Where to Celebrate Thanksgiving in Bangkok

Thanksgiving Day is just a little over a week away! Find out where to enjoy a real Turkey Day feast in the Big Mango.

Where to Celebrate Thanksgiving in Bangkok

Living in Bangkok is great! But we expats know that the holiday season is when a little homesickness starts to hit. Just because you live thousands of miles away from the States doesn't mean that you have to miss your traditional Thanksgiving feast, though! These top 3 Thanksgiving dinners in Bangkok are sure to satisfy your cravings and be the start to a new Thanksgiving tradition in the City of Angels.

1. Bourbon Street Thanksgiving Buffet - Cajun twist on a classic

Bourbon Street offers a Cajun twist on the traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

Bourbon Street's Thanksgiving Buffet is a Bangkok expat staple; THE place to go on Thanksgiving Day! The Cajun-style feast includes blackened turkey and tons of delicious oysters and fresh seafood.

Price: Adults: 999 ++ Baht, Children: 500 ++ Baht

Location: BTS Ekkamai Station

Visit their website for more information.

2. Orchid Cafe Thanksgiving Buffet - upscale and traditional

The Orchid Cafe at the Sharaton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel is your very traditional Thanksgiving feast! Orchid Cafe's Thanksgiving dinner is one of the more elegant and upscale options, but Thanksgiving Day only comes once a year.

Price: Adults: 1,950++ Baht, Children: 1,200++ Baht.

The price includes all the fixings of a traditional home-cooked Thanksgiving meal.

Location: MRT Sukumvit/BTS Asoke

Visit their website for more information.

3. Villa Supermarket Thanksgiving Dinner by Delivery - enjoy from home

Of course, you may want to celebrate Thanksgiving from the comfort of your own home. If your apartment lacks a full-sized kitchen, you can even order a fully-cooked turkey from Villa Market, Bangkok's premier international supermarket (490/kg and side dishes starting at 60 baht each).

Visit their website for more information.

We want to hear your suggestions too! Let us know about your favorite Thanksgiving feast in Bangkok.