cold beer, Chang Sensory Trails is the perfect recipe for creating new memories with friends.
Redefining the Thai Dining Experience
Beyond the Chang Sensory Trails, Chang’s journey to redefine the Thai culinary experience takes us to Golden Mile Complex, Singapore’s Little Thailand, where it collaborates with Thai- owned restaurant Nong Khai. Together with Chang, Nong Khai had recently undergone a facelift to unveil a contemporary new look, complete with a bar counter and an edgy street art mural. While still serving its signature Northeastern Thai cuisine, the revamped interior sets the restaurant apart, offering diners an upbeat, modern Thai dining experience without compromising on its authentic Thai flavours.
Join Chang in rediscovering Thai cuisine this year. Experience Chang Sensory Trails from 4pm till 10.30pm on 7 and 8 July at the Promontory at Marina Bay. To find out more about Chang Beer’s journey of discovery into Thai cuisine, follow them on Facebook, Instagram and hashtag your posts with #ChangSensoryTrails and #ChangBeer while you are there!