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From now until 31st September 2012, Pullman Bangkok King Power invites you and your family to
celebrate a splendid mid-Autumn festival with the special selection of 4 traditional hand-made
mooncakes by Chinese Chef Lin Yin, including durian with Salted egg yolk, Pandan leaves, Lotus seed with
salted egg york and Assorted nuts or try 8 chocolate mooncakes such as Orange, Green tea, Blueberry,
Nutel’ Choc, Rice Crispy, Raspberry, Passion Fruit-Coconut and Crème brûlée.
At Baht 120 nett per piece / Baht 480 nett per box (4 pieces)
The Moon Festival or the mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important traditional events for Chinese
people, normally held in the middle of the 8th lunar month. This year falls in September according to Thai
calendar. Some people call this festival as “Zhong-Giu” Festival where “Zhong” means middle and “Giu”
means Autumn, thus “Zhong-Giu” means Mid-Autumn. Furthermore, the Moon Festival is a good occasion
for family reunion, to enjoy mooncakes together while watching the full moon rises.