The family-friendly environment is the perfect place for both children and adults to join in the water fight, jump in the pool, or sit back and watch the madness, a worthy alternative to the typical wet and wild local songkran.
Most of Phuket’s water playing is focused around Patong and Phuket Town, where tourists, expats and Thais all pour out onto the street – on foot and dangerously packed into trucks and tuk tuks – to squirt at one another with water pistols, toss buckets of ice-cold water at unsuspecting pedestrians, and generally make a mess of themselves and each other.
The Songkran Bonanza at Bliss is designed to provide a venue for families to celebrate during the day. A much safer option than running around on the streets – the expansive beach front and grass area are both perfect for water fights.
The day of fun begins at 12pm on April 13. At B600 for adults and B300 for children, the entry fee entitles you to utilise any games or equipment and a buffet that will last until the sun sets.
In the evening, resident DJs will play sultry and sexy house music long into the night, with give-aways, drink specials, jumping castles and more.
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Class Act Media is a proud sponsor of this event.